Visigoth Vis"i*goth, n. [L. Visegothae, pl. Cf. {West}, and {Goth}.] One of the West Goths. See the Note under {Goth}. -- {Vis`i*goth"ic}, a. [1913 Webster]

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  • Visigothic art —  works of art produced in southern France and Spain under the Visigoths, who ruled the region between the 5th and the 8th centuries AD. The art produced during this period is largely the result of local Roman traditions combined with Byzantine… …   Universalium

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