Archaeology, Geology and Paleontology Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: supporting : _ documents - copies of a work made by different people which can be used to verify the validity of the document of interest, paleontology : the study of life's history as revealed in the preserved remains of once-living organisms, external : _ test - test to see whether a document contradicts other documents that have already passed the three tests, archaeology : the study of past human life as revealed by preserved relics, bibliographic : _ test - the work must contain either direct eyewitness accounts or a second-hand report based on eyewitness accounts, upper limit : the oldest age that something can be according to dendrochronology, master tree : _ _ ring patterns - correspond to several years of a given weather pattern for a region, dictum : aristotle's _ - the benefit of the doubt is given to the document, not the critic, internal : _ test - tests to see whether or not the document in question contradicts itself, geology : the study of earth's history as revealed in the rocks that make up the earth, superposition : principle of _ - when artifacts are found in rock or earth that is layered, the deeper layers hold the older artifacts, known age : the age of an artifact as determined by a date printed on it or a reference to the artifact in a work of history, absolute age : calculated age of an artifact from a specific dating method that is used to determine when the artifact was made, hieroglyphics : a form of ancient egyptian writing that uses symbols and pictures to represent concepts and sounds, artifacts : objects made by people, such as tools weapons, containers, etc, life science : encompasses all scientific pursuits related to living organisms, radiometric : _ dating - using a radioactive process to determine the age of an item, strata : distinct layers of rock