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  • adjective of or pertaining to the Ostrogoths

Etymologies

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Ostrogoth +‎ -ic

Examples

  • In its prime, when Ravenna was the capital of the Western Empire and then of the Ostrogothic kingdom of Theodoric (who unseated Odoacer), the city straddled Eastern and Western sensibilities.

    The Road from Ravenna

  • If this is the same “Romulus” to whom the Ostrogothic king Theodoric wrote in 510, then Romulus Augustulus lived for a good long while after being removed from his throne.

    The Road from Ravenna

  • If this is the same “Romulus” to whom the Ostrogothic king Theodoric wrote in 510, then Romulus Augustulus lived for a good long while after being removed from his throne.

    The Road from Ravenna

  • In its prime, when Ravenna was the capital of the Western Empire and then of the Ostrogothic kingdom of Theodoric (who unseated Odoacer), the city straddled Eastern and Western sensibilities.

    The Road from Ravenna

  • In its prime, when Ravenna was the capital of the Western Empire and then of the Ostrogothic kingdom of Theodoric (who unseated Odoacer), the city straddled Eastern and Western sensibilities.

    The Road from Ravenna

  • And speaking of accents, apparently Ostrogothic accents sound very pirate-y.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • The picture may have changed during the instability of the fifth century A.D. when Ostrogothic mercenaries and Isaurian tribesman started to raid the region.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos 2003 - Survey Conclusions

  • To the Italians, Ostrogothic rule was alien and heretical, and they resented it.

    d. The Ostrogoths in Italy

  • Cassiodorus may seem a timeserver, but his tenacity was based on a constructive, optimistic view of Ostrogothic rule.

    The Early Middle Ages 500-1000

  • On the other hand, the interior was peopled by descendants of Ostrogothic tribes mingling with numberless local peoples.

    The Brochure Series of Architectural Illustration, Volume 01, No. 04, April 1895 Byzantine-Romanesque Windows in Southern Italy

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