ISBN: 978-0-631-16536-1 January 1991 Wiley-Blackwell 380 Pages
Table of contents
List of Figures.
1. The Gothic Problem.
Part I: In Search of the Goths:.
2. From the Baltic to the Black Sea.
3. The Fourth Century Kingdoms.
Part II: Goths, Huns and Romans:.
4. The Hunnic Revolution.
5. Goths and Romans: Remaking the Gothic World.
6. The Transformation of the Goths 376-476.
Part III: The Kingdoms of the Goths:.
7. The First Gothic Successor State.
8. Ostrogothic Italy: Kingdom and Empire.
9. Sixth Century Crises and Beyond.
10. Symbols, Mechanisms, and Continuities.
Appendix 1: Procopius and the Gothic Elite.
Appendix 2: Non-Goths in the Army of Totila.
1. Primary Sources.
2. Secondary Sources.
3. The Wielbark and Cernjachov Cultures.
"... an excellent introduction to the student" Archaeological Review from Cambridge
- The first book to examine the full range of Gothic history.
- Makes accessible in English new East European archaeological investigation and evidence.
- Offers a bold, new theory of Gothic ethnicity.