archaeo-, archeo-, archae-, arche-, archa-, archi-, -arch
(Greek: original [first in time], beginning, first cause, origin, ancient, primitive, from the beginning; most basic)
2. Provided, made, or covered with an arch.
It is based on a combination of speculation and fossil data. Since all winged insects are believed to have evolved from a common ancestor, the archediction represents the "template" that has been modified (and streamlined) by natural selection for 200 million years.
According to current dogma, the archedictyon contained 6-8 longitudinal veins.
2. The hypothesis that life can come into being from nonliving matter.
"Archeogeologies make use of geological maps that indicate prehistoric layers of the earth's crust, faults, historic and recently found mines, hydrology layers, and seismological information all of which provide basic information in this field."
Usually the motives of archeologists are to record and to interpret ancient cultures rather than to collect and to display artifacts for a profit.
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2. Caseated or thickened pus.