What are the auxiliary historical sciences?

There are several major subsidiary history disciplines:

1. Genealogy – studies genera and dynasties;

2. Heraldry – coats of arms;

3. Onomastics – proper names;

4. Numismatics – ancient coins;

5. Sphragistics – printing;

6. Paleography – writing letters in different languages of different eras;

7. Diplomacy – official historical documents;

8. Faleristics – medals, badges and awards;

9. Chronology – dates and sequence of historical events;

10. Metrology – measures of length, weight, area or volume.

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