Fridubald ( vand. Fridubalth , lat. Fredibalum ; V century ) - the king of vandals-sings in the beginning of the V century, known only from the chronicle of Idation .
Under the leadership of Fridubald, vandals-sillings are located in the southern part of Spain, in the province of Betica . The memory of their stay here has been preserved, according to one version, in the name of the Spanish province of Andalusia . The Roman government was forced to admit this state of affairs officially, but secretly sought funds to get rid of uninvited guests. In 416, the Romans called for help against the Vandals and Alans of the Visigoth King Valiu . He, according to the Idation, witily, without any battle, captured Fredubald, the king of silinges, and sent him to the emperor Honorius  . Nothing is known of his fate.
Also defeated in 418 were the Alans, who ruled the Vandals and Suevs , and their king Addak was killed. After these events, the sillings renounced their political independence and voluntarily submitted to the king of the vandals , the Asdings Gunderich . Alans followed their example  .
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