The Roman Empire fell on September 4, 476 when Roman Augustus, the Emperor of the Western Roman Empire, was deposed by Odoacer, a German chieftain.
The Eastern Roman Empire, i.e. the Byzantine Empire, continued until the Fall of Constantinople in 1453.
The Fall of the Western Roman Empire was the process of decline in the Western
Roman ... By 476 when Odoacer deposed the Emperor Romulus, the Western
Roman Emperor wielded negligible military, polit...
Jan 14, 2014 ... In the late fourth century, the Western Roman Empire crumbled after a nearly 500
-year run as the world's greatest superpower. Historians have ...
In fact, after the western part of the Roman Empire fell, the eastern half continued
to exist as the Byzantine Empire for hundreds of years. Therefore, the "fall of ...
Oct 16, 2015 ... To many historians the fall of the Roman Empire has always been ... Although
historians generally agree on the year of the fall, 476 CE, they ... Unlike the fall of
earlier empires such as the Assyrian and Persian, Rome did not ...
Rome had always had its fair share of bad emperors. ... But when the Huns from
the east attacked the Visigoths on the other ...
What causes led to the Decline of the Roman Empire? ... the period in Ancient
Roman history and civilisation when when Rome and its territories were ruled by
The phrase "the Fall of Rome" suggests some cataclysmic event that ended the
empire that stretched from the British Isles to Egypt and Iraq. But there was no ...
Apr 8, 2011 ... Scholars point out that it was not a single, dramatic event – the decline of the
Empire took place over around 300 years. Historians have ...
There were several reasons for the fall of the Roman Empire. ... (A long period
from Augstus to Marcus Aurelius when the Roman empire was stable and