1. A member of a people considered by those of another nation or group to have a primitive civilization. 2. A fierce, brutal or cruel person. 3. An insensitive, u…ncultured person; boor. ( Full Answer )
Europe and the borders of Asia also [Russia] This link says maybe, but probably otherwise. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2022322/The-massive-European-ne…twork-Stone-Age-tunnels-weaves-Scotland-Turkey.html In plain fact, these "Barbarians" (which means bearded from the flat lands, i.e. the plains and steppes of Central Asia) invaded West and East simultaneously. Such precision, the type that could overrun the two greatest empires then on the earth (Rome and China) does happen from psychopaths, as some of these barbarians would establish our modern banking systems, methods of warfare, and even mercantile empires. They took over the Old World and are giving "primitives" a New World Order. ( Full Answer )
Barbarian was a word coined by the Greeks to describe non-Hellenic (non-Greek-speaking) peoples. It allegedly came from a saying that they could not understand them - their wo…rds sounded like 'bar-bar'. So barbarians were anyone who did not speak Greek and adopt Greek culture. It has entered English as a word for people of uncouth and unruly behaviour . ( Full Answer )
who was a barbarian to the Romans? The answer is : the Visigoths (west goths) and the Ostrogoth (east goth). they were the first to be. hope this help. .
What group of …barbarians were difficult for the Romans to conquer ( Full Answer )
There are different definitions of barbarian. One of these is a person who is regarded as culturally inferior; according to this definition, a Roman or Greek might have consid…ered Charlemagne a barbarian. Another definition is a fierce or cruel person; by that definition, different people would give different answers, depending on how they interpret his actions. Another definition is an uncultured person; by that definition, Charlemagne was not a barbarian at all, as he was a great patron of arts and education. ( Full Answer )
By the time of the Romans, the term "barbarian" connoted a group that was primitive or uncivilized according to their standards. However, it originally came from the Greek and… meant anyone who was a non-Greek. It was not a put down, just a convenient term to use when referring to a non-Greek group, person or culture. ( Full Answer )