HOW THE BARBARIAN INVASIONS SHAPED THE MODERN WORLD
A richly detailed chronicle that brings to life the personalities of Attila the Hun, Alaric the Goth, Genghis Khan, and many other barbarian kings. From the establishment of the English language and the foundation of world capitals, to the explosive introduction of gunpowder to Europe, the evidence dictates that the barbarians made a lasting mark on history. Well illustrated, many in color.
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