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Fall of Rome
Updated: 4/17/2020
Fall of Rome
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  • In 410AD, Visigoth King Alaric sacked the city. The treasures were looted, many Romans were killed and enslaved, and many buildings were destroyed.
  • 410AD
  • 455AD
  • In 455AD, Rome was raided again by the Vandals.
  • In In 476AD, the Germanic leader Odoacer finally became the Emperor by staging a revolt and deposing the Emperor Romulus Augustulus.
  • 467AD
  • In Constant wars and overspending had significantly lightened imperial coffers
  • InThe gap between rich and poor widened because of oppressive taxation and inflation.
  • Many wealthy people had fled to the country side and set up their own fiefdoms, to avoid the tax collector.
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