Late Antiquity

Can you name the figures/terms from Late Antiquity?

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Christian saint who wrote the City of God and the Confessions
heresy that held that Jesus was distinct from God, denounced at Council of Nicaea
Pope who crowned Charlemagne as Roman emperor
Great church of Constantinople, built by Justinian I
Byzantine title for the emperor, first used in a letter to Maurice and adopted in coinage by Leo III
Year of the great siege of Constantinople by the Avars, Slavs, and Sassanians
Gelimer was the last ruler of this kingdom before he was defeated by Belisarius in 533
Frankish dynasty of Childeric I and Clovis
Visigothic king who sacked Rome in 410
Roman general who defeated Attila at the Battle of Chalons
Legendary Visigothic teenager whose affair with King Roderic led to the rebellion that opened the door for the Muslim conquest of Spain
Eastern Roman emperor who lost a huge fleet attempting to retake Africa from the Vandals
Church council of 451 that denounced Monophysites
Eastern Roman empress who deposed her own son, blinding him
Sassanid emperor who was allied with Maurice, invaded the Byzantine empire after the coup of Phokas
This sister of Valentinian III begged for help from Attila, giving the Hun a pretext for invading
Short-lived Roman 'kingdom' in Gaul, founded by Aegidius, that outlasted the Western empire
Caliph who founded Baghdad in 762, launched project to translate Greek texts into Arabic
Historian who is our main source on the age of Justinian
Caliphate founded by Mu'awiya I in 661, with its capital in Damascus
Tribe that overran Italy right after the Byzantines had wrested it back from the Goths
Neoplatonist mathematician who was murdered by a mob in Alexandria in 415
Ostrogoth who deposed the last Roman emperor in the West
Pope who appealed to Attila to leave Italy
Battle in 636 in which Muslims conquered Syria and Palestine
Roman philosopher who served the Ostrogoths and wrote the Consolation of Philosophy around the year 524
Eastern Roman emperor who reconquered Africa and Italy and who survived the plague in the 540s
Year the Vandals, Alans, and Suebi crossed the Rhine and began overrunning the Western empire
Traditionally considered the last Western Roman emperor
Turkic nomads who overran the Balkans, established a capital at Pliska, and (under Khan Krum) destroyed the Byzantine force led by Nikephoros I

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