Rome's Enemies (1): Germanics and Dacians
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Rome's Enemies (1): Germanics and Dacians (Men-at-Arms #129)

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These vigorous northern 'barbarians' were the destroyers of the Western Empire of Rome. It was they who delivered the coup de grâce to the dying colossus in the south, subsequently creating medieval Europe, the feudal system and chivalry. Their direct descendants were the knights and men-at-arms. In every sense, they were the creators of the modern world; it is ironic that...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published November 25th 1982 by Osprey Publishing
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