A forensic archaeologist is also known as forensic anthropologists; it helps to identify human remains, usually in medical or legal situations. In a few cases, forensic anthropologists employ archaeological methods to assist in the excavation of human remains.

Forensic archaeologists may be called upon by law enforcement agencies to search for, document, recover, and interpret modern human remains and associated evidence that has been scattered or buried is the application of archaeology to legal investigations.


  • Techniques of archaeological research
  • Mortuary archaeology
  • Maritime Archaeology
  • Feminist Archaeology
  • Archaeoastronomy
  • Pseudo archaeology

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