Imoderate Greatness

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Immoderate greatness, in other words extreme greatness could be used to classify Rome which is one of the most highly achieved and powerful empires of all time. The Empire set in time from 27 B.C.E to 476 C.E. circa, was fueled by Emperors that ruled the people, expanding their land, building roads and cities connecting them together, having strong army force, and dividing up their land into legions. The people of Rome began to make laws to abide by, educate the children growing up, and following Christianity and other views of their beliefs. Rome succeeded for quite some time nearly around 500 years of control, until finally falling and leaving behind traces of their expansion and techniques of ways of living. The Roman Army is considered one of the most strongest of men to this day. The earliest Army was consisted of 5,000 troops. They carried with them a pila, a gladius, and armor. The army was full of males between the ages of 17 and 46 years old, which all of them were expected to serve 16 years …show more content…
Of course there was good ones, but they was also bad ones too. Now the Emperor was seen to everybody almost as a God, you had to abide by their laws and follow their ways of belief. Some of the good Emperors are known as Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antonius Pius, and Marcus Aurelius which all held power between 96 C.E. to 180 C.E. From 180- 284 C.E. only 4 of 29 emperors died from natural causes. People of the community started to go their own way of life and not listen to the emperors and their forces of law. Eventually there started to become emperors who had little control and was no good at ruling, which turned the community more civilized and less powerful and stabilized. While many of the people became more interested in the growing of fruits other foods, and started debating on faith the, the outside barbarian forces crushed the Romans every chance they could get, weakening the

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