What themes seem to be common to our ancient forms of rulership?

I have an history class that requirs this textbook


. A. Andrea and J. Overfield, The Human Record: Sources of Global History, Volume I: To 1500, 7th edition (Boston: Wadsworth Cengage, 2009)


and require to answer a quesion in two pages using the textbook. I have did most of the assignments, but I got very poor greads. and the professor gave me a chance to do them aging. so if you are not going to put in full effort please dont contact me. I need some one to grantee a A++ work. otherwise Im going to fail the class and write a poor reviwe.


example of a quesion

Read the following pages in The Human Record: pp. 74-82, 101-116, 143-149 (7th edition); or 75-83, 101-118, 139-146 (8th edition).

Answer one of these questions in a two-page, double-spaced, essay. Use 12-point type and 1 inch margins (Attention! this is not the default for MS Word). Be sure to quote evidence from the textbook, indicating the edition number and page number–e.g. (7: p. 15)–in parentheses after the part of the source that you quote. Include your last name and the unit number in your filename, e.g. Brockey – Assignment 3.

The readings from Unit 3 should be used primarily, but readings from previous units may be used to supply some (but not all) of the three cases needed for comparison here.

1. Many of the early societies that we have considered were forged by warriors, men who displayed martial valor and who used violence to achieve their ends. Our ancient texts describe many instances in which war was pursued for different reasons, but the documents are not neutral about the cost of this recourse to violence. Write an essay in which you contrast three different reflections on violence and war from our sources. These could be descriptions of warriors as heroes, or religious reflections on the need to lessen the recourse to violence.

2. The sources that we have read have offered many descriptions of kingship or other forms of political rule. Frequently, ancient rulers left accounts of their deeds and contemporary (or later) historians wrote descriptions of their policies and actions. What themes seem to be common to our ancient forms of rulership? Write an essay in which you compare three different ancient rulers based on the sources that we have. What are the main similarities between them and what are the main differences?