Since early history, before civilization the male gender has always been considered as being more dominant than the female gender

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PLEASE USE THIS BOOK TRADITIONS AND ENCOUNTERS – A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE PAST FIFTH EDITION – JERRY H. BENTLEY AND HERBERT F. ZIEGLER FIFTH EDITION VOLUME 1 FROM THE BEGINNING TO 1500 Please post your thesis sentence before your answer and then again in your answer. That way I can give you some feedback on it. Discussion 1: Comparative Themes: Inequality in the Ancient World This discussion explores a key theme in the Ancient World, that of inequality. While we tend to view equality as “natural” and good in our modern Western mind set, equality as a goal is really a very modern notion, a production of the Enlightenment of the 1700s. Instead, the Ancient World was marked by inequality of some sort in every ancient civilization. We find class and gender inequality in many early civilizations. While many of us will have a bias against such inequality, it is important to study its roots and compare systems of inequality in real civilizations to understand how and why it takes place. For this assignment, answer the following question : Compare the role of either class (or caste) or gender (just one is enough) in two of the civilizations were have examined so far: Mesopotamia, Egypt. What factors promoted the inequality and how did the inequality shape the civilizations? Please post your thesis sentence before your answer and then again in your answer. That way I can give you some feedback on it.
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