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When did the Roman Empire fall?

* Lezing door Tom Holland (BBC & University of Cambridge)

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Wanneer: 20-03-2014

Aanvang: 20u00

Waar: auditorium Gallo-Romeins Museum

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When did the Roman Empire fall?

Lezing door Tom Holland (BBC & University of Cambridge)

In AD 476, Romulus Augustulus, emperor in line to Augustus, Trajan and Constantine, was deposed by a German chieftain. It is an event that in most history books is identified as marking the end of the Roman Empire. But did it?

Tom Holland explores whether the Romans themselves had any comprehension that their empire could possibly fall, traces the surprisingly obdurate survival of a Roman imperial identity across the centuries, and identifies the moment in history when the Roman Empire definitively came to an end.

Told with his enormous knowledge and wide-ranging understanding of history, this will be a hugely entertaining, provocative and utterly absorbing talk, proving why Tom has become one of the foremost authorities and scholars of the Roman Empire.

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