Sack of Rome
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The city of Rome has been sacked on several occasions:
- Battle of the Allia (390 BC), by the Gauls
- Sack of Rome (410), by the Visigoths under Alaric
- Sack of Rome (455), by the Vandals under Geiseric
- Sack of Rome (546), by the Ostrogoths under Totila
- Sack of Rome (846), by the Saracens
- Sack of Rome (1084), by the Normans under Robert Guiscard
- Sack of Rome (1527), by the mutinous troops of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V
Sack of Rome may also refer to:
- Le sac de Rome, an essay by French art historian Andre Chastel
- "Sack of Rome", an exceptional victory in a chess tournament in Rome by Sofia Polgar
- The Sack of Rome: How a Beautiful European Country with a Fabled History and a Storied Culture Was Taken Over by a Man Named Silvio Berlusconi, a book by Alexander Stille
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