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Regnum Visigothorum  / Gutþiuda Þiudinassus 
Vicus Julii (Aire-sur-l'Adour): after 466 (alternately with Tolosa)
|Language(s)||Latin , Gothic |
|Currency||Solidus = 3 Tremissis|
|Territories taken from|| Western Roman Empire|
|Theodoric II||453 - 466||Son of Theodoric I. Murdered by his brother Euric.|
|Euric||466 - 484||Son of Theodoric I.|
|Alaric II||484 - 507||Son of Euric. Last king of the Visigothic Kingdom of Toulouse.|
- 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.
- Theodoric II is murdered by his younger brother Euric, who succeedes him to the throne.
- Euric conquers southern Gallaecia and Lusitania to the Suevi.
- Euric captures Hispania Tarraconensis, the last bastion of Roman rule in Spain.
- Euric (who unified the various quarreling factions of the Visigoths) forces the Roman government to grant the Visigothic kingdom full independence.