In the last few years of the Western Empire a series of Emperors came and went. The cycle finally ended in 476 with the exile of Romulus Augustulus.
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The Storm Before The Storm: Chapter 1- The Beasts of Italy
55:41Audio excerpt from The Storm Before the Storm: The Beginning of the End of the Roman Republic by Mike Duncan. Forthcoming Oct. 24, 2017. Pre-order a copy today! Amazon Powells Barnes & Noble Indibound Books-a-Million Or visit us at: revolutionspodcast.com thehistoryofrome.com
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179- The End
31:19The history of The History of Rome...Why the Western Empire Fell when it did...Some thoughts on the future...Thank you, goodnight.
178- Not With A Bang But A Whimper
28:22In the last few years of the Western Empire a series of Emperors came and went. The cycle finally ended in 476 with the exile of Romulus Augustulus.
177- The Burning Ships
26:41In 468 the two halves of the Empire combined forces to dislodge the Vandals from North Africa.They failed spectacularly.
176- The Quote Unquote Emperor
25:01From 461-465 the Western Empire was ruled by Ricimer through a puppet Emperor named Libius Severus. Not everyone in the west was supportive of the new regime.
175- Trying to Take It All Back
24:51From 457-461, Majorian marched around trying to reassert Imperial authority over the provinces while Ricimer remained in Italy.
174- The Sack of Rome Part II
24:20Following the death of Valentinian III there was an Imperial power struggle in the West. In the midst of this struggle, the Vandals sacked Rome in 455 AD.
173- The Broken Bow
28:55In the early 450s a string of deaths changed the political dynamic of Roman world. Between 450 and 455 Galla Placidia, Aelia Pulcheria, Atilla the Hun, Flavius Aetius and Valentinian III would all die- leaving the stage wide open for the next generation of leaders. Also, an announcment.