When comparing Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, anyone can see that there are many differences including geography, art and architecture, and religion. There was also a big difference in the division of social classes of both Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. In Greece, their society was divided into slaves, freedmen, citizens and women. On the other hand, Rome had slaves, freedmen, plebeians and patricians. While women were not considered to be citizens in ancient Greece, they were citizens in ancient Rome. All of these differences led to the many battles that were fought between the two countries, even though they also had many things in common.
Both Greece and Rome are Mediterranean countries, they are similar in that they both have the ability to grow wine and olives, but they have very different terrain. The ancient Greek cities/states were separated from each other by hilly countryside and all ...view middle of the document...
Bronze was one of the easiest ways to convey their artistry, it was valued for its strength and beauty. It's strength made it easy for the artists to make statues that would be preserved for centuries. Not only were statues made quite often by artists, but also great pieces of architecture, such as the Parthenon. Not only are places such as the Parthenon remembered well, but also places such as the Colosseum, which was built by Romans. Both Romans and Greeks are very well known for their architectural achievements, although the styles are much different. The Romans preferred a larger, powerful pieces of work whereas the Greeks went for the more elegant, clear design work.
The mankind, present during the time period of ancient Greek and ancient Roman history, tried to explain amazing myths, such as the creation of our world. The yearning to discover how some of these things occurred led the ancient Greek people to create their own splendid, yet human like world of gods. According to Greek mythology, the Titans were a race of primordial, powerful figures that ruled during the Golden Age. The Titans were created by Gaea, who was described as the goddess of the Earth, and Uranus, the god of the Heavens. The Titans were the first beings that lived in Mount Olympus in Ancient Greece, but were overthrown and sent to the lower areas of the underworld. After their reign of power ended, the Olympian gods became the most powerful beings.
Both the Ancient Greeks and the Ancient Romans had enormous respect for human beings, and what they could accomplish with their minds and bodies. The Greeks and Romans both believed that there was a higher power that watched over them and helped them through life. Although both races believed in a higher power, that power was referred to being gods, each group called them something different. The gods were the same essence but with different titles, such as Zeus being Greek and Jupiter being Roman. It is hard to determine why the Greeks and Romans never joined forces and became one, but there are many references that tell us that the Greeks adopted certain traditions from the Romans and visa versa.