Roman skeleton really Goth

The 5th century skeleton of a man, discovered in 1972 in Gloucester, England, has been identified as a Goth, originating from east of the Danube River. Experts feel that the man was most likely a Roman soldier.

Tests on the bones indicated that the man was not Roman or English, but was from somewhere out of the Roman Empire, probably east of the Danube River. The skeleton was found in a "mausoleum, suggesting he was a man of high social status,"