Get High-quality written work Help from our Professionals history writing assignment examhello for this assignment you will need to READ all of the readings provided for you in links and attachments. please keep in mind that all of the questions that have to be answered mainly based off the readings provided so please do not search everything up. the following instructions below are for the assignment. as well as the questions. NO PLAIGRISM! I REPEAT YOU WILL BE DOING SOME READING !! AND RESEARCH TO ANSWER THESE! NOT SOLELY RESEARCH. The point values of the questions add up to 150 points and the exam is graded out of 100 (so this is a big make-up opportunity!) but this time not all the questions have the same point value. Answers to questions 1 and 2 should be about 350-600 words in length scale your answers to the other questions accordingly. Make sure to read the questions carefully understand what is being asked and provide information that is relevant and answers the questions. A significant part of the work of answering these questions is just reading them carefully and understanding exactly what is being asked. Another big part of it is looking through the course readings and your notes for the right answers. These questions cover the whole time period covered in the course from human origins to 1600—you may find it useful to refer to the study guides for exams 1 and 2 to review. As always you may refer to outside sources if you get stuck. You have the whole internet at your disposal so use it! But do not plagiarize obviously. Also using the internet to collect information that does not actually answer the questions may contribute to your education but it will not help your grade. 1. (40 points) Review the sections in Reilly (and Wikipedia if you want) on the Neolithic Revolution. Look at Khatayi’s description of Mongols in the conclusion of the Book of China European accounts of Native Americans and Ibn Fadlans account of Russia and compare what these authors say to what we know about Neolithic life based on Neolithic archeological sites. Based on these texts would it be accurate to say that many people between 900 and 1600 lived in a mostly Neolithic world? In what ways would it be accurate to say this in what ways would it be inaccurate? (Also make sure to read all sources critically—they may have been wrong about things lied exaggerated… Khatayi writes a lot about Mongols—you may find it useful to compare this to whatever else we read about Mongols. Same obviously applies to Europeans writing about Native peoples of the Americas.) 2. (30 points) Between 1325 and 1354 Ibn Battutah traveled from his home in present-day Morocco to India and possibly as far as Beijing traveling through both Central Asia and the Indian Ocean. He did not have a private navy or army and he was not fabulously wealthy meaning that he had to communicate and negotiate with people and earn money to get from one place to another. What made it possible for him to travel these huge distances? What connected these different parts of the world in that time? (Hint: you can find your answers both in Reilly and also by reviewing general facts about the world in the early-to-mid-1300’s and finally by comparing him to other travelers from the 1300’s and 1400’s.) 3. (20 points) Which ancient Chinese political philosophy does the depiction of China in the Book of China most resemble and why? (In other words if all you knew nothing about Ming China and all you had to go by was some knowledge of ancient Chinese classics and the Book of China what philosophy would you think was most influential in China around 1500?) 4. Look at the two maps in this article and compare it to the locations of the oldest complex societies or “civilizations” in the Eastern Hemisphere—the places where cities and complex societies emerged between 4000 and 1000 BC. https://bigthink.com/strange-maps/bees-world-map b) (20 points) What do these places have in common based on the map and what might be a biological explanation for this fact? How might bee biodiversity (beeodiversity if you will) have to do with the origins of complex societies? bb) (20 pts) Compare the beeodiversity map to the maps of Ibn Battutah’s travels https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibn_Battuta (see especially the 1332-47 map: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibn_Battuta#Itinerary_1332%E2%80%931347 ). Ibn Battutah was not looking for new kinds of bees so what is going on here? (Hint: it might have partly to do with other animals.) bbb) (20 pts) At about what point in time (give a range of about 300 years—say 1700-2000 AD) do the biggest concentrations of human economic activity stop being on bee hotspots and what are the reasons for this change? (Hint: look at what we have read in Reilly & Wikipedia on the histories of Europe India and China also at the slide shows from class on Europe and China.)

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