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FIFTH CENTURY
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Definitions

  1. The fifth century was the Hun's century.
  2. The fifth century was a period of political chaos and social upheaval. (Web site)
  3. The fifth century was a critical time in the Eastern Empire's history, for this is when the emperor Justinian ruled.
  4. The fifth century was drawing to a close, and the days of Patrick were numbered.
  5. In the fifth century, the Angles, in conjunction with the Saxons, migrated into Britain, and perpetuated their name by giving appellation to England. (Web site)

Frescoes

  1. The Sigiriya Frescoes from the fifth century. (Web site)

Avars

  1. We first hear of the Avars in the fifth century, when they still lived beyond the Volga. (Web site)

Western Empire

  1. During the fifth century Rome was sacked several times and the Western Empire ceased to exist effectively. (Web site)
  2. During the first half of the fifth century the eastern empire was holding steady, but the western empire was crumbling. (Web site)

Burgundians

  1. Galla Placidia was an important figure in the Roman Empire in the first half of the fifth century. (Web site)
  2. A (Codex Alexandrinus, fifth century) and C (Codex Ephraemi, fifth century) are the oldest representatives of the Byzantine family. (Web site)

Ricimer

  1. Ricimer Ricimer (born about 405, died August 18, 472) was master of the Roman Empire in the West during part of the fifth century.
  2. Declining population in the West between the Roman third century and the end of the fifth century.

Romans

  1. The Greek historian Herodotus (fifth century BC) confirms that Pelasgians ('Sea Peoples') had settled in Greece long before his time. (Web site)
  2. It was finally abandoned by the Romans, early in the fifth century AD, when the weakening Empire pulled back its legions to defend borders on the Continent. (Web site)

Augustine

  1. The Alemanni settled the Swiss plateau in the fifth century AD and the valleys of the Alps in the eighth century AD, forming Alemannia. (Web site)
  2. This is precisely what was at issue in the battle between Augustine and Pelagius in the fifth century. (Web site)

Nalanda

  1. Buddhism was founded around the fifth century BCE by Siddhartha Gautama, hereafter referred to as "the Buddha". (Web site)
  2. Founded in the fifth century AD, Nalanda is well known as an ancient seat of learning.

Alans

  1. In the early part of the fifth century, they began expanding south from their homeland along the Rhine River into Roman-controlled Gaul (modern France). (Web site)
  2. In the early fifth century, the Vandals, Sueves and Alans also crossed the Rhine. (Web site)
  3. According to the account of Salvian, a priest who lived in the fifth century in southern Gaul, patronage had become quite prevalent in that region. (Web site)

Mosaics

  1. At the top of the page, a detail from the mosaics in the basilica of Saint Mary Major, Rome, fifth century, depicting the heavenly Jerusalem.
  2. By the fifth century BC, Zis had become, thanks to re-colonization, a Carthaginian city, but Sicily's Greeks made frequent forays into it. (Web site)
  3. In the fifth century, several of the Oriental Churches, under Pope Dioscorus, the Patriarch of Alexandria, separated from Rome and Constantinople.
  4. By the fifth century, Christendom was divided into a pentarchy of five sees with Rome holding the primacy. (Web site)
  5. English was first spoken in Britain by Germanic tribes in the Fifth Century AD. At that time it was known as the Old English (Anglo-Saxon) period.

Vandals

  1. In the fifth century, the Vandals, Burgundians, and Anglo-Saxons founded numerous states on the territory of the Western Roman Empire.
  2. In the middle of the fifth century, the invaders, Angles and Saxons from Germany and Jutes from Denmark, crossed the North Sea. (Web site)

Suevi

  1. The origin of the kingdom lies in the fifth century, when Suebi settled permanently in the former Roman province called Gallaecia.
  2. In the early Fifth Century, a Visigothic kingdom had been established in Spain.
  3. In the fifth century, their name likewise disappears, and merges in that of the Suevi, among whom they are again mentioned in Spain. (Web site)

Stilicho

  1. ISBN 0700717625 ^ large numbers of Mahayana sutras were being composed in the period between the beginning of the common era and the fifth century.
  2. The Lombards move to lands north of the Danube following the annihalation of the Rugi in the late fifth century. (Web site)
  3. There, at the beginning of the fifth century, Stilicho still had a good chance of saving the Empire. (Web site)
  4. They were dated to the end of the fifth century or the beginning of the sixth century C.E. (Web site)

Goths

  1. The Goths remained divided as the Visigoths and Ostrogoths during the fifth century. (Web site)
  2. Elsewhere, Saxons invaded Britain and at the end of the fifth century, Ostrogoths occupied Italy. (Web site)

Visigoths

  1. In the late fifth century Clovis of the Franks pushed the Visigoths out of France and over the Pyrenees Mountains. (Web site)
  2. Eluned was believed to be one of the twenty-four daughters of Brychan Brycheiniog, a fifth century king, who had embraced the new faith of Christianity.
  3. This is what appears to have happened with the Salian Franks whose Merovingian Kings dominated the region from the fifth century onwards. (Web site)
  4. Barbarians probably made up the majority of soldiers in the Western Roman army in the fifth century. (Web site)

Attila

  1. Attila the Hun was a fierce warrior and king of the horse-riding Huns who harassed the Roman Empire during the fifth century. (Web site)
  2. In the fifth century, both Alaric the Goth and then Attila and the Huns devastated the area. (Web site)

Fifth Century

  1. The Merovingian dynasty, descended from the Salians, founded one of the Germanic monarchies which replaced the Western Roman Empire from the fifth century.
  2. Herodotus, the Greek historian of the fifth century B.C. describes ancient Ethiopia in his writings. (Web site)
  3. In iconic representations the Gigantomachy was a favorite theme of the Greek vase-painters of the fifth century (illustration above right).
  4. A 5 page paper which discusses the parallels the film "Manchurian Candidate" and Aeschylus' "Libation Bearers" of the fifth century. (Web site)
  5. Pelagianism received its name from Pelagius and designates a heresy of the fifth century, which denied original sin as well as Christian grace. (Web site)

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  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Time > History > Centuries
  2. Ancient Rome > Roman Empire > Tacitus > Germanic Tribe
  3. Eastern Roman Empire
  4. Politics > Government > Empires > Western Roman Empire
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