Fall of roman empire

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The Fall of the Roman Empire An essay on the effect of acqueducts in ancient Rome A basic fact of life: humans need water to survive. Therefore, it is not surprising that water has played an important role in history. All of the ancient civilizations, including Rome, had to deal with the problem of a steady water supply. Rome’s solutions had both positive and negative results. At first glance, one would think that Roae …

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…the Caesar and get away with it. Majority rules and when it comes to the Roman citizens there the majority. All in all I think both theories are highly believable and have good support to think this. Its possible to say that the fall of the Roman empire could have been caused by a million things. But I guess we will never really know the truth because we were never there and never will be.