UGC 111 Chinese and Roman Empire

UGC 111 Chinese and Roman Empire - Three features that...

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Unformatted text preview: Three features that brought success to the Roman empire is very hard to choose. I think it would be the fact that they had very courageous leaders. For example Julius Caesar was very brave and bold because he went out and was the first actual leader of Rome. This called forth for a lot of bravery and in turn he brought a lot of success in the form of land to the Romans. Another feature that brought the Romans success was the idea of being ruthless. We know as a fact that the Romans were a very successful empire and we see from the very beginning that Romulus was very ruthless in the fact that he killed his own brother in order to be the founder of Rome. Since it lead to the formation of Rome I think that being ruthless is another good feature of Rome. Another feature which is of great importance is the idea that they have confidence. This is shown by the fact that Romans always took every war, and even when they would lose a battle they wouldnt lose confidence which would in turn allow them to win the...
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