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The Fall of the Roman Empire

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Marie Emilie Maeland

on 11 December 2013

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Transcript of The Fall of the Roman Empire

Politics
The Fall of the Roman Empire
Government Design
Barbarian Invasions
Passing Down Power
Government Design
By: Marie Emilie Mæland
Barbarian Invasions
Passing Down Power
Government meant for small city state.....
Resources:
http://www.rome.info/history/empire/fall/
https://docs.google.com/a/asmilan.org/file/d/0BzDknmcjyAxFcXlzU1JDNjJFSHc/edit
Of many causes for the fall of the Rome, which caused the most damage?
Authors of Rome.info argue that cultural was the main cause.
Problems
Visigoths
Ostrogoths
Vandals
Lombards
It all started in 235 AD to 284 AD.
They couldn't gather everyone together
Bringing Messages
Mediterranean
Continuous invasions across the border of Rome.
It's like the domino effect.
History Learning Sites say:
Different opinions
The emperors chosen by family birth.
Bad Decisions
Creating New Laws
ATTACK!!!
Rome is under attack!!!
No one in charge
http://www.worldology.com/
http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/fall_of_ancient_rome.htm
Huns
Franks
Why Rome???
Teaching use what to do in the future and present.
DON'T
211 - 284 AD
Fighting
190 AD
Goths + Vandals
20 of 23 killed
Size Control
No Enemies
System of Passing Down Power
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