Roman Values


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Roman Values
The Roman Empire had a long and distinguished history.  The city of Rome had been inhabited for years before it became the City that would be recognized as Rome during the Imperial period.  By 510 B.C. the Romans had expelled the Etruscan kings and become a fledgling empire.  The empire grew over the centuries and the Empire did not fully collapse until 476 A.D.This meant that the Roman Empire lasted well over a millennium.  With such a long period in order to develop the Roman Empire went through a number of changes.
With change came fear of loosing was what essentially Roman.  Many Romans feared that the Empire was going to disappear as its values were replaced by those of people they had conquered and assimilated.  As a...
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