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Roman Empire

Summary: At its peak, the Roman Empire was the most powerful force in the world. However, by the 3rd century A.D., the Romans were on fast decline. This fast decline was caused by three drastic changes in their society. The three changes consisted of new leaders controlling the area, Rome becoming spilt up into two sections, and Christianity gaining all of religious control.
At its peak, the Roman Empire was the most powerful force in the world. However, by the 3rd century A.D., the Romans were on fast decline. This fast decline was caused by three drastic changes in their society. The three changes consisted of new leaders controlling the area, Rome becoming spilt up into two sections, and Christianity gaining all of religious control. . Along with these, other achievements were made. The spread of Roman law increased, as so did the trade on the Silk Road. Romans also built dams and drainage systems, as well as developing the arch and dome. The decline is what made Rome so famous, however. If it weren't for this rapid downfall of their society, Rome would not be remembered as the great nation as it is today.

Once Roman culture was spread and became widely known, Rome's Republic began to decline. The Roman...

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