The Roman Empire and Han China developed cultural syncretism by using different methods of spiritual beliefs and the gods they worshiped, but developed in similar ways on how they both used methods of family hierchy and also how they structure their government to create more control which was used to build up both societies with similar rule, all of these contributed to making cultural syncretism.
There were many differences in the way Han china and The Roman empire contributed the use of religion on their societies. In Rome, the religions Christianity and Greco weren’t used among their society but used more independently and just for worship. This was an advantage on roman society because it lead to more independent religions rather than a one main religion for the whole society. This was an important factor to cultural syncretism because with this freedom the Roman Empire had it expanded new religions created. China on the other hand, was under strict control limit with their religion, Confucianism. Although it didn’t give freedom, it was important to their society because it structured china’s political system by getting families involved in political ways. The reason it was important to cultural synthesis is because of the aspects of control it had on there society. The difference the two societies both had was not only the religion worshiped but also how it was forced upon their society that was created. This was important in the creation of cultural syncretism between the two societies because it showed variation in how the society used and spread their religion. It also created new cultural aspects by either supporting religion in daily life or allowing individual practice and choice. Either way, religion played on of the differences that were apart of cultural syncretism in both societies.