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Q: Who sacked Rome in 1527?
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What type of enemy of rome burnt it down?

No enemies burned Rome down. Rome was sacked four times during antiquity: by the Gauls (390 B.C., the Visigoths, 410,the Vandals, 455 and the Ostrogoths, 546. It was sacked once in the Middle Ages by the troops of the German emperor in 1527. However, in none of these occasion there was a burning down of Rome.


Who attacked rome?

If by Rome you mean the city of Rome, it was sacked by the Gallic tribe of the Senones in 390 BC. The Alemanni reached the outskirts between 258 and 260. Alaric I of the Visigoths besieged it twice and sacked it in his third attack (407-410). The vandals sacked it in 455. in 866 the arabs looted St Peter's, which was outside the walls. The Ostrogoths sacked it in 546 during the Gothic wars. In 1084 it was the Normans and in 1527 it was mutinous troops of emperor Charles V


Who sacked and destroyed the city of rome in 476?

The Gauls sacked and destroyed the city of Rome in 476.


Who destroyed Rome in A.D. 455?

Rome was sacked by the Vandals, but was not actually destroyed. In fact, Rome still exists. Rome was also asked in 410 by the Visigoths, in 546 by the Ostrogoths, in 846 by the Saracens, in 1084 by the Normans and in 1527 by mutinous troops of Charles V.


Who sacked the city of rome?

Well there are two sections of the Roman Empire, the Western and the Eastern (which didn't end until 1527), but I'm going to assume you mean the Western. Rome was sacked multiple times throughout history, but the three most prominent times are by Visigoths in 410 AD, and the Vandals in 455 AD, and the Ostrogoths.


What groups attacked rome?

If by Rome you mean the city of Rome, it was sacked by the Gauls in 390 BC, the Visigoths in 410 AD, the Vandals in 455 AD, the Ostrogoth in 546, the Normans in 1084, and the troops of the Holy Roman emperor in 1527. The Arabs also sacked the Vatican (but not Rome) in 846. If by Rome you mean the Roman empire, the western part of the empire was invaded by various Germanic peoples: the Vandals, Sueves, Alans, Burgundians, Alemanni, Angles, Saxons, Jutes, and Frisians.


General who sacked rome during the punic wars?

No one sacked Rome during the Punic Wars.


Which barbarian group sacked rome in 476 B.C?

No one sacked Rome in 476 BC. Rome was sacked by the Senone Gauls in 390 BC


Which group of people was responsible for sacking rome?

Rome was sacked three times in ancient times and twice in the Middle Ages. In ancient times Rome was sacked by the Gauls in 390 B.C., the Visigoths in 410 A.D., the Vandals in 455 A.D, and the Ostrogoths in 546 A.D. In medieval times Rome was sacked by the soldiers of the Norman from the duke of Apulia, Robert Guiscard in 1084and by the mutinous troops of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V in 1527. In addition to the above, in 846, Arab raiders plundered the outskirts of Rome, sacking Old St. Peter's and St. Paul's-Outside-the-Walls. but not the city itself


The German tribe that sacked rome?

Rome has been sacked by the Visigoths, Vandals, Ostrogoths, and many more.


What year did the vandals attack rome?

The Vandals sacked Rome in 455.


Did Arabs ever sack Rome?

Yes, for in 846, Arabs sacked Rome.