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Rea Genealogy - pafn178 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Ancestors of Gary Rea

Notes


Huneric, King of the Vandals

King of the Vandals 477-484. Huneric succeeded his father Gaiseric in 477. When Gaiseric died, the Moorish vassal kingdoms on the border revolted. Huneric, an Arian, made Catholocism illegal.


Eudoxia

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Gaiseric, King of the Vandals

King of the Vandals 428-477. When his half-brother died , Gaiseric became King of the Vandals. As he was a brilliant general, he took the beaten Vandals out of Gaul, sailed to Africa, and there set up a kingdom. He created the first Vandal fleet and conquered north Africa, Sardinia, etc. When he died in 477 the Moorish vassal kingdoms on the border revolted.


Godegisel, King of the Vandals

King of the Vandals ?-406. He was badly beaten by the Franks in 406 (in 406 Gaul was ruled by Rome) and was killed. He was succeeded by his son Gunderic.