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A History of the Ostrogoths by  Thomas S Burns - First Edition - 1984 - from E Ridge fine Books and

A History of the Ostrogoths

by Burns, Thomas S

Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket

Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1984. First Edition. Hardcover. 0253328314 . Pristine book with very slight ding on the DJ edge. Xvii, 1-299 pp. Extensive Notes & Bliography. Index. This work "traces their initial contact with the Roman world in the third century through the dissolution of their kingdom in Italy in 554. It depicts early Ostrogothic society and studies the interactions between these barbarians and the Roman Empire - relations and exchanges which played an important role in the metamorphosis, rise, and fall of Ostrogothic society."; 9.20 X 6.40 X 1.30 inches; 320 pages .


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