Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I J K
Oldest: 44 end end
A68
37: Caligula becomes emporer of Rome
Gjoki King-Of-The-Goths
44-?
67 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 44
Oldest: 70 end
A67
64: Jul 18 Great Fire of Rome begins under the Emperor Nero
Guntheric King-Of-The-Goths
70-?
125 Eigen-Ferch Of-The-Goths
?-?
Youngest: 70
Oldest: 141 end
A66
135: Aug 5 Betar last outpost of Bar Kochba falls to Rome
Filimer King-Of-The-Visigoths
141-195
181 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 141
Oldest: 200 end
A65
200: The Chinese invent the compass
Knivida Cniva-Therving Prince-Of-The-Burgundians
200-249
217 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 200
Oldest: 220 end end end
A64
220: Elagabalus divorces Julia Paula and marries Aquilia Severa, a Vestal Virgin. The wedding causes
an enormous controversy, traditionally the punishment for breaking celibacy is death by being buried
alive.
Ovida Therving King-Of-The-Burgundians
220-273
247 Unknown-Wife
?-?
King-Marcomir Van-Toxandrie
220-281
243 Princess Royaume
?-?
Youngest: 220
Oldest: 245 end end
A63
250: An epidemic begins in Ethiopia, moves into Egypt and the Roman colonies in North Africa, and
spreads through the Roman Empire. Named the Plague of Cyprian after St. Cyprian, bishop of Carthage.
Hilderic King-Of-The-Burgundians
250-300
268 Unknown-Wife
?-?
King-Genebaud Van-Toxandrie
245-289
267 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 250
Oldest: 269 end end
A62
270: The Chinese invent gunpowder (black powder), a mixture of sulfur, charcoal and potassium nitrate.
It appears to have first been used only for fireworks.
Geberich King-Of-The-Visigoths
269-349
281 Unknown-Wife
?-?
King-Ragaise Van-Toxandrie
270-307
293 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 270
Oldest: 290 end end
A61
295: Petra rejoins the province of Palestine, and is converted to Christianity by the Syrian monk
Barsauma
Aorico King-Of-The-Visigoths
290-354
315 Unknown-Wife
?-?
King-Malaric Van-Toxandrie
295-360
319 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 295
Oldest: 318 end end
A60
324: Licinius abdicates his position as Emperor. He is pardoned by Constantine I as a result of
the supplication of his wife Constantia (who is Constantine's halfsister), and banished to Thessalonica
as a private citizen.
Anthanaric King-Of-The-Visigoths
318-381
351 Rocestes De-Los-Visigodos
320-399
King-Priaros Van-Toxandrie
324-396
353 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 324
Oldest: 355 end end
A59
367: The Roman garrison on Hadrian's Wall revolts and allows Picts from Caledonia to devastate Britain.
Simultaneously Attacotti, the Scotti from Hibernia (Ireland), and the Saxons from Germania invade
the island's mid-western and south-eastern borders. They sack the cities and murder, rape or enslave
Romano-British civilians.
Alaric-I Balthas Visigoths
355-410
389 Eurica Of-The-West-Goths
?-?
King-Sunno Of-The-Francs
358-430
387 Queen-Merowna Von-Thuringen
367-407
Youngest: 367
Oldest: 390 end end
A58
395: The Goths, led by Alaric I, invade and devastate Thrace and Macedonia, impose a tribute on
Athens, and then turn their sights on the West. Arcadius, unable to defeat them, gives Alaric control
of the Balkans and grants him the position of magister militum in Illyricum.
Theodoric King-Of-The-Visigoths
395-451
417 Almalaberge Of-The-Visigoths
?-?
King-Meroving Of-The-Francs
390-445
415 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 395
Oldest: 420
A57
420: The legendary Pharamond leads the Franks across the Rhine. He re-colonises the old town of
Duisburg (Germany).
Euric King-Of-The-Visigoths
420-484
451 Ragnachilde Of-The-Francs
420-?
Youngest: 420
Oldest: 460
A56
465: Battle of Wippedesfleot: The Saxons under command of Hengist and Aesc are defeated by the Britons
near Ebbsfleet (Kent). During the battle 12 Welsh leaders are killed (according to the Anglo-Saxon
Chronicle).
Alaric-Ii King-Of-The-Visigoths
460-507
487 Arevagni Of-The-Ostrogoths
465-?
Youngest: 465
Oldest: 480 end end
A55
490: King Theodoric the Great retreats to Ticinum (modern Pavia), where he constructs a fortified
camp, which is blockaded.
Amalaric Of-The-Visigoths
490-531
511 Chlotilda Merovingiens
490-531
Hoamer Achilles Vandals
480-530
507 Gossana Of-The-Visigoths
485-518
Youngest: 490
Oldest: 510
A54
514: Vitalian accepts the receipt of ransom money and gifts worth 5,000 pounds of gold for the release
of Hypatius, a nephew of Anastasius I who has been a prisoner since the attack at Acris . Vitalian
retreats back to Lower Moesia.
King-Athanagildo Of-The-Visigoths
510-567
527 Queen-Goisvintha Of-The-Visigoths
514-575
Youngest: 514
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3500bc: Horses are first domesticated.

The Athanagildo/Goisvintha Family


MapFileName: A68-54AthanagildoGoisvintha
Number of Couples: 23