Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I J K
Oldest: 270 end end end end end end
A60
311: Jul 2 St Militiades begins his reign as Catholic Pope
Aoric King-Of-The-Visigoths
?-?
340 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Constantine-I
270-337
310 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Gratianus Emperor-Of-The-Roman-Empire
300-?
320 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 300
Oldest: 310 end end end
A59
350: Jun 30 Roman usurper Nepotianus, of the Constantinian dynasty, is defeated and killed by troops
of the usurper Magnentius, in Rome
Athanarich King-Of-The-Visigoths
344-?
379 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Honorius Flavius Theodosius
310-376
339 Thermantia Emperess-Of-The-Roman-Empire
321-415
Flavius-Valentinianus-I Emperor-Of-The-Roman-Empire
321-375
345 Flavia Justina Of-Rome
?-388
Youngest: 344
Oldest: 347 end
A58
360: The Huns invade Europe by the thousands, spreading terror as they take over territories held
for generations by Alans, Heruls, Ostrogoths and Visigoths.
Alaric King-Of-The-Visigoths
360-412
379 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Theodosius-I Emperor-Of-Roman-Empire
347-395
370 Galla-Justina-Valentinia
350-394
Youngest: 360
Oldest: 380 end end
A57
385: The Roman synod exiles the prophet Jerome, who has incorporated ideas first propounded by the
Roman statesman Cicero. He departs for Egypt, Bethlehem, and Jerusalem, accompanied by the Christian
ascetic Paula, who will edit Jerome's translation of the Bible, which becomes the Latin Vulgate.
Gundahar King-Of-Burgundy
385-436
400 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Ataulfe-Iii King-Of-The-Visigoths
380-415
410 Aelia-Galla-Placidia Of-The-Visigoths
385-451
Youngest: 385
Oldest: 413 end end
A56
413: The Visigoths, led by King Ataulf, conquer the towns of Toulouse and Bordeaux by force of arms.
After a successful siege of Valence, he captures the usurper Jovinus and his brother Sebastianus.
In Narbonne they are executed and their heads are sent to Honorius' court at Ravenna.
Gunderic King-Of-Burgundy
413-473
440 Hrothildis Von-Westgoten
?-?
Rikimer Suevi
?-?
449 Caratene Of-Burgundy
?-?
Youngest: 413
Oldest: 445
A55
450: Emperor Theodosius II, age 49, falls from his horse while hunting at Constantinople and dies
soon afterward. He reigned since 408, mostly under the domination of his Christian sister Pulcheria,
who has been allowed to return to court.
Chilperic-I King-Of-Burgundy
445-486
474 Caratene Agrippina DeBourgogne
450-506
Youngest: 450
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5000bc: In Serbia, copper smelting is dicovered.

The Chilperic/Agrippina Family


MapFileName: A60-55ChilpericCaratene
Number of Couples: 13