ESL History Vocabulary
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To make or become larger or more advanced.
A stage in the development of human society.
To become established, to make your home in a place.
A skill or a technique.
Love given to a deity, an idol or sacred object.
A line of rulers from the same family or group.
To say what will happen in the future.
Worthy of religious admiration or holy.
A person who recovers and studies material evidence such as pottery, graves from past human life.
To capture a region.
Everything that exists including the whole of space, the stars and planets.
To gain control
To increase control.
To attack and enter a country with armed forces.
The period during which a king or queen rules.
Buying and selling of goods and services.
A person from whom one is descended, a forefather.
To rule a country.
The customs and traditions of a particular group.
An object displayed or worn as decoration.
People living in one place or country and considered as a whole.
Devices held in hand for performing a function. ( Ex. A Hammer)
Upper layer of earth.
Information kept in a permanent form, usually in writing.
Period of 100 years.
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