|Language(s)||Latin, Gothic |
|Religion||Priscillianism (until 466), Arianism (conversion in 466)|
|Territories lost to||Visigothic Kingdom|
|Rechiar||448 - 456||Son of Rechila|
|Aioulf||456 - 457||Proclaimed himself king|
|Maldras||456 - 460||Elected king by the Suebi|
|Framta||457||Some of the Suebi abandoned Maldras and proclamed Framta as king|
|Richimund||457 - 464||Sucessor of Framta, although not recorded as king|
|Frumar||460 - 464||Sucessor of Maldras, although not recorded as king|
|Remismund||464 - 469||Proclaimed soled king after Frumar's death|
|Hermeneric||fl. c. 485|
|Veremund||fl. c. 485||Existence is conjectured|
|Civil War||456 - 464|
- The emperor Avitus calls the help of the Visigoths against the Suebi. Theodoric II invades Spain with an army of Visigoths, Franks, Burgundes under their kings Chilperic I and Gundioch, and perhaps even Romans.
- October 5th: Theodoric defeat Rechiar in a battle at the Campus Paramus, twelve miles from Astorga on the Urbicus (Órbigo). Rechiar is wounded during the battle, but manage to escape.
- October 28th: Braga, capital of the Suebi kingdom, fall and is brutally sacked by the Visigoths before moving on to conquer Andalusia.
- December: King Rechiar is captured in Oporto and executed. The Suevic monarchy collapse and rapidly disintegrate into rival factions.
- Remismund becomes king of a unified Suebi nation.
- Remismund requests an Arian missionary from the Visigothic court and receive Ajax, who converts the Suevic nobility and establishes an Arian church in the kingdom.
- Euric conquers southern Gallaecia and Lusitania to the Suevi.