Thorismund

Thorismund (also Thorismod or Thorismud, as manuscripts of our chief source confusingly attest ) (c. undefined 420–453), became king of the Visigoths after his father Theodoric was killed in the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains (also called Battle of Châlons) in 451 CE.wikipedia
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Battle of the Catalaunian Plains

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undefined 420–453), became king of the Visigoths after his father Theodoric was killed in the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains (also called Battle of Châlons) in 451 CE. He was murdered in 453 and was succeeded by his brother Theodoric II.
The Romano-Gothic charge apparently swept past the Hunnic camp in pursuit; when night fell, Thorismund, son of king Theodoric, returning to friendly lines, mistakenly entered Attila's encampment.

Theodoric I

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undefined 420–453), became king of the Visigoths after his father Theodoric was killed in the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains (also called Battle of Châlons) in 451 CE. He was murdered in 453 and was succeeded by his brother Theodoric II.
With his whole army and his sons, Thorismund and Theodoric, he joined Aëtius.

Theodoric II

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undefined 420–453), became king of the Visigoths after his father Theodoric was killed in the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains (also called Battle of Châlons) in 451 CE. He was murdered in 453 and was succeeded by his brother Theodoric II.
Theoderic II, son of Theodoric I, obtained the throne by killing his elder brother Thorismund.

Visigoths

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undefined 420–453), became king of the Visigoths after his father Theodoric was killed in the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains (also called Battle of Châlons) in 451 CE. He was murdered in 453 and was succeeded by his brother Theodoric II.

Châlons-en-Champagne

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undefined 420–453), became king of the Visigoths after his father Theodoric was killed in the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains (also called Battle of Châlons) in 451 CE. He was murdered in 453 and was succeeded by his brother Theodoric II.

Ostrogoths

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The summit seems to have extended to the whole of the left flank of the Ostrogoth and Hun forces.

Huns

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The summit seems to have extended to the whole of the left flank of the Ostrogoth and Hun forces.

Alans

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Thorismund descended from the hills during the late stages of the conflict, when the Huns had prevailed over the Alans, and the Ostrogoths were pushing the disorganized Visigoths after the death of their king Theodoric.

Edward Gibbon

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Thorismund led his force of Visigoths in a decisive charge which, according to Edward Gibbon, flanked both the Ostrogoths and subsequently the Huns and snatched the victory from his enemies.

Visigothic Kingdom

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He is infamous for murdering his elder brother Theodoric II who had himself become king by murdering his elder brother Thorismund.

Amalasuntha

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410), and great-grandson of Thorismund (died after 400), king of the Ostrogoths c.

Night combat

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Later in the battle, Thorismund, son of king Theodoric, accidentally walked into Attila the Hun's encampment while attempting to return to his own forces at night.

Valamir

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Valamir was the son of Vandalarius and cousin to king Thorismund.

Ancient Germanic law

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Besides his own constitutions, Euric included in this collection the unwritten constitutions of his predecessors Theodoric I (419-451), Thorismund (451-453), and Theodoric II (453-466), and he arranged the whole in a logical order.

Tonantius Ferreolus (prefect)

Tonantius Ferreolus
Following the defeat of the Huns by a Roman-Gothic alliance, Ferreolus resisted the attempts of Visigothic king Thorismund to take advantage of the situation to obtain more territory or privileges in 452-453 when that king besieged Arles.

Constantina (empress)

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Eutharic is given by Jordanes as a son of Vetericus, grandson of Berimud and great-grandson of Thorismund.

Flavius Aetius

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Theodoric died in the battle, and Aetius suggested his son Thorismund retreat to Tolosa to secure his throne, and persuaded Merovaeus to return to the lands of the Franks; for this reason it is said that Aetius kept all of the battlefield loot for his army.

453

* Theodoric II succeeds his brother Thorismund as king of the Visigoths, Thorismund having been murdered, after violating the alliance with the Western Roman Empire.

Sisenand

It is allegedly a gift that Aetius, a Roman general, gave to Thorismund, the king of the Visigoths in 451.

451

* Thorismund succeeds his father Theodoric I as king of the Visigoths.