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Author LinkHalsall, Guy.
Title LinkBarbarian migrations and the Roman West, 376-568 / Guy Halsall.
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Description xvi, 591 p. :  ill., maps. ;  22 cm.
Type of Material Monograph
Series ( Cambridge medieval textbooks )
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Contents: Pt. I. Romans and barbarians in the imperial world -- 1. How the west was lost and where it got us -- 2. Defining identities -- 3. late Roman Empire in the west -- 4. Society beyond the frontier -- 5. Romans and barbarians before 376 -- Pt. II. world renegotiated: Western Europe, 376-550 -- 6. Gothic crisis, 376-382 -- 7. crisis of the Empire, 382-410 -- 8. triumph of the generals, 410-455 -- 9. parting of Gaul and Italy, 455-480 -- 10. Kingdoms of the Empire, 476-550 -- 11. Provincial society in the long fifth century -- 12. Beyond the old frontier -- Pt. III. Romans and barbarians in a post-imperial world -- 13. Mechanisms of migration and settlement -- 14. New peoples, new identities, new kingdoms? -- 15. changed world: the roots of failure -- App. Gildas’ narrative and the identity of the ’proud tyrant’.̃
Summary This is an examination of the barbarian migrations and their role in the creation of medieval Europe.
Subject LinkRome -- History -- Germanic Invasions, 3rd-6th centuries.
LinkEurope -- History -- 392-814.

System Number 000678160
ISBN Link9780521434911 (hbk.)
Link0521434912 (hbk.)
Link9780521435437 (pbk.)
Link0521435439 (pbk.)

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