When we hear a phrase “the most powerful and magnificent state” the Rome Empire firstly comes to our minds. There are several external facts that influenced the fall of Rome Empire. Barbarians took advantage of problems already existing in the Roman society – overpopulation, poor leadership, culture and moral decay.
Many of the wealthy had water brought to their homes through lead pipes.
Previously the aqueducts had even purified the water but at the end lead pipes were thought to be preferable. The continuous interaction of people at the Colosseum, the blood and death probable spread disease.
Christianity made many Roman citizens into pacifists, making it more difficult to defend against the barbarian attackers.
Also money used to build churches could have been used to maintain the Roman empire.
But once they caused a great war which lasted 5 years and affected badly the Rome.
After Goth other barbarians did not stop to invade the city.Decline in Morals and Values Even during Pax Romana (A long period from Augstus to Marcus Aurelius when the Roman empire was stable and relativly peaceful) there were 32,000 prostitutes in Rome.Emperors like Caligula and Nero became infamous for wasting money on lavish parties where guests drank and ate until they became sick.All these factors obviously were a great threat for the Rome Empire, making it weak and unable to resist the pressure of invaders.In conclusion, we can say that there were many factors that lead to sorrowful consequences.Those who lived on the streets in continuous contact allowed for an uninterrupted strain of disease much like the homeless in the poorer run shelters of today.Alcohol use increased as well adding to the incompetency of the general public. But what are those crucial events that brought to ruin such a magnificent state?When he entered the city, Rome has already lost the control of Britain, Spain and North Africa to Goths and Vandals.But the barbarians were always present along the northern border and Rome remained vulnerable to its attack.The situation aggravated because of Goths, who never wanted to conquer the Rome Empire, but to be a part of it.