What Year Did the Roman Empire End?

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Most historians believe that the roman empire collapsed in the year 1453 with the death of the empire's ruler, Constantine XI and the capture of the area known as Constantinople, which is known as Istanbul in today's society.
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286-476. This is the period accepted. The structures put in place by this empire have effects even into this present period we are in.
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they all smoked crack and shot up xtc. they then went crazy and eat there kids for dinner and then smoked more crack and died
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The Holy Roman Empire fell when the last remaining capital, Constantinople, was
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Nothing, really. The paideia continued to be the foundation of education in Europe for more than a millennium. Embed Quote
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