How to use Alaric in a sentence
After suffering heavy casualties in a subsequent Roman civil war and then once again treated in an underhanded manner by their Roman commanders, these people were roused to yet another rebellion led by Alaric I – the king of the Visigoths.Goths: Germanic Warriors Who Exposed The Roman Empire | Dattatreya Mandal | September 4, 2022 | Realm of History
According to one of the historians of that time, among the chiefs of Alaric's horde a Garibaldi commanded a "squadra."Rule of the Monk | Giuseppe Garibaldi
Alaric advances in Italy, and Stilicho prepares to resist him.
Assuredly the situation was charged with potentialities, but from such Alaric Denham, recognising, did not shrink.
What if Alaric were delivered over to the authorities, might it not be that the evidence would not be strong enough?
This hateful fiend had got Alaric into his power to compass his own object, and that object—good Heavens!
British Dictionary definitions for Alaric
?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
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