In ancient Egypt government and religion were really close. The Pharaoh has been the leader of the Egyptians since the beginning of Egypt. He was the ruler of the people recognized as the common, that includes the slaves, and of the people who had a great deal of money. He can construct laws, demolish laws, lead his army of men. The Pharaoh was helped by a hierarchy of advisors, priests, officials, and administrators, who were responsible for the concern of the state and the well-being of the people.
Hammurabi’s Code DBQ King Hammurabi’s rule began in the city of Babylon. He later then extended his control by taking over Larsa and Mari a large part of Mesopotamia. After expanding his land, Shamash, the god of justice presented him with a code of 232 laws (Doc A). These laws were then influenced throughout the community and were considered a part of the communities culture. I disagree with Hammurabi’s code because most laws were to cruel and targeted certain people.
Source B, "Chart of Medieval European feudalism," and source c, "Map of the spread of Islam" are both connected to the power of political. After reading the details in Source B, it is clear that there was a social pyramid to show who was on the top and bottom, the money range of all the people, and what they did. The head of the social pyramid was the king, the king had all the power, he has all the money, and makes the rules. The next person was the lords and they were military aids and they were loyal. The second to last person on the pyramid was the knights.
The Consuls are considered the monarchy branch of Rome's government because they are the "supreme masters of the administration". In matters of war, they "impose on the allies levies", "appoint Military Tribunes", and gather up troops for war. The Senate, on the other hand, is the aristocracy part of Rome's government. They controlled "the treasury" and made decisions concerning foreign countries. Lastly, the democracy branch belonged to the citizens of Rome.
One of Mali’s most famous rulers was Mansa Musa. He did many things during his rule such as encouraging learning and the arts and even extended the boundaries of his kingdom. One of the most famous things he did in his rule was go on a pilgrimage to Mecca. According to a story, 500 slaves, 60,000 followers, and 80-100 camel loads went along with him.
The executive branch consists of the President, Vice President and all of the departments that help run the government. The executive branch carries out all laws that are passed by the legislative branch. The executive branch also commands the armed forces, makes treaties and conducts foreign policy. The judicial branch consists of all of the national courts and is responsible for interpreting the laws, punishing criminals and settling disputes between the states. The judicial branch also reviews lower court decisions.
Europeans were going to rely on a heavy reliance on military power, size, and strategic tactics to take and maintain control of African colonies. France set out to establish itself in North Africa shortly after 1870, first by establishing a protectorate in Tunisia in 1881 with the signing of the treaty of Bardo. With the French raid of Algeria and defeat of the Tunisian Kroumer tribe, the French looked to gain more territory. Jules Ferry, a French foreign minister, played a crucial part, managing to send a small army of French forces consisting of approximately 36,000 troops to defeat the Kroumer tribe. French armed forces continued their advance and invasion into Tunisia shortly after.
Introduction The Mandinka are West African people that live by both the Islamic teaching and traditional practices. The Mandinka are a patrilineal group, and the oldest male is the head of the lineage. The Mandinka rely heavily on agriculture and trade with local villages and with Arabs. The majority of the Mandinka people practice a mix of Islam and traditional belief. Sundiata translated by D.T Niane is an epic about a legendary emperor who grew up from a crippled kid to powerful ruler who defeats evil and brings Mali into its golden age.
154). If we clarify this idea, feeding and maintaining this large army had been embodied with the help of domestic producers. Development of the domestic market certainly, attracted the people who were living the around, even the out of the borders of Roman Empire. This strategy helped the Roman Empire to extend its borders, and propagandize Roman style.
A well-organized government and bureaucracy were vital to the smooth running of the large and culturally diverse empire. The sultan ruled as an absolute monarch, but the empire was divided into provinces ruled by governors. The sultan was also supported by a vast network of advisors, officials, and administrators who carried out the various duties of managing the empire. Showing a willingness to adapt different methods, the Ottomans used features from a mix of governmental systems to create their own form of rule, and they also allowed some local political and legal customs to continue to function. Given the diversity of the empire 's inhabitants, the Ottomans found it useful to divide populations into groups called millets, which were based
The Roman Empire is considered to be one of the greatest empires in all of history. During its centuries long run, the empire was able to conquer and rule large portions of Europe and Africa. As such, the Roman Empire is often used as the model for the creation of a successful government. The United States, a modern major power, has a government that closely mirrors of ancient Rome. The three-branch system currently used by the US government was originally a concept created and developed by the Romans.
Their social organization was class-based hierarchy under king or emperor armies. As I was reading all those four classification you can see when they go to the next classification they eventually evolve. They have more people part of the society and they start to settle and have leaders. Also, the individuals start performing one task.
The Niger River was the life-blood of Mali, and was imperative to helping the empire become prosperous and dominant. Mali lay along the upper Niger River and the fertile soil helped Mali to grow, and allowed the people to control trade on the winding body of water. However, Mali’s rise to power began under a ruler named Sundiata. When Sundiata was a child, a despotic ruler conquered Mali, but then later as an adult Sundiata built up an army and won back his country’s independence. In the 1230’s he vanquished nearby kingdoms including Ghana.