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  • Amalafreda, Queen of the Vandals (c.455 - c.525)
    Biography From English Wikipedia: Amalafrida (Gothic: 𐌰𐌼𐌰𐌻𐌰𐍆𐍂𐌹𐌳𐌰; before 475 – fl. 523), was queen of the Vandals by marriage to Thrasamund . She was the daughter of Theodemir , king of the Ostrogoth...
  • Amalaberga, Queen of the Thuringii (c.495 - aft.540)
    Curator note “Amalafreda "the Younger", Queen of the Thuringii” is seen as Hilderic’s wife, but The Foundation for Medieval genealogy says, “The name of Hilderic's wife is not known.” It appears she ne...
  • Gossana (c.485 - 518)
    Not a known daughter of Alaric II, king of the Visigoths À ne pas confondre avec son homonyme, épouse de l'oncle de son mari. Elle était une princesse du royaume wisigoth d'Espagne, née à la fin du ...
  • Gelimer King of The Vandals (c.450 - 534)
    Gelimer (original form possibly Geilamir, 480-553), King of the Vandals and Alans (530 - 534), was the last ruler of the North African Kingdom of the Vandals. He became ruler in 530 after deposing his ...
  • Euagees (b. - 533)
    “nephew” (or brother) of Hilderic, King of the Vandals & Alans (his sibling or a wife’s sibling). Brother of Hoemer . Captured and later executed by Gelimer (Hilderic’s cousin and enemy).

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"Little is known about the early history of the Vandals. It has been speculated that the Vandals originated in Scandinavia (in central Sweden, there is a parish called Vendel which may be related), migrated southwards into the region of Silesia, and eventually came into contact with the Romans.

"The first literary reference to this group of people by the Romans can be found in Pliny the Elder’s Natural History. According to this writer, the Vandals, or Vandili, were one of the five groups of Germanic peoples, and consisted of several smaller tribes:

There are five German races; the Vandili, parts of whom are the Burgundiones, the Varini, the Carini, and the Gutones.