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A list of events in the order in which they happen is called a ________________.

timeline

100

What is a primary source of history? 

someone who actually experienced the event

100
What are the 5 themes of Geography? 

Location, Region, Place, Movement, Human-Environment Interaction

100

The scientific study of ancient cultures through the study of artifacts and other evidence is called

archaeology

100

The study of humankind in all its aspects, especially development and culture, is called

Anthropology

200

In the study of geography, the mixture of human and nonhuman features of a given location is called the theme of

place

200

What identifies the colors and symbols on a map? 

map key

200

Historical sources that clearly dislike a key figure often contain a lot of 

bias

200

Why are primary sources and artifacts important to archaeologists? 

they come directly from the event being researched

200

Which part of a map tells you where North, South, East, and West are?

Compass Rose

300

Archaeologists focus their studies on

buried and hidden evidence of ancient times

300

The part of the map that explains the symbols and shading on a map is the

map key

300

A timeline is a tool that historians often use as a way of organizing events according to

chronology

300

A map that shows details of a section of a larger map is called a ____________.

locator map

300

What is the purpose of a historical map? 

gives information about a place at a particular time in history

400

A map that shows information at a particular point in time is called a __________________________

historical map

400

Why do students have to evaluate historical sources? 

because all sources can be biased or unreliable

400

"The swimming pool is located near the high school"  is what kind of location. 

relative location

400
How good, people, and ideas are transported is what geography theme?

movement

400

An article about something that happened 200 years ago is an example of a(n) ______________ source. 

secondary

500

What does a scale bar do on map? 

shows the distance represented on a map

500

Why are archaeologists called treasure hunters? 

they look for hidden items or artifacts

500

What are the two questions geographers ask? 

Where things are? 

Why are they there? 

500

Which of the five themes describes where something is found?

location

500

What is human-environment interaction? 

how the environment affects humans and how humans affect the environment

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