The Roman Empire and Han Dynasty had really similar civilizations. but had different attitudes toward the importance of persons and their duties. Both imperiums had the same political constructions that were based on bureaucratic systems. The Roman Empire was a democracy. where the blue bloods had the chance to vote for their leader. and Han China was a dynasty. where the power was passed down by household.

Both were good organized bureaucratic systems. Although Han China was more complex and was based upon Confucianism which identified rules necessary for political order. The Roman Empire was founded upon Roman jurisprudence and classical acquisition and had a greater accent on jurisprudence codifications. like the 12 tabular arraies who established the Torahs. Therefore. Han china’s Torahs were promulgated by the emperor. Han China rose to success by using legalism to their authorities. Which legalism was more rigorous and comfortable so Rome. Hence why Han China was much more complex than Rome.

The Roman Empire was a republic chiefly dwelling of the senate and emperor. In which the senate represented a counterbalance to the emperor. Unlike in Han China where the emperor’s place was familial and the power was passed down by household. Therefore. the emperor was much like a sovereign. Unless you were chosen by person of higher power. like the emperor. you would so travel to an imperial academy.

All in all both the Roman Empire and the first Chinese imperium have made important influences on history for early civilisations Both imperiums had the same political constructions that were based on bureaucratic systems. Although the Roman Empire was republic and the Han dynasty’s emperor’s place was familial.