Question 5 of 10
Why is it important to consider the historical context surrounding an event
when making a historical interpretation?
A. A conclusion that does not consider context is a generalization
rather than an interpretation.
B. Events happening at the same time might have influenced one
C. Every historical interpretation must consider political and social
consequences of an event.
D. Historical interpretations are only valid if they are written in a
similar context as the event.
I remember this question from 1-2 years ago somehow lol This is most likely ap3x
Events happening at the same time might have influenced one another.
frederick the great and the war of austrian succession. frederick william of brandenburg-prussia trained his son, frederick, to be a hardy soldier. he also declared himself king of bohemia, and maria theresa sent troops to retake bohemia. in august he led 80,000 of these men across the frontier into bohemia, his
“the iliad” (gr: “iliás”) is an epic poem by the ancient greek poet homer, which recounts some of the significant events of the final weeks of the trojan war and the greek siege of the city of troy (which was also known as ilion, ilios or ilium in ancient times).