The Disintegration of the Roman Empire, AD 300 to 600
This map presents the disintegration of Rome caused by nomadic groups such as the Vandals and the Huns during the fourth and fifth centuries. The map is color-keyed in regards to the kingdoms that arose after the fall of the Western Roman Empire in those regions. As religion played a large role in many of the European population’s lives, cities in which important churches reside are marked, like Paris and Rome.
In addition, the Empire of Justinian Justinian of AD 565 is outlined on the map. .
Atlas of World Art (p. 70)
Oxford University Press
© 2004 Laurance King Publishing