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Study the word list: QEGS History 2

Basic History words

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artefact British English spelling
An artefact is an object from the past. *
An opinion is what someone thinks about something. *
A fact is when something is known to be true. *
Bias is to believe in your own opinion only. *
Evidence are clues from the past. *
Past is when something has already happened. *
The present is when something is happening now. *
The future is things that are yet to happen. *
A decade is a period of ten years. *
A century is a period of 100 years. *
An ERA is a period of time marked by certain events and ways of living. *
Decline means to come to an end or lose importance. *
Chronological are events listed in the order they happen. *
A primary source is a first-hand piece of evidence, eg a Roman coin. *
A secondary source is a piece of evidence about the past but not from the time, eg a history textbook. *

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