The Barbarian Invasion of Rome

Rome’s weakest point in history

The “barbarian” raids of Rome were carried out by Germanic tribes (source: Wikimedia Commons)

In 375, an unprecedented movement of populations takes place in Europe, largely caused by the great invasion of the Huns, who, according to sources, were measuring everything in their path. The Visigoths led by Fritigern and Alaviv demanded the right to refuge in the empire for fear of the travelers. A year later, because of the abuses committed by the…

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Andrei Tapalaga ✒️

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