For this assignment you are to analyze the following article: Daniel and the Ori

For this assignment you are to analyze the following article: Daniel and the Origins of Jewish Biblical Interpretation (ATTACHED)
1) Your analysis must be a minimum of two pages double spaced in length
2) be a thought-out critical analysis of the material, discussing both its positive and
negative qualities, why we think these are things are either positive or negative, and
why these things are important  
3) show how the information gleaned can be applied to scholarly studies

1.  Review the textbook information, and then read the following articles about

1.  Review the textbook information, and then read the following articles about these three artifacts:
Figure 8-19 Raimondi Stele, from the main temple, Chavin de Huantar, Peru, ca. 800-200 BCE.  Incised green diorite.
https://www.ancient-origins.net/artifacts-other-artifacts/unraveling-mystery-behind-raimondi-stele-006012
Figure 8-27 Burial mask, Ipiutak, from Point Hope, Alaska, ca. 100 CE.  Ivory.
https://prezi.com/unylculhpoks/burial-mask-ipiutak-from-point-hope-alaska/
Figure 9-11 Eagle transformation mask, Kwakiutl, Alert Bay, Canada, late 19th century.  Wood, feathers, and string.
https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-art-history/indigenous-americas/a/transformation-masks
2. Answer the following questions in a 3-paragraph minimum post:
What aspects of each of these three objects support the theme of transformation?  
What function did each of these objects serve?
Why do you think the theme of transformation was so widespread and prevalent in Mesoamerican and North American cultures?

Background Information for the assignment This course gives students an overview

Background Information for the assignment
This course gives students an overview of Greek cultural, political, and social history. Covering roughly the time from the earliest complex societies in Greece to Alexander the Great and Hellenism. This course will focus on such topics as women in ancient Greece, the origins of democracy, the city-state, literary achievements, sexuality, war and warfare, philosophy, and more.

Background Information for the assignment This course gives students an overview

Background Information for the assignment
This course gives students an overview of Greek cultural, political, and social history. Covering roughly the time from the earliest complex societies in Greece to Alexander the Great and Hellenism. This course will focus on such topics as women in ancient Greece, the origins of democracy, the city-state, literary achievements, sexuality, war and warfare, philosophy, and more.