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The Roman Empire

Full summary of the Roman Empire

Describe the Roman government They had a Republic so people chose their leaders. They had a senate.
How was the Roman's government in the republic unlike government under kings? The king had to make laws without asking others while in the Republic people helped leaders to take decisions and discuss politics issues.
How was Augustus? Caesar's adopted son and first emperor, he changed government from a Republic to an empire. He did a lot of improvements and expanded Rome.
How did Pax Romana helped Rome to develop their achievements? There were no rebellions or wars in this period so people had enough time to do other things in art, architecture, etc. It was a stability time.
How did Rome Emperors effort spread of Christianity? As they were afraid of a Christian rebellion, they began a persecution killing Christians, and the practices of this religion began to be practiced in secret.
What threats to the Roman Empire applaced in 200, 300 and 400? Spread of Christianity. They were ruled by bad emperors and Barbarians began to attack them. The last Roman Emperor was overthrown.
Created by: lorena.vela