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The late 5th century saw the dissolution of Roman authority in the west, and the last person to hold the title of emperor in the West was deposed in 476 by the general Odoacer. Odoacer ruled as King of Italy for 13 years, but in 489 the Eastern Emperor Zeno sent the Ostrogoth King Theodoric the Great to re-take the Italian peninsula. After losing the Battle of Verona, Odoacer retreated to Ravenna, where he withstood a siege of three years by Theodoric, until the taking of Rimini deprived Ravenna of supplies. Theodoric took Ravenna in 493, supposedly slew Odoacer with his own hands, and Ravenna became the capital of the Ostrogothic Kingdom of Italy. Theodoric, following his imperial predecessors, also built many splendid buildings in and around Ravenna, including his palace church Sant’Apollinare Nuovo, an Arian cathedral (now Santo Spirito) and Baptistery, and his own Mausoleum just outside the walls.

[LUXURY] Social distancing greetings 6ft poster
Social distancing greetings 6ft poster
[LUXURY] Social distancing greetings 6ft poster
Social distancing greetings 6ft poster
[LUXURY] Social distancing greetings 6ft poster
Social distancing greetings 6ft poster
[LUXURY] Social distancing greetings 6ft poster
Social distancing greetings 6ft poster