One of the most exciting parts of archaeology is the chance to find artifacts that tell you something about the past. But as anyone who has ever learned how to dig a trench can attest, it is far from easy. Just finding a good spot for your first dig can be hard enough, but even then at times you will hit rock-bottom and have no idea where to go next. An archaeological dig reignites are what to do.
Reignites has been working with archaeologists for almost ten years and we know their needs better than anyone. Our line of reignites are designed specifically to help you find where the best digging spots are on your site so that you can get those important artifacts that we all crave. Several of our products come in different flavors, which means that you can use them together and cover even more ground around your dig. We have reignites for metal detecting, dowsing as well as for treasure hunting with a metal detector. All this means that no matter what type of archaeologist you are there is a reignite for you.
1. Constantly move your excavations.
With most reignites you can see how deep your hole has went before removing the reignite, This lets you find the location that is most robust. Moving the area you are working on will allow you to hit new areas at different depths. This can give an extra boost of success to your dig as well as it will help you find new artifacts as well. It also makes it easier for human error to happen as well when it comes to digging at the wrong spot, but with a tiny bit of digging that mistake can easily be fixed and another great artifact found.
2. Reignites are a great tool for the beginner or everyday hobbyist.
With many reignites you do not need prior experience to use them, but you can learn as you go. You will see how far into the ground your reignite is allowing you to determine which direction to dig next. This can be great for those who have never dug on an archaeological dig before, as it allows them to practice in a safe environment. This also helps with new hobbyists as well as it can allow them to get the feel of metal detecting and digging without having to worry about ruining anything on their actual dig site.
3. Reignites work great with other tools.
Reignites work very well with metal detectors and other types of detectors. They help to detect hidden artifacts from below the surface in the most efficient way possible, even when you are using more than one detection device. While many detectors can’t always accurately pinpoint the exact location of artifacts, reignites can usually pinpoint them with a little extra push. This will make it easy for you to find any artifacts that are in your find spot, or if there are none it will allow you to keep working on your dig site.
4. You can get an entire set of tools at once to cover all facets of archaeological digging.
Our reignites come in different sizes as well as flavors. They are designed to work together, which means that you can get everything you need for your dig at once. Not only that, but with our line of products you can even find reignites to help with treasure hunting and other types of detecting. The different reignites give you the coverage that you need to cover all types of situations in the best possible way.
5. Reignites come in a variety of sizes for any type of digging.
Depending on the materials that are underground and where they are located, you might need more than just one reignite. Our products come in different sizes so that they can help you pinpoint exactly where those ancient artifacts are buried, all while allowing you to dig deeper and wider areas as well.
6. They work great with metal detecting.
Metal detecting is such an integral part of archaeology. We know that many archaeologists depend on metal detecting to find their finds, as well as to help them protect their dig site. There are a lot of different types of metal detectors and they each have their own pros and cons, but they all share one thing in common which can allow them to be used in more ways than you might expect.
That is the ability to detect things way below the surface of the earth. Even though there are some drawbacks when it comes to metal detecting, like the fact that there is not much depth range for finding relics, it does have many benefits for archaeological digs as well.