The Fall of Roman Empire.
According to Wikipedia, a Roman governor was an official either elected or appointed to be the chief administrator of Roman law throughout one or more of the many provinces constituting the Roman Empire.
These governors were also know as propraetor or proconsul.
These governors were primarily empowered to to take charges of various provinces so as to govern them.
They were also responsible for overseeing the collection of taxes and other payments that the province owed Rome.
But many of the governors sent from Rome to different parts of the empires where being to hard on the people they were sent to govern.
Thus, of the governors sent from Rome to different parts of the empire began to neglect the people they had been sent to look after. Instead, they tried to make themselves rich by taxing the people too heavily.
So conditions became so bad that rebellions broke out in different parts of the Roman empire.
The RomanEmpire was also attacked from outside by the warlikeGerimanic peoples living beyond the Northern frontier. All peoples who were outside the rule of the RomanEmpire were called barbarians’ by the Romans.
Many Roman legions were stationed along the frontiers to stop the barbarians from breaking through.
A legion consisted of about 5,000. However, the frontier was about 5,000 kilometers by land, a great strain on the Roman army to defend it.
As the empire grew weaker, it became more and more difficult for the Romans to keep out the restless barbarians.
The barbarians had many names, according to the area from which they came.
From about A.D. 257 onwards, some of the Germanic tribes, such as the Franks, the Alemanni, the Burgundians, and the vandals, began to break through into Gaul (the country which we now call France).
By about A.D. 450 it was clear that the Roman Empire would soon fall. So people from the north and north-cast/of Europen also invaded the empire.
The Roman Empire finally split in two in A.D. 476. The eastern half had its capital at Constantinople.
This city was named after Constantine the Great, the first Roman Christian emperor.
Meanwhile, the eastern half flourished until A.D.1453, when it was overcome by the Turkish Moslems.
The fate of the western half of the empire was different. It was overrun by barbarians invaders, who destroyed many cities and works of art.
The invaders divided up the empire into many petty kingdoms.
Similarly, those from the north-east were called Ostrogoths. While those who swept through the west of the empire from the north were called Visigoths.
The invaders were not as civilized as the Romans whom they conquered. However, although they destroyed many things, they adopted much of the rich civilization of the Romans.
Another group, the vandals, crossed the Mediterranean to North Africa. They were so destructive that their name “vandal” has passed into the English language to mean a person who takes delight in destroying valuable things.