There are also a few instances of "Alaricus" in later Middle English and French chronicles. All of these examples are discussing the king who sacked Rome.
Many submitters want to use "Alaric" with late-period German or English names. The existing documentation for Alaric does not always support such use. However, from the Family Search Historical Records (formerly the IGI Parish Records), we have a number of given names that sound very similar to "Alaric" that can be matched with late-period German or English bynames:
Christening Date: 04 Sep 1605
Christening Place: Nieuwekerk, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
This particular example sounds the most like "Alaric" and, because it is from the Netherlands, can be combined with late-period English bynames.
Marriage Date: 05 Sep 1586
Event Place: Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany
Christening Date: 01 Sep 1586
Christening Place: Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany