In 520 AD, the prophet and messenger Muhammad came to spread Allah's word, and his followers became the first Muslims. Islam spread rapidly and this was was due to the choices that the leaders made through cultural diffusion, strategy for the wage of war, and esteemed morals. When Muslim merchants would trade, they would also spread the culture of Islam. The strategic wage of war helped Islam uphold a strong empire. The desirable morals of the faith led people into becoming Muslim.
In bountiful places all over the world during the Post-Classical era, between the sixth and thirteenth century, there were many innovations. Especially in China when the three prodigious dynasties thrived; the Sui, Tang, and Song. The Sui, Tang, and Song bestowed numerous changes, along with continuity. Two of the most evident changes during this dynasties were technology and the repercussion of Confucianism and Buddhism on the empires. There was many continuities within the government, structure and culture. During 581 and 1279, China saw the advances in technology in Confucianism, while controlling alike government, structure, and culture.
The 1st and 2nd centuries B.C.E. were an influential tipping point in history. Obviously there lies a reason why this is the time in history where we move into the common era. A growing dissatisfaction around the world on how empires ruled led to some large, influential administrations falling. Some groups that entered the power vacuum include the Han Dynasty in China and the emergence of an imperial Rome. The imperial administrations of Han China (206 B.C.E.- 220 C.E.) and imperial Rome (31 B.C.E.-476 C.E.) had similar set-up bureaucracies and saw their downfall through their alike policies, however their method to define society differed.
The Islam religion, believed by Muslims, has spread across the globe at rapid speeds. Muhammad ibn Abdullah started the religion. The religion began in Mecca. The religion was made known in 610 CE. The two major themes of the religion are “Allah is the one God” and the importance of charity. The religion spread throughout Mecca and into India, Spain, East Africa and China. Within 100 years of Muhammad’s death, it had reached Europe and Asia. What are some reasons that the religion spread so quickly? Islam spread at such a fast rate due to trade, conquest, and law.
The fall of Classical Rome and Han China had both similar reasons and different reasons for their downfall. Rome collapsed from the inside and was invaded a lot. Han China also collapsed from the inside because of lack of money. They were also invaded frequently. They both fell from similar reasons although there was some differences.
In the eleventh century, China and the world of Islam were flourishing. However they were conquered and ruled by the Mongols. The political and economic effects of Mongol rule on China and the Middle East were similar but different in their own way. The Mongols toleration and acceptance of the religions in that region were slightly different from each other.
Islam was created in Saudi Arabia around the year 622 by the prophet Muhammad. The religion spread very rapidly. Many territories in the Middle East were under Muslim control by the year 750 — around 128 years after the religion 's creation. Islam is one of the major religions in the world today. It spread very rapidly, mainly due to 3 reasons. Islam spread so quickly due to trade, as Mecca was a trade hub in the Middle East, conquest, the Muslims took land under their control and taught Islam, and how the fairness of Islam rules appealed to many.
The Muslim culture was able to spread its culture, while trying to succeed in new surroundings, which allowed it to be spread further than the Europeans culture was
“Allan makes the impossible, possible” “Cultural diffusion is the spread of cultural beliefs and social activities from one group to another. The mixing of world cultures through different ethnicities, religions and nationalities has increased with advanced communication, transportation and technology”. Islam started in Mecca but the years after Muhammad's death it quickly spread to Europe and Asia making a big increase in practices. 23% of the world is Muslim, making it the second largest religion practiced. So Islam spread because of war conquest, trade, and “the message”.
The Roman Empire and Han Dynasty were similar because of the use of the Silk Road as a trading route and both grew and developed because of mandatory military service but were different because the Roman Empire declined because of the expansion of its borders while the Han dynasty declined because of enemy military pressure and because of the wealth and power of its aristocracy.
The Han and the roman empires shared similar interests and attitudes towards technology. Technology became a primary focuses for the civilizations. The Han and Roman made the same amount of attention towards technology. They both found it important to be the most advanced in technology. In Documents 3 and 4 both empires had a positive attitude towards technology and both thought it was a gift from the “gods”. Both Han upperclassmen thought that technology was a “gift from enlightened leadership. In documents 6 and 8 the Roman upperclassmen were bragging about how great there technology was great emphasis and encouragement with technology with the higher of the Roman population.
The development of Western Europe and the Byzantine Empire were different due to government, economies and religion. The Byzantine Empire was ruled by an Emperor instead of a King, while Western Europe was separated into different countries by the language spoken. Western Europe had social systems of feudalism in place to serve the people. Christianity played a major role in both of the developments of Western Europe and the Byzantine Empire. The Byzantine Empire was influenced by Romans, but Western Europe considered the Pope to be of high influence and guidance. Both empires’ economies were very different. The Byzantine became one of the wealthiest empires ever, while the Western economy was an agricultural based with little trading with
While the Roman Empire and the Qin dynasty were both large empires ruled by a single ruler who had a thrived on a military state the way that they developed, as well as how they lived were very different. These similarities and differences caused for differences in the stability of the empires as well as their longevity.
The Han dynasty and Roman empire were two of some the world's influential empires. Both of the two empires had well organized bureaucracies. These two had many great accomplishments, though they differed they were somewhat similar.
There have lived many great people throughout the course of history who have left major influences in the world. The most important influences come from major religious figures, as their ideas and teachings have influenced society and politics. The most influential of all the religious figures in Islam was the Prophet Muhammad, and his achievements influence the modern economy, politics, and society.