What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about eating habits of early civilizations?

Watch the documentaries/lectures and complete the readings. Pick one of the questions below to discuss.

  • What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about eating habits of early civilizations?
  • What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about political ways of early civilizations?
  • What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about gender relations in early civilizations?
  • What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about religious ways of early civilizations?
  • What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about generational (father-son, mother-daughter, and/or parent-children)relations in early civilizations?
  • What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about social (class) relations in early civilizations?
  • What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about environment-human relations in early civilizations?

  • The approximate length for posts and responses will be 50 to 100 words.
  • Forum discussions will be evaluated on creativity of analysis of weekly readings.

Video:

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKs5Wvv1-14

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xibv9jRnrlo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRqYx25iPeg
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