Compare And Contrast Persia And Greece
Both Persia and Greece were very influential during 600 BCE-600 CE. They were both very similar and different in their political and economical areas, and they also had similarities in differences in their social life. Politically, Persia and Greece were very different in the way that Persia was ruled by a king while in Greece each polis was governed separately. Now economically, Greece depended on imported goods, and Persia was mainly an agriculture based economy. Their social lives also had similarities and differences, but one of the main similarities was the males role in daily life.
Persia had 3 kings: Cyrus, Cambyses, and Darius I. Persia also had "governors" that were called Satraps. Also in Persia was the capital city, also known