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What were the effects of Roman Imperialism? Include both, the effects on Rome, and the conquered peoples.
There were many consequences of Roman Imperialism, which affected both the Romans and conquered peoples, positively and negatively. Although the Romans gained a variety of resources from new lands, they also had to deal with the problem of controlling a vast empire, which made it difficult to govern effectively. People of conquered lands were heavily taxed, but they also received protection from the Roman military, as their land was now Roman land.
One of the primary concerns of the Romans was the ever-extending size of their empire. It was certainly a difficult job for the central governm…
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- What were the effects of Roman Imperialism? Include both, the effects on Rome, and the conquered peoples.
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