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They took the entire city. With this the Roman structure of government and services were gone. This was a start of the Middle Ages an age of chaos and poverty.

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Q: What were the Germanic tribes that invaded Rome in the A.D.400s What parts did they capture?
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Why were the franks better at governing than other germanic tribes?

Basically because the Franks had been conquered by the Romans and had become part of the Roman Empire whereas the Germanic Tribes had not. Roman conquest brought peace and security to the land and trade was able to flourish. The Franks readily adapted to Roman culture and system of government which the Latin Christian Church continued after the fall of the Empire. The Germanic tribes however had no centralized government or even one single king.

A barbaric tribe that helped bring about the collapse of rome?

Several Germanic tribes and the Alans (who were Iranian speakers) contributed to the fall of the western part of the Roman Empire (which is what the term fall of Rome refers to). In continental Europe they were: the Vandals, Sueves, Alemanni, Burgundians and Visigoths. On Britain they were the Angles, Saxons, Jutes and Frisians.

What was Hitler's views on the British people Would the English Scottish and Welsh be treated the same as Germanic people?

The Anglo-Saxons (the English before the Norman expansion) were a combination of two German tribes. In fact (most people don't know) but hitlers true plan before Heimler got involved was to unite the Germanic peoples (German, Dutch, English, as well as the nordic countries (which are also Germanic) into a melting pot similar to America, but with nothing but Germanic peoples. He Admired the British and didn't wish for war with them. That is why the battle of Britain happened. He wished to scare them out of the war and then allie with them. But the british wouldn't have it.

Who were the Aryan tribe led by?

Rajah-chief who led Aryan tribes.

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Two germanic tribes that invaded the British Isles in the fourth century were?

The Angles and Saxons were the largest Germanic tribes that invaded the British Isles. They are generally called (together with the Jutes) the Anglo-Saxons.

The Anglo-Saxons were tribes that invaded Britain in the 5th and 6th centuries?


Did rome fall apart after germanic tribes invaded the empire?

While the germanic tribes were invading, a germanic leader Odoacer, a former Roman army recriut, finally conquered Rome in 476 A.D.

What three germanic tribes invaded England after the Romans left?

Four germanic peoples invaded England: The Angles, Saxons and Jutes from northern Germany and the Frisians from northern Holland.

Who were the people that invaede rome?

Germanic tribes are the people who invaded the Western Roman Empire.

The Anglo-Saxons were what tribes that invaded Britain in the 5th and 6th centuries?


What were the three tribes that invaded the roman empire between 410 and 476 CE?

germanic, huns and slavs were the three tribes

What were some of the names of the barbarian tribes that invaded the Roman empire?

Franks, Goths, Visigoths, lombards and countless other germanic tribes

What Germanic tribes who invaded much of England later united and became known as?


What were the germanic tribes that invaded England around 449 AD?

The Angles and Saxons from Germany and the Jutes from Denmark invaded England in 449 A.D.

The 3 tribes that invaded the Roman Empire between 410 and 476 C.E. was what?

Germanic, Huns and Slavs

Who spoke Germanic?

Germanic languages were spoken by ancient Germanic tribes and later evolved into modern German, English, Dutch, and other languages. Some famous Germanic-speaking figures include the Anglo-Saxon warriors who invaded England, Charlemagne of the Franks, and the Gothic tribes in Eastern Europe.