Small Iberia 212
Small Iberia 293
Active Iberia 409-429
Small Iberia 455
Small Iberia 500
Iberia 409-429
Nations Period of existence in the Peninsula
Western Roman Empire 395 - 472
Alan Kingdom 411 - 418
Vandal Kingdom 411 - 429
Suebic Kingdom 411 - 585
Iberia Rulers 400s



  • Roman emperor Honorius divide most of Iberia sorte (by lot) between the barbarian peoples, who become foederati, permitting to settle under their own autonomous governance in exchange of warriors to the Roman armies.
  • The east of the province of Gallaecia fall to the Suevi, while the west of the province goes to the populous Hasdingi.
  • The Silingi receive land from the Romans in Hispania Baetica (South), while the Alans get lands in Lusitania (West) and the region around Carthago Nova (Cartagena).
  • Gerontius dies during the Battle of Arles, where he is defeated by Constantius. Maximus forfeit his claims and enter a monastery.


  • After the naval blockade of the Mediterranean ports of Gaul by Honorius's general Constantius (who would later become Emperor Constantius III), the Visigothic king Athaulf withdraw with his people into northern Hispania.
  • Ataulf is murdered in Barcino (Barcelona) by a member of the rival branch Amali, who puts Giseric in the throne. Giseric, however, reign only seven days, being also murdered and replaced by Wallia.


  • The Alan king Attaces is killed in battle against the Visigoths, and this branch of the Alans subsequently appeal to the Vandal king Gunderic to accept the Alan crown.


  • The Hasdingi Vandals attack the Suevi, but they resist with Roman aid, eventually expelling the Hasdingi from Gallaecia. King Gunderic joins the Silingi, becoming king of all Vandals.


  • The Roman General Flavius Aëtius convinces Galla Placidia, mother of the boy emperor Valentinian III, that her General Bonifacius was plotting to kill her and her son to claim the throne for himself. At the same time Aëtius convinces Bonifacius that they were plotting to kill him. Thus, Bonifacius enlist the help of the Vandal King Genseric, promising land in North Africa.
  • Genseric cross the strait of Gibraltar with the entire tribe (including the Alans), leaving the Iberic lands to the Romans.

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