The Fall Of the Roman Empire
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The Roman weathered a Germanic uprising in the late fourth century, but in 410 the Visigoth King Alaric successfully sacked the city of Rome.
Constant and overspending had sufficiently lightened imperial offers and oppressive tanation and inflammation had widened the gap between rich and poor.
The fate of Western Rome was partially sealed in the late third century, when the Emperor Diocletian divided the Empire into two halves—the Western Empire seated in the city of Milan, and the Eastern Empire in Byzantium, later known as Constantinople.
By the second century the Emperor Hadrion was forced to build his famous wall in Britain to keep the enemy at bay.
Being a emperor had always been a particularity dangerous job, but during the second and third century it nearly became a death sentence.
In conclusion the fall of Rome was caused by many reasons in different times and ways. Soon they all built up and Rome officially collapsed. People lost their lives and couldn't fight anymore, they were invaded and taken over.
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