The Roman Empire and Han DynastyThe Roman Empire and Han Dynasty share many similarities and distinctions.
TheRoman empire was considered the largest empire to ever exist. It extended throughmost of Europe, northern Africa, and the Middle East. The Roman Empire lasted 511years from 27 B.C.E to 476 C.E. On the other hand, the Han Dynasty lasted 400 yearsfrom 206 B.
C.E to 220 C.E and is considered one of China’s longest dynasties,spreading between the southeastern and northeastern parts of modern China.
Bothempires share many resemblances and differences in culture, technology, andexpansion.The Roman people value culture, and religion was a major part of the Roman peoples’life. All Romans were expected to worship the emperor as if he was a God. ManyChristians refused to worship the emperor as a God and were arrested, some were putto death. As time went on, new emperors took control. In the fourth century A.
D,emperor Constantine made Christianity the official religion. This lead to the ChristiansBeing comfortable in practicing their religion, not worrying about punishment. The Han, on the other hand, had many religions brought upon them, the main religion was Taoism. Taoism consisted of ceremonies for worship and religious purposes