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Which two factors contributed to the fall of the Roman Empire?
The Yellow Turbans led a rebellion against the emperor, which led to the emperor losing the Mandate of
Heaven.
The government stopped paying soldiers, so they were no longer loyal to the empire.
Invaders became absorbed into the Hindu culture of the region rather than altering the culture of the
people.
Communication throughout the empire was too slow to keep the government in contact with remote
regions.
The abacus and Roman numerals were created to help keep track of money used for trading.
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  • Answer:

    Invaders became absorbed into the Hindu culture of the region rather than altering the culture of the  people.

    Communication throughout the empire was too slow to keep the government in contact with remote  regions.

  • Answer:

    Invaders became absorbed into the Hindu culture of the region rather than altering the culture of the people

    Communication throughout the empire was too slow to keep the government in contact with remote regions

    Explanation:

    The Roman Empire which included large territories around the Mediterranean sea in Europe , North Africa and western Asia lasted from 27 BC to 29 may 1453. the roman empire was ruled by Emperors who had exclusive powers.

    The roman empire had several military attacks from different Barbaric tribes and military invasions from other tribes as well, the sustained Military losses gave a crack in the empire and also contributed to the fall of the Empire. corruption,lack of proper communication to the remote areas by the Government due to the vast areas under the Roman Empire lead to the collapse in 1453. the people felt away from the Government.

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