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Did the communication lag become a problem for the ever expanding Roman Empire?
There is a dispute among historians over whether the Roman Empire collapsed because of its increasing size and system-imminent flaws which were not suited for this size. The bigger the territory, the ...
Oct 13 '11 at 0:51
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