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Hi! My name is Digby and I am a Sand Rat. Actually, my full name is Digbert Graham Clark, but you can call me Digby. I live in Northern Africa, and I actually like the desert! God designed me able to adapt and survive in very hot weather with a lack of water. I’m sure glad He did, because the world is not perfect any more after Adam and Eve disobeyed God in the Garden of Eden.
I am an archaeologist. That is someone who discovers, collects, and analyzes things from previous cultures and civilizations. We like to carefully dig up the remains of lost cities and towns, and then examine the things that we find, like pottery, toys, games, and even jewelry.
I love archaeology! I use it to help decode the mystery of life. My archaeology kit has a small broom, a large brush like a paintbrush (but I don’t paint with it), a small shovel, a tape measure, and lots of different picks like a dentist uses.
My special tool that I always have with me is my magnifying glass! It helps me look closely at things and see little details.
For there is nothing covered that will not be revealed, and hidden that will not be known. (Matthew 10:26)
I love studying history and learning about people who lived long ago. But I know people have lots of questions about early man and the history of the earth. The thing that helps me keep my history straight is remembering the Seven C’s of History. Here are some of the things I’ve been learning about: