Difference between Roman Republic and Roman Empire?

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The main difference between the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire is the rule of the government. The Roman Republic was based on a rule of law and reason. The Roman Empire was based on rulings of the emperor of Rome.
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Daniel is right in saying that the Republican system, originating from the overthrow of the early monarchy, ended with Julius Caesar becoming dictator. However, I would suggest that
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Technically there was no difference. The Roman republic. was. an empire. As soon as Rome expanded and governed territories under Roman law, it became an empire. It was an empire under
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The short answer is: The Roman Republic did not have an emperor, but the Roman Empire did. I'm not so well versed in ancient Roman history, but I think I also recall reading that
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