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He cites Olympiodorus Thebus in a footnote, but the passage in question makes no mention of any relationship between Theoderic and Alaric (-murdered 453).Iordanes names (in order) "Friderichum et Eurichum, Retemerim et Himnerith" as four of the sons of "Theoderido", specifying that their father took his two older sons "Thorismud et Theodericum maiores natu" when he fought at the battle of the Catalaunian Fields, dated to 451.The Visigoths were expelled from France in 531, and established their new capital at Barcelona.For later Visigoth kings, see the document SPAIN: VANDALS, SUEVI & VISIGOTHS. The Chronicon Albeldense names Atanaricus as first king of the Goths, that he was an Arian, ruled for 13 years, that the Goths were expelled ab Ugnisde terra propria under his rule, and that he died at Constantinople under Emperor Theodosius.He was elected to succeed his father in 451 as THORISMUND King of the Visigoths.Iordanes records that he also fought "in campis statim Catalaunicisis" and succeeded after the death of his father in the same battle (-murdered 466).Alaric was defeated by the Romans in 402 at Pollenza, and in 403 at Verona, after which the Goths abandoned Italy and settled in Dalmatia and Pannonia, the basis for the latter being Alarics son is unknown.Wolfram quotes no primary source which corroborated his assertion that Theoderic was Alarics son-in-law.
The Romans counter-attacked Toulouse in 439, although their leader Litorius was killed.After unsuccessfully attempting to conquer north Africa, King Walia surrendered to Constantius, the Roman commander-in-chief of the West, in early 416 in return for urgently needed food supplies.He also agreed to provide military help against the Vandals and Suevi in Spain.He was elected in 395 as ALARIC King of the Visigoths.
He entered the western part of the Roman Empire in 401, and by the end of the year had attacked Venetia and was threatening Milan.Visigothic expansion into Spain was slow, starting with the small army led by Ataulf in 415.The main body of Visigoths arrived in Spain during the reign of Alaric II in the late fifth century, possibly encouraged by increased attacks by the Franks on Visigothic lands in France.The inevitable conflicts culminated in 378, when the Goths defeated the Romans at Adrianople and killed the emperor.