The Fall of the Western Roman Empire Analytical Essay by Cait B

The Fall of the Western Roman Empire
An analysis of the political, social and economic causes of the fall of the Roman Empire.
# 6913 | 1,005 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 07, 2003 in History (Greek and Roman)


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This paper looks at the internal politics of the time of the fall of the Roman Empires and examines whether these factors assisted in its collapse. It also details conflicts involving money, the Germanic tribes, religion and politics.

From the Paper:

"The great Roman Empire is famous for its extensive size, exciting culture, huge army, and its overall prosperity. The empire was easily the largest, and strongest, of its time. But not many people know what led to the fall of the western half of this huge empire. There was not one, but many causes that led to the fall of the Western Roman Empire. There were internal political, economic, and social causes for Rome’s decay. The invasion by Germanic tribes was just the final nail in the coffin for the Western Roman Empire."

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