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Tacitus' Agricola.
Tacitus' Annals.
The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
De Bello Gallico, by Julius Caesar
Tacitus' Germania.
The Goths, by Jordanes.
Histories, by Tacitus.
History of Rome, by Livy.
Mispogon by Julian
New Testament.
Metamorphosis by Ovid.
Parallel lives by Plutarch.
Suetonius 12 Caesars
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links of: Huns

Gth Chapter 5: About Scythia.
Gth Chapter 9: Telefus.
Gth Chapter 24: Origin of the Huns.
Gth Chapter 25: The Visigoths in Moesia.
Gth Chapter 33: The Vandals.
Gth Chapter 34: Theodorid and Litorius.
Gth Chapter 35: Attila the Hun.
Gth Chapter 36: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Preliminaries.
Gth Chapter 37: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Foretellings.
Gth Chapter 38: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Formation.
Gth Chapter 39: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Speech of Attila.
Gth Chapter 40: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Death of Theodorid.
Gth Chapter 41: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. The End
Gth Chapter 42: Attila in Italy.
Gth Chapter 43: Huns against Visigoths.
Gth Chapter 48: The Ostrogoths (1).
Gth Chapter 49: The death of Attila.
Gth Chapter 50: Succession of Attila.
Gth Chapter 52: The Ostrogoths (2).
Gth Chapter 53: The Ostrogoths against Huns and Suavi.

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Quotes:
The Huns, fiercer than ferocity itself
Gth Chapter 24: Origin of the Huns.

Filimer, king of the Goths, son of Gadaric the Great, who was the fifth in succession to hold the rule of the Getae after their departure from the of Scandza, -- and who, as we have said, entered the land of Scythia with his tribe, -- found among his people certain witches, whom he called in his native tongue Haliurunnae. Suspecting these women, he expelled them from the midst of his race and compelled them to wander in solitary exile afar from his army. (122) There the unclean spirits, who beheld them as they wandered through the wilderness, bestowed their embraces upon them and begat this savage race, which dwelt at first in the swamps, -- a stunted, foul and puny tribe, scarcely human, and having no language save one which bore but slight resemblance to human speech. Such was the descent of the Huns who came to the country of the Goths.
Gth Chapter 24: Origin of the Huns.

The Huns, who had been wholly ignorant that there was another world beyond Maeotis
Gth Chapter 24: Origin of the Huns.


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