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Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. Both Greece and Rome are Mediterranean countries, but the terrain of the two is very different. The ancient Greek city-states were separated from each other by hilly countryside and all were near the water.
Rome was inland, on one side of the Tiber River, but the Italic tribes in the boot-shaped peninsula that is now Italy did not have the natural hilly borders to keep them out of Rome. Greek art is considered superior to imitative Roman art. The goal of the classical Greek sculptors was to produce an ideal artistic form, where the goal of Roman artists was to produce realistic portraits for decoration.
This is obvious oversimplification, especially when considering the division of Greek art into the Mycenaean, geometric, archaic, and Hellenistic periods, in addition to the Classical, but the art we associate with Greece is the Venus de Milo, and the Roman art is the mosaic or wall painting known as fresco.
The economy of both Greece and Rome was based on agriculture. Greeks ideally lived on small self-sufficient wheat-producing farms, but bad agricultural practices made many households incapable of feeding themselves.
Big estates took over, producing wine and olive oil, which were also the chief exports of the Romans. The Romans, who imported their wheat and annexed provinces that could provide them with this all-important staple, also farmed, but they also engaged in trade.
It is thought that the Greeks considered such occupations degrading. In the cities, manufacturing went on. Both Greece and Rome worked mines. While Greece also had slaves, the economy of Rome was dependent on slave labor from the expansion until the late Empire.
Both cultures had coinage. Greek at least Athenian women were not citizens; Roman women were. Both societies were also divided according to wealth.
As are all the other categories, this is a complicated area and what is true of Athens is not true of Sparta.
Dealing with Athens, according to the literature, women were valued for not gossiping, for managing the household, and, most of all, for producing legitimate children. The aristocratic woman was secluded in the women's quarter and had to be accompanied in public places.
She could own, but not sell property. The Athenian woman was subject to her father, and even after marriage, he could ask for her return.Women: In Ancient Greece women had no rights.
They were property. In Rome, when ruled by kings, and then under the Republic, women were not property, but they had no rights.
During the Empire, Roman women had quite . The two ancient civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome were the best of the best during their time periods. Ancient Greece began around B.C. by the inhabitants known as the Mycenaean’s, followed by the Minoans.
The Minoans built the foundation of Greece. The Roman Empire was founded around. The two ancient civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome were the best of the best during their time periods.
Ancient Greece began around B.C. by the inhabitants known as the Mycenaean’s, followed by the Minoans. In the following pages I will attempt to compare/contrast the religious, cultural, economic and political systems of ancient Greece and Rome. Religion The pantheon of Greek gods and goddesses in enormously complex as religious myths created by many communities over a long period of time and space is difficult to summarize in a paragraph.
The Classical World: Greece and Rome [7th-8th grades] Kari Matthies Compare and contrast the politics, religion, and culture of classical societies with each other.
Compare and contrast the politics, religion, and culture of classical societies with modern society. Meaning.
The City-States. The political structures of Greece and Rome were based on a city-state model. However, the vastly different topographies of Greece and Rome influenced their political development.