- Romano-Germanic culture
The term Romano-Germanic describes the conflation of Roman culture with that of various
Germanic peoplesunder the rule of the Roman Empire. It is also sometimes used to describe Germanic kingdoms that were established upon territories previously, either wholly or in part, under Roman jurisdiction, such as the Kingdoms of the Visigoths(in Hispaniaand Gallia Narbonensis), the Ostrogoths(in Italia, Sicilia, Raetia, Noricum, Pannonia, Dalmatia and Dacia), and the Franks(in Gallia Aquitania, Gallia Lugdunensis, Gallia Belgica, Germania Superiorand Inferior, and parts of the previously unconquered Germania Magna). Additionally, minor Germanic tribes, like the Vandalsand the Suebi, established ephemeral kingdoms of lesser importance.
* Eduard I. Kolcjinsky, "Nikolaj Jakovlevich Danilevsky", in Encyclopedia of Anthropology ed. H. James Birx (2006, SAGE Publications; ISBN 0-7619-3029-9)
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