Discuss what we know about the religious beliefs and practices in two of the early civilizations we have studied, English homework help

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(Chapters 4-7)


Two Essays. Write essays of about two pages each on two of the following questions. Essays will work best if they are at least five paragraphs each. Include 2-3 pictures with each essay, and explain how the pictures add to our understanding. (The pictures don't count toward the two pages, but what you say about the picture does count toward the two pages.)

Religion. Discuss what we know about the religious beliefs and practices in two of the early civilizations we have studied in Chapters 4-7. How was religion central to their lives? If you like, you may also bring in a society from Chapters 1-3 for comparison.

Economics. Discuss how people made a living in three societies. How did trade and economic development impact the overall happiness of the people? Do you see the societies following different strategies or is it basically the same approach?


Social Classes. Discuss the social structure in three of the societies in Chapters 4-7. Consider factors such as social status, wealth and poverty, and gender roles. Based on the examples, do societies benefit or suffer from having a ruling class?


Persia. What do you find remarkable in the Empires of Persia? What factors could explain their success? How would you characterize their core values? What major developments in Persia could have shaped the world we live in today?


Keys for Success:

Explain your points simply, like you would to another student.

Write in short to medium-sized paragraphs.

Use specific examples from our readings and class discussion.

Relate your answers to major concepts and trends we have covered.

When you use pictures, tell how each picture helps us understand the topic.(Chapters 4-7)


Two Essays. Write essays of about two pages each on two of the following questions. Essays will work best if they are at least five paragraphs each. Include 2-3 pictures with each essay, and explain how the pictures add to our understanding. (The pictures don't count toward the two pages, but what you say about the picture does count toward the two pages.)

Religion. Discuss what we know about the religious beliefs and practices in two of the early civilizations we have studied in Chapters 4-7. How was religion central to their lives? If you like, you may also bring in a society from Chapters 1-3 for comparison.

Economics. Discuss how people made a living in three societies. How did trade and economic development impact the overall happiness of the people? Do you see the societies following different strategies or is it basically the same approach?


Social Classes. Discuss the social structure in three of the societies in Chapters 4-7. Consider factors such as social status, wealth and poverty, and gender roles. Based on the examples, do societies benefit or suffer from having a ruling class?


Persia. What do you find remarkable in the Empires of Persia? What factors could explain their success? How would you characterize their core values? What major developments in Persia could have shaped the world we live in today?


Keys for Success:

Explain your points simply, like you would to another student.

Write in short to medium-sized paragraphs.

Use specific examples from our readings and class discussion.

Relate your answers to major concepts and trends we have covered.

When you use pictures, tell how each picture helps us understand the topic.

The exam covers chapter from 4 to 7 in the text book'

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School: University of Virginia

hey Ragdan,i have posted the final files of the this assignment. I am now working on editing the journal previously done. Kindly confirm its what you need, thank you

Surname 1
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Religion in the Vedic Age
Religion in the Vedic age represented the issues that the people were going through at the
time. The Indians had just been divided into several caste systems where people were divided
based on their wealth. There was a God of war named Indra. The Indian society took on beliefs
that they thought would be applicable to their lifestyle hence the devotion to Indra. He was believed
to be a violent yet courageous god who led them through any wars that they encountered. Even
though they paid Indra a lot of respect, they believed that there was a far more superior god who
placed importance on moral virtues and ruled the earth. This God was named Varuna. Varuna
hated people who were immoral in one way or another and hence punished the offenders by death
or severe disease. The picture below shows the chief deity of the Rig Veda on an elephant and to
this day elephants are believed to be sacred animals.

Surname 2
There was also the aspect of rituals and sacrifices. The Indians believed that the sacrifices
and gifts would appease the gods. During the sacrifice ceremonies where a lot of animals were
killed, the Aryans believed that the god would partake in the event with them and...

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