From history we know that for the Romans the Germanic tribes was Barbarians. ( A barbarian is a human who is perceived to be either uncivilized or primitive.) And the Ancient Greek name βάρβαρος (barbaros), "barbarian", was an antonym (politēs), "citizen". As always, in fantasy stories the Barbar or Barbarian, is always depicted as a fearless and strong warrior, symbolising the strength of a simple man (no warlock or magical creature) who is able to resist evil in form of witches or even the gods. Even to break the curses, by sheer force of will and physical strength.
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For this piece we are using paper medium, from Hahnemühle Fine Art line, for the best archiving quality up to 200 years.
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