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The Roman Empire
A review of the history of the Roman Empire.
# 141118 | 1,250 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US


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The paper relates that the Roman Republic can be traced back at least to 500 B.C., and in the Roman tradition, the founding of Rome took place several centuries earlier. The paper reveals that the western portion of the Roman Empire, the successor state to the Republic, fell in the 450s A.D, and the Eastern Roman Empire, however, known as the Byzantine Empire, finally fell in 1453 A.D. The paper asserts that by any measure, a state which lasted 2,000 years worked.

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"The Roman Republic can be traced back at least to 500 B.C. (Reilly 74). In the Roman tradition, the founding of Rome took place several centuries earlier. The western portion of the Roman Empire, the successor state to the Republic, fell in about 475 450s A.D. The Eastern Roman Empire, however, known as the Byzantine Empire, finally fell in 1453 A.D. The height of Roman power of the Empire was probably between 200 B.C. and 350 A.D. By any measure, a state which lasted 2,000 years, and which dominated..."

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