Regnum Visigothorum  / Gutþiuda Þiudinassus 
|Currency||Solidus = 3 Tremissis|
|Territories taken from|
|Reccared I||586 – 601||Son of Liuvigild. First Catholic king.|
|Liuva II||601 – 603||Son of Reccared I.|
|Witteric||603 – 610||Arian king, deposed Liuva II.|
|Gundemar||610 – 612||Acclaimed king by the Catholic nobles.|
|Sisebut||612 – 621|
|Reccared II||621||Son of Sisebut|
|Suintila||621 – 631||Son of Reccared I.|
|Sisenand||631 – 636||Overthrew Suintila.|
|Chintila||636 – 640|
|Tulga||640 – 642||Son of Chintila.|
|Chindasuinth||642 – 653||Deposed Chintila.|
|Recceswinth||649 – 672||Son of Chindasuinth. Initially co-king.|
|Wamba||672 – 680||Son of Recceswinth.|
|Erwig||680 – 687||Appointed king by Wamba.|
|Egica||687 – 702||Brother-in-law of Erwig.|
|Wittiza||700 – 710||Son of Egica. Initially co-king or sub-king in Gallaecia.|
- Witteric, commander of a Visigothic army against the Byzantines, uses his troops to strike at the king Liuva II, deposing him and have him condemned and executed.
- A faction of Catholic nobles assassinate Witteric and proclaim Gundemar king of the Visigoths.
- After the death of Sisebut, his young son Recared succeed him, but his premature death allows his maternal half-uncle the strongman and general Suintila to accede to the throne.
- Carthago Spartaria is conquered and destroyed by Suintila. It will be reconstructed 50 years later.
- The entire province of Spania is in Visigothic hands save the Balearic Islands.
- Chindasuinth, commander of the frontier with the Basques, commence a rebellion, being proclaimed king by a convention of nobles and the people at Pampalica (probably modern Pampliega) without the support of the church.
- January 20: Recceswinth, son of Chindasuinth, is crowned co-king in an attempd to establish a hereditary monarchy. The associate-son is from this date until Chindasuinth death the true ruler of the Visigoths, in name of his father.
- Some weeks after ascending the throne, Wamba have to face a revolt from Hilderic, governor of Nîmes, who had himself aspired to the kingship. Wamba send Flavius Paulus, an Hispano-Roman duke, to put down the hostilities, but upon his arrival at Narbonne, Flavius Paulus become a rebel himself, being elected king by his army and joined by Hilderic and his followers.
- Flavius Paulus send emissaries to the Basques, inciting them to rebellion, which forces Wamba to personally lead an army into the western Pyrenees and reduce the Basques to submission.
- Flavius Paulus is crowned by his supporters. The Visigothic cities in Gaul and a large part of northeastern Hispania come over to Paulus' side. Nobles opposed to Wamba organize large units to fight the royal armies in the field.
- Wamba marches into the Narbonensis and Tarraconensis regions, the center of the revolt, and in a few days turns most of the cities back to his side.
- Paulus surrender in Narbonne, ending the rebellion.
- While on the verge of death, Wamba is forced to retire from the kingship, even though he recovers, and enter a monastery. Erwig is appointed as his successor.
- November 14: After falling seriously ill, Erwig proclaims his son-in-law Ergica as his heir and retires to a monastery as a penitent.
- Ergica associate his son Wittiza to the throne, even though he is a minor.
- November, 15 or 24 - Wittiza is annointed king, co-ruling with his father Ergica.