Sample Paper Using Chicago Manual of Style

Although less popular then MLA and APA styles, the Chicago citation style is also used at many universities across the United States. If you would like to know more about this style, please see the Chicago Manual of Style FAQ.
Below is a sample research paper formatted using Chicago Manual of Style.

Topic:
Sample Chicago Style Paper on the Exploration of the Political Structure of the Roman Empire
Instructions:
The exploration of the political structure of the Roman Empire; and how the political structure of the Roman Empire was AFFECTED by religion, social structure, gender relations and economics. Chronologically, your topic must cover the time period between prehistory and 1500.
Here are the topic regions: Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Sub-Saharan, Chinese, Indo-Chinese, Western Indo-European (Greece, Rome, Medieval Europe), Eastern Indo-European (Persia, India), Meso-American, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Melanesian and Polynesian, Mongol and Turkic, and Semitic (Hebrew, Arab). Choose only one culture (for example, Roman rather than all Western Indo-European cultures, or Hebrew rather than all Semitic cultures).