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Large numbers of Germanic peoples crossed into the lands of the Roman empire in the late 300s to escape… A. invading Huns. B. religious persecution. C. black death. D. mass starvation
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User: Large numbers of Germanic peoples crossed into the lands of the Roman empire in the late 300s to escape… A. invading Huns. B. religious persecution. C. black death. D. mass starvation

Weegy: Large numbers of Germanic peoples crossed into the lands of the Roman empire in the late 300s to escape invading Huns.
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User: Under pressure from attacks, the first land surrendered by the Roman empire was in… A. North Africa. B. Spain. C. Britain. D. France.

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Under pressure from attacks, the first land surrendered by the Roman empire was in Britain.
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