Vandal

  • (noun): Someone who willfully destroys or defaces property.
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Some articles on vandal, vandals:

Tartarus (DC Comics) - History
... Tartarus was organized by Vandal Savage to be the anti-Teen Titans ... She submits to Vandal but, unbeknownst to him, selects members that she knows will not function well as a team ... Vandal Savage needs Adeline's blood to develop an immortality serum, and he slits her throat in order to get a sample ...
HMS Vandal (P64) - Subsequent Investigations
... A team of divers investigated Vandal in August 2003, looking for an explanation for her mysterious sinking ... It is therefore likely that Vandal was on the surface when the incident occurred ... The area that Vandal lies in is known as area "Quebec", and was used by submarines performing log calibrations over a "measured mile." So it is possible that log calibration work was ...
Heremigarius
... According to Hydatius, he had attacked the Vandal cities of Seville and Mérida and was thus "cast down in the river Ana by the arm of God," where he drowned ... He was in fact defeated by the Vandal king Geiseric near Mérida and drowned on the retreat ... connected with the Ermengon whose interred in an Arian tomb in the basilica of Hippo Regius, the Vandal capital ...
Goddas
... Godas (died 533) was a Gothic nobleman of the Vandal kingdom in North Africa ... King Gelimer of the Vandals made him governor of the Vandalic province of Sardinia, but Godas stopped forwarding the taxes he collected and declared ... Godas' revolt proved fatal to the Vandal kingdom for while Tzazo was away with the bulk of the Vandal forces, a Byzantine army commanded by Belisarius landed unopposed near Caputvada with ...
History Of Roman-era Tunisia - Post-Roman Successors - Vandal Kingdom
... A Germanic tribal nation the Vandals had already trekked across the Empire to Hispania. 428-477) the Vandals and the Alans (their Iranian allies), about 80,000 people, traveled the 2000 km ... The next year the Vandals besieged the city of Hippo Regius (on the coast of Numidia) while St ...

More definitions of "Vandal":

  • (noun): A member of the Germanic people who overran Gaul and Spain and North Africa and sacked Rome in 455.