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THE URNFIELD EXPANSION
THE CITIES OF GREECE
THE RISE OF ROME
GERMANIC EXPANSION AND THE FALL OF ROME
BETWEEN ANTIQUITY AND THE MIDDLE AGES
1st century BC 1st millennium BC 3rd century 3rd century BC 6th century 6th century BC agrarian ancient ancient Greece Anglo-Saxon archaeological aristocracy barbarian barbarian Europe became become bonapartist Bronze Age cavalry Celtic Central Europe century BC chapter chariot city-states civilization colonizing expansion common competitive system complex adaptive systems conquered conquest culture democratization dominant economic effective egalitarian elite warfare emerged Etruscan European system example expansion cycle farmers fight force frontier empires Gallic expansion Gauls Germania Germanic expansion Greece Greek Hallstatt happened Hellenistic hoplite Iceland identity important indicate infantry Iron Age Italy king kingdom Kristiansen land late medieval Mediterranean Middle Ages migrations military organization peasants perhaps period political units popular army population growth probably result revolution rise Roman Empire Roman expansion Rome Scandinavia seems Slavs statehood Suiones survival Tacitus tactics term territories tribes University Press Cambridge Urnfield usually Viking Age warrior elite warrior-farmers