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Warriors of the Dark Ages by Lloyd Laing
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Warriors of the Dark Ages (edition 2000)

by Lloyd Laing

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Examines the barbarians from Europe and beyond who harassed, eroded and eventually caused the disintegration of the Roman Empire, including the Huns, Mongolian horsemen who swept into Europe to form a short-lived empire from the Urals to the Rhine; the Visigoths, or western Goths, who sacked Rome in 410 and ruled Spain from Toledo until the Moorish conquest in 711; the Ostrogoths, or eastern Goths, who ruled Italy from 493 until the Emperor Justinian drove them out in 534; the Franks, a group of Germanic tribes who came to rule France under the Merovingians; and the Vandals, fierce Arian Christians who invaded Gaul and Spain around 400 and sacked Rome in 455.… (more)
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Title:Warriors of the Dark Ages
Authors:Lloyd Laing
Info:Sutton Publishing (2000), Hardcover
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Tags:History, Warfare, Weapon, Early European Warfare, Barbarian

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