Alexander, Han Dynasty, Roman Empire, Hinduism, Islam Essay

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Analyze the impact of Alexander’s conquest on the Afro-Eurasian world. How did his military pursuits, and those of his successors, bring together various worlds?
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-middle-east to goods of Mediterranean, money based economy, and greek ideas
-plunder made economic expansion in med.
-Selecus, Ptolemy, Antigonus, Lysimachus, and others divided empire
-syria(selucids), Macedonia(Antigonids), Egypt(Ptolemies)
-fierce competition through international relations

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Zoom Describe the influence of Hellenism on societies outside Greek homeland during this time period. What aspects of Hellenistic culture held broad appeal for diverse groups?
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-culture was common denominator of style,
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standards of living increased
-no conflicts with outside territories
-economic production increased
-han and roman culture expands through empires
-agriculture expands and increases
-empereors viewed as high oficials or demi-gods
-many items traded on silk road

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Explain the concepts of the Pax Sinica and Pax Romana. How did the Han and Roman leaders promote long periods of peace and prosperity in Eastern and Western Afro-Eurasia, respectively? continued

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Wu built jade gate and garrison cities to protect trade.
Augustus made roads, fire departments, bathrooms, police, couriers, and also made Rome have a standing army to defend itself

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Compare and contrast the concept of emperor in the Han dynasty with that in the Roman Empire. What role did each emperor play in the governing structure of his respective empire?
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Han- mandate of heaven
-ruling family
-emperor was his own gov.
-will of emperor is paramount
Roman-cultivate surplus wealth
-new political orders
-depended on Roman citizens and power of the army
-immense, feared individuals

both-semi-gods gods in death breakup of provinces elect officials made laws structured military cultivate economy with agriculture decides to expand

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Compare and contrast Roman strategies for promoting peace and stability along its borders with those of the

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