I have left the illustrations used in the original post, which can perhaps be used as an accompaniment to the puiblished paper.
My thanks to Juan Antonio Quiros Castillo (not Lopez as it inexplicably says in the published version, embarrassingly) for the invitation and to everyone else who came for such an interesting day and such a warm welcome in Vitoria.
|Distribution map of franciscas|
|East and West-Germanic |
'Tracht' (traditional female
|Nouvion en Ponthieu, grave 140|
|(From a paper I published in 1992:|
I no longer regard the brooches
and axes as 'of Germanic origin')
|Allegedly Frisian ('west Germanic') |
costume of the 5th century (in the
|Age and the strength of|
significance of grave-goods
assemblages at Ennery
(Lorraine) in the 6th century.
|Supposedly Ostrogothic burials in|
|'Visigothic' Cemeteries in Spain in the|
|Political divisions of Iberia, c.560|