How Did the Romans Become so Powerful?

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One of the reasons why the Romans became so powerful is for more than 500 years Rome was a Republic. Another important factor was that Rome’s army grew very big and skilful allowing the Romans to conquer neighbouring cities. Rome also became very powerful as the prisoners of war became slaves, who actually did the work for the Romans.
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