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[[Dosya:Münze 50 Denari - Gelimer - König der Vandalen (cropped).jpg|thumb|Gelimer'in profilini taşıyan 50 [[denarii]] coin with a profile of Gelimersikke]]
[[Dosya:Luxe & Antiquité10 plat Geilamir.jpg|thumb|TheGelimer'in missorium (silvergümüş dishtabak) of Gelimer ([[BibliothèqueFransa nationaleMillî de FranceKütüphanesi]])<ref>[ "Missorium de Geilamir, roi des Vandales"]. Médailles et Antiques de la [[Bibliothèque nationale de France]]. ''''. Retrieved 2019-04-06.</ref>]]
'''Gelimer'''<!-- (original form possibly '''Geilamir''',<ref>The name is attested in this form on coins and in an inscription; see J.B. Bury, ''[*.html History of the Later Roman Empire]'' (London 1923), p. 126, n. 9.</ref> 480–553), King of the [[Vandals]] and [[Alans]] (530–534), was the last [[Germanic peoples|Germanic]] ruler of the [[North Africa during Antiquity|North African]] [[Vandal Kingdom|Kingdom of the Vandals]]. He became ruler on 15 June 530 after deposing his [[Cousin|first cousin twice removed]], [[Hilderic]], who had angered the Vandal nobility by converting to [[Chalcedonian]] Christianity, as most of the Vandals at this time were fiercely devoted to [[Arianism|Arian Christianity]].<ref>The introduction of Arian Christianity to the Vandal nobility is discussed in H.E. Gieseche 1939. ''Die Ostgermanen und Arianismus'', esp. pp 167-99; the notorious Vandal persecutions of Catholic Christians in North Africa, recounted by the Catholic bishop [[Victor of Vita]], is translated by John R. C. Martyn, , 2008. ''Arians and Vandals of the 4th–6th centuries: annotated translations of the historical works by bishops [[Victor of Vita]] (''Historia persecutionis Africanae provinciae'') and [[Victor of Tonnena]]...'' (Cambridge), reviewed in ''The Journal of Ecclesiastical History'' '''61''', p 579f.</ref>