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KUNZ - Tier 2 Vocab

Daily Warm Ups

ancient someone, or something, from history before about A.D. 500
timeline a set of related events arranged in chronological order and shown along a line
chronological arranged in the order events actually happened, or should happen, starting with the first and ending with the last
prehistory the time period of human history before the development of writing
history the written record of past human events
titan one of a family of giants in Greek mythology, or an extremely large or powerful person
paleo prefix that means "old"
chrono prefix that means "time"
era a period of time made up of a series of related events
circa Latin word that means "around" or "about"
range a series of numbers that include the highest and lowest possible numbers, or the total amount of something
interval a space between two other things, or reference points
Created by: mrskunz