Germanic warrior (4th century)

Germanic warrior (4th century)

Dreaded Germanic warriors spreading out from Northern Europe toward the south also threatened the Roman Empire.

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Germanic warrior, Germanic tribe, Germanic, fighter, soldier, weapon, dagger, spear, ax, sword, shield, warfare, barbarians, Római Birodalom, Europe, Northern Europe, clothing, antiquity, history

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