Similarities And Differences Of The Ancient Greek And Greek Civilizations

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Ancient Civilizations of the ancient world have explained a lot of things in our present days, but what makes it so great is that it’s architecture. The ancient Greek and Ancient Roman are very rich and variable history and culture, but also they had similarities and differences The Ancient Greek and Ancient Roman civilizations had some differences although they are very close to each other. First, they had different social systems; the ancient Greek divided their social systems into five categories: slaves, freedmen, metics, citizens and women , and in the ancient Greek women were not given a position they were like to be less than slaves, but in the ancient Roman civilization they dived into four categories: freedmen, slaves, plebians and patricians, and women were considered citizen if they were not born into slavery, however they were not able to hold any position or vote. Second, The ancient Greek created and developed the three famous classical orders which is Doric, Ionic and Corinthian, On the other hand Ancient Roman took the classical order with making minor differences and created the arch and used it in their buildings. Third, The ancient Greek people focused of their lives, never planning on life in after death, but Ancient Roman people believed that if they were ideal and model citizens they could become god in afterlife, But ancient Roman expanded by conquer but the Ancient Greek were sea traders, Another difference that the ancient Greek used plaster, wood,

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