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Introduction The Hermann Monument near Detmold, symbol of nineteenth-century nationalism. The name of the Teutoburg Forest in Germany will forever be connected to one of the most famous battles from ancient history, the clades Variana, the defeat of the Roman general Varus. In September 9 CE, a coalition of Germanic tribes, led by a nobleman named Arminius, defeated the SeventeenthEighteenthand Nineteenth legions and forced their commander Publius Quintilius Varus to commit suicide.
The result of the battle was that Germania remained independent and was never included in the Roman empire. In the nineteenth century, the battle became a powerful national symbol. Inthe French army of Napoleon Bonaparte decisively beat the armies of the German states. The humiliation was too big for the Germans, who started to look to the battle in the Teutoburg Forest as their finest hour.
As Napoleon spoke a romanic language and presented himself as a Roman emperor, it was easy for the Germans to remind each other that they had once before defeated the welschen Erbfeind - an untranslatable expression that refers to the Latin speaking archenemies of Germany.
The Teutoburg Forest became the symbol of the eternal opposition between the overcivilised and decadent Latin and the creative and vital Germanic people, between old France and new Germany. To make the connection between the noble savages of Antiquity and the modern nation closer, the Germanic war leader whose name had been rendered by the Romans as Arminius was referred to by his presumed real Germanic name: Already famous in the days of Martin Luther, who invented the name Hermann, the Germanic leader became a very popular hero in nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century Germany, and a symbol of national unity that could be used on almost any occasion.
For example, inthe romantic poet Heinrich von Kleist wrote a play called Die Hermannsschlacht, to inspire the Germans to a national war against Napoleon. At Detmold, which was believed to be the site of the battle, the Hermannsdenkmal was erected in The first soccer club of nearby Bielefeld was and is called Arminia.
The list is endless. The nineteenth-century witnessed the resurrection of many ancient war leaders, who were used as a symbol by nationalists: The difference is that they were all defeated by the Romans; Arminius, on the other hand, was ultimately victorious.
Although it is certainly incorrect to see the battle in the Teutoburg Forest as part of the history of an eternal, quasi-natural antithesis between France and Germany, it cannot be denied that the Roman defeat was indeed an important battle.
The Cimbri and Teutones were dangerous enemies, but ultimately defeated by the Roman commander Marius in two battles in and For two generations, all was quiet on the northern front, but in 58, when Julius Caesar was waging war in eastern Gaul, he also got involved in a war against the Germanic leader Ariovistus.
At Colmar, the Roman defeated his enemy. Caesar had shown himself to be a worthy relative of Marius, and excelled himself when he bridged the Rhine and invaded the country to the east of this river, which he called Germania.
Caesar now wrote that the river Rhine was the natural boundary between the Gallic barbarians "Celts" and the Germanic tribes, which were even more barbarous.
Caesar needed a well-defined theater of operations and the Rhine was, from a military point of view, a fine frontier. But from a cultural or ethnic point of view, it was not a frontier at all. Agrippa InMarcus Vipsanius Agrippa was governor of Gaul, and fought a war on the east bank of the Rhine on behalf of the Ubians against the Suebians, a real Germanic tribe that was notorious for its aggressiveness.
After the campaign, Agrippa resettled the Ubians on the west bank of the Rhine, and founded Cologne.
The Rhine was now changing into a frontier between an increasingly Roman Gaul and an increasingly Germanic Germania. The entire area east of the great river was in a process of rapid ethnic transformation, in which entire tribes migrated to other areas - sometimes in support of the Romans e.
During this dynamic age, the tribes of the east bank sometimes raided the Roman empire. The emperor Augustus understood that the Rhine frontier was still unstable and sent his adoptive son Drusus to the north, where they had to pacify the region and create a more stable frontier.Friends is a show about twentysomethings navigating life, love, and work in New York City.
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