The Western Roman Empire followed a different evolution to the Empire. byzantine
The lands of Western Europe were occupied by peoples of origin
The Germanic people came from Central and settled for centuries near the borders of the Roman Empire
Germanic people were people who did not build cities.
Germanic people mainly lived in and camps
Germanic people mainly worked in
Germanic people were organised into tribes, led by a tribal
He was elected by an of free men
The leader was the military chief and ruled with the help of with whom he established pacts of loyalty
An increase in population and the need to seek pastures for cattle caused the Germanic people to move to Europe
Some of the Germanic tribes that pushed the boundaries of the Roman Empire during the 3rd century took advantage of its to settle there.
These tribes settled in the territory of the Western Roman Empire through force or through and treaties