Armies and Politics in the Early Medieval West
In these articles Professor Bachrach starts by looking at aspects of the barbarian occupation of the land of the Roman Empire, from Britain to the Alan settlements in southern Gaul. His particular interest, however, is in political and, above all, in the military structures that grew out of the Early Middle Ages.
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The Questions of King Arthurs Existence
The Alans in Gaul
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