|Subject:||Re: Ingenious Nanaea!!!! I think this is one of your strongest 'grams!|
|Author:||Mike C (Authenticated as Mike C)|
|Date:||August 23, 2001 at 2:45:51 PM|
|Reply to:||Ingenious Nanaea!!!! I think this is one of your strongest 'grams! by Pavlos|
Are you suggesting that the Gothic chief Theodoric had a Greek name or are you suggesting that there was a separate name Theodorikon? I think the latter would be much more likely. The Roman form of Theodorikon could have influenced the spelling of Theodoric , or perhaps the Greek name directly influenced the Germanic name, since the Ostrogoths settled somewhere just to the north of Greece before they moved towards Italy, if I recall correctly.
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