There, in truth, was never a definite ideology of political organization for the state and its rulers to abide by. This may explain why there was never a reemergence of the Roman imperial model.
In Conclusion, the cost of such a vast empire was more than the government and its people could handle. The broad borders of the two empires needed too much maintenance and were expensive. To keep up with the rising problem, the state was
forced to tax its citizens. This caused a loss of the loyalty of the public and many borders were abandoned, which weakened the government. The two governments could not afford this problem and “failed to extend the life of the empire” (Albert 1) and they eventually collapsed. However, the new immigrant groups that grew in those areas tried to maintain the culture of the Roman Empire and the Han Dynasty after they were