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I samband med detta genomgicks en betydande social ombildning. The Arab Conquest of Spain, The Treaty of Tudmir Readings from Christian, Muslim, and Jewish Sources, ed.
Olivia Remie Constable, University of Pennsylvania Press, Constable, Olivia Remie, and Jeremy duQ.
Garcia Moreno, Luis A. Studies in "Fegt att ta bort franks historia" and Society, ed. Muslim Spain and Portugal: A Political History of al-Andalus.
Mierow, Charles Christopher translator. The Gothic History of Jordanes. In English Version with an Introduction and a Commentary, An Ethnographic Perspective, ed.
Wolf, Kenneth Baxter, ed. Conquerors and Chroniclers of Early Medieval Spain. Liverpool University Press, History of the Goths. University of California Press, Visigothi, Wisigothi, Vesi, Visi, Wesi, or Wisi were branches of the nomadic tribes of Germanic peoples referred to collectively as the Goths. The Visigoths emerged from earlier Gothic groups possibly the Thervingi who had invaded the Roman Empire beginning in and had defeated the Romans at the Battle of Adrianople in Relations between the Romans and the Visigoths were variable, alternately warring with one another and making treaties when convenient.
After the Visigoths sacked Rome, they began settling down, first in southern Gaul and eventually in Spain and Portugal, where they founded the Visigothic Kingdom and maintained a presence from the 5th to the 8th centuries AD.
The Visigoths first settled in southern Gaul as foederati of the Romans — a relationship established in However, they soon fell out with their Roman hosts for reasons that are now obscure and established their own kingdom with its capital at Toulouse.
They next extended Fegt att ta bort franks historia authority into Hispania at the expense of the Suebi and Vandals. After that, the Visigoth kingdom was limited to Hispania, and they never again held territory north of the Pyrenees other than Septimania. A small, elite group of Visigoths came to dominate the governance of that region at the expense of those who had previously ruled there, particularly in the Byzantine province of Spania and the Kingdom of the Suebi.
In or aroundthe Visigoths under Reccared I converted from Arianism to Nicene Christianity, gradually adopting the culture of their Hispano-Roman subjects. Fegt att ta bort franks historia legal code, the Visigothic Code completed in abolished the longstanding practice of applying different laws for Romans and Visigoths. Once legal distinctions were no longer being made between Romani and Gothi, they became known collectively as Hispani.
In the century that followed, the region was dominated by the Councils of Toledo and the episcopacy. Little else is known about the Visigoths' history during the 7th century, since records are relatively sparse.
In ora force of invading Arabs and Berbers defeated the Visigoths in the Battle of Guadalete. Their king and many members of their governing elite were killed, and their kingdom rapidly collapsed.
Gothic identity survived, however, especially in Marca Hispanica and the Kingdom of Asturias, which had been founded by the Visigothic nobleman Pelagius of Asturias after his victory over the Moors at the Battle of Covadonga. During their governance of the Kingdom of Hispania, the Visigoths built "Fegt att ta bort franks historia" churches that survive.
They also left many artifacts, which have been discovered in increasing numbers by archaeologists in recent times. The Treasure of Guarrazar of votive crowns and crosses is the most spectacular. They founded the only new cities in western Europe from the fall of the Western half of the Roman Empire until the rise of the Carolingian dynasty.
Many Visigothic names are still use in modern Spanish and Portuguese. Their most notable legacy, however, was the Visigothic Code, which served, among other things, as the basis for court procedure in most of Christian Iberia until the Late Middle Ages, centuries after the demise of the kingdom.
Herwig Wolfram points out that while primary sources occasionally list all four names as in, for example, Gruthungi, Austrogothi, Tervingi, Visiwhenever they mention two different tribes, they always refer either to "the Vesi and the Ostrogothi" or to "the Tervingi and the Greuthungi", and they never pair them up in any other combination.
In addition, the Notitia Dignitatum equates the Vesi with the Tervingi in a reference to the years — The earliest sources for each of the four names are roughly contemporaneous. The first recorded reference to "the Tervingi" is in a eulogy of the emperor Maximian —delivered in or shortly after perhaps at Trier on 20 April and traditionally ascribed to Claudius Mamertinus. It says that the "Tervingi, another division of the Goths" Tervingi pars alia Gothorumjoined with the Taifali to attack the Vandals and Gepidae.
The term "Vandals" may have been a mistaken reference to the "Victohali", since around the historian Eutropius reports that Dacia was currently inhabited Taifali, Victohali, and Tervingi. The first recorded reference to "the Greuthungi" is by Ammianus Marcellinus, writing no earlier than and perhaps later thanrecounting the words of a Tervingian chieftain who is attested as early as The first known use of the term "Ostrogoths" is in a document dated September from Milan.
