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The Dying Gaul is a Roman marble copy of a Hellenistic work of the late third century BC.

Capitoline Museums, Rome. He is represented as a Gallic warrior with a typically Gallic hairstyle and moustache. The figure is naked save for a neck torc. He lies on his fallen shield while his sword and other objects lie beside him.

An artist’s depiction of the fall of Rome from Visigoth invasion.

Roman Empire, 376 BCE, Routes of invading Barbarians: Ostrogoths, Visigoths, and Vandals.

An artist depiction of the Barbarians who were known as the Huns.

Image showing the weapons and battle gear of the Barbarians known as the Lombards.

Carving that shows a Roman battling a Barbarian from a group known as the Franks.