Vandal meaning - Vandalism Definition & Meaning

History Origins Tribes of Central Europe in the mid-1st century AD.

Their kingdom collapsed in the of 533—34, in which Emperor 's forces reconquered the province for the.

She raised a new army in Italy and convinced her nephew in , the , to send an army to North Africa led by.

Vandal Definitions

As the Vandals plundered Rome for fourteen days, and writers characterized the Vandals as prototypical.

Neither another -speaking group, the , nor early Scandinavians , were counted among the Germani by the Romans.

Von der Bedeutung des frühen Mittelalters Forschungen zur Geschichte des Mittelalters 8 , Wien 2004, S.

Before this treaty could be carried out, however, politics again played a crucial part in the blunders of Rome.

The title was shortened to "King of Denmark" in 1972.

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    vandal definition: 1. a person who intentionally damages property belonging to other people: 2. a person who…. Learn more.
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    vandal / ( ˈvændəl) / noun a person who deliberately causes damage or destruction to personal or public property (as modifier) vandal instincts Word Origin for vandal C17: from Vandal, from Latin Vandallus, of Germanic origin British Dictionary definitions for vandal (2 of 2) Vandal / ( ˈvændəl) / noun
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    Definitions of Vandal noun a member of the Germanic people who overran Gaul and Spain and North Africa and sacked Rome in 455 see more Usage Examples All sources loading examples . Word Family Vandal Vandals the Vandal family EDITOR’S CHOICE Test prep from the experts
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    Vandal: 1 n a member of the Germanic people who overran Gaul and Spain and North Africa and sacked Rome in 455 Type of: barbarian , savage a member of an uncivilized people
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    vandal (n.) 1660s, willful destroyer of what is beautiful or venerable, from Vandals, name of the Germanic tribe that sacked Rome in 455 under Genseric, from Latin Vandalus (plural Vandali ), from the tribe's name for itself (Old English Wendlas ), perhaps from Proto-Germanic *wandljaz wanderer. The literal historical sense in English is.
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