Find an object, that made of carved lacquer, this is a Chinese craft. the link I show your is an example, you can find another object, but the craft must be carved lacquer. Also, I do find some research that may help you. The ruble for this work
Harold Bloom, an eminent 20th Century literary scholar, wrote, "Homer's Odysseus is a very dangerous figure, whom we admire and respect but do not love. He is a great survivor, the one man who will stay afloat when all his shipmates drown. You would not want to be in one boat with him then, but there is no one you would rather read or hear about, because survival is the best of all stories. Stories exist to defer death, and Odysseus is the grand evader of mortality
1. Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Persian Empire, is buried in a tomb at Pasargadae. On it is written: "O man, I am Cyrus, son of Cambyses, who founded the empire of the Persians, and was king of Asia. Do not therefore grudge me this monument.” What do the monument and the inscription tell us about the character of Cyrus?
After having taken Western Civilization I, what is the relevance in studying ancient/medieval/early modern history (that is, the period roughly before the year 1650)? Please point to specific examples from our course that show that the subject matter we studied is important to understanding today's world
Scholars might mark the end of “colonial America” in 1776, when the thirteen colonies declared their independence from Great Britain, or perhaps in 1783, the year the American Revolution came to a close with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. Today, however, colonial America is alive and well. Along the eastern seaboard, one might purchase a ticket to experience “living history” at historical theme parks such as Colonial Williamsburg (in Virginia) and Old Sturbridge Village (in Massachusetts).
The purpose of this paper is to dig more deeply into a subject or theme from the class that sparks your interest. I would like you to cast your topic in the form of a question. From that starting point, you will offer possible answers, backed by relevant evidence
1. Take a section from the assigned readings and do the following in an essay: a. Discuss the basic structure of the section. b. Identify the allegorical players in at least one of the parables told. c. Explain what each of the significant players in the parable represents. i. What is the parable suggesting? ii. How is the soul’s journey being blocked from its path to God? iii. What answer is the parable giving in reference to the hoopoe’s advice?
1) The paper should focus on comparing the quality of democracy post-1990 in two Latin American countries other than Cuba, Peru and Venezuela. It should assess each country in terms of at least two of the following criteria: respect for civil liberties; horizontal accountability; the rule of law; and the extent to which elections are free and fair. If you examine other criteria, you should state what they are and why they are important.
Respond to the five questions below using resources from the Topic 4 Readings, including your textbook, materials provided by your instructor through class discussion, and materials from the GCU Library Guide for HIS-144 US History Themes.
Choose a prominent American Theme and explore how it is treated in one major text of your choice that is assigned for this class. You may use a selection from the Norton Anthology or the novel Hope Leslie . This is considered your primary source. Focus on one primary source only.