Huns, Vandals and Goths
     
 

Atilla the Hun (abt 396-453)

 
     
 

Vandals - List of Kings
Wisimar (d.335)
Godigisel (359–406)
Gunderic (407–428)
Genseric (428–477)
Huneric (477–484)
Gunthamund (484–496)
Thrasamund (496–523)
Hilderic (523–530)
Gelimer (530–534)

 
     
 

Visigoths - List of Kings

 
 

Terving kings
These kings and leaders – with the exception of Fritigern and possibly Alavivus – were pagans.
Athanaric (369–381)
Rothesteus, sub-king
Winguric, sub-king
Alavivus (c. 376), rebel against Valens
Fritigern (c. 376–c. 380), rebel against Athanaric and Valens

 
 

Balti dynasty
These kings were Arians (followers of the theological teaching of Arius).

They tended to succeed their fathers or close relatives on the throne and thus constitute a dynasty, the Balti.
Alaric I (395–410)
Athaulf (410–415)
Sigeric (415)
Wallia (415–419)
Theodoric I (419–451)
Thorismund (451–453)
Theodoric II (453–466)
Euric (466–484)
Alaric II (484–507)
Gesalec (507–511)
Theoderic the Great (511–526), regent
Amalaric (526–531)
Post-Balti kings
The Visigothic monarchy took on a completely elective character with the fall of the Balti, but the monarchy remained

Arian until Reccared I converted in 587 (Hermenegild had also converted earlier).

Only a few sons succeeded their fathers to the throne in this period.
Theudis (531–548)
Theudigisel (548–549)
Agila I (549–554)
Athanagild (554–568)
Liuva I (568–572), only ruled in Narbonensis from 569
Liuvigild (569–586), ruled only south of the Pyrenees until 572
Hermenegild (580–585), sub-king in Baetica
Reccared I (580–601), son, sub-king in Narbonensis until 586, first Catholic king
Segga (586–587), rebel
Argimund (589–590), rebel
Liuva II (601–603), son
Witteric (603–610)
Gundemar (610–612)
Sisebut (612–621)
Reccared II (621), son
Suintila (621–631)
Reccimer (626–631), son and associate
Sisenand (631–636)
Iudila (632–633), rebel
Chintila (636–640)
Tulga (640–641)
Chindasuinth (641–653)
Recceswinth (649–672), son, initially co-king
Froia (653), rebel
Wamba (672–680)
Hilderic (672), rebel
Paul (672–673), rebel

Ardabast
Erwig (680–687)
Egica (687–702)
Suniefred (693), rebel
Wittiza (694–710), son, initially co-king or sub-king in Gallaecia
Roderic (710–711), only in Lusitania and Carthaginiensis
Agila II (711–714), only in Tarraconensis and Narbonensis
Oppas (712), perhaps in opposition to Roderic and Agila II
Ardo (714–721), only in Narbonensis

 
     
  Ostrogoths- List of kings
Theoderic the Great (Thiudoric) 489-526
Athalaric (Atthalaric) 526-534
Theodahad (Thiudahad) 534-536
Witiges (Wittigeis) 536-540
Ildibad (Hildibad) 540-541
Eraric the Rugian (Heraric, Ariaric) 541
Totila (Baduila) 541-552
Teia (Theia, Teja) 552-553
 
     

 

 



 


 

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