Grantham University Pyramids of Egypt Artifact Task The answers to the following questions can be used as a basis for parts of your Project 1 submission. K

Grantham University Pyramids of Egypt Artifact Task The answers to the following questions can be used as a basis for parts of your Project 1 submission. Keep these questions in mind as you continue to learn about the artifact of human creative expression that you chose to analyze. After thinking about the two to three artifacts you were interested in at the end of learning block 2-1, choose one artifact that you will plan to study further during this course and use as the focus for your two projects. Compile your responses in a Word document, being sure to answer each of the five questions below, before submitting your work.Identify your chosen artifact.Describe the artifact in detail using any applicable senses mentioned in the overview.What are the elements of the artifact that you believe are most important to how you experience it? Does the choice of medium impact your experience?State your opinion on what you believe is the purpose of this artifact and the success of the creator in achieving the purpose.Discuss how the artifact reflects the culture (or context) in which it exists. Be sure to address what aspects of culture have relevance for this artifact: politics, history, religion, social perceptions, technology, media, education, and so on. In other words, how do the artifact and its culture interrelate? HUM 100Worksheet: Cultures and Artifacts
Part 1
Culture/Subculture
Object
Influence of Culture on the Object
1.Italian
David Sculpture
Renaissance period and
Christianity
2.Native Americans
Paintings and drawings
Implied their way of life
3.Egyptians
Pyramids
Religions beliefs,and symbol of
pride.
Part 2
Reason
1.
2.
3.
Example of Artifact
Creator
Select one of the artifacts and answer one of the following questions in two to three sentences:

Do you believe the creator was successful in achieving their purpose? Why or why not?
OR

How do think the artifacts and the culture in which they were created influenced each other?
Explain.

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