The Roman Republic: A Comparative Analysis

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1) The early republic’s social division, which used to determine the shape of politic, and the great power of the senate has led to the demise of the Roman Republic. The people of the Roman Republic were divided according to the social status, most of the political power was in the hand of the Patricians, who were the members of certain elite families. The divided social status has given the most of power directly to the patrician men, who had dominated the Roman republic on both political and legal aspects. The most important institution of the republic was the senate, whose overwhelming power was a threat to the whole republic; they had a direct power over the military, expenditure, affairs of state, and all other aspects. The inequality …show more content…
The advancement of medicinal treatment with the help of many experiment and countless hours of close observation had lead them to the success. Result of that, they were able to cure many diseases and distinguished between measles and smallpox. They had also done many successful surgeries such as, cesarean sections and amputation, which contributed all the medicinal society. Another development of Islamic world was the technology, such as papermaking, hydraulics, and mechanical engineering. The technique of papermaking was spread to Europe from Islamic world. More than any, the improvement of hydraulics and mechanical engineering had enhanced human society by reducing their …show more content…
But the innovation and technological growth had also left great footsteps throughout the western culture. The improvement of previous era’s invention such as, mechanical clock and eyeglass had renewed internet among people. More than that, the invention of printing was the single greatest achievement of this period. The invention of printing had resulted mass printing and circulation of scholar and religious books. Another development in this time was the transformation of music. The sacred music was completely replaced by secular music. Apart from that, more voices were added on songs and the composing style was also different. There was less number of song that was based on Gregorian chants. Rather, new types of musical system came with new rhythmic system, where same pattern was use throughout the

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