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An object produced or shaped by human skills; especially, a tool, a weapon, artwork, or an ornament of archaeological or historical interest; structures or features not normally present but visible as a result of an external agent or action. (2)
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artifact (s) (noun), artifacts (pl)
1. An object produced or shaped by human craft, especially a tool, weapon, or ornament of archaeological or historical interest: The archaeologist found a cave which had many prehistoric artifacts in it.
2. Something that appears to exist because of the way an object or data is examined: Sam's behavior presented an artifact of his abnormal relations with other people.
3. A structure or feature not normally present but visible as a result of an external agent or action: The decline in the high school test scores was obviously an artifact of the way the test was administered to the students.
4. An inaccurate observation, effect, or result; especially, one resulting from the technology used in scientific investigation or from an experimental error: The pattern in the data which was presented by the government agency was an artifact of the incompetent way it was collected.
An object that has been created by human workmanship.
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Artwork that has been produced by a person.
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