Garmules († 578 ) was a king of the Berbers ( Mauri ) in the 6th century.
Garmules is only mentioned in the Chronicle of Johannes Biclarensis for the year 578. In that year Gennadius, the Eastern Roman magister militum per Africam , defeated Garmules after the latter himself had defeated three Roman duces , the 570/571 defeated Theodorus, Theoctistus and Amabilis. According to Johannes Biclarensis, Gennadius killed the Berber king himself with the sword.
- John Robert Martindale: Garmules. In: The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire (PLRE). Volume 3A, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1992, ISBN 0-521-20160-8 , p. 504.
- ↑ Gennadius magister militum in Africa Mauros vastat, Garmulem fortissimum regem, qui iam tres duces superius nominatos Romani exercitus interfecerat, bello superat et ipsum regem gladio interficit.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||King of the Berbers|
|DATE OF BIRTH||5th century or 6th century|
|DATE OF DEATH||578|