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One reason why most conquered people remained loyal to Rome was because Rome… A. did not require them to pay taxes. B. allowed their leaders to be senators.
C. allowed some of them to become citizens. D. burned the villages of its enemies.
C. Allowed some of them to become citizens
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User: What helped Alexander the Great to conquer the Persian empire? A. Persia was no longer the great power it once had been. B. Alexander captured the Persian emperor, Darius III. C. Alexander allied with Egypt to create a powerful army. D. Alexander defeated the Persians at Chaeronea.

User: One reason why most conquered people remained loyal to Rome was because Rome… A. did not require them to pay taxes. B. allowed their leaders to be senators. C. allowed some of them to become citizens. D. burned the villages of its enemies.

Weegy: C. Allowed some of them to become citizens
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