Is scientific procedure similar to the Scientific Method? If so, where is the control group in historical research? Why is the control group important for scientific experimentation? What is an example of a historical control group, in reference to the battle of Agincourt?Procedure in history of collecting and compering facts, clues, testimonies and documents about the past events is scientific procedure. Othervise also evolution is not science.
But the interpretation is another thing and of course it is connected with philosophy. Yet also philosophy is not disconnected with reason but rather it is closely connceted with it.
And where are these "facts" of Agincourt coming from? Are you claiming that what Enguerrand de Monstrelet wrote nearly 40 years after the battle, being the primary source, is a fact? Describe to me how what he wrote is similar to 1+1=2 or E=MC².