1. 4. - A diagram that sets out in chronological order the key events that occurred over a period of time.
  2. 6. - An object that is made or modified by humans for them to use.
  3. 8. - An opinion about how something might have happened based on available evidence, but which has not been fully proven.
  4. 13. - Someone who is learned in or studies history. Someone who writes about history.
  5. 14. AND EFFECT - A concept that focuses on actions and events and the responses or consequences of these.
  6. 15. - The act of protecting an artefact or piece of historical evidence from abuse, accidental damage or decay.
  7. 17. - To record a collection, particularly in a museum or library.
  8. 18. - The art and science of government.
  9. 19. - The particular way in which a society or civilization lives, as evident through its buildings, art, dress, beliefs and daily lifestyle.
  10. 20. - A large group of people who live in one general area and who observe recognized forms of behavior.
  1. 1. - The focus on how things evolve or differ over time.
  2. 2. METHODS - Differing ways of finding out how old an object, artefact or source is.
  3. 3. - The Father of History.
  4. 5. - A period of time.
  5. 7. - A concept that focuses on unchanging events or customs etc. over time.
  6. 8. - The study of how history is written and differing points of view.
  7. 9. - A person, document or object that provides historical evidence.
  8. 10. - The act of making out or bringing out the meaning of something either written or in the form of an object or artwork.
  9. 11. - An inclination to favour one viewpoint and exclude others, even in the face of supporting evidence.
  10. 12. - The arrangement of dates or events in their order of occurrence.
  11. 16. - A particular system of faith or worship. The belief in a superhuman or divine being.
  12. 17. - A person who looks after specific sections of a museum collection.