The following dynasties also used a bureaucracy of government officials to help govern China. (15) It was during the Han dynasty that imperial bureaucracy was fully cemented. The emperors of the Han dynasty had three councilors of state, the Chancellor over the Masses, the Imperial Counselor and the Grand Commandant. Each of the
The Qin and Han dynasty had the same social classes due to confucianism. It can be described as a sophisticated and vague for each class. It was a 4 tiered system that consists of Emperor/Government, Peasants, Artisans and Merchants (Higher class to lower class). The Emperor was the head of the whole pyramid, no one could address him, nor the empress by their first name or they would face punishment.
The Mauryans had a bureaucracy which is a type of government where decisions are made by state officials instead of elected representatives. Their government was centralized and strong. It also had a postal service and taxed their citizens of the empire. They maintained a strong army that was helpful when conquering new territory. The Mauryans conquered a lot of territory throughout their rule but not near as much as China’s empires.
And now for our next story the Patricans create a Republic! Now you all may know that Rome had been a Monarchy for a long time. After the people got sick of this government a group was formed led by a man called Lucius Junius Brutus rebelled. They took down the previous Etrusken king and formed their own government, called a Republic. In the republic the people elected officials to govern for the people.
The Roman government had many bodies, The Senate was a body which had 300 members, the senate was a political institution in the ancient Roman Republic. It was not an elected body, but one whose members were appointed by the consuls, and later by the censors. Various popular assemblies in which all citizens voted on laws and elected officials. Officials were called magistrates, who put the law into practice, governed in the name of the senate and people, and acted as priests. The point when the most recent ruler was taken out by two magistrates known as consuls.
The Roman Empire did. The reasons are, citizenships in Rome were varied, everyone was treated equally, and those who gain too much power weren’t exiled out of their country. Varied Citizenship: Document A/E • Freed slaves could be citizens • Female and male children were citizens • Both male and female were citizens Document A tells you the gender and social classes that can be a citizen in Rome or Athens. Rome allowed almost everyone to be a citizen while Athens only allowed men. In Document E it shows that only males are going to vote and explains the process of how it works.
Quickly, their land transformed into a fertile and productive island, allowing trade and markets to become productive and one of the best. Aztec rule lasted from 1325-1521, which was lead by Huey Tlatcani or Great Speaker. The Aztec society had a small political system in placed, the senate or the city council “elected” the emperor who had absolute power and control over the empire. Since the government was based on hereditary rule, the senate had little to no control or preference over who would be emperor. Even though the senate could attempt to make decisions, in the end the emperor had the final
They were both similar in the way they ruled, because they did many good things that helped their nations grow, and be politically stable. In addition they enacted brilliant coup de tats to usurp control. However they were different because Caesar's work was built around cropping up the middle class, while Napoleon's work was centred around not redistributing the economy but building it
In fourteen years at the mission I had learned nothing about my own culture, I had been taught little in the white education matters. But we had to say grace before every meal, prayers at night, and attend Sunday School each week (Together,
Eagle : The Mayan symbol of Eagle stands for protection, authority, control, and is considered the symbol of unity or cooperation. It is also related with skill and determination because of its ability to fulfil its needs in the most efficient way. I believe it is important to be educated on not just ancient/indigenous religions, but on all religions as they played a significant part in history and have shaped the who we are and the world we live in today. Even if the particular religion isn 't practiced or used in present time, it is still worth being educated on due to its role in
Rome becomes a Republic in 510 B.C.E after overthrowing the Etruscans, and at the same time the Athenians were in a Revolution. Rich patricians ran the Senate and the courts, their votes counted more than the lower class. Both men and women were citizens, but only men could vote and the lower class were still able to participate in voting but counted less than the wealthy class. In 449 B.C.E., the government leaders made their laws into 12 great tablets, which were carved onto them. The Twelve Tables were their first laws put in writing, the laws guaranteed every citizen equal treatment under the law, but to some people in this time might seem bad or cruel.
the patricians were mostly wealthy people who were in the upper class that usually had more land and had plebeians which are lower class citizens work on it. Now let 's talk about the type of government that they used after rome decided to not use a monarchy government then it was a democracy which meant it was power to the people. it was also a tripartite government which meant it
One main similarity is the Roman empire, in the Mediterranean region, and the Hang dynasty, in East Asia, had an overextended population due to nomadic people which diminished the amount of available resources as well as the authority of the central government. One main difference involves the Roman empire where the nomadic people were able to create their own kingdoms first controlling the empire and then being diminished, whereas in the Hang dynasty the nomadic people assimilated to the Chinese culture at the start without altering the political systems.
Rome’s hierarchy system was very strict and it was based on how much money a family or person had. (Doc D) The Emperor was at the top, then it was his court which was made up of the wealthy and prestigious, then at the bottom the commoners, and people rarely moved between classes. (Doc D) Romans believed that the only way to a peaceful existence was through violence, victory, and no one opposing their rule. (Doc E) Christianity believed that you could have peace through nonviolence, justice, and when all was fair. (Doc E) Pliny the Younger, who was a Roman judge sentenced a group of Christians who would not buy sacrificial items for Roman gods to execution.
The United States government is very similar to Rome’s model of the Republic. The Roman society consisted of two different classes of people, the patricians and plebeians. The patricians, a status given by birthright, generally held the most power and control in society. The plebeians were considered to be a member of the lower class.