How the early Germans lived

How did the Germans settle and live? In the 1st century BC only about two and a half million Germanic tribes settled in all of Europe. No village had more than 200 residents. Author: 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 creative

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