What Year Did Rome Fall?

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Rome fell in September 4th A.D. 476 when a barbarian named Odoacer (a Germanic leader in the Roman army), deposed the last western Roman emperor, Romulus Augustulus, who was probably partly of Germanic ancestry. Odoacer considered Romulus so paltry a threat he didn't even bother to assassinate him but instead, sent him into retirement.
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Try to look at it as a kingdom or society that fell over a period of time. There was no particular date that it fell. It fell around 500 A.D.
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Different people would answer this differently. There is even a valid question about when Rome fell. Personally, I would place the beginning of the fall of Rome at the time when Emperor
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Historians agree that it took several generations for Rome to fall. During such a time frame in a country or organism, decay is inevitable, so you could say decay is the basic organic
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