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What is history? History is the story of the past based on evidence.
What does a historian do? A historian collects sources and puts them together to try and find out about what happend a long time ago.
Every source can be categorised into two different groups.What are they? Primary source and a secondary source.
How many years is a decade? A decade is a hundred years.
How many years is a century? A century is a hundred years.
What does BC stand for? BC stands for before christ and its the years before the birth of christ.
What does AD stand for? AD stands for Anno Domini and its the years after the birth of christ.
What is prehistory? Prehistory is the time before writing was invented.
The Stone Age can be split in three different times, they are ? They are 1. The old stone age 2. The new stone age (mesolithic) 3. The new stone age (neolithic)
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