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Historian Someone who studies history using different sources
Timeline A way to display events in which they happened
Evidence Proof
Museum Place full of facts and displays
Archives A place that catalogues and stores written and other sources
Prehistory A time before writing was used
Cross check Verify using other sources
How is evidence preserved (7) Air tight containers Extreme heat Volcanic ashes Bogs Peat bogs Airlessness Cold acidic water
Carbon dating is also know as Radio carbon dating
Explain the term carbon dating When archaeologists measure the level of carbon 14 in once living tissue to see how old it is
How archaeologists find sights (3) Ruins Ariel photography Accidentally
Geographic survey explain A X-ray of the ground that is used to find artefacts as well as buildings and structures