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Walha
King of the Visigoths
Walia-rey-visigodo.png
Reign415–418
PredecessorSigeric
SuccessorTheodoric I
Died418
DynastyBalti dynasty
FatherPossibly Athanaric I
MotherRocestes

Wallia or Walha (in Spanish: Walia, in Portuguese Vália), (c. 385 – 418) was king of the Visigoths from 415 to 418, earning a reputation as a great warrior and prudent ruler. He was elected to the throne after Athaulf and then Sigeric were assassinated in 415.

Early on, Wallia made peace with Emperor Honorius and accepted a treaty with the Roman Empire. He also returned Honorius' sister Galla Placidia to him. As gains from these arrangements, Wallia was granted Aquitaine in 417 as a region where the Visigoths would be based as official allies or foederati. He established his court in Toulouse, which became the Visigothic capital for the rest of the fifth century.

In 418 he honored the alliance by invading Hispania, where his army destroyed the Siling Vandals and so reduced the numbers of Alans living there that the survivors placed themselves under the rule of Gunderic, king of the Asding Vandals.

Some historical sources say that he was related to Alaric only by marriage. He was succeeded by Alaric's illegitimate son or son-in-law Theodoric. Wallia's daughter married Rechila, King of the Suevi, and was the mother of Ricimer and the mother-in-law of Gundowech, King of the Burgundians.

Wallia is sometimes assumed to have been the historical model for the legendary figure of Walter of Aquitaine.

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King Wallia of the Visigoths
 Died: 418
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Sigeric
King of the Visigoths
415–418
Succeeded by
Theodoric I
This page was last edited on 22 July 2020, at 11:46
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