I assumed that the Huns and the changes of leadership had led to the fall of Rome. With the changes of leadership, Rome is becoming a weakness for society because the Romans are no longer controlled and didn’t like the way things are going for them. Which means eliminating them and choosing the best one. Document #4 tells us that a poor man had to pay the penalty while the suspect, who is a wealthy person, didn’t get punished. Meaning that the leaders are not treating their people well. Again, the Romans decided to murder them for not giving the fairness that they deserve. With that happening, apparently, the economy and the government is shrinking. Eventually, the Romans started to fight each other because no one is longer charge in Rome.
Both the Roman's and Han Chinese had an appreciation for technological advancements, despite the difference in areas where the technological attention was focused on. The Hans appreciated the laboring tools-related more than the Romans, who concentrated on more mathematic and scientific advancements. Han China’s attitude toward manufacturing and labor was more open, positive and looked out for the well-being of the community while the Romans had a more standardized society…