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    Greece Separation from Rome
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    Source: The Library of Congress Country Studies
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    Two crises between AD 330 and 518 helped shape the Greek part of the empire. The first was the invasion by barbarian Huns, Visigoths, and Ostrogoths in the fifth century. Constantinople averted the fate of Rome, which fell to similar onslaughts, by a combination of skillful bribery and a strong army. Thus, as the West was carved into minor kingdoms, the East remained largely intact, and the balance of power in the former Roman Empire moved conclusively to the East.

    A BETTER TREATMENT OF ROMAN HISTORY CAN BE FOUND AT WWW.ROMANITY.ORG

    See also the article about FRANKS, ROMANS, FEUDALISM, AND DOCTRINE

    Data as of December 1994


    NOTE: The information regarding Greece on this page is re-published from The Library of Congress Country Studies. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Greece Separation from Rome information contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about Greece Separation from Rome should be addressed to the Library of Congress.

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