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Is the way everybody wants to be a US citizen today comparable to how everyone wanted to be a Roman citizen in the times of the Roman Empire?

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2005-11-13 20:29:37
2005-11-13 20:29:37

No, even the Roman Empire was not very wanted place to live for all. By the nature of your question I assumed that you get the best knowledge if you would seek information about what is like the current situation between Europe and U.S. for example. That` s if you want to make stright conclusions.

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Well, my opinion...That is arguable... The U.S. does not force slavery and uneeded violence (with an exeption to sports.) Then I guess, yes this is pretty much the same.Someone might want to be a roman citizen because they want to be empire and rule the civilization of Ancient Rome.

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In the republic and the early empire, Roman citizenship was something special. It was a privilege and something to aspire to. However, in the later empire, when everyone freeborn was a citizen (thanks to Caracalla), it had lost is value. People no longer had to perform duties for the state in order to be recognized as a Roman citizen, and most importantly, the army lost many of its best auxiliary volunteers, as citizenship was a reward that the auxiliaries received upon their retirement and an incentive for many to join the army.In the republic and the early empire, Roman citizenship was something special. It was a privilege and something to aspire to. However, in the later empire, when everyone freeborn was a citizen (thanks to Caracalla), it had lost is value. People no longer had to perform duties for the state in order to be recognized as a Roman citizen, and most importantly, the army lost many of its best auxiliary volunteers, as citizenship was a reward that the auxiliaries received upon their retirement and an incentive for many to join the army.In the republic and the early empire, Roman citizenship was something special. It was a privilege and something to aspire to. However, in the later empire, when everyone freeborn was a citizen (thanks to Caracalla), it had lost is value. People no longer had to perform duties for the state in order to be recognized as a Roman citizen, and most importantly, the army lost many of its best auxiliary volunteers, as citizenship was a reward that the auxiliaries received upon their retirement and an incentive for many to join the army.In the republic and the early empire, Roman citizenship was something special. It was a privilege and something to aspire to. However, in the later empire, when everyone freeborn was a citizen (thanks to Caracalla), it had lost is value. People no longer had to perform duties for the state in order to be recognized as a Roman citizen, and most importantly, the army lost many of its best auxiliary volunteers, as citizenship was a reward that the auxiliaries received upon their retirement and an incentive for many to join the army.In the republic and the early empire, Roman citizenship was something special. It was a privilege and something to aspire to. However, in the later empire, when everyone freeborn was a citizen (thanks to Caracalla), it had lost is value. People no longer had to perform duties for the state in order to be recognized as a Roman citizen, and most importantly, the army lost many of its best auxiliary volunteers, as citizenship was a reward that the auxiliaries received upon their retirement and an incentive for many to join the army.In the republic and the early empire, Roman citizenship was something special. It was a privilege and something to aspire to. However, in the later empire, when everyone freeborn was a citizen (thanks to Caracalla), it had lost is value. People no longer had to perform duties for the state in order to be recognized as a Roman citizen, and most importantly, the army lost many of its best auxiliary volunteers, as citizenship was a reward that the auxiliaries received upon their retirement and an incentive for many to join the army.In the republic and the early empire, Roman citizenship was something special. It was a privilege and something to aspire to. However, in the later empire, when everyone freeborn was a citizen (thanks to Caracalla), it had lost is value. People no longer had to perform duties for the state in order to be recognized as a Roman citizen, and most importantly, the army lost many of its best auxiliary volunteers, as citizenship was a reward that the auxiliaries received upon their retirement and an incentive for many to join the army.In the republic and the early empire, Roman citizenship was something special. It was a privilege and something to aspire to. However, in the later empire, when everyone freeborn was a citizen (thanks to Caracalla), it had lost is value. People no longer had to perform duties for the state in order to be recognized as a Roman citizen, and most importantly, the army lost many of its best auxiliary volunteers, as citizenship was a reward that the auxiliaries received upon their retirement and an incentive for many to join the army.In the republic and the early empire, Roman citizenship was something special. It was a privilege and something to aspire to. However, in the later empire, when everyone freeborn was a citizen (thanks to Caracalla), it had lost is value. People no longer had to perform duties for the state in order to be recognized as a Roman citizen, and most importantly, the army lost many of its best auxiliary volunteers, as citizenship was a reward that the auxiliaries received upon their retirement and an incentive for many to join the army.

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it means to have you citizen all around the wrold.

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The Ruler of the Roman Empire was Tarique Walen because he is an idiot n everybody hates him.

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the british empire colonised the world to build the empire so they can rule everyone around and slave them.

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no he hates them like everyone else

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Caliphs were successors of Muhammad as spiritual and temporary leader of the Muslims. They administered the empire by keeping everyone in line.

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because the disease would spread through everyone and kill the counrty or the empire off


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