Visigothic Kinrick

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Kinrick o the Visigoths
Regnum Gothorum
418–c. 720
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Tremissis depictin Liuvigild (568-586)
Greatest extent o the Visigothic Kinrick, c. 500 (shawn in orange, territory lost efter Vouille shawn in licht orange).
Greatest extent o the Visigothic Kinrick, c. 500 (shawn in orange, territory lost efter Vouille shawn in licht orange).
Caipital Toulouse (till 507)
Narbonne[1]
Barcelona[2]
Toledo[3]
Common leids Vulgar Laitin
Gothic (spoken amang elite)
Releegion Germanic Paganism
Chalcedonian Christianity
Arianism
Govrenment Monarchy
Keeng  
• 418–419
Wallie
• 418–451
Theodoric I
• 466–484
Euric
• 484-507
Alaric II
• 511–526
Theoderic the Great
• 714–c. 721
Ardo
History  
410
• Established
418
451
507
• Invasion bi the Umayyads
711
• Umayyad occupation o
Septimania
c. 720
718 or 722
Aurie
620-710 600,000 km2 (230,000 sq mi)
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Labarum.svg Wastren Roman Empire
Suebic Kinrick o Galicia
Umayyad Caliphate
Kinrick o Asturias
Francie

The Visigothic Kinrick or Kinrick o the Visigoths (Laitin: Regnum Gothorum) wis a kinrick that occupied whit is nou soothwastren Fraunce an the Iberian Peninsula frae the 5t tae the 8t centuries.

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  1. After the defeat at Vouillé (507) an the loss o Toulouse. See: S. J. B. Barnish, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Social Stress, The Ostrogoths from the migration period to the sixth century: an ethnographic perspective (Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 2007), p. 368.
  2. Follaein the daith o Amalaric (531). See: S. J. B. Barnish, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Social Stress, The Ostrogoths from the migration period to the sixth century: an ethnographic perspective (Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 2007), p. 369.
  3. Caipital o the Visigothic kinrick bi the end o the ring o Athanagild (dee'd 567). See: Collins, Roger. Visigothic Spain, 409–711 (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2004), p. 44.