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Bias something that we think might not be telling the truth,and we have a reason for thinking this.
Coward a person who doesn't have much courage in danger, difficulty or pain.
Evidence or clue something that helps us to try to work out what happened. It can be things like writing, pictures and object.
Fact Something that definitely true
Fen Low land covered with water, boggy land;marsh
Hide Another name for an animal skin that whenused for clothes.
offering something offered in to a god.
opinion What someone thinks might be the truth about what happen, different people often have different opinions.
peat marshy and damp dirt.
reliable something that can be trust and that we think is true, and have a reason for thinking this.
sacrificed the offering or giving of an animal, a plant, or human life to please the goddess
Slave a person who is the property of belong to someone else.
Traitor a person who change the slave to another country.
Created by: KUCH