Step 2: Consult at least 1 additional source using the same guidelines as for the initial page. Step 3: Make any changes that will improve the quality of the explanation. Focus more on substantive content revisions than grammar/mechanic revisions. Add the

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Step 2: Consult at least 1 additional source using the same guidelines as for the initial page. Step 3: Make any changes that will improve the quality of the explanation. Focus more on substantive content revisions than grammar/mechanic revisions. Add the reference alphabetically to the already present list of references. Use reliable reference sources (encyclopedias, dictionaries, etc.) and works of historical scholarship (peer-reviewed journal articles, essay collections, historical monographs, etc.). Do not use an open web search Define the term in your own words. Write the definition in paragraph form. minimum of 150 words and should not exceed 400 words. Do not include any direct quotes. a.Time period (at what time was this place important? If an empire or civilization, how long did it last? If a specific city, consider a specific time [within the context of this course] that it was significant.) b.Geographic location (you may include a map—with a proper citation—to help pinpoint and visualize the actual location.) c.Legacy or importance to the development of Western Civilization The first definition pages to add to Mecca and Medina Mecca, also known as the Umm al-Qura, is the holiest place. Mecca holds the most sacred shrine of Islam known as the Ka’aba. The Ka’aba is known as the first house of worship built for God and is as well the shrine that Muslims pray towards. Muhammad, the founder of the Muslim faith, was born in Mecca. Every faithful Muslim will look, bow down to Mecca and pray five times a day. Most Muslims that are able will make a trek to Mecca, known as a “hajj”. Now Medina is known as the second holiest site in Islam. This is where Muhammah had fled to and then eventually was buried. Mecca." Gale Encyclopedia of the Unusual and Unexplained. 2003. Encyclopedia.com. (March 5, 2016). http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-3406300207.html Mecca and Medina.” The British Library Board. 2004. Online Gallery, Sacred Texts. http://www.bl.uk/onlinegallery/sacredtexts/meccamedina.html

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