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fall of rome


            
             The Roman Empire was strong for a time and had an organized government that kept it.
             It stayed balanced because of social, economic, political, military and religious.
             strengths. There are many explanations for the fall of the Roman Empire. The three alternative.
             explanations that are going to be investigated are The Roman Army, Decline and Fall, and The.
             Later Roman Empire. Each of these alternatives has been called the main cause or causes of The.
             Rome Empire collapse and downfall. In fact the major reasons for the downfall of The Roman.
             Empire were a weak army, poor economic performance, and lack of strong political and social.
             control led to the fall of The Roman Empire. .
             The first reason for The Fall of Rome happened because of The Roman Army. The people.
             who fought for their country came back with nothing, not even their homes. The pay and hard.
             life for a soldier gave little reason to volunteer. Without any railways soldiers spent their time.
             traveling rather than training. When provincials served the army they got citizenship when they.
             enlisted, those who lived outside would volunteer to obtain citizenship after twenty-five years. At.
             the end the defense of the Roman Empire was in the hand of the Germans. .
             Another reason for the downfall and collapse of Roman Empire was economic.
             breakdowns. The rulers of the Roman Empire had expensive lifestyles. The government .
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             leaders gained the money by taxing the poor population for money they needed, the poor made.
             up a large percentage of the Roman population. The government lowered the silver content in.
             money and the value of the money also fell. During the Roman Empire there were no advances .


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