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Barbarian Tides: The Migration Age and the Later Roman Empire by Walter Goffart
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Email alerts New issue alert. It also engages robustly with critics and doubters. As with all his previous books, Barbarian Tides is stimulating, challenging, and designed for impact. It simply cannot be ignored. Students of any era could benefit from watching up close how a master scholar deals with a perennial but disputed historiographical theme.
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