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He used the Hammurabi's code. Wich made everything safe and able to live a normal life without having to do all this stuff. Also he made sure everyone would follow the code or else they would have to face several consequences.

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Sargon used smart political strategies. He destroyed the walls of cities to make it harder for people to rebel. He also made sure the governors of city-states were loyal to him. If they were not he replaced them with his own men.

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How did Mongol rulers maintain control of their empire?

The Mongols maintained control of their empire by the use of force. It also kept its many peoples under their rule to practice their own religions.


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No. The term "Empire" only applies to Rome between the periods 44BC - 1453 AD. It was, however, a republic, for 500 years before 44BC, and did control several territories during that time, with an area of 1,950,000 km2 (752,899 sq mi). If you look up the definition of "empire" in the dictionary, you will find that Rome actually was an empire in 133 BC. There is a mistaken belief that the empire began with Augustus. Historians never refer to the reign of Augustus and those after him as the empire, they use the proper name, the principate.


When the Roman republic changed into the Roman empire how did the government change?

The Roman aristocracy became obsessed with individual power, and their contests descended from political rivalry to civil war. After failed attempts by Sulla and Julius Caesar to use dictatorial power to restrain the infightiing, Augustus established a partnership with the Senate, and kept reserve powers to ensure that he had both over-riding control, and control of the army to enforce it as necessary.


What was the Eastern Roman Empire known also as?

The Eastern Roman Empire is known as Byzantine Empire. However, this is a term which had been coined by historians. So are the term Eastern Roman Empire and Western Roman Empire. The Romans had only one term: Roman Empire. Historians use the term Byzantine Empire to indicate the eastern part of the Roman Empire after the fall of the western part of the Roman Empire. The Romans did not use this term, they called it Roman Empire or Romania (this referred to this empire and not the country which was later called Romania). The term Byzantine is derived from Byzantium, the Greek city which was redeveloped, turned into the imperial capital of the eastern part of the Roman Empire and renamed Constantinople by emperor Constantine the Great in 330. It is used to indicate the fact that not long after the fall of the western part, this empire became centred on Greece and Greek in character after it lost most of its non-Greek territories. Greek replaced Latin as the official language of this empire in 620, some 150 years after the fall of the west

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