According to the world and European history, the ancient Greeks and Romans has a huge amount of influence on civilization over Western countries as well as the continents and countries around the Mediterranean Sea. Both Greeks and Romans founded arts, politics, literatures, theatre, philosophy and so on. Before the ancient Greeks collapsed, there was an overlapping period of time of the Greeks and Romans. As a result, these great two empires shared several similar cultures and civilizations. Particularly, some of the Roman arts were influenced or inspired by Greek’s thought and style.
Characteristics of Western Civilization can be found in many different ancient civilizations. Ancient Greece has had the most influence on western civilization. Aspects of western civilization such as philosophy, Western values, and science were all influenced by ancient Greek. The roots of western civilization can be traced back to four thousand years ago, in ancient Greece. Philosophy opened a whole different way of thinking.
The most obvious similarity would be the gods they worshipped. As I stated before, Rome gained a lot of inspiration for their religion from the Greeks. The Roman gods shared the same power as the Greek gods, the only difference was in the names and
Moreover, many words, phrases, and roots in the English language, as well as some others, come from Greek gods and myths. Numerous movies have been created based off of ancient Greek myths as well. However, Aztec gods, which were loyally worshipped by the Aztecs, played an incredibly large role in their society and daily lives, but were forgotten and left behind by the modern world as the Aztecs faded away. Because of this, Greek gods and goddesses have influenced the world immensely more than Aztec
It’s obvious that the beauty of a structure rely on the architecture unique design and output, in this essay, I will analyzed the ancient Parthenon of Greece and the Pantheon building of Rome. Furthermore, the reader will have the opportunity to explore the popularity of the classical architecture of the Greek that was later copied by the Roman Empire. The style and function use of the Parthenon That Befit the Culture of the Greek The Parthenon is a temple to the Greek goddess Athena that was built in 447 BC. This structure is a typical example of Greek architecture. Most of the temple’s design uses elements of the Doric order.
Option 2 (1) Upon first glance, there are several similarities between Roman and Greek architecture. Many think they are exactly alike as architecture from both empires share connections. One important note is that Greek architecture came into being prior to Roman civilization, meaning that the Romans were inspired by the Greeks. In terms of style, the Greeks tended to use the Doric and Iconic style in many of its temples while the Romans used the Corinthian style which was more ornate. The Parthenon in Athens is great example of Ancient Greece's Doric style, while the Pantheon in Rome, is a great example of the Romans Corinthian style.
One example was the Roman Empire; it exemplified fascinating methods of the citizens’ entertainment. All representing Roman culture, the primary sources of entertainment in the Roman empire were gladiatorial matches, theatrical performances, and chariot racing. The Roman Empire owed much of its inspiration for sports, gladiatorial contests, and executions to Etruria, Campania, and Luciana. Historians have researched how gladiatorial fights came to Rome for hundreds of years. Researchers have pointed to extremely old places such as such as Etruria, Campania, and Lucania (Connolly 2003, 68).
These will be the differences in both religions. The similarities between Hinduism and Buddhism Other than differences, they do have similarities in their practices and culture. The first similarities is reincarnation. The process of reincarnation which truly believes in Buddhism are about the deeds of the present life. As in Hinduism also
However, the Hinduism have no founder of the religion, the culture, or has any agreed set of teaching and scriptures (Lipner, 2017). For a better understanding of the Hinduism religion, this paper is going to explain, the Hinduism deities and how the caste system might function in the life of a particular Hindu individual,
Frankly, in Buddhism, God has nothing to do. The creation of phenomena is taken care of by a kind of natural law called Dependent Origination. The consequences of our actions are accounted for by karma, which in Buddhism is also a kind of natural law that doesn't require a supernatural cosmic judge. And if there is a God, he is us, too. His existence would be as dependent and conditioned as ours.