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    han China and Roman Empire Impact of geography on empire impact of resources/topography location/regional characteristics on development of civilization Political leadership leaders, laws, military, type of government, war, and relations with other countries Society the roles and legal status of women, class structure, and family life Religion/Philosophy religious beliefs and practices, ideas regarding humans, life on Earth and/or the afterlife Cultural Achievements include writing, construction of cities, literature, art, architecture, and oral traditions Economics include trade, currency, occupations, and resources does anyone know anything about these?

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    Han China and Roman Empire- The Roman Empire and Han Dynasty were both powerful influential forces in their heyday. Han China-The Han Dynasty emerged as a principal power in East Asia in 221 BCE after the fall of the Qin Dynasty in 206 BCE. They pioneered a political system and social structure in China that lasted for almost 2,000 years. They rapidly advanced Chinese technology, and created the cultural and political foundations for much of East Asia. Their influence is so profound that the majority of China's people still refer to themselves as "people of Han" and Chinese history refers to the period of the Hans Dynasty as a golden age. Roman Empire- The Roman Empire controlled the Western Mediterranean. The Roman people made unprecedented advances in science and technology, and organized an economy that was hitherto unprecedented in the Mediterranean. The Romans had different engineering accomplishments, than that of the Han. They laid down a legal code that forms the basis of most western legal codes. They left institutions, technology and infrastructure that would influence successors for centuries to come. Impact of geography on empire- The Roman Empire dominated most of Europe and much of Africa and the Middle East for centuries. So great was the empire that it influences geopolitics even today. Often overlooked is the role that geography played in the great city's rise to power. Several geographic advantages helped Rome to grow and ultimately dominate the known world. Next time please do post one question at the same time because most people will get very frustrated and confused if they see a lot of questions and well that just means whenever they give you the answers you will be confused as well since it'll be a lot. I hope this helped on your studies even if i didn't answer all of your questions i am pretty sure i answered some.

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