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You can take this book in two parts , one the extensive detail on individual Goths and their careers, the other the author's theories about the nature of the Goths in Italy and specifically whether they were a people or not.
Review: People and Identity in Ostrogothic Italy, 489-554User Review - Katie - Goodreads
This book was a really fascinating read. Patrick Amory takes the traditional historical narrative - that the Ostrogoths were a Germanic, Arian tribe that swept into the Italian peninsula at the end of ... Read full review
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