The study of past events, particularly in human affairs.
The whole series of past events connected with a particular person or thing.
A continuous, typically chronological record of important or public events or of a particular trend or institution.
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remember/ memory, time period, evolution, national past, family structure (Europe vs India), traditions (developed through time), creations of humans, geography (inseparable from history), continuity, (war) heritage, ephemerality/permanence, forms of documentation (plans, pictures, fossils, etc), archaeology
ancestry, the spirit of time, genealogy (family tree, ancestry), patriotism (nationality), extremism, recordings, memories, self-interpretation, reaction mechanism (action-reaction)
traditions, rituals,cycles, the importance of upbringing, monumental, representative buildings, creation of memory/nations/history, interpretation of historical events, religion, overwritten / rewrite history (Palimpsest)