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What protected the borders of the Roman Empire?

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What protected the borders of the Roman Empire?

Borders of Empires:

The borders of empires were geopolitical imaginary lines that marked the boundaries that indicated the edge of their territories. Some empires were easily defensible, but some were very large and needed to implement defensive strategies to protect their land.

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The borders of the Roman Empire used soldiers, forts, walls, and natural boundaries to protect the borders. Natural boundaries included such...

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