Han Dynasty China A Comparison Imperial Rome and Han China Both lasted approximately 400 years Both had populations of about 50 million Origins of empire Han China built on earlier imperial traditions ID: 274118 Download Presentation
Consuls (at the highest level) held power that extended over the lands Rome ruled.. At the end of their one-year term, they entered the Senate of Rome, the highest legislative and consultative body of the government..
Judaism and Christianity. A model of Ancient Jerusalem. Objective: . Examine the causes and effects of . the Rise of Christianity in ancient Rome. What do you know about how Christians were treated under the Roman Empire?.
. The Byzantine Empire-The Eastern half of the Roman Empire. The dividing line was chosen because most territories to the west of the line spoke Latin and followed traditional Roman culture, while the territories to the east spoke Greek and maintained less traditional Roman ways..
Rome built great stuff. Rome built great roads to travel on and aqueducts to bring water into the city.. Rome also built great stadiums and amphitheaters for the entertainment of the people.. Romans also developed the use of the arch. .
What internal and external problems destroyed Rome?. A New Emperor. From the end of Diocletian’s reign as emperor in . 305 CE . until . 312 CE . there was fighting in the Roman empire (chaos and disunity…).
The Roman Empire at its Height. The Roman Empire became huge. It covered most of Europe, North Africa, and some of Asia. The Empire reached its height under Emperor Diocletian (284-305 CE). Expansion: Good or Bad?.
5.5. What caused the Decline?. Economic Problems. Foreign Invasion. Decline in traditional values. Dividing the Roman Empire. Political Violence. The . Pax. . Romana. comes to an end with the death of Marcus Aurelius in 180.
Han Dynasty China: . A Comparison. Imperial Rome and Han China. Both lasted approximately 400 years. Both had populations of about 50 million. Origins of empire. Han China built on . earlier imperial traditions.
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The Roman Empire and
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