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Goths

The Goths (Gothic: *Gut-þiuda, *Gutans; Old Norse: Gutar/Gotar; German: Goten; Latin: Gothi; Greek: Γότθοι, Gótthoi) were an East Germanic tribe two of whose branches, the Visigoths and the Ostrogoths, played an important role in the fall of the Roman Empire and the emergence of Medieval Europe.

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Balamber
550CE from memory of Cassiodorus's History of the Goths ... confused with stories of the Hunnic assault on the Goths ... consolidated his hold over a large group of Goths ...
Written Sources About The Goths
... of Caesarea Letters Cassiodorus A lost history of the Goths used by Jordanes Claudian Poems Dexippus Scythica which was used by Zosimus for his New hystory Epitome de Caesaribus ...
Chronica Prophetica
... Gog is identified with the Goths, who will be defeated by "Ishmael", identified with the Muslims, in his own land before defeating them in Libya after 170 years of oppression (which the author believes ... He blames the Goths' defeat on their lack of penance for their sins "The city of Toledo, victor of all peoples, succombed as a victim to the triumphant Ishmaelites, and deserved to be subjected to them ... Thus Spain was ruined for its disgusting sins, in the 380th year of the Goths." De Goti, qui remanserint civitates Ispaniensis (Of the Goths, who remained in the cities of the Spaniards) Here the author ...
List Of Ukrainian Rulers - Migration Period (c. 200 – C. 800)
... Europe the The Great Migration Period kicked off with the descent of the Goths from the Baltic region into the territory of modern Ukraine, about AD 200 ... The Goths were in turn pushed out by aggressively encroaching Huns, about 375 ... The Goths went on to conquer Southern Europe and the Huns moved to the Balkans and created a Hunnic Empire which lasted for a hundred years ...
Siege Of Rome (537–538) - The Siege - Roman Ascendancy and End of The Siege
... possess Libya in security." And Belisarius replied "And we on our side permit the Goths to have the whole of Britain, which is much larger than Sicily and was subject to the Romans in early times ... and the Gothic embassy Procopius, De Bello Gothico II.VI The Goths, also suffering, like the besieged, from disease and famine, now resorted to diplomacy ... being secure in his position, dismissive of the Goths' claims, and even making sarcastic remarks at their proposals ...