429 The Asding Vandals join with the Siling Vandals and Alans that remain in the south of Iberia and 80,000 people cross to North Africa under King Gaiseric.
433-444 Attila the Hun unites the Hun tribes under his rule, then begins raids, supported by Ostrogoths and Gepids. He pushes the boundary of the Eastern Roman Empire south of the Danube.
435 The Romans cede the western African provinces to King Gaiseric.
436 Attila destroys the Burgundian capital of Worms, and they flee to Savoy. He then tightens his grip on the Alemanni, the Franks of the Rhine valley, and the Thuringians.
439 King Gaiseric seizes Carthage.
442 The Romans allow King Gaiseric to exchange the western African provinces for the central zone, equivalent to modern Tunisia.
449 After raids by Picts, Irish, Angles, Saxons, and Jutes, the Jutes begin a permanent settlement in the south-east of Britain.
451 Attila invades Gaul. He is pushed back from Orleans by the Roman general Aetius, supported by Visigoths, Burgundians and Franks, and retreats from Campus Mauriacus in the Seine valley.
The New Penguin Atlas of Medieval History, Colin McEvedy, pp 16-17
The Times History of Europe, Mark Almond et al., pp 44-45
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