Using the material from the course, write a 1,500-word essay that answers only one of the following questions: Historians are always trying to understand causes and consequences. Causes tell us how life changed, and consequences indicate the impact. One would expect the biggest changes to have the most substantial consequences. Excluding the Code of Hammurabi and the Silk Road, what would you say were the three most important changes that occurred from 8000 BCE to 1450 CE? Explain how these changes developed and why you believe they were the most important? What were their consequences up to 1450 CE? The great classical cultures of Eurasia created separate identities but each of these cultures also contained important elements that other peoples adopted. In the classical and post-classical periods (600 BCE to 1450 CE), the peoples and cultures of this vast area had consistent and enduring interactions. What were three main causes or sources of this new integration of Eurasia? What were three important consequences or effects? What made these causes or sources and consequences or effects so important? Three large parts of the world remained separate from the Afro-Eurasian network.
Each had their own experiences and formed their own networks. In what specific ways did the worlds of Inner Africa, the Americas, and the Pacific follow or diverge from three broad patterns of Afro-Eurasian history from 8000 BCE to 1450 CE? What three things can we learn from the different experiences of parallel worlds? To answer the question, you must use the textbook and three additional readings or websites from the course. This means that a complete essay will integrate a minimum of four resources that will be referenced in the paper and listed in the bibliography/works cited. The objective of this assignment is to write a thorough essay that answers one exam question by synthesizing relevant material from the course in order for you to demonstrate your comprehensive understanding of what you have learned this month. Keep in mind that you can only use sources provided in the course. No material or websites from outside the course are allowed, as using those will result in failing the assignment. As with all writing assignments, be sure to avoid plagiarism. All ideas and words in your essay need to be your own.
All direct quotes from a document need to be inside quotation marks followed by a full citation. All paraphrased content must also be properly cited. Be sure to review the sections on plagiarism and paraphrasing in the syllabus for more information. Do not to extend your discussion beyond the year 1450. For instance, do not discuss the impact or significance of the topic on life today, as the shape of the current world is beyond the scope of this class. This assignment tests your mastery of course content and the historical period that it encompasses, so do not cover information beyond it. Present your essay in 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced, with one-inch margins on all sides. A complete document will be at least 1,500 words of original writing: Quotations, citations, and references will push the total word count higher. Formatting of the essay and all citations need to follow an academic style guide such as The Chicago Manual of Style or APA. Regardless of the guide you select, when inserting a citation, you must provide not only the source, but the page number when referencing a paginated document. Simply placing the author’s name in parentheses is not sufficient. You Aug 31, 8:35 PM Here is the link for the sources. Please do not use outside sources https://islamichistory.org/the-abbasid-caliphate/ http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/prehistoric/venus-figurines.htm https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-prehistoric-venus-figurines-mystify-experts https://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/behavior/art-music/figurines Website: British Museum, Athens – http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/athens/home_set.html Website: British Museum, Sparta – http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/sparta/home_set.html Website: Thucydides (c.460/455-c.399 BCE): Pericles’ Funeral Oration from the Peloponnesian War (c. 430 BCE) – http://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/Halsall/ancient/pericles-funeralspeech.asp Website: Xenophon (c.428-c.354 BCE): The Polity of the Spartans, c. 375 BCE – http://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/Halsall/ancient/xeno-sparta1.asp Kevin Reilly, The Human Journey, Chapter 5 Website: Medieval Towns – http://www.medieval-spell.com/Medieval-Towns/ Website: Medieval Town Life – http://www.medieval-spell.com/Medieval-Towns/Medieval-Town-Life.html Website: Italian Cities – http://www.medieval-spell.com/Medieval-Towns/Italian-Cities.html Website: Medieval England – daily life in medieval towns – http://www.britainexpress.com/History/Townlife.htm
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