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The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. 284 AD Diocletian divided empire in two East Greek speaking West-Latin speaking. 312 AD-Constantine became Emperor. 330 AD-Moved the capital from Rome to Byzantium. 376-476 AD-Decline and Fall. Germans poured into Roman territory

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  • Germans poured into Roman territory

  • 410 AD-Visigoths stormed into Rome

  • 452 AD-Attila the Hun advanced toward Rome

  • 455 AD-Vandals sacked Rome

  • 476 AD-The last emperor was deposed



Rome and Western Civilization

  • Virgil, Tacitus, Livy and Ovid.

  • Latin-The Language of Rome

    • The Dome

    • Concrete

    • Aqueducts

    • Roman Law


Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

Citizens lost their sense of patriotism

284 AD Diocletian divided empire in two

East- Greek speaking

West- Latin speaking

312 AD- Constantine became Emperor

330 AD- Moved the capital from Rome to Byzantium

376 - 476 AD- Decline and Fall

Germans poured into Roman territory

410 AD- Visigoths stormed into Rome

452 AD- Attila the Hun advanced toward Rome

455 AD- Vandals sacked Rome

476 AD- The last emperor was deposed

Byzantine Empire survived for another 1,000 years

Rome and Western Civilization

Virgil, Tacitus, Livy, and Ovid.

Latin- The language of Rome

The Arch

The Dome

Concrete

Aqueducts

Roman law


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