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3rd century AD pagan burial in Croatia

Discussion in 'History & Genealogy' started by Erik Nelson, Oct 23, 2019.

  1. Erik Nelson

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    Quid est Veritas? In Memoriam to CS Lewis

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    Probably a Foederatii burial. Being Pannonia, likely Sarmatians, or if a bit later than the estimated date, maybe Goths.
     
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    Foederati implies Crisis of the 3rd Century ?
     
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    No. It just means these weren't culturally Romans per say, but allies. The Aedui were already Roman allies back in the 1st century. The term Foederati dates back to the Republic already, it just means a people not Roman citizens or Latin rights, but having a treaty of obligation to Rome.

    Later in the late Empire, Foederati became tiny states within the Empire, like vassals essentially. I doubtvthis is what is going on here, but I'd bet this is Sarmatian - they were known to be horsemen. If a later date, Gothic, as Pannonia was settled by them prior to the Ostrogoths moving into Italy.
     
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