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what does it mean when it ask what perspective do my primary sources bring to understanding the event ? nd also how do my primary sources help make my argument ?

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Which of the following were members of the aristocracy in Byzantine society?
Primary sources hmm I assume you are referring to the Vietnam discussion board? Even if you are not, primary sources are the recalling of the events first hand. In simple terms, say you wanted to ask a question about your favorite celebrity. Asking that celebrity directly, would be a primary resource. Asking someone who interviewed that person would be a secondary source. Primary sources give the most accurate depiction of the event or issue you are wondering about

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