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Because of their outsider status and migratory nature, few attended school and literacy was not widespread.
Much of what is known about the culture comes through stories told by singers and oral histories.
"A people's culture needs to be looked at in the context of that people's development, and no culture [should] be judged to be intrinsically superior or inferior to another," Cristina De Rossi, an anthropologist at Barnet and Southgate College in London, told Live Science.
In addition to Jews, homosexuals and other groups, the Roma were targeted by the Nazi regime in World War II.
There were also Gypsy camps called Zigeunerlager that were intended just for the Roma population.They have been portrayed as cunning, mysterious outsiders who tell fortunes and steal before moving on to the next town.