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Warlord Alarich of Visigoths 2016-10-05

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Civilization: Visigoths
Bonuses: Militaristic and Agricultural (Expansionist in PTW/Vanilla)
Title and leader: Warlord Alarich
Best/shunned government: Monarchy and Republic.
Agression: 05 (too high)
Cultural group: European
Noun: Visigoths
Adjective: Visigoth
Colors: Dark Purple (Iroquois) and Light Purple (France)
UU: Visigoth Spearman
Civilopedia entry: RACE_VISIGOTHS

Cities:
Alarichbaurgs
Ataulfhulundi
Fritigernhaims
Wallialund
Rodericfairguni
Theudisvwairhei
Athanasweriva
Oestergarn
Unselslund
Ufarplapja
Sineigswinja
Alveistulga
Swalauvsvisibaurgs
Hárbrún
Alveishulundi
Silubrweihs
Auhsahaivi
Selswair
Minnizatriu
Stainstriu
Kaldsfairguni
Selsgadrauhts
Haivivaurp
Ufarmarei
Minnizalamb
Tolosa
Toledo

Military leaders:
Fritigern
Ataulf
Sigerich
Wallia
Theodorich

Scientific ones:
Isidore
Gesalich
Roderich

Civilopedia:
Thanks to St. Gelven!
The Visigoths, conventionally denoted "West Goths" (as opposed to "East Goths" (Ostrogoths); were one of the loosely-termed "Germanic peoples" that disturbed the late Roman Empire. After the "fall" of the western Roman Empire, the Visigoths continued to play a major role in western European affairs for another 250 years.
The Visigoths first appeared in history as a distinct people in the year 268, when they invaded the Roman Empire and swarmed over the Balkan peninsula. This invasion overran the Roman provinces of Pannonia and Illyricum and even threatened Italia itself. However, the Visigoths were defeated in battle near the modern Italy-Slovenia border that summer, and then routed in the Battle of Naissus that September. Over the next three years, they were driven back over the Danube River in a series of campaigns by the emperors Claudius II Gothicus and Aurelian. However, they maintained their hold on the Roman province of Dacia, which Aurelian evacuated in 271.
Settled in Dacia, the Visigoths adopted Arianism, a branch of Christianity that believed that Jesus Christ was not an aspect of God in the Trinity, but a separate being created directly beneath God. This belief was in opposition to the tenets of the Pauline Christianity that developed into mainstream Catholicism, which achieved a religious monopoly in the 4th and 5th century. The Spanish Visigoths adhered to Arianism until 589, when King Reccared (Ricardo) I converted his people to Catholicism. For the role of Arianism in Visigothic kingship, see the entry for Leovigild.
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