Pronounced: THEE drik
The Society of Theodrics
There is only one other Theodric who's existence has been verified
first hand: Theodric Feng, currently living in Washington DC.
"Theodric" is Old German for "Theodoric".
Famous Theodrics include:
- Theodric de Gand (c. 956-?), Count of Gand in Flanders, Belgium.
of Bernicia (?-579 A.D.), King of Bernicia (in northern England)
- Theodric Romeyn Beck (1791-1855). Born in Schnenectady, New York,
Mr. Beck wrote the first significant American book on forensic medicine,
Elements of Medical Jurisprudence in 1823. This book is also
notable as it documents one of the first known cases of spontaneous
human combustion (Hannah Bradshaw).
- "Theodric the Great" (493-526), feared king of the
Ostrogoths who's reign lasted some 60 years. His name, however,
is usually spelled "Theodoric".
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