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Praxis II 0014 SS-a

Praxis II 0014 Classic Civilizations

Classic Civilizations - China 1029 BC, Greece and Rome 800 BC, India 600 BC - Expanded trade and influence beyond their boarders - re-evaluated and reconstructed empires, policies, rules, and values - created religions - increased agricultural - extended territories
Civilization of India: Political - 600 BC - Practiced diverse and regionalism - Established caste system - Utilized a variety of languages
Civilization of India: Economy and Society - 600 BC - Established extensive internal and external successful trade practices - Promoted patriarchal society _ Emphasized family, group, or government, not individual - Utilized non-opposed social hierarchy- caste system
Civilization of India: Religion and Culture - 600 BC - Promote Hinduism and Buddhism - Taught religion, medicine, and architecture - Excelled in science and mathematics - developed concept of 0 and Arabic numerals, decimals - created lively and colorful art
Civilization of Greece and Rome: Political - 800 BC - Emphasized aristocratic rule but democratic elements also present - Formed democracy in Greece - Promoted intense loyalty to state - Created uniform legal principles
Civilization of Greece and Rome: Religion and Culture - Moderation and balance (Aristotle and Cicero) - Followers have conventional wisdom using rational inquiry (Socrates) - Excelled in sculpture, architecture, and plays (G) - Promoted geometry and science (G) - Contrubutions to science and engineering
Civilization of Greece and Rome: Economy and Society - 800 BC - Developed a system for agriculture (farming) - Participated in extensive trade by using a structure of slavery - Promoted a unified family structure - Instilled a patriarchal community, although women could own property
Civilization of Chine: Religion and Culture - Confucianism and Daoism - Acting with self-control, humility, and respect - Harmony with nature - Detail in art and craftsmanship - Geometrical and decorative arts - Developed accurate calendars - Math in music - Studied science for practical rea
Civilization of China: Political - 1029 BC - Began bureaucracy training - Established a system of taxation - Promoted mandatory labor system
Civilization of China: Economy and Society - Established three main social groups: upper class, laboring peasants, unskilled laborers - Excelled in technologies - Promoted trade as essentials - Encouraged tight-knit family unit - Instilled patriarchal society and demanded arranged marriages
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