The Celts, Hun, And The Persians

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Taveras 1 Angel Taveras Research Paper Mrs.Ridenour The Celts, Huns, and Persians vs Rome “One cannot but admire the forethought shown in this particular by the Romans, in making their servant class useful to them not only for the ministrations of ordinary life but also for war” (Fiero 131).Romans were described as fierce by history .They had spread their empire all throughout ancient Europe, and waged three main wars with the Celts, the Huns, and the Persians. who were these three tribes of people? Were they able to survive the wars, or left into the history books. The Celts was characterized as barbarians from the Roman's perspective.“We know that the early Celtic societ[y] [was] organized around warfare―this structure would commonly characterize cultures in the process of migration: the Celts, the Huns, and later the Germans. Although classical Greek and Roman writers considered the Celts to be violently insane, warfare was not an organized process of territorial conquest” (“European middle ages,” par.6). The society of the Celts was hierarchical and class based; for example, their society was led by a King. The other different groups were the Warrior Aristocracy, the Intellectual class, the Poets, the Jurist, and th citizens. There is no accurate religious forms the Celts had, for the Romans and Greeks wrote their own view of the Celt's religious practices. While the Romans and Greeks thought of them as animals, a later person named Whales wrote his Christian view of the Celts. “The Huns appear officially in history only when their hordes coming from the east reach the Roman Empire and in a very short time they conquer[ed] most of Europe[, but][b]efore that time, they have been numbered among the nomadic tribes of the Asian steppes and their origin was almost unknown” ( “The Huns” par. 1”) The two most known tribes the Huns could be
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