They perceived threats to security; this led to war and then increased the length of border. The difference between their expansions was that Imperial Rome built its army from citizen-farmers, due to the conquest Rome had many slaves. Han Chine had a military at their disposal to enlarge the empire. Han China had conquered many lands but unlike Imperial Rome, Han China did not have slaves as a result of their growing territory. In order to work in the office of Imperial Rome he had to serve 10 years as a solider; while, Han China picked the upper class through the family.
Virginia and Massachusetts are considered to be two of the most well known colonies that resulted from European expansion and conquest. Although economic development in both colonies began around the same time, the way they were “brought up” created various distinguishable differences between them. The differing religions and views of the people who began these two colonies' development led to their very different political and economic systems. Although both colonies were established at the same time, Massachusetts and Virginia developed to be two very different places. The Virginia Companies was not as successful as Massachusetts because Massachusetts' success came through smart decisions regarding food and planning.
Propaganda including, pictures of themselves all over the country, forcing people to worship him/her, and controlling what people talked about. Propaganda is used throughout the world in dictatorships, as well as any other form of government. The Han Dynasty(located in China) and Imperial Rome had many similarities and differences, such as: in both dynasties, they had one leader that controlled just about every aspect of the country, however, one of the major differences between the two were that in the Han Dynasty they had a monarchy form of government, where one man/woman is nominated to be the emperor/king, while in Imperial Rome the government was a family dictatorship, that’s a form of dictatorship where the leader has a cabinet of advisors to help him/her, such as a president or prime minister has. The Han Dynasty and Imperial Rome’s government were similar in many ways. Both dynasties made many great advancements, ecological and technological.
Also there were may things built to improve in the safety of the people. There are many similarities and differences between the pax romana of Rome and the Golden Age of Han China. Both dynasties had great inventions, China had built many monuments to help them while Rome did not build much to help them survive. Both the Han dynasty and ancient Rome went through their golden age. The Han dynasty went through their golden age around 600 C.E.
Qin China and Imperial Rome In this essay I am going to be comparing the methods of political control between Qin China and Imperial Rome. With China being located in the west and Rome being in the east, these two empires did have some differences and similarities between in each other. According to, (Hansen, pg#126) both China and Rome conquered expansive territories that soon made them the two leading empires of the world. The Chinese governance was more centralized and bureaucratic than then Romans. That meant that they had a more professional administration.
How did Buddhism become the most popular faith in all of East Asia? 5. How did the silk roads facilitate the spread of Hinduism and Christianity? 6. Why is the rise of Manichaeism such a good example of the relationship between long-distance trade and the spread of religion?
Imam B Originally secluded far away from each other, civilizations began trading with other civilizations in order to attain resources they did not have in exchange for ones that they did have. However, these traders needed a safe route from one civilization to another and therefore, trade networks that were protected by empires, such as the Silk Road, enabled traders a way to get from Africa to Europe to China safely to trade goods. Throughout history, trade has intentionally transformed civilizations by spreading religions and cultures, and by introducing new products and ideas; trade has unintentionally transformed civilizations by transmitting diseases to new places and reducing the uniqueness of individual cultures. The spread of religion
They isolated themselves from other countries; but after their imperialisms in the late 1800s, the countries went on different paths. China remained traditional and denied modernization and suffered because of it, while Japan emulated the imperial powers and became an imperial power themselves. Before the early 1700s and the late 1800s, China was a leading nation. China was fairly strong during earlier periods of history. It had a strong and peaceful government during the Qing Empire and imperial powers such as Britain and the U.S. were interested in Chinese goods.
Both of these places have very difficult geography. A mountain range called the Qinling cuts from west to east, making the eastern part of Classical China isolated from the rest of the civilizations of India and the West. This mountain range also separates Northern and southern china. Because of the infrequent contact with foreigners, the Chinese thought they were more superior and diverse than other places and made their own culture. Thinking this, they called china the “Middle Kingdom,” or Zhonggou, meaning the center of the world.
In 200 B.C.E. is when the Han Dynasty first established Silk Roads and since the beginning of the establishment, all the way through 1450 C.E., Silk Roads were deeply an important change that happened to connect China in the east to the empires of the west. Although over tim different products and goods were changed including trading partners, the exchange of innovations and culture which led to cultural diffusion, became a continuity as well. Roughly around 200 B.C.E, the Silk Roads came into use. By that time, they linked the Roman Empire to the Han Dynasty.