Select an artifact or image created in 1000–1300 C.E. using the textbook or other academic resource, such as a museum or library website. Artifacts can include written works, laws, codes, buildings, maps, art, rituals, dance, holidays, and so on; for this exercise, if your choice is not tangible itself, be sure to include a weblink or textbook page number for a related physical relic. Your answer should explain how your chosen artifact (and relic) reflects the character of this period. Support your insight with at least one example of a connection to a specific political, economic, or religious development to which it relates.
https://blackboardmasters.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/logo2-300x75.png 0 0 Admin https://blackboardmasters.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/logo2-300x75.png Admin2020-01-14 08:19:432020-01-14 08:19:43Your answer should explain how your chosen artifact (and relic) reflects the character of this period.