The greek forms of political organization were generally less centralized than those of Chinese civilization
The Chinese forms of political organization were generally less centralized than those of Greek civilization.
The greeks were unable to develop sophisticated philosophical systems of thought
The chinese were unable to develop sophiscticated philosophical systems of thought
Cyrus the Great
Between 800 B.C. and 400 B.C.E
Before 800 B.C.E
After 400 B.C.E
During Myceanaean civilization
Between 800 B.C. and 400 B.C.E.
Before 800 B.C.E.
After 400 B.C.E.
After 400 B.C.E.
The pantheon of mesopotamian gods
The pantheon of egyptian gods
The indo-european culture of migrating Dorians
Feudal vassals loosely controlled by a single ruler
A unified empire under a single ruler
There was a growing spirit of loyalty to the community rather than to individuals
There was a greater commitment on the part of all citizens of the city states to public service
All poleis banned the aristocracy from further participation in the affairs of the city-states and initiated truly democratic governments
More people became eligible for military service, which in turn made more people qualified for political participation
Free farmers from the countryside
The Chinese lacked the bureaucracy that made democratic government in Greece possible
Greek politics emphasized a single, centralized system of authority.
China placed less emphasis on hierarchy and obedience to authority than did the Greeks.
The Greeks placed more emphasis on participation and less on bureaucracy.
The oracle at Olympus
The oracle at Delphi
Alexander the great's empire
The Athenian empire.
The Persian empire
The Spartan empire.
Alexander the Great
Cyrus the Great.
Greek religion was more strongly spiritual than either the Indian or Chinese religion
Greek religion was a comparatively primitive belief in spirits of nature elevated into a complex set of gods
The Greeks failed to develop a religion of any kind
Greek religion was a vastly more sophisticated belief based on moral precepts and a strong attachmeni to an afterlife.
The struggle between man and nature
The mystery religions
The pantheon of gods
China's economy paid less attention to improving manufacturing technology.
Greece failed to colonize as did China during the classical period.
China was not an agricultural economy.
Greece depended more on slave labor than did China.
Urging that all citizens participate directly in law and policy making
In its concept of citizenship
Urging that the state adopt policies to benefit ordinary citizens
Naming experienced leaders as military generals
Separating foreign residents from citizens
Respect for elders
Faith in authority
Stressed the importance of practical applications
Stressed the regional regularities of nature
Emphasized the mysterious forces of nature
Was purely theoretical
Heavily influenced China's scientific approach
The tendency of regional fragmentations
The wide interest in diverse political theory
The use of military rulers
The role of slave labor in providing revenues
The inclusion of women as political leaders
Emphasized tall towers and steeples not emphasize balance monumental styles
Did not emphasize balance
Featured monumental styles
Was particularyly devoted to government buildings
Avoided the use of color and decoration
Emination of foreign influences from Greek culture
Establishment of a unified government for the eastern Mediterranean
Birth of mystery religions and the forced migration of the Jewish people
Spread of Greek culture throughout the eastern Mediterranean
Destruction of regional trade and commerce.
Equals to men, especially when it came to voting
Inferior to men in both social and political affairs
Slaves in every household
None of the above
Dependence on slavery for labor
Fluid social structure
Unbroken dynastic cycle
Authoritarian patriarchal family structure
Decentralized political structure