archaeologist

Description

Archaeologists research and study past civilisations and settlements through collecting and inspecting material remains. They analyse and draw conclusions on a wide array of matters such as hierarchy systems, linguistics, culture, and politics based on the study of objects, structures, fossils, relics, and artifacts left behind by these peoples. Archaeologists utilise various interdisciplinary methods such as stratigraphy, typology, 3D analysis, mathematics, and modelling.

Alternative label

  • archaeology analyst

  • marine archaeology research analyst

  • marine archaeology science researcher

  • archaeology scholar

  • marine archaeology researcher

  • archaeology research analyst

  • archaeology researcher

  • excavation director

  • epigraphist

  • archaeologist scientist

  • marine archaeologist

  • marine archaeology scholar

  • marine archaeology research scientist

  • marine archaeology analyst

  • archaeology scientist

  • marine archaeology scientist

  • archeologist

  • archaeology science researcher

  • archaeology research scientist

Regulatory aspect

To see if and how this occupation is regulated in EU Member States, EEA countries or Switzerland please consult the Regulated Professions Database of the Commission. Regulated Professions Database: http://ec.europa.eu/growth/single-market/services/free-movement-professionals/qualifications-recognition_en

Hierarchy

Essential skills and competences

Essential Knowledge

Optional skills and competences

Optional Knowledge

Status

released

Concept URI

http://data.europa.eu/esco/occupation/203ea2ee-bbee-4aaf-83d7-2f2225f916e3