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Historical EVD.

Historical Evidence Notes (FLASH CARDS)

Primary Letters, autobiographies, diaries, speeches, poems/songs, business records original Maps/Calendars, and photographs.
Secondary Textbooks, encyclopedias, articles & done, most websites, and biographies.
Oral Traditional Legends, myths, beliefs passed on by word of mouth, storytelling, and interviews.
Fossils The remains or imprints of plants or animals that were once alive.
Artifacts Tools, jewelry, coins, toys, and man-made weapons.
Ruins Tombs, monuments, and whole Cities.
Scientific Dating Gets exact date; Done by doing experiments in a lab. There are many methods to do this "Radiocarbon" dating.
Absolute Dating Exact date of an object (can be a time period). Scientific dating only gets these results; "This object is from ca. 1550 CE."
Cultural Dating Getting information by building on what is already known; (Ex. The Roman coin). There are two ways: "Relative" dating and "Absolute" dating.
Relative Dating Compares two objects to determine the time period; "This object here is older than that object."
Created by: Elijher