Column Identifiers -> A B C
Oldest: 150 end end
A64
141: Mar 20 6th recorded perihelion passage of Halley's Comet
Hisarnis Of-The-Amal-Dynasty
150-?
179 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 150
Oldest: 180 end
A63
185: Dec 7 Emperor Lo-Yang, China sees supernova (MSH15-52)
Ostrogotha King-Of-The-Goths
180-250
209 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 180
Oldest: 210 end
A62
208: King Vologases-Vi succeeds his father Vologases V to the throne. His brother Artabanus-V begins
a rebellion against him in the Parthian Empire.
Hunuil Of-The-Goths
210-280
239 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 210
Oldest: 240 end
A61
240: The Roman Empire is threatened on several fronts at the same time. Africa revolts and tribes
in northwest Germania, under the name of the Franks, are raiding the Rhine frontier.
Athal Of-The-Greuthungi
240-310
269 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 240
Oldest: 270 end
A60
270: Anthony the Great, a Christian saint from Egypt, regarded as Father of All Monks, enters the
wilderness to become ascetic.
Achiulf Of-The-Greuthungi
270-340
299 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 270
Oldest: 300 end
A59
300: The magnetic compass for navigation is invented in China (approximate date).
Vultwulf Prince-Of-The-Greuthungi
300-378
324 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 300
Oldest: 325 end
A58
325: First Council of Nicaea: Constantine I summons an ecumenical council of bishops in Nicaea
(Turkey). The Nicene Creed declares that the members of the Trinity (the Father, the Son, and the
Holy Spirit) are equal. The council decides that Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday after
the first full moon after the vernal equinox.
Valaravans
325-409
344 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 325
Oldest: 345 end
A57
345: Constans orders the Basilica di Santa Tecla to be constructed in Lombardy.
Vinitharius Warlord-Of-The-Ostrogoths
345-400
363 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 345
Oldest: 364 end
A56
364: Valens, brother of Valentinian I, is appointed co-emperor (Augustus) in the palace of Hebdomon
(Turkey). He rules the Eastern Roman Empire, from the Danube to the Persian border, and begins the
first anti-pagan persecutions.
Vandalarius
364-459
400 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 364
Oldest: 413 end
A55
439: Litorius, Roman general (Magister militum per Gallias), lays siege to Toulouse. During the
decisive battle before the walls he suffers a severe defeat and is killed, and only the heavy loss
of Visigoths makes King Theodoric I decide to agree to a provisional restoration of the status quo.
Theodomir King-Of-The-Ostrogoths
413-475
453 Ereleuva Queen-Of-The-Ostrogoths
439-500
Youngest: 439
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4400bc: In Egypt, copper sewing needles are first used.

The Theodomir/Ereleuva Family


MapFileName: A64-55TheodomirEreleuva
Number of Couples: 10