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|They left behind different archaeological cultures: the Wielbark culture in its |
Cecele phase (the Gepids), and the Chernyakhov culture (the Goths). The culture
of the Goths (earlier shared by the Gepids) underwent significant changes under
|is Jordanes' Getica, which is deeply problematic and certainly cannot be used as |
evidence for migration.76 The Wielbark culture begins earlier than the
Cˇernjachov but its later phases cover the same period as the latter.There is thus
|The Wielbark culture people may have been an important causative factor |
underlying cultural change in the DollkeimKovrovo culture. By the second half of
the first century, people of the Dollkeim-Kovrovo culture came into direct contact
on the ...
|The people of the Wielbark culture did not share a common language, nor was |
there any political unity. The most distinctive Gothic trait was that warriors were
buried without weapons; but the graves of the Wielbark culture display a variety
|WIELBARK culture O WESTBALTS cultures + PRZEWORSK culture Figure 15.1 |
The Lower Vistula in the second/third century AD in use. Similarities in this
respect between different ethnic populations of the Westbalt and Wielbark
cultures are ...
|13 Historians seem to agree on the identification of these peoples with, |
respectively, the Goths and the western Balts.14 Archaeologists connect these
ethnic labels to the 'Wielbark culture' and the 'West Baltic grave-mound culture'.
15 This ...
|The Wielbark culture has been taken by many as the first witness of Gothic |
culture on the Continent. This has not been a conclusion that all have been
willing to accept. To start with, it is notoriously difficult to bring archaeological
cultures into ...
|The Wielbark Culture contained Venedi, Rugians, Goths and Gepids and Slavs |
who gained predominance after the second century. The Venedi became Slavs,
who in the end migrated to the regions of the Upper Main. Their name, the Wends
|... they call the Wielbark culture. It is characterised by mixed cemeteries of |
cremation and inhumation, by the practice of not burying the male dead with
weapons, and burying the female dead with jewellery, especially with
characteristic pairs of ...
|... for a more settled way of life. Around 200 AD, Germanic tribesmen poured into |
the Ukraine and mixed with the indigenous population. Many of these immigrants
came from the Wielbark culture and a Gothic ethnicity was soon established as ...