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Download as PDF Printable version. Wikimedia Commons. The Barbarian in Everywhere within the empire towns were fortified, even Rome itself.
Franks and Saxons ravaged the coasts of northern Gaul and Britain , and for the next three centuries incursions by Germanic peoples were the scourge of the Western Empire.
In the 4th century ce the pressure of the Germanic advance was increasingly felt on the frontiers, and this led to a change in the government of the empire which was to have notable consequences.
This would not remain the case for long, however, as the increasing perils from outside the empire made closer supervision essential.
The pace of the Germanic incursions increased dramatically during the reigns of the emperor Valens and his successors.
These invasions were of two types: 1 migrations of whole peoples with their complete German patriarchal organizations intact and 2 bands, larger or smaller, of emigrants in search of land to settle, without tribal cohesion but organized under the leadership of military chiefs.
The distinction was a vital one. The Goths, Vandals, Burgundians, and Lombards never took root in the soil, and succumbed in turn, while the Frankish and Saxon immigrants not only maintained themselves but set up a wholly new polity, based on the independence of the territorial unit, which later on was to develop into feudalism.
The emergence of the Huns in southeastern Europe in the late 4th century put to flight many of the Germanic tribes in that area and forced additional clashes with the Romans.
In the Goths defeated and slew Valens in a battle near Adrianople, but his successor, Theodosius I , was able to stem the Germanic tide, however temporarily.
After the death of Theodosius in , the empire was divided between emperors of the East and West, and the emperors at Constantinople did everything in their power to drive any potential threats away from their own capital and toward the lands of the Western Empire.
In — Germanic and other tribes Vandals, Alani , Suebi , and Burgundians from Silesia and even farther east crossed the Rhine in their flight from the Huns and penetrated as far as Spain.
Alaric , king of the Visigoths , sacked Rome in , signaling the beginning of the end of the Western Empire. In the ancient Indian epic Mahabharata , the Sanskrit word barbara- meant "stammering, wretch, foreigner, sinful people, low and barbarous".
According to Romila Thapar, the Indo-Aryan semi-nomadic people viewed the indigenous people as barbarians when they arrived.
The term "Barbarian" in traditional Chinese culture had several aspects. For one thing, Chinese has more than one historical "barbarian" exonym.
Historically, the Chinese used various words for foreign ethnic groups. Some of the examples include "foreigners,"  "ordinary others,"  "wild tribes,"  "uncivilized tribes,"  and so forth.
Chinese historical records mention what may now perhaps be termed "barbarian" peoples for over four millennia, although this considerably predates the Greek language origin of the term "barbarian", at least as is known from the thirty-four centuries of written records in the Greek language.
The sinologist Herrlee Glessner Creel said, "Throughout Chinese history "the barbarians" have been a constant motif, sometimes minor, sometimes very major indeed.
They figure prominently in the Shang oracle inscriptions, and the dynasty that came to an end only in was, from the Chinese point of view, barbarian.
Shang dynasty — BC oracles and bronze inscriptions first recorded specific Chinese exonyms for foreigners, often in contexts of warfare or tribute.
King Wu Ding r. During the Spring and Autumn period — BC , the meanings of four exonyms were expanded. Evidently, the barbarian tribes at first had individual names, but during about the middle of the first millennium B.
This would, in the final analysis, mean that once again territory had become the primary criterion of the we-group, whereas the consciousness of common origin remained secondary.
What continued to be important were the factors of language, the acceptance of certain forms of material culture, the adherence to certain rituals, and, above all, the economy and the way of life.
Agriculture was the only appropriate way of life for the Hua-Hsia. The Chinese classics use compounds of these four generic names in localized "barbarian tribes" exonyms such as "west and north" Rongdi , "south and east" Manyi , Nanyibeidi "barbarian tribes in the south and the north," and Manyirongdi "all kinds of barbarians.
The Chinese had at least two reasons for vilifying and depreciating the non-Chinese groups. On the one hand, many of them harassed and pillaged the Chinese, which gave them a genuine grievance.
On the other, it is quite clear that the Chinese were increasingly encroaching upon the territory of these peoples, getting the better of them by trickery, and putting many of them under subjection.
By vilifying them and depicting them as somewhat less than human, the Chinese could justify their conduct and still any qualms of conscience. Pulleyblank says the name Yi "furnished the primary Chinese term for 'barbarian'," but "Paradoxically the Yi were considered the most civilized of the non-Chinese peoples.
Some Chinese classics romanticize or idealize barbarians, comparable to the western noble savage construct. For instance, the Confucian Analects records:.
The translator Arthur Waley noted that, "A certain idealization of the 'noble savage' is to be found fairly often in early Chinese literature", citing the Zuo Zhuan maxim, "When the Emperor no longer functions, learning must be sought among the 'Four Barbarians,' north, west, east, and south.
From ancient to modern times the Chinese attitude toward people not Chinese in culture—"barbarians"—has commonly been one of contempt, sometimes tinged with fear It must be noted that, while the Chinese have disparaged barbarians, they have been singularly hospitable both to individuals and to groups that have adopted Chinese culture.
And at times they seem to have had a certain admiration, perhaps unwilling, for the rude force of these peoples or simpler customs.
In a somewhat related example, Mencius believed that Confucian practices were universal and timeless, and thus followed by both Hua and Yi, " Shun was an Eastern barbarian; he was born in Chu Feng, moved to Fu Hsia, and died in Ming T'iao.
Their native places were over a thousand li apart, and there were a thousand years between them. Yet when they had their way in the Central Kingdoms, their actions matched like the two halves of a tally.
The standards of the two sages, one earlier and one later, were identical. Yi countries are therefore virtuous places where people live long lives.
This is why Confucius wanted to go to yi countries when the dao could not be realized in the central states. Some Chinese characters used to transcribe non-Chinese peoples were graphically pejorative ethnic slurs , in which the insult derived not from the Chinese word but from the character used to write it.
For instance, the Written Chinese transcription of Yao "the Yao people ", who primarily live in the mountains of southwest China and Vietnam.
According to the archeologist William Meacham, it was only by the time of the late Shang dynasty that one can speak of " Chinese ," " Chinese culture ," or "Chinese civilization.
The fundamental criterion of "Chinese-ness," anciently and throughout history, has been cultural. The Chinese have had a particular way of life, a particular complex of usages, sometimes characterized as li.
Groups that conformed to this way of life were, generally speaking, considered Chinese. Those that turned away from it were considered to cease to be Chinese.
It was the process of acculturation, transforming barbarians into Chinese, that created the great bulk of the Chinese people. The barbarians of Western Chou times were, for the most part, future Chinese, or the ancestors of future Chinese.
This is a fact of great importance. It is significant, however, that we almost never find any references in the early literature to physical differences between Chinese and barbarians.
Insofar as we can tell, the distinction was purely cultural. Thought in ancient China was oriented towards the world, or tianxia , "all under heaven.
It was believed that the barbarian could be culturally assimilated. In the Age of Great Peace, the barbarians would flow in and be transformed: the world would be one.
According to the Pakistani academic M. Shahid Alam , "The centrality of culture, rather than race, in the Chinese world view had an important corollary.
The people of those five regions — the Middle states, and the [Rong], [Yi] and other wild tribes around them — had all their several natures, which they could not be made to alter.
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