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The Germanic clans are thought to date from the Nordic Bronze Age or the Pre-Roman Iron Age. From southern Scandinavia and north Germany, they extended south, east and west from the first century BC, coming into contact with the Celtic clans of Gaul just as Iranian, Baltic, and Slavic clans in Central and Eastern Europe. Under Augustus, Rome started to attack Germania. In 9 AD, three Roman armies drove by Varus were vanquished by the Cheruscan pioneer Arminius. By 100 AD, when Tacitus composed Germania, Germanic clans had settled along the Rhine and the Danube (the Limes Germanicus), possessing the vast majority of the zone of present day Germany. In any case, Baden Württemberg, southern Bavaria, southern Hessen and the western Rhineland had been vanquished and joined into Roman regions: Raetia, Germania Superior, and Germania Inferior.

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In the third century various huge West Germanic clans developed: Alemanni, Franks, Chatti, Saxons, Frisii, Sicambri, and Thuringii. Around 260, the Germanic people groups broke into Roman-controlled terrains. After the intrusion of the Huns in 375, and with the decrease of Rome from 395, Germanic clans moved more remote southwest. At the same time a few enormous clans shaped in what is presently Germany and uprooted or retained littler Germanic clans. Huge territories referred to since the Merovingian time frame as Austrasia, Neustria, and Aquitaine were vanquished by the Franks who built up the Frankish Kingdom, and pushed more distant east to enslave Saxony and Bavaria. Zones of what is today the eastern piece of Germany were possessed by Western Slavic clans of Sorbs, Veleti and the Obotritic confederation.

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