June 15, 2020
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constantinople was taken over my the ottomen
rome was renamed istanbul/Constantine
The Black Plague between 1346 and 1349 killed almost half of the inhabitants of Constantinople.
By 1450 the empire was exhausted and had shrunk to a few square miles outside the city of Constantinople itself
The conquest of Constantinople followed a 53-day siege that had begun on 6 April 1453.
rome became a city/empire
The Battle of Agrigentum in 261 BC was the first major battle between Rome and Carthage and Rome won.
The Battle of the Catalaunian Plains in 451 AD stopped Attila the Hun
the roman civil war happened and Julius caesar won
Although unrest spread among Odoacer’s soldiers in 477- 478, no disturbances happened later in his reign.
Peace was established in 382 because of the new Roman emperor
The Romans killed over half the Visigoths in 394 during their invasion
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