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257 CE: Visigoths attack Trapezus.
 
286 CE: Theodosius I settles Visigoths in Phrygia.
 
376 CE: The Visigoths are fleeing the Huns, entering the Eastern Roman Empire.
 
395 CE: Argos definitively destroyed by Visigoth invasion.
 
396 CE: Corinth burned by the Visigoths under Alaric.
 
 
396 CE: Sparta is sacked by the Visigoths led by Alaric.
 
408 CE: Alaric I the Visigoth besieges Rome. As ransom, Rome pays 5,000 pounds of gold, 30,000 pounds of silver, 4,000 silken tunics, 3,000 hides dyed scarlet, and 3,000 pounds of pepper.
 
410 CE: Alaric of the Visigoths sacks Rome.
 
418 CE: Visigoths settle in Aquitaine.
 
451 CE: Aetius defeats Attila of the Huns at the Catalaunian Fields, together with Rome’s allies.
 
 
462 CE: Visigoths expand into Spain.
 
 
507 CE: Clovis defeats the Visigoths and drives them into the Iberian peninsula.
 
 
535 CE - 554 CE: The Gothic War launched by Emperor Justinian I, aimed at reconquering Italy from the Goths.
 
 
536 CE - 562 CE: The Byzantine Empire conquers Italy.
 
571 CE: Visigoths conquer Cordoba.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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