[ US /ˈvɪzəɡɑθ/ ]
  1. a member of the western group of Goths who sacked Rome and created a kingdom in present-day Spain and southern France
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  • Of great interest also are a number of the churches of Toledo in which remains of the Visigothic period are preserved, and others built in the Moorish style, called mudejar by the Spaniards, which is the The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon
  • Cue another flashback in which Meighan, transformed into a Visigoth, takes Rome and, by extension, Joy. Empire of Dreams
  • One reason is that the settlers were different: the Franks and Visigoths had come to know far more about Roman ways than the Angles and Saxons ever did.
  • Eventually the Visigoths, after a brief period of fighting for the Romans in Spain, were established in south-west Gaul in 418 by the praetorian prefect.
  • He proceeded directly from crawling to running, and now leaves a trail of destruction in his wake, like a tiny Visigoth. LOVE YOU MADLY
  • In the middle age, the history of Braga during Visigoth and Arab times is very obscure and represent periods of decadence for the town.
  • Visigothic nation flocked southward through the region which is now called Wallachia, and, standing on the northern shore of the Danube, prayed for admission within the province of Mœsia and the Empire of Theodoric the Goth Barbarian Champion of Civilisation
  • For all that she had the outer trappings of a social butterfly, they imperfectly concealed the heart of a Visigoth, and she consorted merrily with the Captain in rough weather, while her husband spent the trip laid low by seasickness. On Doris Lessing « Tales from the Reading Room
  • In antiquity Gibraltar belonged in turn to the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, and Visigoths.
  • Various abridgements were made of it in the early middle ages, the most widely disseminated of which was the so-called Breviary of Alaric or Lex Romana Visigothorum.
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