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Thus, I haven’t included these in my list of Top 10 Most Ancient Civilizations Ever Existed. There was, however, also an ideal that a son should succeed his father. These various factors included hydrotropy, disease, and various social and economic situations. (29:00) Program 14 discusses the fall of Rome, including political problems, a decline in military power, and economic and social factors that led to the eventual invasion and capture by the Goths in 410. (27:49) Video/C 1506 Programs 15-16.

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