Essays On The Fall Of The Roman Empire
The government had to pay soldiers to patrol the frontiers of the empire; it could no longer rely on the loot to serve as the pay for the soldiers.
During peace times it was easy to govern these areas but during war times it proved difficult.Merchants now charged more money because these new coins were not worth as much as the old ones.This created inflation, this problem plagued the empire until its fall.They received permission from the Emperor to live in the Empire.A couple of years later the Romans sent an army to defeat the Germans and failed to defeat them. The Germans continued to sack the west; they invaded Italy and sacked Rome.There was no certain official date when Rome was considered to fall. Rome influenced every civilization after and in a sense we are all Roman citizens.The great Empire of Rome, the greatest power to ever rule the Mediterranean had fallen. Their faults in politics, economics and other things contributed to their fall.He also reorganized the problems in the civil service and made them responsible directly to the emperor. They decided that moving into the Roman Empire was a good idea.He increased the size of the army and trained them better. The Roman army was spread thin and could barely cope with the Germans.There was no one single cause; it was many things happening at once, which caused the fall of Rome.The leaders of today should look at Rome’s mistakes and be sure not to make the same ones again.