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In the first location, Gibbon stated that the Romans had taken with them to slavery their speech — the civilization of a free people and their thought of themselves as human beings presupposed liberty. And Gibbons states, oppressed because they have been by the burden of the corruption and violence, the Romans preserved the ideas, of freeborn men and women, or at least the sentiments. In the next area, the planet filled, and when that empire fell in the hands of one individual, the planet was a safe and dreary prison for his enemies. As Gibbon states, to resist was fatal, and it was not possible to fly. The Empire’s ability cried in its management of communications.
The Mediterranean Sea, that had been every civilization’s transit center, was their own lake. And throughout their empire, from Scotland into Syria, they pushed on the streets –streets that fifteen years were primary arteries of European transport. Down those streets that, as Gibbon says, left every corner of the Empire pervious his armies marched. But up the streets he assembled his intellect. Augustus devised the articles: initial for signs intelligence, to maneuver messages and couriers in the rates; then for intellect. He established the post-chaises, in order that as Gibbon says, when dispatches were composed people who were present may be contested from the Emperor.