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With which of the following statements about Germanic peoples would a historian from the Late Antiquity School most likely agree?
Since we know that the Late Antiquity School believes that Germanic peoples took over Roman lands peacefully, there is no basis in the passage for this statement.
The author tells us that the Late Antiquity School believes that Germanic peoples adopted Roman ways of life but does not mention any effects they had upon Roman civilization.
The author tells us that the Late Antiquity School believes that the Germanic peoples which settled in the Roman lands adopted a Roman lifestyle. This tells us that these peoples did not place an importance on maintaining their culture, religion, etc.
Although we know that the Germanic peoples moved into Roman lands, the passage does not state or imply that this happened as a result of a nomadic lifestyle.
Although the Late Antiquity School acknowledges that the Roman Empire disappeared, it does not give a reason why. Since the Late Antiquity School believes that the Germanic peoples integrated into Roman society, there is no support in the passage for this statement.