Both Han China and Classical India used social structure systems as a method of political control. The caste or class a person was born into in either China or India, determined your position and status, unless under extreme circumstances would a person be lowered or raised in a caste or class. However, how people were placed into a specific social structure were very different. Han China developed a social structure based upon literacy, and Classical India introduced a caste system based on “occupation”. Literacy divided China educationally between first class, palace court, nobles, government officials; second class, peasants; third class, artisans; and fourth class, merchants and slaves.
And the story of their ancestor and legacy tells of what kind of people they were, and what they honored. “It is ingrained deeply in the Chinese mind that once there was a time when everything worked according to an ideal pattern” (Corduan, 2012). The meaning to this passage is why contemporary Chinese culture holds on to the tradition because it could happen again. This also reveal the union of governmental community with religion. Although there has been countless time that China’s government ruled over the religion, and now there is hope that id does not need to be that same way again because it was different back then.
(working on this paragraph ***) In addition, the Silk Roads led to a complex exchange between societies. Alexander the Great expanded east and helped to lay the foundations of trans-Asian trade. In addition, during the fifth century B.C., the vast area known as the Persian Empire improved travel through western Asia. Zhang Qian, the Chinese leader, saw the positive effects of westward trade. One specific example of this is the trade of the Ferghana horse, which he believed would be a great asset to his military when traded for highly coveted silk fabrics.
Surya Narayan Ms. Buhrke World History 27 November 2017 What was the impact of Silk Road 's Spread of Ideas on Other Countries? The Silk Road was a path that not only connected countries but also helped establish trade and was also an exchange of cultural and religious elements. It was the connection of east world to the west world and the trade between them. Silk was a path that The Silk Road as said above has a lot to do with the spread of religion. The birth and spread of major religions was through the Silk Road.
Egypt, the mother of the world, the home of the Pharaohs and the pyramids, was colonized by Britain. Britain had the largest empire during the 1800’s and the 1900’s, controlling land in Southeast Asia and in the Americas. After WWI the Ottomans were forced to leave all of its land in Africa. The new countries in Africa, especially northern countries were an easy target for imperialism. Egypt was very important for two main reasons, one of them being the amount of food Egypt had and its strong reliable food source.
A HTC is continuity and change. The conservative Romans had their own system of values and, because they were able to preserve them during the centuries (no matter how many kinds of rulership changed), that provided continuity of Rome. The relationships between classes (patrons and clients) were a factor that provided stability. But a gradual change has happened, as the gap between rich and poor widened. The changing economy led to more poor people, and the higher class could not control them anymore.
The origin and rise of Carthage According to Morey (1901), Carthage was a colony of Tyre which later became the capital of a great commercial empire on the northern coast of Africa. It rapid growth especially in trade paved the way for it to become a powerful empire founded on trade and commerce. As Carthage became the dominant power over the native races of Africa, which were the Lydians and the Numidians, she eventually forced many of them into slavery and continued her growth. With it trading power backed by slave labor and military power, Carthage could easily expand her empire into the North Africa region and the Iberian Peninsula. This expansion exposed Carthage to contact with other great powers including Greece and Rome.
According to Andrew Nathan, professor of political science at Columbia University specialised in Chinese politics, the source of Chinese resilience remains in the “institutionalization of the elite succession process and containment of factionalism as well as its success in fostering a “high level of acceptance” through various “input institutions” — local elections, lettersandvisits departments (...)”8... Such an opinion is shared by David Shambaugh, who depicted the CCP as a resilient institution which benefited from “a range of
Islam is a relationship between god, humankind and environment, a way of life and culture. It supports Africa in the development of culture and it’s economy. It became the largest religion in the country since the 10th century mostly in the Northern Africa and in the Mauritanians. The history of Islam in Africa can be put into three heading: How did it spread, where are they most located and what is its world population. What is the meaning of diversity and what is Islam perspective
The Songhai Empire was born out of quarrelling within Mali that eventually led to the independence of Songhai began its journey to becoming a great kingdom of Africa. Soon after its formation, Songhai looked to expand its territory. Their most notable leader, Sonni Ali, revamped their army to prepare for this series of expansions. His army had 30,000 infantry and 10,000 horseman, making it the largest force in western Sudan. This allowed Sonni Ali to take control of Cities such as Jenne and Songhai.