The dichotomy of Roman versus Barbarian which Romans maintained throughout these centuries of conflict helped to solidify Gothic identity.
The expression “secret societies,” in the alliterative and often plural form that became standard before the final quarter of the eighteenth-century.
The interaction between Nazism and occultism has long been an object of popular speculation, a differentiated portrait of modern occult tendencies.
Constantine’s Gothic political campaign lead to war, and it was only in 332 that peace came and marked a significant stage in both Roman and Gothic history.
Upon Licinius’ victory over the Goths, following the war against Constantine’s political ambitions, they fought alongside Licinius at the service in his army.
War stormed across Imperial Frontiers, an obscure political-military manoeuvre co-operated by Barbarians in the quest to strengthen the Roman Empire.