Woman of Willendorf (Figure 1.2, page 7)
Standing man (Figure 1.6, page 10)
Victory Stele of Naram-Sin (Figure 1.7, page 11)
Tribute Bearers Bringing Offerings (Figure 1.13, page 16)
Pharoah Mycerinus and Queen Khamerernebty (Figure 1.19, page 23) Musicians and Dancers (Figure 1.27, page 30)
Describe the artifact in your own words. What do you see when you look at the artifact? What is depicted and how is it depicted? Identify and explain some beliefs that this artifact reflects. What might this artifact and the way in which it portrays its subject matter suggest about what the author (and her or his culture) believed and how they saw the world? Provide specific examples from the artifact that you have chosen and clearly explain how these specific details illustrate your points in response to the questions above. Do not simply rely on the discussion of the artifact that the textbook provides. While you may refer to the points in the textbook or use them as a starting point, you must build your paper upon your own observations and the conclusions that you draw from those...