La expansión de los pueblos proto-germánicos

Seguramente los antepasados de los pueblos germánicos vivieron en Eurasia. Alrededor del año 1000 a.C., algunos llegaron a asentamientos entre el Mar Báltico y los Alpes, y a lo largo de los siglos, incluso llegaron al Danubio, al Vístula y a Escandinavia. Autores: ZDF/Terra X/Gruppe 5/ Sabine Bier, Sahar Eslah, Cristina Trebbi/Martin Christ, Marc Riemer, Joachim C. Seck/ Claudia Spoden, Ramin Sabeti/Faber Courtial, Jörg Courtial/Gruppe 5 FX, xkopp creativo Traducción y doblaje: alugha Haz clic aquí para ver más vídeos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

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