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Wife of Theoderic of the Vandals MP (deceased)

Amalberga,Prinzessin der Vandalen MP (c.490 - 523)

Amalaberga was the daughter of Amalafrida, daughter of Theodemir, king of the Ostrogoths. Her father is unknown, her uncle was Theodoric the Great. She married Hermanfrid, king of the Thuringii. They h...

Gailar, son of Gento MP (c.460 - c.523)

Family GENTO [Geiso] (after 420-before 484). The Victoris Vitensis Historia names "Gentunis" as brother of Huneric[47]. m ---. The name of Gento's wife is not known. Gento & his wife had four child...

Gelimer King of The Vandals MP (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 ...

Godagis, exiled son of Gento MP (deceased)

Huneric, King of the Vandals & Alans MP (c.415 - 484)

Huneric or Honeric (died December 23, 484) was King of the Vandals (477 – 484) and the oldest son of Geiseric. He was the first Vandal king to use the title King of the Vandals and Alans. The ...

Radagaisus "the Vandal", Horde military leader MP (c.335 - 406)

Ben M. Angel notes: The picture on this profile, as of 11 December 2010, is actually of Flavius Stilicho, Radagaisus' nemesis. From From the English Wikipedia page on Radagaisus: Radagaisus (...

(Unknown) of the Vandals (deceased)

(Unknown) of the Vandals (deceased)

Brother of Gailamir (deceased)

(Unknown) of the Vandals (deceased)

Sister of Gailamir (deceased)

Amfleda The younger Of The Vandals (482 - d.)

Amfleda of the Vandals (deceased)

Ammatas of the Vandals (deceased)

Argaith, King of the Vandals (215 - 248)

Gibamund of the Vandals (deceased)

Gosanna of the Vandals (c.485 - 518)

Hideric of the Vandals (460 - 535)

Hildis Solfarsson (of the Vandals) (c.531 - c.572)

Hoamer Hasdingi dit L'Achille Vandale of the Vandals, of the Vandals (c.480 - c.530)

King Hilderich Of The Vandals Sweden (470 - 500)

Tzazo, brother of Gailamir (b. - 533)