Why Did Rome Become Powerful?
Updated: 2/4/2020
Why Did Rome Become Powerful?
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  • Roman Architecture was a factor that contributed to the Roman's powerful rise. Architecture such as Roads and aqueducts means faster trade and brings more water to support more people.
  • The most important reason for the Roman's powerful rise is their win in battles. They won against their strongest enemy Carthage after enduring many loses because they were willing to adapt and try new strategies.
  • Another factor that supports Roman's rise is their army. They had plenty of soldiers and fought in a formation called Legion so they never got tired and fought form long periods of time.
  • Laws seemed the least important to Rome's rise in power because most of their laws were unreasonable and didn't affect gaining power the laws affected day to day life.
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