All Persian men to the age of 50 years were obligated to serve in the armies of the Persian Empire Zoroastrianism, monotheism, good/evil, heaven/hell
turned boats into fighting platforms
Similarities for both (if this works for ya)
MILITARY IS A BIG ONE
Agreed upon slavery & enforced it
advanced civilization & technology-
produced scholars that innovated much of our society’s sciences and philosophy works Persia- Rumi, Avicenna
Greece- Socrates, Plato, Aristotle
Battle of Thermopylae:
architecture- influenced by each other
cuisine/food- great uses of spices:
basil, cumin, mint, saffron, cloves, coriander
Compare the cultures of Greek and Persia
-thesis; similarity and difference
-three direct comparisons, one reason
The Persian and Greek empires are known to have fought against each other during several occurrences. Located by the Mediterranean Sea, both empires c
Military played a large role in both the Persian and Greek empires,
The Persian and Greek empires have several similarities such as… location=strategy
Persia, monotheism, Greece, not.
The Persian and Greek empires have several similarities such as culture, cuisine, and military strategy.
wait was greek super tolerant of other people/cultures/whatever cause?????? i don’t know
in a body paragraph somewhere (about their location and how it affected culture)- Located by the Mediterranean Sea, both empires had similar strategies in
stuff about how military was a blah in both empires
something about how religion differs
Although the religious aspects of the Greek and Persian empires differed, their military strategies were similar and influential of everyday life. Where as Zoroastrianism, a monotheistic religion, was practiced throughout Iran, Greek polis’ had widespread polytheistic beliefs.
In both Greek and Persia, military was...
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