Korb essay “life in year one” book

IT HAS TO BE DONE REGARDING THE BOOK LIFE IN YEAR ONE!!! three to four page paper (750-1000 words) based on Life in  Year One . must provide Turabian-style footnote citations for all quoted material and surround quoted material with quotation marks. Please follow the Turabian/Chicago Manual of Style format.  Emory and UGA provide brief stylistic guides that are accessible for  free via the web. You can access a Turabian-style essay via this link: http://www.press.uchicago.edu/books/turabian/turabian_citationguide.html  Create an original, “grabber” title for your essay and number your  pages. Provide an introduction and a conclusion in your essay. Use the  third person voice only. Do not use “I,” “me,” mine” “we,” “our” “your,” “you,” or “us.” It is possible  to express your opinion in the third person; editorial writers do this  sort of thing regularly. Use the past tense, as one always should when  writing about history–the past– and stay away from the dreaded “false”  present tense that inexplicably has become so popular in history  documentaries.  Avoid slang–that you must also avoid vulgarity should  go without saying. Remember to carefully proofread your papers for  spelling, grammar, factual content, and overall clarity. If writing is a  challenge for you, I encourage you to visit Darton State College’s fine  writing center well ahead of the paper due date. You will need to do  this since there is usually a backlog of papers at the Writing  Center.  Answer all of the following questions in the  order provided. You need not restate the questions; simply write your  responses in paragraph form and in complete sentences. You should devote  approximately a typed page for each response. Please do not write out  the questions.1) According to Korb, what religion did most of Palestine’s  inhabitants practice in the year one? What were some of the dietary  restrictions and important rituals observed by the adherents of this  religion? Does Korb provide any rationale for these practices? Why or  why not?2) What did it mean to be “unclean” in Palestine during the year one? Was there more than one type of uncleanliness? Explain.3) What were the lives of women like in Palestine during the year  one? In what ways were women restricted? What rights, if any, did they  enjoy?4) According to Gary Wills (in a quotation from Cicero), what  constituted the “extremest penalty” in first-century Palestine? Why?  Please provide numerous and pertinent details in your response.

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