Alaric

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Al·ar·ic

 (ăl′ər-ĭk) ad 370?-410.
King of the Visigoths (395-410) who plundered Greece in 395 and attacked Italy, conquering Rome in 410.

Alaric

(ˈælərɪk)
n
(Biography) ?370–410 ad, king of the Visigoths, who served under the Roman emperor Theodosius I but later invaded Greece and Italy, capturing Rome in 410

Al•a•ric

(ˈæl ər ɪk)

n.
A.D. c370–410, king of the Visigoths: captured Rome 410.
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Alaric

[ˈælərɪk] NAlarico
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Era CCCC in Gotis primus rex Atanaricus efficitur, post hunc Alaricus.
Jerome's lamentation over Rome as captive of the barbaric hordes led by Alaricus and Petrarch's own sense of the eternity of Rome.