from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One of those Goths who settled in Mœsia, a Roman province north of the Balkans, south of the Danube, and east of Illyricum, and there, under the protection of the Roman emperors, devoted themselves to agricultural pursuits. The Mœsogoths were converted to Christianity in its Arian form by Bishop Ulfilas in the fourth century. See Goth.


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