At its height, ancient Rome stretched from modern-day Great Britain in the west to modern-day parts of Asia to the east. Many social studies students know that ancient Rome was powerful and contributed much to future world civilizations, but what's often less clear is why and how this huge empire fell so spectacularly. Your readers will investigate this exact idea, including the invasions the Roman Empire faced, the overextension of the Roman military, and the political trouble that caused the empire to split in two. Maps and historical images aid readers' understanding the compelling narrative.
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