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  1. The Ostrogothic Kingdom, officially the Kingdom of Italy, was established by the Germanic Ostrogoths in Italy and neighboring areas from 493 to 553. In Italy, the Ostrogoths led by Theodoric the Great killed and replaced Odoacer, a Germanic soldier, erstwhile-leader of the foederati in Northern Italy, and the de facto ruler of Italy, who had deposed the last emperor of the Western Roman Empire, Romulus Augustulus, in 476. Under Theodoric, its first king, the Ostrogothic kingdom ...

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    The Ostrogoths were a Roman-era Germanic people. In the 5th century, they followed the Visigoths in creating one of the two great Gothic kingdoms within the Roman Empire, based upon the large Gothic populations who had settled in the Balkans in the 4th century, having crossed the Lower Danube. While the Visigoths had formed under the leadership of Alaric I, the new Ostrogothic political entity which came to rule Italy was formed in the Balkans under the influence of the Amal ...

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  3. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ostrogothic Italy. Ostrogothic Kingdom (493−553) — Early Middle Ages kingdom of the Germanic Ostrogoths based in the Italian Peninsula, the northwestern Balkans, and into southeastern France. See also: Ostrogoths and Ostrogothic Ravenna.

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    • Name of The Kingdom

    The best-known Gothic manuscripts (including the Codex Argenteus and the Skeireins) are copies made in the Ostrogothic kingdom. The former is an earlier translation, and the latter may be one. Jacob Haller22:00, 12 August 2007 (UTC) 1. I didn't know that. What I meant was that all original literature from the period was written by Romans, which I think is true. You are welcome to correct what I've written and add more info. Cplakidas22:24, 12 August 2007 (UTC)

    I removed this phrase from the "native name" field of the infobox. While the state under discussion here is generally called the Ostrogothic Kingdom in English-language sources (and thus I don't have any problem with the title of the article), no phrase like "Regnum Ostrogothicum" was ever used to describe the state by contemporaries. First of all, the word "Ostrogoth" or "Ostrogothic" is anachronistic -- Theoderic claimed to have a distant ancestor named "Ostrogothus," but the name was never used for the armed people he led into Italy during the period under consideration here; they were simply "Goths," and "Ostrogoths" was a term used by later writers to distinguish them from the other Gothic state in Spain, which got a similar back-label of "Visigoths." In addition, Theodric's state wasn't a regnum (or kingdom). The title of "rex", or king, used by him and his successors, indicated they were a leader of the Gothic war-band, whose members made up a fairly small portion of the popu...

    Adding to the above, for whenever someone feels like rewriting this article to something more comprehensive, it should be noted (Arnold 2014:27, footnote 84) that the Romans of this time used names such Imperium Romanum, Res publica Romana, and Regnum Romanum for the kingdom. There definitely needs to be an addition to this article that takes into account Arnold's study. Might do it myself if I have the time and will someday. — Mnemosientje (t · c) 15:47, 4 September 2019 (UTC)

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  5. Ostrogothic Kingdom. Para otros reinos de Italia, consulte Reino de Italia (desambiguación) y Reino gótico . El Reino Ostrogodo en su mayor extensión. El Reino Ostrogótico , oficialmente el Reino de Italia (en latín : Regnum Italiae ), fue establecido por los ostrogodos germánicos en Italia y áreas vecinas desde 493 hasta 553.

  6. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ostrogothic Italy. Ostrogothic Kingdom (493−553) — Early Middle Ages kingdom of the Germanic Ostrogoths based in the Italian Peninsula, the northwestern Balkans, and into southeastern France.

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