In what century did the Western Roman Empire collapse?

After the fall of Rome in 410 AD under the attacks of the Visigoths, the Western Roman Empire gradually began to fall apart. Control over the vast territories that were part of the Western Roman Empire weakened and was subsequently lost. In 455, Rome was sacked by an army of Vandals. Ultimately, on September 4, 476 AD, the leader of the Germanic tribes Odoacer overthrew the last Roman emperor Romulus Augustus. This event of the fifth century AD is considered to be the date when the empire ceased to exist.

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