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INTRODUCTION OF HUMAN CULTURE 1 Unit 1 Individual Project HUMA215 Jacquelyn Mays American InterContinental University June 12, 2011
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INTRODUCTION OF HUMAN CULTURE 2 ABSTRACT As you began to read the body of my paper I had created a chart that compares and contrast the distinguishing elements and the features of early Greek and Roman cultures. Then also in the body of the paper I will included the elements such as government, the geographical terrain, the trade practices, the economics, and the art and architecture. Also it will include the philosophical and the religious beliefs.
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INTRODUCTION OF HUMAN CULTURE 3 The similarity and differences of distinguishing elements and features Greek cultures Roman Cultures Government The first democratic government was placed after Peisistratus ruled and was established. It was one ruler and they was very powerful in their country geographical terrain They had very rough land that includes steep hills and plenty of valleys and with these steep
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