Godigisel
Godigisel (359–406) was King of the Hasdingi Vandals until his death in 406. He was killed in battle late in 406, shortly before his people forced a crossing of the Rhine River into the territory of t...
Zhang Tianxi
Zhang Tianxi (Chinese: 張天錫; 346–406), original courtesy name Gongchungu (公純嘏), later Chungu (純嘏), nickname Duhuo (獨活), formally Duke Dao of Xiping (西平悼公), was the last ruler of the Chinese state F...
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Radagaisus
Radagaisus (died 23 August 406) was a Gothic king who led an invasion of Roman Italy in late 405 and the first half of 406. A committed Pagan, Radagaisus evidently planned to sacrifice the Senators of...
Gu Kaizhi
Gu Kaizhi (simplified Chinese: 顾恺之; traditional Chinese: 顧愷之; pinyin: Gù Kǎizhī; Wade–Giles: Ku K'ai-chih; c. 344-406), courtesy name Changkang (长康), was a celebrated painter of ancien...
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Alban of Mainz
Saint Alban of Mainz (b. unknown, Greece or Albania; d. c. 406 in Mainz) was a priest, missionary, and martyr. Rabanus Maurus wrote in his Martyrology about Alban, who was sent to Gallia as a missiona...
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Admonitions Scroll
The Admonitions Scroll is a Chinese narrative painting on silk that is traditionally ascribed to Gu Kaizhi (Chinese: 顧愷之; pinyin: Gù Kǎizhī, ca. 345–ca. 406), but which modern scholarship rega...
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Abraham of the High Mountain
Abraham of the High Mountain (died 406) was a teacher of Barsauma. A monastery was dedicated in his name at Garbia near Modiad in Tur Abdin. His biography was written by a disciple of his, Stephen. Hi...
Mercurialis of Forlì
Mercurialis (Italian: Mercuriale) was the Christian bishop of Forlì, in Romagna. The historical figure known as Mercurialis attended the Council of Rimini in 359 and died around 406. He was a zeal...