Although both Han and Rome both made huge accomplishments in technology they had very different views on technology. The Han dynasty viewed their tools as huge advancements and tried to use them throughout all the classes in societies because they were much more open and positive towards poor workers than the Roman Empire which had great technologies but they did not appreciate the lower class workers which lead to a negative view on technology (run-on sentence). As Roman laborers were often slaves the technologies and tools they used were often neglected and not noticed while the upper class advancements in math and science were the only technological achievements that were noticed. The Hans had a society heavily based on agriculture. New tools and technologies created were often to increase agricultural work and output which were immediately used by the poor which were the main agricultural workers. The lower class separation in Han China led to a more positive view on technology than that of the Romans.
Han, China and Imperial Rome both had similarities and differences in terms of political control throughout the classical period. Both empires had major differences about their perspectives on what main element could hold their political jurisdictions together, Imperial Rome favored law codes since one would try to obey if they didn’t want to be punished for their actions whereas Han, China reinforced confucius teaching even though they had some laws as well because they thought virtues would guide everyone to follow the right path in the political system. However, both had similarities facing problems with the administration of good bureaucrats who could really reinforce tight vigorous decisions to help political power run smoothly along with
Islam is a religion that controls their follower's daily lives. It quickly spread throughout many large and small civilizations all throughout the world. Two civilizations that Islam affected were the Byzantine Empire and China. The Byzantine empire was the section of Rome that remained after the fall of Rome and was a very successful civilization in its time. During the rise of Christianity, the Byzantine empire became a Christian-based civilization and used the church to solve its political and economic problems that sprang up after the fall of Rome. Similar to the Byzantine Empire, China was very successful before Islam. The main difference was that China remained successful all throughout the spread of Islam while the Byzantine Empire
The two plates are different from each other, but they are both truly beautiful. The plate from the Ming Dynasty plate has much more detail, and it is more colorful. However, the Ancient Greek plate is very simple using neutral colors and less detail. Both cultured, yet different.
One factor that distinguishes Athens and Han China are their size and population. Document 1 shows a map of the two societies. As seen from Document 1, Athens and China were completely different from each other, not just by location. It shows that Athens was only a few hundred square miles while China was thousands of square miles. The difference in size can be attributed to many factors, such as population, which is seen in Documents 2 and 3. Document 2 shows
One of the difference between the Qin and the Han dynasty is that Qin dynasty practiced Legalism and the Han dynasty practiced Confucianism. For the Han dynasty, in Document 3, states that they had a exam system of giving opportunities for everyone across the dynasty who has outstanding moral and learning to have a chance to have a role in the government, which shows that the Han dynasty emperor gave more opportunities to the commoners. For the Qin in Document 2, says that the people follow the rules, and there are no trouble because the people understand what happens when they do not follow the rules, which leads to punishments. Which shows that the Qin dynasty had strict rules for people to just obey for the government and have no say. Taking
Attitudes towards technology in the Han and Roman empires differed greatly in terms of importance to life. The Roman Empire thought that technology was beneficial, but not necessary. The Romans were divided by social classes and concentrated more on mathematics and sciences, looking down on people who performed labor and used technologies for laboring. The Han Empire had a more positive attitude towards manufacturing and labor. The Han relied heavily on agriculture and thought that tools and water systems were necessary to reduce labor.
Out of the two civilizations Athens and Rome one clearly had a better citizenship system. Rome had a better system of citizenship when you compared the definition of citizenship to that civilization, their rights, and responsibilities. Rome 's definition was much more generous when they gave their citizenship. Document A showed that free native-born adult males, free native-born adult females, free native-born male children, female children, and sons of freed slaves could get citizenship in Rome. In Athens they only allowed free, native-born adult males to get citizenship. Rome allowed many different types of people to get citizenship. Letting more people in Rome allowed their population to grow, this made them expand their civilization. This
In ancient china there were two widely different philosophes being so excepted within the same culture. The two philosophes were Confucianism and Legalism. Confucianism was during 55 B, in China. Legalism was during 475-221 BC, also in China. Confucianism is a belief or an idea. The purpose of this was to show people how to be in harmony with their place in life. Legalism is a ruling made by Shi Huangdi, who was a strict ruler in china. The purpose of this ruling was to get the people of china to follow the rule, and if they didn’t there was a very harsh punishment. Although confucianism and legalism have some similarities, but the differences between the two are amazingly clear.
The Qin and Han employed different philosophies on how to run their dynasties. The Qin used controlling Legalistic ideas while the Han used the relationship building Confucianism. The Qin and Han had a different relationship with outsiders because the Qin preferred to keep foreigners out while the Han wanted to build a relationship with them. The Qin and the Han each contributed to the growth of China’s culture and expansion. The developments in trade, foreign relations, and building expansive building projects in the Qin and Han Dynasties effected the design of every dynasty
In various ways, Han China and Imperial Rome were politically similar yet also had their pair of differences. Two very well-known classical empires, both had highly advanced political systems for their time; Han China, lasted from 206 B.C.E to 220 C.E, and Imperial Rome, lasted from 31 B.C.E to 476 C.E. Many think these two empires where built with no previous influence, however; the Roman Empire had retained many aspects from the Roman Republic, and Han China from the Qin Dynasty. During their peaks, they controlled the majority of the world 's population because of their constant expansion of conquered lands, while their structure of administration and rule influenced many empires and future societies around the world. Aspects such as these, ultimately, led these two empires to be, arguably, the most influential societies in the world; as their legacies still live on today.
Ancient Mesopotamia and Ancient China shared the same type of government. Although Ancient Mesopotamia began ruling its lands with priest kings eventually came to rule just as Ancient China, both civilization believed kings had divine approval. Social classes among both civilization followed the upper class, middle class, lower class structure. Upper class among the two consisted of the higher gods, kings, priest etc. Middle class consisted of peasant farmers, merchants, fisherman etc. Lower class consisted of slaves, lower gods and many more. Mesopotamia followed "Hammurabi's code of Law" and China followed "Confucius Golden rule"
For instance, them two had sorted out governments yet Egypt 's was a Theocracy and China 's was a Monarchy. Social pecking order varied between the two, too. In Egypt, the Pharaoh was the sun and stars over the entire of Egypt, he was accepted to be a resurrection of God. In china be that as it may, home and family were at the focal point of life. The two both assembled incredible structures, yet the Egyptians made Pyramids while the Chinese constructed the Great Wall of China. The antiquated Egyptians covered the dead with thought to conservation because of the conviction that the souls could utilize their bodies in existence in the wake of death.
Golden Ages are periods in a civilization where culture, art, literature, economic stability, and often
Qin Shi Huangdi and Caesar Augustus’s domination of multiple empires during their different lifetimes is what lead to them gaining the title of the first emperor of their empires. With peace finally brought to their territories, they gained supreme power over all. Their commitment to honoring their title showed by the way they appealed to the people. But, having great power was a substantial responsibility. They constantly had to show dedication to their empires, so the people never doubted why they were in power. Qin and Caesar had numerous ways which showed the way they established their political authority and justification to lead.