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Purpose To analyze, compare, and contrast two primary sources Theme The theme for this discussion is religion.
Excerpts from The Book of Genesis (1-3, 6-8, 22) http://www.professorcampbell.org/sources/genesis.html “The Flood Story” from The Epic of Gilgamesh https://web.archive.org/web/20180924021142/http:/www.livius.org/articles/misc/great-flood/flood3_t-gilgamesh. Directions Compare the assigned primary sources and write a discussion post answering the following questions. What specific similarities between the two stories were you able to find?. What might account for these similarities?. Make sure that your post begins with a sentence which clearly ancient brass artifacts, states your main argument. And that it refers to specific evidence from the sources in order to support that argument.
Demonstrates outstanding critical thinking and analytical ancient brass artifacts, skills in written responses. Displays outstanding knowledge and understanding of historical subject matter. Thematic patterning means the insertion of a recurring motif in a narrative. For example, various scenes in John Steinbeck’s of mice and men are about loneliness. Thematic patterning is evident in one thousand and one night, an example being the story of “The City of Brass”. According to David Pinault, the overarching theme of that tale. In which a group of travelers roam the desert in search of ancient brass artifacts, is that “riches and pomp tempt one away from God”.
These include a tale recorded in an inscription found in the palace of Kush ibh Shaddad. A story told by a prisoner about Solomon; and an episode involving Queen Tadmur’s corpse. According to Pinault, “each of these minor narratives introduces a character who confesses that. He once proudly ancient brass artifacts, enjoyed worldly prosperity: subsequently, we learn. The given character has been brought low by God. These minor tales ultimately reinforce the theme of the major narrative”