of the East
How The Barbarians Conquered Rome
- "Heri" 395-485 , born Saherius Primus Bellianus, 7th
son of Priscus Septimus Bellianus and Sahera Al-Alana, only daughter of
the Khan Saher El Maduc, heir of Rurik and Munduk, Khan of Western Asia
and Bithynia. Ruled 410-453, lived in exile from 453-485. 396-399 adopted
by Byriac Arianus, renamed Saheris El Maduc. 399 adopted by Saher El Maduc,
named heir to Khanate.
El Bleda "Eosa" 396-461, a.k.a. Eosa Sahelius Bellianus, only
son of Byriac Arianus (d. 399) and Sahera Al-Alana (d. 405), adopted son
of Priscus Septimus Bellianus
lived 14 years beyond his reported death as Maducs brother Eosa,
and was executed by the court of Valentinian III. Saheris lived 29 years
in exile beyond his reported death as Khan El Maduc as Madoc Marcian,
in northwest Gaul, near what is now Brittany. He died of poison at the
hands of is 54th wife, a Gaul in service to the Saxons, upon
the suspicion that he had been unfaithful.
El Maduc, 325-410, son of Sahera Al Alcal, an Alan noble, and
Valeris, grandson of the Illyrian (Daner El Maduc), known to the Roman
empire as Roman Emperor Diocletian, successor to Carinus and Numenian
(285-305.) Abdicated 305. Official death recorded as 316, died 345 at
Illyricum. Saher was educated by Daner between 335 and 340, after Valeris
death in battle in 335. Saher was the youngest issue of Daners family
; Daners daughter Valeria bore six daughters before her death; Valeris
had five sons and seven daughters. Zoser was Valeris heir to the
kingdom of Bithynia, granted under the Tetrarch of Constantius Augustus
in 320. Zoser inherited Bithynia in 330 as co-regent with Valeris; Valeris
died in battle in Moesia in 335, Zoser was killed in border skirmishes
with the Vandals in 336, having ruled for one year. Daner then took the
regency and granted it to Saher at the age of 11, at which point Daner
intensified his education to prepare for military and civil leadership.
Sahers brothers were killed in battle with the barbarians in defense
of Bithynia and Illyria between 336 and 345. The provincial government
of the two nations was moved between Illyricum and Maduc on the Euxine
Sea several times between 336 and 345, at which time Saher established
his capital at Maduc with a secondary garrison at Illyricum to defend
the western frontier.
Khan, known to his foreign retainers as the Great King, retained
mostly foreigners in his household, for reasons of multiculturalism and
to educate his family on the diversity of the empire which they collectively
served; and to prepare them for the arranged hostage takings that occurred
within the Khanate with foreign peoples, primarily Rome, and the Gothic
and Visigothic peoples.
- Sahers Roman secretary, his wifes cousin and relative of
Priscus, who was sympathetic to the eastern empire.
- Cliny was a Greek, Arrus a Roman, served as Sahers personal guards,
spies, and scribes, assisting Suwetus in intelligence-gathering in his
personal service. Both served as diplomats for their respective governments
before being retained by Saher.
- Sahers family physician, a Greek Jew and refugee from an early
sack of his home in Thessaloniki while a student; retained by Saher while
still a youth; later he served Saheris and trained a cadre of physicians
who served Saheris armies in their campaigns against Rome and Constantinople.
Priscus - father of Priscus Septimus Bellianus, regent of Ravenna
before and during the reign of Valentinian III, a nephew and favorite
of Emperor Julian, a linguist and scholar. Raised to the purple in (year)
as Caesar. Friend to Saher during the reign of Julian.
(Valentinian III), emperor-regent of Western Rome during the reign of
Saheris El Maduc.
Septimus Bellianus, namesake and son of Attalus Priscus, who
briefly ascended to the throne of the Western empire, the 7th
son of Julian, great-grandson of Diocletian and 2nd cousin
to Saher El Maduc.
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