Rulership in the ancient and medieval world

 

Rulership in the ancient and medieval world

 

Analyze one of the primary sources you will be using for your paper. Create an opening
paragraph that includes historical context and a compelling thesis statement- Use the
body of the essay to provide information on the author; the audience for whom the
document was written; the author’s agenda for writing the document; and the author’s
arguments. Provide a concluding paragraph, in which the thesis is re-phrased.

Theme for thesis is below:

“Who should rule?” is a key question asked throughout the ancient and medieval world
in every culture and civilization. Does might make right? Is the ruler divinely ordained or
inspired? These are just a few of the issues rulers, philosophers, scholars, and the
masses debated, sometimes in words, and sometimes at the point of sword- Your task
is to study how rule was conceived and manifested in anywhere from three different
cultures/civilizations and to ascertain the foundation for later developments in political
thought and action- From this research, devise a thesis that will address your findings
and help us better understand why “uneasy is the head that wears the crown.”

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