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By Charles Kingsley
Rome died and its empire collapsed when wealth corrupted the social system and continual warfare sapped the bloodstream of the original founders. The final death blow was delivered by waves of fierce Germanic Goths and Lombards. The Teuton and the Roman describes the decadence of the latter-day Roman empire, and the revitalization of its Italian territories under the conquering Germanic nations that settled and repopulated northern Italy.
Edited and abridged by J. W. Jamieson
Softcover, 122 pages
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 26 February, 2012.