The republic was to prevent anyone from gaining too much power. It became powerful and had a huge impact on the Republic.
The Roman Empire transformed government by creating a senate. The Plebeians weren't allowed to vote so they made tributes. When the empire grew it changed the society and made a huge gap between the rich and poor
Roman citizens were divided up into two classes: the plebeians and the patricians. The patricians were the wealthy upper class people. Everyone else was considered a plebeian. The patricians were the ruling class of the early Roman Empire.
The Romans persecuted Christianity they felt that it endangered their empire. They began to punish the Christians and then the religion split into two branches: The Latins peaking Roman Catholic Church and the Greek-speaking Eastern Orthodox Church.
The Huns invaded the Roman Empire and failed to enforce its rule. Its vast territory was divided into several successor polities.
They invented aqueducts around 312 B.C.E. They used gravity to transport water along stone, lead and concrete pipelines and into city centers. Aqueducts redeemed Roman cities from a dependence on nearby water supplies. Some other of their contributions include public baths, markets, and juries. The Romans were also the greatest builders of the ancient western world.