Genseric


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king of the Vandals who seized Roman lands and invaded North Africa and sacked Rome (428-477)

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Peterborough also had to settle for a point after a 2-2 home draw against Oldham, with Michael Bostwick and Masrcus Maddison netting for Posh but Jonathan Forte and Genseric Kusunga replying for the Latics.
Nicky Ajose restored Posh's twogoal cushion only for James Wesolowski, Harkins - from the penalty spot after Lee Tomlin was sent off for handling on the line - and Genseric Kusunga to turn things around with the winner coming in the 90th minute as Oldham moved four points clear of the relegation zone.
Nicky Ajose restored Posh's two-goal cushion only for James Wesolowski, Harkins - from the penalty spot after Lee Tomlin was sent off for handling on the line - and Genseric Kusunga to turn things around with the winner coming in the 90th minute as Oldham moved four points clear of the relegation zone.
Victor Moses and Oldham's Genseric Kusunga chase after the ball in Sunday's FA Cup 3rd round tie
Wolves survived a couple of close calls, particularly late on with Carl Ikeme saving from Genseric Kusunga and Kirk Millar missing the target.
Edwards twice found the side-netting before the break as Wolves recovered from the shock of conceding after just 75 seconds when Genseric Kusunga's header looped into the net from James Dayton's free-kick.
Gautier concluded that a resource-depleted Rome died of old age in Genseric, roi des vandales [1935].
Current league positions Basle 4th, Otelul Galati 14th TEAM NEWS Scott Chipperfield (muscle strain), Valentin Stocker, Gilles Yapi and Genseric Kusunga (all knee) are ruled out.
Despite recent contributions by Ahmad Siraj and others, much needs to be clarified with regard to Tingi's evolution between the arrival in North Africa of Genseric's Vandals in 429 ce and the entry of Muslim Berber/Arab contingents into Visigothic Iberia (crossing the Strait of Gibraltar (Bahr al-suq St) in July 710 and in April 711 CE).
In the transient possession of a rich and unresisting capital, the soldiers of Alaric and Genseric were stimulated by the passions of a victorious army; amidst the wanton indulgence of lust or cruelty, portable wealth was the object of their search." "From these innocent barbarians the reproach may be transferred to the Catholics of Rome.
But, like Norman Douglas in Old Calabria, Leigh Fermor turns up, in this unpromising place, a fine trove of history ("It is a little known fact, recorded in the Wars of Procopius, that Genseric, King of the Vandals, after he had conquered Carthage, purposed to invade the Mani") and folklore: Belief in the prophetic importance of dreams, a pan-Hellenic superstition, is even stronger here than in the rest of Greece.
Augustine served as Bishop of Hippo from that time until his death on August 28, 430, the beginning of the siege of the city by the Vandal king Genseric.
The exegetes also appealed to Gibbon's descriptions of the Vandal invasions under Genseric, which they saw as predicted in the second trumpet of the Apocalypse (Revelation 8: 8-9).
Three years later he induced the Vandal Genseric to spare Rome and its people from fire, torture and massacre.
In addition to poems, Deshoulieres wrote an opera, Zoroastre (1680), and two tragedies, Jules-Antoine and Genseric (1680).