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Title: The End of the Roman Empire 339-343


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The End of the Roman Empire339-343
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Brain Pophttp//www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/wo
rldhistory/falloftheromanempire/
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Listen to the brain pop and list 5-6 reasons for
the fall of the Roman Empire
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Fall of the Roman Empire(in the West)
  • Bad Leadership
  • Emperors after Augustus Caesar stopped listening
    to the Senate and started ruling single-handedly
  • Invasions from neighbors
  • Generals fighting each other
  • Army guarding borders but getting weak and small
    in number
  • Germanic tribes coming invading Roman boarders
  • Huns, Goths Vandal, Franks
  • Financial Problems
  • Value of Roman Money Decreasing
  • Values and morals (stealing, bribing, etc)
  • Food Shortages, Unemployment, Riots, Crime and
    other Civil Unrest
  • Empire Size and Splitting of the empire
  • Diocletian
  • The East and The West
  • Constantine
  • Constantinople
  • Byzantine Empire

Population decreased, schools closed, taxes and
prices soared, leaving Romans poor and the empire
slowly collapsed.
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A New Eastern Empirein Constantinople
  • Even though the Roman Empire in the West was
    falling, the Byzantine Empire in the East was
    thriving.
  • Diocletian left the empire to Constantine, who
    moved the capital and renamed it Constantinople.
  • Justinian became Emperor after Constantine.
    Justinian had a wife named Theodora.
  • Retake the old Roman Empire
  • Law (Justinians Code)
  • Church (spoke Greek not Latin and though
    Christian it was referred to as Eastern Orthodox
    Christianity)
  • After Justinians death, the Eastern Empire begin
    to decline and is eventually taken over by the
    Ottoman Turks.
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