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The·od·o·ric (thē-ŏd′ər-ĭk) Known as "the Great." ad 454?-526.
King of the Ostrogoths (c. 474-526) who invaded Italy, killed Odoacer, and founded the Ostrogoth kingdom in Italy (493).
Theodoric (θɪˈɒdərɪk) or
(Biography) called the Great. ?454–526 ad, king of the Ostrogoths and founder of the Ostrogothic kingdom in Italy after his murder of Odoacer (493)
The•od•o•ric (θiˈɒd ə rɪk)
A.D. 454?–526, king of the Ostrogoths: ruler of Italy 493–526.
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The second generation of Christian kings in Francia certainly had one monarch seeking a gifted singer for his court and church: Theuderic
Gregory the Great seems to have thought that Theudebert I and Theuderic
I exercised some authority in England, presumably in the kingdom of Kent.
The Visio Baronti was written, as its author declares, `on the 8th Kalends of April in the sixth year of Theuderic
, King of the Franks', that is 25 March 678 or 679.