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Were ancient Germans simply the barbarians of the North who sacked Rome, as many believe, or was their relationship with the Romans more complex? This four-part series argues that Germanic tribes actually preserved the Roman legacy, after phases of unreported cooperation and co-existence with the empire they eventually toppled. Learn about the intricate society of the Germanic tribes, their settlements, how they buried their kings, and more.
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4.0

Not the glamour of hollywood but very educational

By Dutch

from Colborne, Canada

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Comments about PBS The Germanic Tribes: The Complete Saga - 2PK DVD:

Very good history of the Germanic Tribes included all tribes from Northern -Europe and Anglo Saksen with up to date discoveries in relation with the mighty Roman Empire. Very professional in detail with suprising know how, translated in English from the original German series.

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5.0

Really enjoyed this video

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from Three Rivers, MI.

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Comments about PBS The Germanic Tribes: The Complete Saga - 2PK DVD:

A very informative video showing how the Germanic peoples shaped Europe and European history. It touches on the individual tribes and how they were very different from one another, not just lumped up into one big barbarian group called "Germanica". I really enjoyed this video. This will go good in my collection of European history, "My history"....

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