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5th century

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  1. the period from 401 to 500 in accordance with the Julian calendar in Anno Domini/Common Era

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  2. This century is noted for being a time of repeated disaster and instability both internally and externally for the Western Roman Empire, which finally unravelled, and came to an end in AD 476

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  3. The gomphothere , an elephant-like species, becomes extinct

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  4. Romulus Augustus, Last Western Roman Emperor
    Romulus Augustus, Last Western Roman Emperor

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  5. The year 476 is widely understood as the point at which the Western Roman Empire came to an end

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