Some articles on cultural, cultural contact:
... The cultural syncretism of Roman and Germanic traditions overlaid the earlier syncretism of Roman culture with the Celtic culture of the respective imperial provinces, Gallo-Roman culture in Gaul ... Romano-Germanic cultural contact begins as early as our first accounts of Germanic peoples ... The nature of this cultural contact changes with the decline of the Roman Empire and the beginning Migration period in the wake of the crisis of the third century the "barbarian" peoples ...
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