When comparing the Roman and Aztec Empire, it is clear to see similarities and differences within each civilization. Between government, religion, warfare, remarkable similarities defined two of the greatest civilizations. The differences such as social structure and economy are more prevalent between each empire.
Rome and America have a lot in common but both have there differences I will point out some things in common and things that are not in common.We have so many things to learn.Fast fact women get kidnapped because they were not common.Now I will tell you about Rome
Political integration between both empires had both similarities and differences, most notably being different with the ways they chose those to rule. In Imperial Rome, bureaucracy relied on local elites (landholders) and the middle-class citizens to control provinces. Imperial Rome was far less complex, compared to the bureaucracy of Han China. Many official positions within the government were bought or became hereditary through family wealth as opposed to earned by merit, due to this fact, the Roman bureaucracy often suffered from poor governance. One of the reasons the empire was so unified even
The citizens of Rome had elected their leaders just like the US. Also the US had kept slaves and so did Rome. But the US had stop slavery and then they stopped treating black people bad. Rome had made very cruel punishment for breaking laws, Even more cruel than what the US does. For example in Rome, If decided to touch the governor of Rome and it say 's in their law touching the governor is forbidden, then you just have to say good to your friends, relatives, and family. But the US sometimes give
Romans made more of an impact on the Mediterranean area. Even though Greece split up and covered a large amount of land. Greece resulted in getting destroyed by invasions. Rome had a large majority of battles and wars in the area. They both empires were later destroyed, but Rome had a greater impact.
Rome from 71 BCE to 476 BCE and Han China from 206 BCE to 220 BCE are two very well-known classical empires. These two empires have similarities and differences in their political systems, religion, and social structure. The romans had a democratic government whereas China had a singular ruler. Imperial Rome was monotheistic and Han China was polytheistic. While they both had similar class structures, China had a three tiered social system and the Romans only had two divisions in their class structure.
Many people argue that the culture of the Ancient Romans reflect that of the United States today. While there have been many advancements over the course of the years, a few basic principles still apply and can be seen in the United States today. Although there a few key differences that can be seen between the two cultures, it is important that one focuses on similarities to see how the United States has developed as a whole. Roman culture was similar to what the United States is today by the form of government and types of entertainment.
“Veni, vidi, vici” – Julius Caesar by this he meant “I came, I saw, I conquered”. (www.brainyquote.com) These are three things Julius Caesar did in Rome. Julius Caesar was significant in Rome because he was instrumental in ending the Roman Republic and beginning the Roman Empire, he created job programs for poor romans and took power away from the senators who hated him for it. He is one of the most famous people in ancient Rome. Julius Caesar was a soldier, “Roman general and dictator”. (www.ducksters.com) He took power from Rome using force. He was hated by some of the Roman senators. “Julius Caesar was stabbed 23 times by the Senators who assassinated him”. (www.dkfindout.com)
Without doubt, American Indian culture of America is a broad topic to discuss. Two cultures which tend to settle far away from each other still segment some things in common and when the research goes deeper they even differ from each other in some cases. The Pueblo people of the American Southwest settle in the desert of currently known New Mexico and Arizona. The tribes of the Mississippi Valley settled at the bank of the Mississippi river. Their way of life differs from each other when it comes to the economy, government, way of worship, housing and a lot more but they even share some things in common such as their way of clothing and sometime diet. They seem more different then identical.
The Carthaginians had a very strong fleet and were able to supply their troops in Sicily whenever needed. (Potter, pg.80) When the Romans did manage to put together a makeshift fleet they were able to defeat the Carthaginians in battle but because of their inexperience they faced a large number of casualties due to non- related factors such as storms. (Potter, pg.81) In 241 BC both sides had lost hundreds and thousands of men and were running low on resources. (Potter, pg.68) Finally, Rome was able to defeat the last Carthaginian fleet which left Carthage unable to supply their troops stationed in Italy. (Potter, pg.69) A treaty was drawn which included the ability of Carthage to keep all of their territories except for Sicily and a rather small amount of money that they must pay
According to Morey (1901), Carthage was a wealthier nation with brilliant leaders, rich in commercial resources. It had a more powerful navy and they showed their greatness in their successes. On the other hand, Rome was better organized and had a more efficient army. It depended on the well-organized political system and the character of its people. And the greatness of Rome was revealed in the dark hours of disaster and trial (Chapter 14, para. 5).
The government structure of Carthage was not based on monarchy and not influenced by the city of Tyre in Phoenicia, but it had a system to elect officials responsible in the assembly. The elite aristocratic was the powerful fingers who held the political, military and judicial power, in the same way, the aristocracy controlled the Roman Republic. (Cartwright, 2016). In the Roman society, the patricians held the wealth and the highest government position. The Roman government structure consisted of two consuls, who govern the republic, a Senate only elected from the wealthy patricians, and the lower class plebeians had no power to participate in the politics and only allowed to vote. The two parties the patricians and the plebeians were not allowed to marry each other, however, through time the plebeians gained some power to elect their own representative at the Senate. (US History, n.d).
The Roman empire was one of the most powerful or the most powerful empire in ancient times. A portion of this can be credited to its location in an area with good geography and climate. However, once the empire was vast enough its geography varied quite a bit. It went from the moderate climate of northern Italy too much warmer climates in northern Africa. In Italy, the central part of the empire, stood the city of Rome. Back when Rome was just a small village along the banks of the Tiber river, its geography gave it many advantages. One of the biggest of those is its location along a river. Because these were hundreds of years in B.C.E. people relied on rivers and ponds for drinking and bathing. However, rivers were much better than lakes
The ancient Romans and Greeks both began their legacy as a city-state; both of them are Mediterranean cities. Ancient Rome and ancient Greece both played a huge role in historic dynasty yet they are both different. Ancient Greece came to light after researches were made. The empire of Athens only lasted 5 years, where Rome 's empire lasted 500 years. Sculptures, paintings and architecture differ in each civilization.
When we think about ancient empires and their rivalries, many often refer to the Roman Empire and the Carthage Empire. Like an ancient west side versus east side story, the Roman Empire and the Carthage rose to power in their respective territories around the same time with the Carthage empire situated in the Mediterranean region and the Roman empire locate around the Italian Peninsula. These two empires have fought each other numerous times but for this write, we shall focus on the Carthage Empire and its rise to power.