Today, we consider Ashoka as a great ruler because of the copious evidence he left behind in the form of stone carved edicts. Historians tend to correlate greatness of a king at his time with the availability of evidence today.
Which of the following can be logically inferred from the sentence?
- Emperors who do not leave significant sculpted evidence are completely forgotten.
- Ashoka produced stone carved edicts to ensure that later historians will respect him.
- Statues of kings are a reminder of their greatness.
- A king’s greatness, as wee know him today, is interpreted by historians.