Differences for the cities are the way they have succeeded economically. Some are rich in agriculture while others have established trading routes to attain food to sustain their populations. Another key difference between all the cities is their tolerance for religion, some countries are open to other faiths while some are closed and use violence to inflict their religion. 3) Inferences that future historians would make on these cities is that they are all highly populated, they are all port cities open for trade, they are all multicultural and they all are flourishing economically. Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver are thriving economically because they are all port cities which enable them to trade.
The Romans influenced such a vast area of the world for an extended amount of time due to their superior engineering skills. Aqueducts are one of their many inventions and arguably the greatest of their time and many years after. Before aqueduct technology, humans were restricted to build cities around natural water sources such as springs and rivers. These restricted cities grew crowded—not to mention also feculent and odious due to lack of a sewer system. Aqueducts enabled the Romans to grow in many different aspects including the size of their empires and their army.
CCOT essay: During the time of 600-1450 the trading patterns of West Africa and the Mediterranean region were developing rapidly. However, the peoples were affected by these developing trading patterns, made sure to keep some aspects of the original patterns the same. Some of the changes that were instituted include the advancement of the transportation that was used, as well as the extension of trade into new areas of both regions. But, West Africa and the Mediterranean did keep their trade goods the same, as well as their peaceful ways of trading with other regions. The change or advancement in transportation as it pertains to the trading patterns of these two regions, happened relatively quickly.
The sea draws the sailors closer to one another. While being out on the sea for long periods of time, the sailors shared stories, memories, and images from their lifetime. This sharing led to the sailors understanding and realization of the varying personalities between each other, creating a stronger bond and importance of the sea. | 2. “They were conquerors…They grabbed what they could get for the sake of what was to be got.
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. Eventually these dynasties have appeared all over Asia and went into a period of warfare against each other called the Warring States Period. After the period was resolved by unification of the empires and reforms the first Chinese empire appeared called the Qin Empire. Although the Qin didn’t last long, they performed many great acts such as created thousands of miles of roads to help unify China and canals connecting the river systems of Northern and Southern China. This helped pave the way for greater development however the harsh oppression of force labor to make all these things make the Qin empire weak to rebellion and fell when Shi Huangdi the emperor died in 210 B.C.E passing the empire ship to the long
He emerged as the wealthiest private individual in early twentieth century, and earned the title of “Lumber King” . He was also known for his contribution towards the development of the great West. Mr. Booth and Mr. Weyerhaeuser became very successful industrialists with the common traits of entrepreneurs, including strong leadership, determination, and risk-taking, yet they had different attitudes towards nurturing high potential venture opportunities. Both industrialists displayed strong leadership qualities throughout their careers. They were truly self starters who built empires with their own meagre capital.
Baha' al-Din Ibn Shaddad wrote The Rare and Excellent History of Saladin (translated by scholar D.S. Richards) within a decade of the end of the Third Crusade. Shaddad was a scholar who met Saladin on multiple occasions and wrote many treatises on the Third Crusade. Shaddad's works were well known at the time by his contemporaries and his works were serious, scholarly works. This is the reason
Describe the conquests of Alexander the Great and analyze the legacy of his empire Alexander the Great was a very powerful man. He was a king, a military tactician and troop leader. He had quite an accomplished life in the short space of time he would have lived. Including in his accomplishments were his many conquests. In three hundred and thirty five B.C (335 B.C), as general of the Greeks in a campaign against the Persians originally planned by his father, he carried out a successful campaign against the defecting Thracians, penetrating to the Danube River.
The Impact of Zheng He’s Voyages Envoy of Culture Zheng He helped spread the advanced Chinese culture and civilization to the outside world. At the time various countries and regions in Southeast Asia, South Asia and Africa lagged behind China in many aspects. China’s advanced knowledge and skills in navigation, oceangoing ship building, agriculture, manufacturing, construction, leech craft and meteorology, as well as its Confucius ideology were shared with other nations. When Zheng He traveled across the oceans he helped people in other lands improve their lives through religion, road building and well digging, and brought about great cultural impact to areas all along the Southeast Asian coast and the east coast of Africa. At the time, the trend was to learn all Chinese things.
One of the most and notable similarity is the history that we share. For example, one in Turkey can talk about the glorious “Conquest of the city of Istanbul”, in like manner; one in Greece talks about the “fall of the city of Istanbul”. Perhaps, on that account; not only in Greece there is small group of people who hates Turks but also in Turkey there is a limited group of people who hates Greeks. Another big similarity will be the importance that we give to the temples, the churches and the mosques in Turkey. Today, one of the most important touristic symbols of Turkey might be considered as Ayasofya.