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If you scroll down to the "Extra Credit Options", you`ll see these two 25 points EC. options. Also, if you click on the blue letters, there`ll links that may help you to get to the information.
Choose one of the options below:
- For up to 25 points of extra credit, in a one-page paper (maybe two pages), summarize the main issues of the Iconoclasm dispute that took place in the eighth century, using such sources as the Catholic Encyclopedia, John of Damascus, the Decree of the Second Council of Nicea, or any other sources you wish to use. Please be sure to cite your sources.
- For up to 25 points of extra credit, read the short version of the Russkaia pravda (the earliest Russian law code) and write a one-page paper in which you compare and contrast this early Russian law code with other law codes such as Hammurabi, the Ten Commandments, etc.
Studentâ€™s Name: Instructorâ€™s Name: Course Number: Date: EXTRA CREDIT The paper aims at providing a clear and concise summary of events that led to what is referred to as the â€œIconoclastic Persecutionâ€. With a clear outline of the early church and its beliefs â€“ with respect to adoration and veneration of pictures considered holy, as well as relics of saints and martyrs - to disputes that caused dissociations in the early Christian church, the summary will focus on what disputes led to persecution of a wing of Christians, mostly the Catholics. Iconoclasts refer to a group of people who had sub