Ostrogoths


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Ostrogoths

An Eastern Gothic people who established an empire bordering the Black Sea. They were conquered by the Huns c. AD 370.
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The raids of the Huns and Ostrogoths in the 5th century ravaged the town and the earthquake a century later added to its demise.