What are the basic differences between the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire?
The most basic answer to this question is that in the Republic, power was concentrated in a popularly elected Senate while in the Empire power was concentrated in a singular leader known as an Emperor.
The Republic revolved around a massive buerocracy which centered on the Roman Senate, an elected legislative body which held the power to make...
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