Visigoths

Earliest record: 240
Last record: 800

Language family: Germanic

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YearsAction
240Partial migration to [1]
240271Located in
248Attacked [2]
253262Naval attack [3]
254Attacked [3]
255268Naval attack [4]
257276Naval attack [5]
267Naval attack [6]
268Attacked [4]
271Expanded to [5]
271376Located in
323Attacked [3]
376395Wandering in [7]
395396Wandering in [8]
397401Wandering in [8]
401412Wandering in [5]
412418Partial migration to
412418Partial migration to
412418Conquered [9]
412482Located in [4]
412531Located in
412726Located in [9]
417418Attacked [10]
456Attacked [9]
469Attacked [11]
482Expanded to
482507Located in [11]
507Migrated to
531Contracted from
531726Located in
585Conquered [5]
585726Located in
726800Were assimilated [9]

Location Info

  1. Lower Danube & Olt Limes
  2. {Lower Danube & Olt Limes} *{110- 49}*
  3. Moesia & Thrace
  4. AM (Lydia, Phrygia)
  5. Saloniki
  6. Coasts: R, BG
  7. Bosporus, Cilicia
  8. Athens
  9. R, BG, GR, Naissus (Nis, YU)
  10. Dacia
  11. {Lower Danube & Olt Limes} + {Dacia} *{900-490} + {11-60}*
  12. Thracia & Moesia inf RP The newly reorganized (284-305) Diocese Thracia. See ref 40, fig 22.
  13. RPP Moesia Inferior Haemimontus, Rhodopa, Thracia, Scythia. (See map p.34, Putzger.)
  14. E & S GR
  15. Albania & SE YU (Macedonia acc/to ref 1.)
  16. I (See map, ref 308.)
  17. {Aquitania RP Roman Province of Aquitania (specific areas assigned to Goths were valley of Garonne R from Toulouse to Bordeaux as well as Atlantic coast from Pyrenees almost to Loire R). They founded the Tolosanic Empire there with their capital at Toulouse. Since 468 also in the NE of Iberian peninsula.} *{1-31}*
  18. Narbonnensis RP
  19. Baetica RP, Lusitania & Carthaginensis RP + {Tarraconensis RP} *{232-21}*
  20. Aquitania RP Roman Province of Aquitania (specific areas assigned to Goths were valley of Garonne R from Toulouse to Bordeaux as well as Atlantic coast from Pyrenees almost to Loire R). They founded the Tolosanic Empire there with their capital at Toulouse. Since 468 also in the NE of Iberian peninsula.
  21. {Narbonnensis RP} (See map p.34, Putzger.) *{900-501}*
  22. Tarraconensis RP, Baetica RP, Lusitania & Carthaginensis RPP.
  23. Betw Minho & Sil RR & Canatabrian coast, Cartaginense & Lusitania RPP.
  24. Galicia
  25. Bretagne
  26. {Pyrenees to Loire R from Atlantic Ocean to Rhone R & from E of that R in the region reaching just to the Alps, comprising that area between the Durance and the Mediterranean Sea.} *{17-45}*
  27. Pyrenees to Loire R from Atlantic Ocean to Rhone R & from E of that R in the region reaching just to the Alps, comprising that area between the Durance and the Mediterranean Sea.
  28. E less Galicia
  29. {Narbonnensis RP} (See map p.34, Putzger.) - {Septimania (See map I, p.39, Putzger.) (This is a subset of Narbonnensis.)} *{900- 499} - {900-500}*
  30. Septimania (See map I, p.39, Putzger.) (This is a subset of Narbonnensis.)
  31. Galicia
  32. {Galicia} *{11-75}*
  33. Castile

References

  1. Bark›czi, L˙szl›. 1980. History of Pannonia. pp. 85-124. In Lengyel, A. and G.T.B. Radan (eds.), The Archaeology of Roman Pannonia. University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 506 pp. + 167 pl.
  2. Laser, Rudolf. 1983. Roemisch-germanische Beziehungen im 3. Jarhundert. pp. 32-56. In Krueger, Bruno (ed.) Die Germanen. Vol. 2. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin.
  3. Wiesner, Joseph. 1963. Die Thraker. W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, W. Germany. 256 pp + 12 pl.
  4. Wolfram, H. 1983. Geschichte der Goten. Verlag C.H. Beck, Muenchen. 295 pp.
  5. Musset, L. 1975. The Germanic Invasions. Paul Elek, London. 287 pp.
  6. Clarkson, Jesse D. 1961. A History of Russia. Random House, New York. 857 pp.
  7. Velkov, Velizar. 1972. Thrakien in der Spaetantike (IV-VI Jh.). pp. 213-222. In Georgiev, V.I., V. Tapkova-Zaimova, and V. Velkov (eds.). Thracia, Primus Congressus Studiorum Thracicorum. Serdicae (Sofia).
  8. Rimska Rise A Stehovani Narodu (V. Stol. PR. N.L. AZ V. Stol.). Doba Bronzova a Zelezna Rane Historicke narody. 1965. IIh. In Atlas Ceskoslovenskych, Dejin. USGK. Prague.
  9. Livermore, Harold. 1958. A History of Spain. Grove Press, New York. 478 pp.
  10. Ubieto Arteta, A., J. Regla' Campistol, and J.M. Jover Zamora. 1963. Introduccion a la Historia de Espana. Editorial Teide S.A., Barcelona. 798 pp.
  11. Mirot, Leon. 1947. Manuel de Geographie Historique de la France. 2nd ed. Vol. 1. Editions A & J. Picard & Co., Paris. 304 pp.