fall of rome

fall of rome

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  • There is so many people here
  • I haven't spent money!
  • Rome had many troubles causing it to fall. One reason it fell was because there was an over expansion and the military was overspending money.
  • In the late fourth century, the Western Roman Empire crumbled after a nearly 500-year run as the world’s greatest superpower. Historians have blamed the collapse on hundreds of different factors ranging from military failures and crippling taxation to natural disasters and even climate change. Still others argue that the Roman Empire didn’t really fall in 476 A.D., since its eastern half continued for another thousand years in the form of the Byzantine Empire. While just how—and when—the Empire fell remains a subject of ongoing debate, certain theories have emerged as the most popular explanations for Western Rome’s decline and disintegration. Read on to discover eight reasons why one of history’s most legendary empires finally came crashing down.
  • Another reason is that the migration of the barbarian tribes and the Huns messed up Rome.
  • Christianity and the loss of traditional values weakened the city
  • Economic troubles and over reliance on slave labor also weakened the Roman legends causing the Roman Empire to fall.
  • barbarians
  • The government was corrupted and there was political instability , there was also invasians by the Barbarian tribe .
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