Centre d'études Visigothique

Centre d'études Visigothique

 

The Centre for Visigothic Studies in France

 

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 Welcome to our study centre which is focussed on researching the history of the Visigoths, especially their presence in southern France in the regions of Aquitaine and Languedoc-Roussillon.  The latter was named "Septimanie" in Visigothic times - a name still used occasionally today.

   Because of their academic linguistic definition as "Germanic", the Visigoths have been confused with the barbarian tribes that overran and ruined the wonderful Roman Empire.  But they weren't barbarians and Roman Empire wasn't all that wonderful either!

   The Visigoths have been continually misunderstood and badly judged.  We have uncovered much hidden history about these formidable and amazing people and would like to "put the record straight."

 

 The articles on the left are available to all who look at the site.  You can add a comment in the box at the end of each article if you wish, and you can respond to other comments.  To contact us, use the "Contacter auteur" box at the foot of the site.

 

 

This eagle cloak-pin was sold for millions of Francs at Sotheby's in Geneva.

 

We have adopted it as our logo.

 

 

 

Latest Postings

 

August 2011 Has the Visigothic Treasure been found at Rennes-le-Chateau?  click here

 

28th March 2011  Visigothic History of Narbonne, Part 2

 

14th February 2011  Visigothic History of Narbonne Part 1

 

22nd December  St. Martin des Puits, unknown Visigothic chapel.  See "Various Visits."

 

20th December  Are you a Visigoth? moved, now under Visigothic Character

 

19th December a Volcano Video - under Visgothic Holy Grail

 

12th December  Montagne d'Alaric and Dolmens

 

8th December 2010  A Brief History of the Visigoths - orientate yourself!

 

3rd December 2010 Baziège near Toulouse.  Under "Various Visits."

 

 

 News from June 2017  The Centre for Visigothic Studies is now disbanded, due to a declining membership once the book by Val Wineyard, The Visigothic Inheritance, was sold out.

  A new site has been launched by author Val Wineyard, you can see it on  www.barbariangold.com  Take a look!

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