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Company:  Barbarians
Boss:   A Horde
Richlist Position:   6066
Current city:   Unlocated
Holdings:   £84,036,098
Percent map owned:   0.00%

Places won:

The Netropolis Heights

The United Kingdom
Bantry - once
Skegness - once
Woking - once
Cork - once
Norwich - once

The United States
Beaver Lick - once
Roswell - twice

Townsville - once

Dawsons Creek - twice
Quebec - once

South America


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The term "barbarian" refers to a person who is perceived to be uncivilized. The word is often used either in a general reference to member of a nation or ethnos, typically a tribal society as seen by an urban civilization either viewed as inferior, or admired as a noble savage. In idiomatic or figurative usage, a "barbarian" may also be an individual reference to a brutal, cruel, warlike, insensitive person.1

The term originates from the Greek word (barbaros). Hence the Greek idiom " " (pas m Helln barbaros) which literally means "whoever is not Greek is a barbarian". In ancient times, Greeks used it mostly for people of different cultures, but there are examples where one Greek city or state would use the word to attack another (e.g. haughty Athenians calling the Boeotians barbarian);2 in the early modern period and sometimes later, Greeks used it for the Turks, in a clearly pejorative way.34 Comparable notions are found in non-European civilizations. In the Roman Empire, Romans used the word "barbarian" for many people, such as the Berbers, Germanics, Celts, Carthaginians, Iberians, Thracians and Persians.

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