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  • Q1
    Imagine two historians are meeting to discuss their work .One is a historian who is specialised in studying events that happened a 100 years ago and the other a historian for events that happened 100 000 years ago .What differences do you think these two historians will have in conducting their research?
    level of comfort received
    level of Money received
    level of money received
    level of information received
  • Q2
    what similar challenges do you think they both have in finding out and understanding events in the Past
    Making good changes
    Making more research
    Finding accurate information
    finding new tools
  • Q3
    Which historian will have access to more information?
    Historian with 100000 years research
    Historian with 100 000 years information
    Non of the above
    Both of them
  • Q4
    What will be the difference in the range of sources of information available to each?
    less details for the researcher with 100 years
    More details for the researcher with 100000 year
    Non of the above
    More details in information for the historian with 100000
  • Q5
    Which technique is the best to find evidence during research
    using family groups
    using personal findings
    non of the above
    using archaeological research

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