Ever heard of the Clades Variana? Yes, it was the guys living on trees, without any previous or subsequent contribution to any culture and science. Or wait, maybe Arminius was Jewish? Maybe, whatever, who cares. Arminius had served in the Roman army (1-6AD), obtaining Roman citizenship and an insight into the Roman arts of war and policy and had recently returned to Germania. He then beat them in one of the biggest and most important battle of the Roman Empire - so badly that they never came back and left Germania alone with its primitive life pleasures. They called the German 'barbari' and that was it. Back to Arminius. He used his knowledge to beat the Romans - and not like your Julius guy his own people. You are all story.
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