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a member of a Germanic people who invaded northern Italy in the 6th century


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Gregory offers no Langobard origin-story, going back only to Alboin (198), the tenth Langobard king in Paul (1974, 49).
When the Langobards, or "long beards," later known as the Lombards, conquered parts of northern Italy, they gave their name to the province of Lombardy.
103, why should Paul the Deacon's reference to Frea and Goden when talking about the Langobards (a West Germanic tribe) necessarily suggest his interest in a specifically Scandinavian pantheon?
brings the troubled history of the Goths, the Langobards, and Constantinople into the stockpot of Tolkien's stories.