143
0

Germania was the Latin exonym for a geographical area of land on the east bank of the Rhine (inner Germania), which included regions of Sarmatia as well as an area under Roman control on the west bank of the Rhine. The name came into use after Julius Caesar adopted it from a Gallic term for the peoples east of the Rhine that probably meant neighbour.

by sathvi



31-Aug-10, 12:13 pm

Please leave a comment on Germania

user

sachin tendulka..

15-Mar-10, 8:42 pm
264 Views

Harvard archite..

31-Aug-10, 3:33 pm
1283 Views

Kathy Najimy

31-Aug-10, 2:05 pm
1081 Views

The Mamas and t..

8-Jul-10, 1:02 pm
668 Views

Death Becomes H..

1-Sep-10, 12:56 pm
5005 Views

Chris Evans (pr..

18-Jun-10, 10:16 am
151 Views

Balu Mahendra

20-Jun-13, 10:11 am
92 Views

History of anci..

18-Jun-10, 10:26 am
341 Views

Volkswagen Polo

7-Jul-10, 8:50 am
143 Views

First Bank of t..

18-Jun-10, 9:03 am
459 Views
Top