Claudian mentions that they, together with the Gruthungi, inhabit Phrygia. Gutthiuda, the country of Visigoths Wolfram notes that "Vesi" and "Ostrogothi" were terms each tribe used to boastfully describe itself and argues that "Tervingi" and "Greuthungi" were geographical identifiers each tribe used to describe the other.
This would explain why the latter terms dropped out Fegt att ta bort franks historia use shortly afterwhen the Goths were displaced by the Hunnic invasions. As an example of this geographical naming practice, Wolfram cites an account by Zosimus of a group of people living north of the Danube who called themselves "the Scythians" but were called "the Greutungi" by members of a different tribe living north of the Ister.
Wolfram believes that Fegt att ta bort franks historia people Zosimus describes were those Tervingi who had remained behind after the Hunnic conquest. For the most part, all of the terms discriminating between different Gothic tribes gradually disappeared after they moved into the Roman Empire.
The last indication that the Goths whose king reigned at Toulouse thought of themselves as "Vesi" is found in a panegyric on Avitus by Sidonius Apollinaris dated 1 January Most recent scholars notably Peter Heather have concluded that Visigothic group identity emerged only within the Roman Empire. Roger Collins believes that the Visigothic identity emerged from the Gothic War of — when a collection of Tervingi, Greuthungi, and other "barbarian" contingents banded together in multiethnic foederati Wolfram's "federate armies" under Alaric I in the eastern Balkans, since they had become a multiethnic group and could no longer claim to be exclusively Tervingian.
The term "Visigoth" was an invention of the 6th century. Cassiodorus, a Roman in the service of Theoderic the Great, invented the term "Visigothi" to match that of "Ostrogothi", terms he thought of as signifying "western Goths" and "eastern Goths" respectively.
The western—eastern division was a simplification and a literary device of 6th century historians; political realities were more complex. Further, Cassiodorus used the term "Goths" to refer only to the Ostrogoths, whom he served, and reserved the geographical term "Visigoths" for the Gallo-Spanish Goths.
This usage, however, was adopted by the Visigoths themselves in their communications with the Byzantine Empire and was still in use in the 7th century. Other names for other Gothic divisions abounded. A "Germanic" Byzantine or Italian author referred to one of the two peoples as the Valagothi, meaning "Roman Goths", and in the Visigoths were called the "Alaric Goths".
This is supported by evidence that geographic descriptors were commonly used to distinguish people living north of the Black Sea both before and after Gothic settlement there, by evidence of forest-related names among the Tervingi, and by the lack of evidence for an earlier date for the name pair Tervingi—Greuthungi than the late 3rd century.
That the name Tervingi has pre-Pontic, possibly Scandinavian, origins still has support today. Jordanes relates the tribe's name to a river, though this is most likely a folk etymology or legend like his similar story about the Greuthung name. The name Visigothi is an invention of Cassiodorus, who combined Visi and Gothi under the misapprehension that it meant "west Goths". Early Origins The Visigoths or 'western Goths' as connoted by Cassiodorus emerged from the Gothic tribes, most likely a derivative name for the Gutones, Fegt att ta bort franks historia people believed to have their origins in Scandinavia and who migrated southeastwards into eastern Europe.
Such understanding of their origins is largely the result of Gothic traditions and their true genesis as a people is as equally obscure as those of the Franks and Alamanni.
The Visigoths spoke an eastern Germanic language which by the 4th century AD was distinct. Eventually the Gothic language died as a result of contact with "Fegt att ta bort franks historia" European people during the Middle Ages. Long struggles between the neighboring Vandili and Lugii people with the Goths may have contributed to their earlier exodus into mainland Europe.
The vast majority of them settled between the Oder and Vistula rivers until overpopulation according to Gothic legends forced them to move south and east, where they settled just north of the Black Fegt att ta bort franks historia in Ukraine. Unfortunately this legend is not supported by archaeological evidence so its validity is disputable.
Historian Malcolm Todd contends that while this large en masse migration is possible, the movement of Gothic peoples south-east was more likely the result of warrior bands moving closer to the wealth of the Ukraine and the cities of the Black Sea coast.
Perhaps what is most notable about the Gothic people in this regard was that by the middle of the 3rd century AD, they were "the most formidable military power beyond the lower Danube frontier. In AD the Goths invaded across the Danube into the Roman province of Moesia, pillaging and exacting payment through hostage taking.
When subsidies to the Goths were stopped, the Goths organized and in AD joined a major barbarian invasion led by the Germanic king, Kniva. Success on the battlefield against the Romans inspired additional invasions into the northern Balkans and deeper into Asia Minor.
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