Former kingdoms that operated under a monarchy were the Mycenaeans. They ruled Greece from 2000 to 1100 B.C.E. Under a monarchy, a king lived in a palace in the capital city. Outside the capital city would be little villages whose people paid taxes to the king for protection. They would also have to obey his laws. Kings usually retained their political power for life.
Okonkow was bit worried and in fear since his father was not hardworking and successful man in the society. In the village his father seems to be weak and has debt for everybody. Bed reputation by his father to fear in his life and he doesn’t want to be like his father. He wants to take over his father’s action and he wants now to be wealthier in the society. He always demands his family members always to work hard for long duration of time despite their capability and the ages to get more wealth and elf sufficient.
• Punishments: very harsh which helped to keep the crime percentage quite low and in control, examples- cursing the gods resulted in execution and stealing would cost the hand of the thief SOCIAL • Strict Social Classes: people were born into their social class, in very few circumstances were there opportunities to change one’s social class - Nobles: Sapa Inca: emperor top of social structure Villac Umu: high priest who spoke directly to gods Royal Family: direct relatives of Sapa Inca who had high government positions Inca: noble class (Inca class), people of direct descendant from the first established city of Cuzco Inca by Privilege: trustworthy people who were appointed to this class later on when the empire was too expanded and there were not enough Incas to fulfil certain tasks - Public Administrators: Curacas: leaders from tribes the Incas conquered who had to report to the Incas and function under their control, they had the opportunity to keep their previous position if the followed and showed acts of loyalty Tax Collectors: one was needed for every family, there was a strict hierarchy of tax collectors Record Keepers: tracked taxes, supplies, storage, money -
He expresses his feeling in his “heart, for I must hold my tongue” (1.2.160). This is an important quote because it is important to understand because it allows to the reader to see that Hamlet cannot speak to anyone about how he feels. As an effect to his decision of not speaking out, this allowed for rage and discomfort to grow inside him which will be one of the main reasons as to why he is legitimately going insane. With these various stressors in his life, it gives more evidence and reasoning to why he often experienced constant signs of depression and suicidal thoughts. The signs of distress he showed throughout the play are highlighted tremendously since he experienced major signs of depression.
Before the deaths of Oedipus and his sons, Creon had dedicated himself as an art patronage for the king, but ever since he had become king himself, he has then surrendered himself entirely to the throne and to the power he has now have. In the play, Creon has Polyneices body defined on the ground while Eteocles body is honorably buried. Creon feels that he cannot give equal share to both brothers because one was a traitor and the other was loyal. Creon’s pride oversees any other way in justify them so he then enforce a law in which states Polyneices body will remain untouched and not buried and those who disobey will be punished.
These decisions cause not only his death but also deaths of many others. The reasons behind these decisions are what helped the play’s theme to develop. In Macbeth's life he was so focused on his ambition that he was blind to see what he was leading himself into. He becomes so focused on becoming king that he forgets about his family and friends the ones that care and love him.
First, I will discuss young Prince Alexander’s education. Prince Alexander’s
Nobility in the Privy Council possessed more power than lords and the common people of Parliament; the Privy Council gave advice to the queen and dealt with a plethora of matters while Parliament dealt with financial affairs. In conclusion, a large majority of people in government positions were nobility, with the queen having the most power and the Privy Council and Parliament providing assistance with matters concerning the ruling of
Without a king or a clear ruler in society then kingdoms would fall apart. This was very important in the play King Lear. It was known that King Lear was growing old and had to give up his throne eventually. The king must give up his seat to one of his children, otherwise he might give the throne to someone in nobility. In the play King Lear, he had to give his throne to one of his daughters because of his old age.
Knights were also in charge of taking care and protecting the manor. For the rest of their lives, knights spent time in war, and the rest around their master’s manor, after climbing up the 5 steps to knighthood lived out the rest of his life on his own
What does the text SAYS What the text DOES “Nothing is beautiful and true.” (p.43) I chose this quote because even though Oskar wanted to be like his father so much, he was still traumatized by the tragedy. Ever since his father died, he has become a more complex thinker.
Equality was shame upon because the government made everyone uniform or at least tried. “We strive to be like our brothers, for all men must be alike.” (Rand, 19). For the fear of being the odd one, Equality had to strive the someone he wasn’t for a long time. ¨We, Equality 7-2521, were not happy in those years in the Home of Students.¨ (21).