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The Story of the Goths Kindle Edition
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The Story of the Goths by Henry Bradley is a fascinating history of the people that brought down the Romans.
Henry Bradley (3 December 1845 - 23 May 1923) was a British philologist and lexicographer who succeeded James Murray as senior editor of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED).
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2 October 2015
History buffs should definitely read this one. It's really well told and despite ranging across centuries and across different Gothic rulers with unpronounceable names, it really brings to life a people and a period that is almost a footnote in history today. I was curious about the the Goths after reading Justinian's Flea: Plague, Empire and the Birth of Europe (also a great read), and this book filled the picture in really well. I know I shouldn't give away the ending, but I was quite saddened to read of the Goths eventual demise. (A sign that the characters in the book were well drawn)
2 November 2014
anyone interested in history should read this.....I considered this one of the most informative books I have had the pleasure to reaad
2 February 2017
This is a very enjoyable book about the History of the Goths. Well written and well researched. Although not contemporary with our times the different spelling of locations and names are not difficult to resolve with the help of Wikipedia and a bit of phantasy! I recommend this book to anyone who would like a short but good account of the History of the Goths.