China: Political: China had 2 big dynasties the Zhou(1027-221) and the Shang(1750-1027)b.c.e. areas around the core kingdom were ruled by other members of the royal family or high ranking nobility. Around 800 b.c.e the Zhou power weekend so nomadic gropes started to attack and local rulers became more independent leading to wars with each other. Economic: products of the Chinese were silk, wheat, rice, and bronze. Possessing bronze objects was a sing of authority.
This type of exercise can have one of two outcomes, one the village people will get a taste of voting and democracy and will demand more of political control and influence. The other outcome will be that people are satisfied and feel that there is no need for change as mentioned above. The one political party in China roughly consist of 60 million members. The US government was established in 1787 when the constitutional convention voted for George Washington for president after defeating the British. Although the US has exercised democracy longer than the Chinese have practiced socialism, they are one of the oldest civilizations in history.
Explain why the economies differ 4. Conclusion Michael Grunglasse 9/12/11 Period 6 Essay - Early China VS. Nubia When comparing Early China(2000-221 BCE) with Nubia(3100-350 BCE) there are many similarities and differences. Nubia and Early China had similar monarchial governments, and women in both civilizations were treated with respect and had a relatively high status in government and society. This is mainly because of Confucianism and Nubia's adoption of appointing their daughters as “God’s Wife of Amon”. Early China and Nubia differ in the fact that they are located in very different geographical locations and had several different beliefs; this is due to the fact that Early China believed in Confucianism, Daoism, and Legalism whilst Nubia adopted the gods of Egypt and
Although both Han China and Imperial Rome had a centralized imperial government with an administrative bureaucracy, Han China implemented Confucian ideas and teachings into their administration, while Imperial Rome administered mainly with force. Han China and Imperial Rome were both large empires, so to maintain efficient rule over its people, they had a centralized imperial government. To further maintain efficient rule, they imposed an administrative bureaucracy. While both the Roman and the Han Empire had a bureaucracy, the Han’s bureaucracy was far more influential and active in society than that of the Romans. Emperors of both Imperial Rome and Han China gave local leaders the power to rule their distant lands.
Paige Lowe October 6, 2014 Classical Athens and Han China: How Great Were the Differences Two major civilizations, Classical Athens in the West and Han China in the East, had many differences but how great were they? Classical Athens and Han China were different due to their forms of government, the relationship between the individual and the state, their views on man and nature and their background information. Within the background information of both Athens and Han China there are very evident differences between the two. The first document shows the maps of both the empires side by side. The Han Empire is much bigger than the Athens city-state Attica which is a mere 50 miles long, while the Han Empire stretches over 2400 miles long.
One of the similarities the two civilizations has involved Kings and Queens, and other classes. The top ranking class of both China and Egypt were the Kings and Queens. In Egypt the next class involved other members from the upper class. Then below them were the middle class, which included merchants and artisans, and at the bottom were the peasants and farmers, they were the largest of the classes. In China, the classes below the Kings and Queens were the noble men, then the craftspeople, traders, farmers, and at last the
CCOT Changes in Continuities in China Analyze the changes and continuities within China during the time period from 1850 B.C.E to 220 C.E During the time period 1850 B.C.E to 220 C.E China had many great innovations, great empires, and great philosophical leaders. Some of these things include the invention of creating steel and molding steel to decrease the time it took to create things which allowed China to excel greatly beyond other countries. Other idealisms such as Religions Buddhism, Hinduism, and lifestyles such as Confucianism which promoted Nonviolence, and respect for one another. China had great warfare within itself during the Warring States period however once united it became a country who outperformed all other nations. The first structured dynasty of china the Shang created the structure for Chinese political and administrative formulation which was slightly altered but not greatly changed when the Zhou dynasty took over in 1027 B.C.E some of the Shang ideology’s we’re altered to match the Zhou’s but many we’re kept the same to appease the citizens.
The Ming (1368 - 1644) came earlier. It is also often seen by Chinese people as being more Chinese, since it overthrew the Yuan dynasty, which had imposed Mongolian rule on China, and was composed of ethnic Han. The Qing dynasty succeeded the Ming, and the ruling family was Manchurian - a culture that Chinese often saw as barbarian. The Manchurians, like the Mongols, have origins as invaders of China, although they lived in China longer and have become more 'assimilated' culturally than the Mongols. Ming China, in its early years, was undoubtedly the most powerful and wealthiest nation on Earth.
Hunter Donahue 1/11/10 Prd.4 During the early Modern Era, many Islamic empires raised to power, for example the Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals. These empires rose to power with their strong military and wealthy economy, but lacked a respectable government and an equal social structure, which later lead to the fall off their economies. This shows the gunpowder empires lack of a dependable infrastructure, through its abusive politicians and inequality between social classes. On the other hand, it also shows the gunpowder empires great militaristic strength, as well as the economic support it provides, and without that support it falls apart slowly overtime. The one true strength the gunpowder empires had, was its warfare.
Code of Hammurabi * 1772 BC * One of the oldest writing with length in the world * The 6th Babylonian king, Hammurabi created it * 282 laws * Social order was more important than individual rights * Woman’s sexuality should be sacrificed to confirm rightfulness * A family’s wealth should come by the husband/father * (Especially) Woman widows and divorcees needed society’s help * 50% of laws related to Trades * Shows that there were lots of merchants * Lower rank on triangle where more people are in that rank. * Connects to the 5 characteristics Technology (bronze, wheel, etc. ), Specialized workers, Advanced cities * More people making products. * Had no law against women owning property