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Watch the documentaries/lectures and complete the readings. Pick one of the questions below to discuss.What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about eating habits of early civilizations?What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about political ways of early civilizations?What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about gender relations in early civilizations?What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about religious ways of early civilizations?What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about generational (father-son, mother-daughter, and/or parent-children)relations in early civilizations?What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about social (class) relations in early civilizations?What do the various creation myths read this week demonstrate to historians about environment-human relations in early civilizations? The approximate length for posts and responses will be 50 to 100 words.Forum discussions will be evaluated on creativity of analysis of weekly readings.Video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKs5Wvv1-14  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xibv9jRnrlo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRqYx25iPeg see the attachments for the readings.Attachments: popol_vuh.pdf sacrifice_as_creation.pdf the_book_of_genesis.pdf the_creation_epic.pdf the_epic_of_gilgamesh.pdf womenand_the_agricultural_revolution.pdf gerda_lerner.pdf