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‘The text is clear and compact, the maps, figures and photographs are apt and profuse, … thoroughly efficient work is rounded off with a thoughtful chapter on the treatment of the German past from antiquity to present.’
‘This very readable and most handsomely produced book provides a general introduction to the social structure, trade, customs, religion and craftsmanship of the Germanic peoples in northern Europe until about the end of the Roman Empire.’
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Excellent material on a subject where there is not a lot of info out there!!!Published 1 day ago by matt wynia
Wrapped very well, no damage; was as advertised; arrived quickly. ThanksPublished 2 months ago by Ron Spolar
Helps gain perspective on our European background
This is a 266-page paperback book, 6" x 9" in format dealing with the subject of the early German tribes with particular focus on the so-called... Read more
I've been researching ancient and early medieval Germanic peoples for almost three years now and have read a lengthy list of recommended books on the subject. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Abrubacca
"The Early Germans" by Malcom Todd is a fine book in many ways. The author has created an excellent resource for those seeking information on the early Germanic peoples. Mr. Read morePublished on June 10, 2012 by JAG 2.0
Brings together the latest on archeology with the support of source texts. Strong on the chronological and geographical development, on the broad overview of the germans as a... Read morePublished on November 12, 2009 by Aziliz
An excellent book overall which incorporates both literary source material (some of it very scant on resources) and archeology. Read morePublished on February 10, 2009 by Ragnar Schuett
I seems that most authors of Roman history are pushing a point of view, so it is refreshing to read a book that just tries to make sense out of the few facts that are known. Read morePublished on February 18, 2008 by David A. Storm