The Decline and Fall of the Roman Republic Analytical Essay by Sav
The Decline and Fall of the Roman Republic
A paper focusing on the history and eventual crumbling of the Roman Republic.
# 2682 | 1,130 words | 2 sources | 2001 |
Published on Sep 21, 2003 in History (Greek and Roman)
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This paper gives history behind the Roman Republic, and delves into its decline and eventual collapse.
From the Paper:"To this day historians debate the reasons for the decline and fall of the Roman Republic; some arguing that conquests by Roman generals allowed them to overpower Republican institutions. To say that these powerful military leaders and their influence over Rome were solely responsible for the fall of the Republic would be nearsighted at best. The decline of the Republic began in the middle of the second century B.C. with political, economic, and social events. These events in addition to the burdens of civil war on Rome, lead to the inevitable failure of the Republic. As to the question of whether or not I agree that Roman generals strong armed the Republican government, I only partially agree. I agree that the generals and their influence over Rome, as well as their civil wars were a cause of the fall of the Republic. I feel that there were many other contributing factors, too, which happened over the course of hundreds of years."
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