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Ancient Rome and Early Christianity

Summary: the political, economical, social and military sectors of Rome all escorted it into its downfall of both the Republic and the Empire. The political sector led Rome into division, and the loss of its title as the capital. The social sector led a decline in the population due to food shortages and illness and lack of confidence in the empire. The economical sector had disruption of trade and inflation and the unemployment of the lower class.
Ancient Rome and Early Christianity

Topic: Explain the causes of the downfall of the Roman Republic and the Empire.

Rome, a new city, built on the seven rolling hills at a curve on the Tiber River, near the center of the Italian Peninsula. Rome grew from a small settlement to a mighty civilization that then evolved from a republic to an empire. A republic is a form of government where the citizens choose their leaders, where an empire is a form of government where the land and the citizens are rules by a single ruler. What caused the shift of the new political system? The political, social, economical and military issues caused the cause of the downfall of the Roman Republic and Empire. But, the primary cause was the invasion by German tribes and the Huns.

Political life in Rome cannot be contrasted with the...

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