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Ostrogoths   (translated from French)
Ostrogoths Ostrogoths were one of the two fractions of ... would have been divided into two branches: Ostrogoths and them Visigoths. A geographical explanation of ... of the "country of the west" and Ostrogoths being the "Goths of the east". Nevertheless ... an etymological nature this time: the name Ostrogoths could also come from the name ...
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Ostrogoth This article deals with the continental Ostrogoths. For information on the Ostrogoths that Jordanes placed in Scandinavia, see Ostrogothia, Scandza and Geats. The Ostrogoths ("Gleaming Goths"), in distinction to the Visigoths ... third century, when they apparently split into Ostrogoths and Visigoths. Both tribes shared many aspects ... area along the Black Sea where these Ostrogoths established a vast and powerful kingdom. ...
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Theodoric the Great
... as Flavius Theodoricus, was king of the Ostrogoths (488-526), ruler of Italy (493-526 ... See near Carnuntum, a year after the Ostrogoths had thrown off nearly a century of ... boy, as a hostage to secure the Ostrogoths' compliance with a treaty Theodemir had concluded ... He afterwards returned to live among the Ostrogoths when he was 20 years old, and ... king in 488. At the time, the Ostrogoths were settled in Byzantine territory as ...
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Battle of Taginae
... Casus belli: Territory changes: Combatants Byzantine Empire Ostrogoths Commanders Narses Totila† Strength 20,000 unknown ... eunuch Narses broke the power of the Ostrogoths in Italy, and brought the entire peninsula ... I decided to retake Italy from the Ostrogoths, who had themselves retaken it in the ... sides, with terrible casualties. Then as the Ostrogoths struggled to maintain their momentum, Narses brought ... attack the flanks. By early evening, the Ostrogoths were completely disorganized and when Narses ...
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History of West Eurasia
... middle of the 4th Century the Germanic Ostrogoths had established a large kingdom north of ... the Huns attacked the Ostrogothic kingdom. The Ostrogoths were defeated and the defeated Germans were ... t fooled and in 489 dispached the Ostrogoths under Theodoric the Amal who established their ... divided into four kingdoms. Along with the Ostrogoths in Italy the Visigoths ruled Spain, the ... falling in 533. Justinian’s next target the Ostrogoths who were only finally defeated in ...
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Battle of Nedao
... Place Pannonia Result Victory of Gepids and Ostrogoths, death of king Ellac Combatants Gepids, Ostrogoths and some other Germanic tribes Huns Commanders King Theodemir of the Ostrogoths, King Ardaric of the Gepids King Ellac ... of the arena of Roman history. The Ostrogoths received Roman lands in Pannonia, and their ... old rivalry between the Gepids and the Ostrogoths spurred up again and they were ...
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... century, the tribe split into two: the Ostrogoths remained in Scythia, while the Visigoths migrated ... defeated by the year 450. Both the Ostrogoths and Visigoths became heavily Romanized during this ... Sea. This group became known as the Ostrogoths. The Goths were briefly reunited under one ... history of the Goths, see Visigoths and Ostrogoths. Origins Explaining the origins of the Goths ... of Östergötland (Ostrogothia in Latin) were the Ostrogoths. The Spanish delegation then retorted that ...
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Teodemir (king)   (translated from Russian)
... was selected in the kings of the Ostrogoths after death of its elder brother Valamira ... east, made room their vassalov of the Ostrogoths, who were removed from the long occupied ... to return to itself supremacy above the Ostrogoths. During the day, when arrived information about ... marches. Break with Byzantium soon occurred. The Ostrogoths were dissatisfied by their dwellings in Pannonii ... Videmira to settle of gallium, where the Ostrogoths merged with vestgotami. Teodemir broke in ...
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Goths   (translated from French)
... century , date on which they separated in Ostrogoths or "Goths brilliances", in the East, and ... kingdom along the Black Sea. They became Ostrogoths. Goths were briefly joined together under a ... the Swedish province of Westrogothie/Västergötland) and Ostrogoths (probably the Swedish province ofOstrogothie/Östergötland). This ... on mer Black . 257 : Goths separate in Ostrogoths and Wisigoths . 267 : Goths plunder Thrace, Macedonia ...
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Talk:Attila the Hun to Charlemagne
... 378/386, m. Vadamarca Amalinga of the Ostrogoths' royal family Oktar , Cham of the Huns ... m. [Amalinga], (dt. Theodoric the Great, K. Ostrogoths ca. 475-525) Austrigusa , m. Waccho, K ... them was conspicuous the army of the Ostrogoths under the leadership of the brothers Valamir ... prized him and Valamir, king of the Ostrogoths, above all the other chieftains. Valamir was ...
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