Who was Justinian’s contemporary in Western Europe?

We are talking about the period from 527 to 565. There were barbarian kingdoms in Western Europe in those years. Contemporaries are:

The kingdom of the Franks and the parts into which it was divided – Theodoric I and Theodebert I. And also Gregory of Tours, Clotar I and his wife Arnegunda and Childebert I.
Burgundy was ruled by Godomard II.
England. There was no single state, but, for example, the kingdom of Kent was ruled by Octa and Ermenrik.
Kingdom of the Visigoths in Spain – Teudis, Aguila I, Atanagild and Teudigizel.
Kingdom of the Suevi in the north of Portugal – Hararich.

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