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The Alamanni and Rome 213-496 (Caracalla to Clovis)

by John F. Drinkwater

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages419
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Open LibraryOL7405505M
ISBN 100199295689
ISBN 109780199295685

The papers presented in this book take as their subject the military, political and economic changes forced upon the inhabitants of Gaul during the fifth century AD. They seek to describe and explain how Gallo-Romans of all orders of society reacted to barbarian invasion and the growing debilitation of the western imperial government. The unusually wide range of topics dealt with allows the. In addition to a useful little bibliography and a couple of maps, the book also includes a useful glossary and a historical note. Q. V. Hunter openly acknowledges that he drew quite heavily of John Drinkwater’s book (The Alamanni and Rome ).

Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. The Alamanni and Rome, – Ceremonial, Space, and Authority at Rome from Constantine to Gregory the Great,” in K. Cooper and J. Hillner, eds., Religion, Dynasty, and Patronage in Early Christian Rome. The Alamanni are best known for fighting Rome. This chapter examines the course of such conflict, from the arrival of Maximian in Gaul to that of Julian. Neighbouring Germani were always tempted to raid when they felt they would go unpunished. In the case of the Alamanni, such aggression may occasionally have been increased by the arrival of new war-bands from the Elbe-Germanic triangle.

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The Alamanni and Rome 213-496 (Caracalla to Clovis) by John F. Drinkwater Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a very interesting, original and, at times, fascinating book on the relations between the Alamanni, a confederation of Germanic tribes on the right bank of the Upper and Middle Rhine, and the Roman Empire between the third century and the fifth century, from the reign of Caracalla to their defeat and conquest by Clovis and his Franks/5(5).

The Alamanni and Rome focuses upon the end of the Roman Empire. From the third century AD, barbarians attacked and then overran the west.

Some--Goths, Franks, Saxons--are well known, others less so. The latter include the Alamanni, despite the fact that their name is found in the French ("Allemagne") and Spanish ("Alemania") for "Germany."4/5.

The Alamanni were a Germanic people that figure prominently in the history of the later Empire. Despite their high profile, there has been surprisingly little written on them in English. This study aims to fill the gap.

Drawing on the latest literary, historical, and archaeological research, it seeks to establish the origins of the Alamanni, the pattern and character of their settlement, the. The Alamanni and Rome focuses upon the end of the Roman Empire. From the third century AD, barbarians attacked and then overran the west.

Some--Goths, Franks, Saxons--are well known, others less so. The latter include the Alamanni, despite the fact that their name is found in the French ("Allemagne") The Alamanni and Rome 213-496 book Spanish ("Alemania") for "Germany.". The Alamanni and Rome (Caracalla to Clovis) John F.

Drinkwater. Provides a comprehensive picture of the Alamanni and their developing relationship with Rome; Integrates the latest historical and archaeological findings; Extensively illustrated, to allow easy identification of key sites and concepts.

The Alamanni and Rome focuses upon the end of the Roman Empire. From the third century AD, barbarians attacked and then overran the west. Some--Goths, Franks, Saxons--are well known, others less so. The latter include the Alamanni, despite the fact that their name is found in the French (''Allemagne'') and Spanish (''Alemania'') for ''Germany.''.

The Alamanni and Rome focuses upon the end of the Roman Empire. From the third century AD, barbarians attacked and then overran the west. Some - Goths, Franks, Saxons - are well known, others less so. The latter include the Alamanni, despite the fact that their name is found in the French ('Allemagne') and Spanish ('Alemania') for 'Germany'.

The Alamanni and Rome focuses upon the end of the Roman Empire. From the third century AD, barbarians attacked and then overran the west.

Some - Goths, Franks, Saxons - are well known, others less so. The latter include the Alamanni, despite the fact that their name is found in the French ('Allemagne') and Spanish ('Alemania') for 'Germany'/5(2).

This is a very interesting, original and, at times, fascinating book on the relations between the Alamanni, a confederation of Germanic tribes on the right bank of the Upper and Middle Rhine, and the Roman Empire between the third century and the fifth century, from the reign of Caracalla to their defeat and conquest by Clovis and his Franks/5(2).

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Some--Goths, Franks, Saxons--are well known, others less so. The latter include the Alamanni, despite the fact that their name is found in the French ("Allemagne") and Spanish ("Alemania") for "Germany."Brand: John F Drinkwater.

The Alamanni and Rome focuses upon the end of the Roman Empire. From the third century AD, barbarians attacked and then overran the west.

Some - Goths, Franks, Saxons - are well known, others less so. The latter include the Alamanni, despite the fact that their name is found in the French ('Allemagne') and Spanish ('Alemania') for 'Germany'.4/5(3).

The Alamanni and Rome (Caracalla to Clovis). [J F Drinkwater] -- "The Alamanni figure prominently in both ancient and modern accounts of barbarian raiding into the Roman Empire from the third century A.D. Settling in 'Alamannia' (roughly modern Wurttemberg), Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

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The Alamanni and Rome, (Caracalla to Clovis). [John F Drinkwater]. The Alemanni (also known as the Alamanni and the Alamans, meaning "All Men" or "Men United") were a confederacy of Germanic-speaking people who occupied the regions south of the Main and east of the Rhine rivers in present-day Germany.

Many historians claim that the Alemanni first enter the historical record in CE when Cassius Dio records the campaigns of Caracalla and his. Drinkwater, The Alamanni and Rome.

(Caracalla to Clovis) (Oxford ). The Alemanni were a confederation of Germanic tribes on the Upper Rhine River. First mentioned by Cassius Dio in the context of the campaign of Caracalla ofthe Alemanni captured the Agri Decumates inand later expanded into present-day Alsace, and northern Switzerland, leading to the establishment of the Old High German language in those regions, by the eighth century named.

This is a very interesting, original and, at times, fascinating book on the relations between the Alamanni, a confederation of Germanic tribes on the right bank of the Upper and Middle Rhine, and the Roman Empire between the third century and the fifth century, from the reign of Caracalla to their defeat and conquest by Clovis and his Franks/5.

Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Drinkwater, J.F. Alamanni and Rome (Caracalla to Clovis). Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: J F Drinkwater.

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