John Athalarichos (Greek: Ἰωάννης Ἀθαλάριχος), also spelled as Atalarichos, Athalaric, and At'alarik, was an illegitimate son of the 7th century Byzantine Emperor Heraclius. In 637, he was alleged to have taken part in a plot to overthrow Heraclius and seize the throne. His name, Athalarichos, is Gothic, composed of the elements Athala (from Proto-Germanic word *aþala meaning "noble") and richos (from *reiks meaning "ruler").

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  • John Athalarichos (Greek: Ἰωάννης Ἀθαλάριχος), also spelled as Atalarichos, Athalaric, and At'alarik, was an illegitimate son of the 7th century Byzantine Emperor Heraclius. In 637, he was alleged to have taken part in a plot to overthrow Heraclius and seize the throne. His name, Athalarichos, is Gothic, composed of the elements Athala (from Proto-Germanic word *aþala meaning "noble") and richos (from *reiks meaning "ruler"). (en)
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  • John Athalarichos (Greek: Ἰωάννης Ἀθαλάριχος), also spelled as Atalarichos, Athalaric, and At'alarik, was an illegitimate son of the 7th century Byzantine Emperor Heraclius. In 637, he was alleged to have taken part in a plot to overthrow Heraclius and seize the throne. His name, Athalarichos, is Gothic, composed of the elements Athala (from Proto-Germanic word *aþala meaning "noble") and richos (from *reiks meaning "ruler"). (en)
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