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Euric

(yo͝or`ĭk), d. c.484, king of the Visigoths (466–c.484), brother and successor of Theodoric II. He made Toulouse his capital and under him the Visigothic kingdom reached its greatest extent, including the Iberian peninsula and southern Gaul. In 475 he made his first codification of Visigothic law. He was succeeded by his son Alaric IIAlaric II,
d. 507, Visigothic king of Spain and of S Gaul (c.484–507), son and successor of Euric. He issued (506) at Toulouse the Breviary of Alaric for his Roman subjects.
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More obvious analogies can be found in European legal history of around the same period: the Codex Euricianus (or Code of Euric), compiled by a Roman jurist for Euric, the Gothic King of Toulouse, shortly before 480, which recognized the customary norms of the Goths, superficially Romanized; or the Lex Salica, which codified Frankish penal and procedural law under Clovis (early sixth c.).
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