The traditional historical theses asserted that a dark period for Europe began with the rupture between the Western world and the Islamic world. Today, this position takes on a new significance.
The invasion of the Germanic populations and their establishment in the space occupied by the Roman Empire created a multitude of barbarian kingdoms that filled the vacuum with power after the disappearance of the Empire.
During the third century, the Roman Empire suffered serious problems at its borders, which led to its military collapse. The control of the territory was being lost and the State entered into a clear decadence.
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