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Mark the statement if it correctly describes the beginning of the decline of the Roman Empire. A. Incompetent rulers placed huge tax burdens on the Roman citizens. B. The soldiers hired on the frontiers were not willing to go defend other parts of the empire. C. Soldiers in the outer parts of the Roman Empire often supported local commanders instead of the emperor. D. Regardless of the strength of the emperors, the Roman army was unable to hold back barbarian invasions from the south and west.
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D. Regardless of the strength of the emperors, the Roman army was unable to hold back barbarian invasions from the south and west. Reason: The roman empire was so big that barbians would peck off little bits of land by raiding their city's and towns, and they did that so much that it made the roman empire weaker, more vulnerable to attack.

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