Causes for the fall of Rome.

Title: Causes for the fall of Rome.
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Causes for the fall of Rome.
Causes for the fall of The Roman Empire. The Roman Empire was one of the greatest empires known to man. Rome was founded in 753 B.C. and by 275 B.C. it controlled most of the present day Italy. The Roman Empire reached its peak during A.D. 100's. The empire covered about half of Europe, most of the Middle East, and the northern parts of Africa. But with every great empire, there is always a …showed first 75 words of 1086 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1086 total…empire; greatness is always followed by failure. An actor in a movie quoted, "Nothing great last forever." Rome was conquered mainly by itself. With all the controversies, financial problems, and power struggles, it is a wonder that it lasted as long as it did. The empire fell apart because it left the principle in which it was built upon, the people. Rome was a great empire, but the internal problems eventually lead to its downfall.

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