It has been one tale of unceasing misery, of terrible downfal to Rome, from Genseric to Agilulf.
Eudoxia met Genseric at the gates in royal robes and jewels.
He showed himself brave and spirited; led an army into Spain and attacked Genseric; but he was beaten, and came back disappointed.
Among her works are odes, eclogues, idyls, and a tragedy (Genseric).
For Genseric's disregard of the general opinion of those present a parallel is presented by Agamemnon's conduct in Il.
Some apply this symbol of a "falling star" to Genseric, but this is incongruous.
The persecution of the Donatists 17 was an event not less favorable to the designs of Genseric.
For these reasons the Vandals gladly undertook the enterprise, and under Genseric, their king, became lords of Africa.
Genseric's son and successor, Hunnerich, who reigned from 477 to 484, was at first milder.
It dies a natural death, even though some Alaric or Genseric happens to be at hand to take possession of the corpse.