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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.


Individual evidence

  1. 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.