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Agenda. Attendance Notes/Lecture Worksheet Finish incomplete work Invitation : G uided Study /After School. Fall of Roman Empire. 3 rd century AD. Rome had many problems inside Rome from outside Rome Rulers try reforms. Economy. Trade disrupted Hostile tribes Pirates

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agenda
Agenda
  • Attendance
  • Notes/Lecture
  • Worksheet
  • Finish incomplete work
  • Invitation: Guided Study/After School
fall of roman empire
Fall of Roman Empire
  • 3rd century AD.
  • Rome had many problems
  • inside Rome
  • from outside Rome
  • Rulers try reforms
economy
Economy
  • Trade disrupted
    • Hostile tribes
    • Pirates
  • No source for new gold/silver
    • Raised taxes
    • Made coins with less silver
      • Inflation
military and political
Military and Political
  • Soldiers
    • Less disciplined
    • Loyalty to commander/not Rome
  • Mercenaries
    • Lower pay than Roman Soldiers
    • Little Loyalty
  • Citizens
    • Less loyal too
reforms
Reforms
  • Diocletian
    • Became emperor 284 AD
    • Strict ruler/reforms
    • Restored order
    • Divided empire into East (Greek) and West (Latin)
    • He keeps overall control, but shares power in West
      • He keeps East
constantine
Constantine
  • Controls Empire
    • West 312 AD
    • East 324 AD
  • Moved capital to Byzantium
  • Power shifts from West to East
    • Later named Constantinople
western empire crumbles
Western Empire Crumbles
  • Germanic Invasions
    • The Huns
      • Came from Asia
      • Destroyed everything in their path
    • Germanic people ran to Roman lands
    • Western Empire couldn’t fight off
      • 410 AD overran Western Empire
      • 3 days
western empire crumbles1
Western Empire Crumbles
  • Attila the Hun
    • unites the Huns
    • 100,000 soldiers
    • Terrorizes both East/West Empires
    • 70 cities plundered in East -- Constantinople survives
    • Advanced on Rome in 452 AD
      • Didn’t conquer –Famine - Disease
eastern empire remains
Eastern Empire Remains

Byzantine Empire

Lasts 1000 years

Preserved Greek and Roman Culture

Heirs to Augustus Caesar

Falls to Ottoman Turks in 1453