The fall of the Roman Empire and of the Han Dynasty were similar since in both cases, their government was corrupted. On this note, the Han’s bureaucratic officials became self-indulgent, making them to use assassinations to attain higher ranking positions in the government. This aspect translated to the fall of Han Dynasty. On the other hand, Rome’s highly ranked officials sought to gain more pleasure in leadership, making them to ignore their leadership duties. The social unrest that existed in both administrations resulted to their discontinuation.