After crating the Suez Canal Britain had a free market and a huge economical advantage because of the shorter route to Asia, the canal saves the European ships from going around Africa to going stright to Asia, it gained more money and goods fror using the Canal. After the British left, Sudan is now and independent country that rules it self and runs its own economy but, since they left Sudan was ruled by the Arabian-Muslim side of Sudan despite the fact that the government was changed several times and it didn’t work, the two sides (Muslim and Christian) can’t agree to either be peaceful nor live together. At the time Cristians wanted a Christian ruler Muslims want their Muslim ruler (Omar Albasheer) which created a racial tension between the
Besides, up to the XIX century, there was no larger dome in diameter. The name of the temple of the Greek means "The temple of all the gods" (Perdew, 2015). It is the perfect example of a Roman temple, which reached virtually without any changes to the present day (Perdew, 2015). The architect Apollodorus of Damascus, who was also the author of many buildings in the Roman Forum, built it during the reign of Emperor Hadrian in Rome (Perdew, 2015). For centuries, the appointment of the Roman Pantheon had changed several times.
As a result, they did not have as much political power in Rome. During this time, Rome was run as a republic, a state where power is held by the people and their elected representatives. In Rome, they had two consuls who were in complete power and the Senate who would make the laws. Any male
One major difference is that the Spartan government had two kings that came from separate royal families which tied back to their legendary founders (Agiads and Eurypontids). The government of Athens had no king. It is also worth noting that all Spartan male citizens were soldiers and equally shared right of fighting for Sparta unlike in Athens were there were male citizens who were land owners among other non-military wealthy Athenians. The also differ in that Athens was a very democratic society which also produced a lot of philosophers unlike Sparta that produced well trained soldiers and ruled by military dictatorship as opposed to the popular myth of Spartans being equal (socially and
The Romans were not the first to build roads; the Greeks, Persians, and Etruscans had begun building roads long before the Romans. However, none of the roads built before the Romans were engineered to such a degree of skill that the Romans had employed when they began building roads, which took place as early as the fourth century BC and continued until well into the fourth century AD. Furthermore, no other nation at the time had a true system of roads that was available for everyone to use; the use of roads was typically restricted to certain individuals. Breaking this president paved the way for the Roman road system to make history through its various impacts, notably in how it provided solid unification and largely extended the life expectancy
With the Abbasids came economic prosperity. The conquered trade routes from the richest provinces of the Roman Empire now meant that the Arabs controlled routes to the east. Bagdad developed into a massive commercial market that connected Europe, Central Asia, and Africa. This led to an exchange of ideas, technology, and culture. But with the growth of the empire, the caliph had become less of the spiritual leader of Muslims and
Instead, Britain’s monarchies were constitutional. A constitutional monarchy is a form of government in which a monarch acts as the head of the state, but typically adopts a parliamentary system as well. The inclusive government serves as the sole wellspring of political power in state and is not lawfully bound by any constitution. Because of various historical matters, the power of the Britain monarchy started to decline the day it was established. To understand fully the reasons why Britain never achieved absolute monarchy, we need to look into the turning points in the English history.
Often when one is prompted to think of an empire, the Roman Empire comes to mind. The Romans started from a small piece of land along the Tiber River in central Italy, and within a millenia amassed an unprecedented territory comprising of parts of all 3 known continents of the ‘old world’ and dozens of countries, peoples, cultures, and languages. This massive empire certainly had a large impact on its peoples during its power; however, even today one may find the massive impact of the Roman empire in various languages, governments, and religions all over the globe. Language is one of the most important aspects of a culture. Language dictates how and what people literally and figuratively speak to one another.
This expansion exposed Carthage to contact with other great powers including Greece and Rome. The power of Rome According to Trueman (2015), the Romans were not contented with the conquered land near Rome as they realized that land further away might also be very rich and can make Rome richer. The conquest of Italy still left Rome with a lot of energy and resources and she was bended to expand her empire. With
This form of government was represented either by kingdoms or empires. Sparta is a good example of this system. Though, I would not call it a monarchy because true power was in the hand of the Guerousia and the Ephors, which makes it more of an oligarchy. Later in the ages before the Archaic period, things started to change in city-states and few monarchies, and later most governments in Greek turned into oligarchies. An oligarchy is a type of government in which a very small group of people, determined by nobility, religiousness, or any other criterion, held the power and ruled the populace of the country or, in case of Greek, the city-state(Carr, 2017).