Proper placement of the year and location?
When giving a location in a specific year, should the year be placed before or after the location?
For example; if the year was 1850 and the location was France would you write:
Any help would be great, thanks!
This looks like you are trying to caption a picture. I would put the most important piece of information first. If you are presenting a timeline of something, then the picture was from 1850, and happened to be in France. If you are presenting pictures from places in Europe during the mid-1800s, then this one was in France, and it happened to be in 1850. It is up to you. There is no grammar rule for this.
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