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Stilicho   -  Roman-Barbarian Master of Soldiers in West, 406-12. Fought holding actions against  Vandals, Burgundians, and Visigoths. Would not consent to Visigothic incorporation into Roman  forces as  foederati . Was strangled by Honorius after Visigothic departure form Italy.  Honorius   -  Roman Emperor in West, 395-423. Would not negotiate with Visigoths, instead  choosing to barricade himself in Ravenna. Held the throne during first sack of Rome in 410.  Athaulf   -  Visigothic king, 412-16, succeeding Alaric. Took Visigoths out of Gaul after failed  attempt to cross to North Africa. Fought for Honorius against other claimants, but was unable to  secure food for his people. Died while negotiating for food and normalized status within the  Empire.  Theodosius II   -  Eastern Emperor, 408-450. Sent army west after death of Honorius in 423, was  able to install the child Valentinian III as Western Emperor in Rome. 
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course HIST 1320 taught by Professor Murphy during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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