Scope Of Chapter 33
Fall In The West — from 'The History Of The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire' by Edward Gibbon

Death of Honorius—Valentinian III. Emperor of the West—Administration of His Mother Placidia—Aetius and Boniface—Conquest of Africa by the Vandals
423 Last Years and Death of Honorius
423 — 425 Elevation and Fall of the Usurper John
425 — 455 Valentinian III., Emperor of the West
425 — 450 Administration of his Mother Placidia— Her two Generals, Aetius and Boniface
427 Error and Revolt of Boniface in Africa
428 He invites the Vandals; Genseric, King of the Vandals
429 He lands in Africa— Reviews his Army; The Moors; The Donatists
430 Tardy Repentance of Boniface; Desolation of Africa— Siege of Hippo— Death of St. Augustin
431 Defeat and Retreat of Boniface
432 His Death
431 — 439 Progress of the Vandals in Africa
439 They surprise Carthage; African Exiles and Captives; Fable of the Seven Sleepers
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