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408-450: Rule of Theodosius II in the East  ∙Disappaerance of Rome in the West, growing Hun  penetration south of Danube.  451: Council of Chalcedon, Marcian's rule  ∙Church council declaring Monophysitism to be  heresy, Marcian's rejection of Hun tribute demands.  474-491: Zeno's rule  ∙Ostrogoths raid Byzantium, then sent west by Zeno; internal palace  intrigues and civil unrest.  476  ∙Odovacar deposes last Roman Emperor, rules in his place  488  ∙Theodoric the Ostrogoth arrives in Italy, eliminates Odovacar  491: Anastasia Emperor in East  ∙Schism with Rome develops due to his Monophysitism;  beginning of Bulgar raids and Blues and Greens unrest.  506: Clovis' conversion  ∙Franks become Catholic, defeat Arain Visigoths at Battle of Vouille  511  ∙Clovis' death  527-565  ∙Justinian's rule  532: Nika riots  ∙After capital city insurrection, Emperor Justinian sends forces to conquer North 
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