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421bc: In both Greece and China, the first crossbow is used.
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Oldest: 776 end Oldest: 776
A43
782: Saxon Wars: King Charlemagne sends a punitive expedition (an elite force of Eastern Frankish
troops) under the command of Adalgis the Chamberlain, Gallo, and Worad, supported by Saxon forces,
to deal with the Saxons and Sorb raiders in Thuringia.
Welf Count-Of-Entgau
776-819
811 JaneDoe Eigilwich
782-843
A43
Youngest: 782 Youngest: 782
Oldest: 805 end end Oldest: 805
A42
835: Danish Viking raiders ally with the Cornish, against the rule of King Egbert of Wessex.
Louis-Ii Of-Bavaria
805-876
826 Emma Sachsen
805-878
Gebhard Count-Of-Nieder-Lahngau
835-879
857 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A42
Youngest: 835 Youngest: 835
Oldest: 828 end Oldest: 828
A41
865: The Great Heathen Army (probably no more than 1,000 men) of Vikings, led by Ivar the Boneless
and Halfdan Ragnarsson, invades East Anglia. King Edmund of East Anglia buys peace with a supply
of horses.
Carloman Of-Bavaria
828-860
850 Litwinde DeCarinthia
830-899
Gebhard Duke-Of-Loraine
865-910
889 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A41
Youngest: 865 Youngest: 865
Oldest: 850 end Oldest: 850
A40
895: King Odo (or Eudes) takes a large army against Rheims, and forces anti-king Charles the Simple
to flee to Germany. King Arnulf of Carinthia, throwing off his agreements with Odo, charges his
son Zwentibold to invade the West Frankish Kingdom, and re-install Charles on the throne.
Arnoul-I DeBavaria
850-899
883 JaneDoe Oda
?-?
Odo Count-In-The-Welterau
895-949
917 JaneDoe Vermandois
895-943
A40
Youngest: 895 Youngest: 895
Oldest: 899 end Oldest: 899
A39
920: The nobles of Lotharingia under Gilbert, duke of Lorraine, revolt against King Charles III
("the Simple"). They recognize King Henry I ("the Fowler") as their sovereign. Charles invades Lotharingia
as far as Pfeddersheim (near Worms), but retreats when he learns that Henry is mobilizing an army
to attack the West Frankish Kingdom.
Gerard DeMetz
?-?
925 Glismonde Of-Germany
899-?
Conrad Duke-Of-Swabia
920-997
941 Richling Princess-Of-The-HRE
?-1007
A39
Youngest: 920 Youngest: 920
Oldest: 915 end end end end Oldest: 915
A38
955: Battle of Lechfeld: King Otto I (the Great) defeats the Hungarians (also known as Magyars)
near Augsburg (Germany). Otto's army (8,000 men) mainly composed of heavy cavalry, overwhelms the
Hungarians along the Lech River. The German losses are heavy, among them Conrad (the Red) and many
other nobles. The commanders of the Hungarian army, Bulcsu and Lehel, are captured and executed.
This victory puts a end to the Hungarian campaigns into West Europe.
Duncan Thane-Of-Dule
915-?
942 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Hugues-Iii De-Bas-Alsace
928-984
957 Berlinda D'Ortenburg-Welf
923-1011
Ludwig Count-Of-Dagsburg
945-980
973 Judith Ohningen
955-?
A38
Youngest: 955 Youngest: 955
Oldest: 945 end Oldest: 945
A37
970: Eric the Victorious becomes the first (documented) king of Sweden in Uppland.
Duncan Lord-Of-Atholl
945-?
972 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Hugh-Vi Count-Of-Nordgau-Egisheim
970-1048
995 Countess Heilwig Of-Dagsburg
964-1046
A37
Youngest: 970 Youngest: 970
Oldest: 975 end end end Oldest: 975
A36
1005: The Shanyuan Treaty is negotiated between the Liao Dynasty and the Song Dynasty. The Song
government agrees to pay an annual tribute of 200,000 bolts of raw silk and 100,000 taels of silver.
Crinan Mormaer Lay-Abbot-of-Dunkeld
975-1045
1000 Beatrix Princess-Of-Scotland
984-?
Siward Digera Of-Northumberland
975-?
997 Elfleda Bernicia
975-?
Edmund-Ii Ironside
994-1016
1015 Ealdgyth Atheling
986-1015
Ludolf Of-Brunswick
1004-1038
1021 Gertrude Egisheim
1004-1077
A36
Youngest: 1004 Youngest: 1004
Oldest: 1001 end end end end Oldest: 1001
A35
1026: Conrad II leaves the bulk of his army at the siege of Pavia and marches to Ravenna. The Ravennan
militias close the town gates and assault the imperial train. Conrad rallies his troops and takes
Ravenna, taking bloody revenge.
Robert-Ii The-Magnificent 6th-Duke-Of-Normandy
?-?
1021 Herleve DeFlaise
?-?
Baudouin-V The-Pious Count-Of-Flanders
?-?
1030 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Duncan-I King-Of-Scotland
1001-1040
1028 Sybil Fitzsiward
1010-1070
Edward Atheling-Of-England
1016-1057
1040 Agatha Brunswicik
1025-1093
A35
Youngest: 1025 Youngest: 1025
Oldest: 1024 Oldest: 1024
A34
1050: Hedeby is sacked by King Harald Hardrade of Norway, during the course of a conflict with Sweyn
II of Denmark
William-The-Conqueror King-Of-England
1024-1087
1055 Matilda Countess-Of-Flanders
1032-1083
Malcolm-Iii Canmore King-Of-Scotland
1031-1093
1069 Margaret Princess-Of-England
1045-1093
A34
Youngest: 1045 Youngest: 1045
Oldest: 1068 end end Oldest: 1068
A33
1070: Jun 4 Roquefort cheese is created in a cave near Roquefort, France
Henry-I Planttagenet King-Of-England
1068-1135
1100 Matilda Queen-Of-England
1080-1118
Richard FitzPons
1080-1127
1107 Matilda FitzWalter
?-1127
A33
Youngest: 1080 Youngest: 1080
Oldest: 1102 Oldest: 1102
A32
1118: The cantrefs of Rhos and Rhufoniog are annexed by Gruffudd ap Cynan, King of Gwynedd in Wales.
Geoffrey-v Plantagenet
1113-1151
1128 Matilda dePlantagenet
1102-1167
Walter FitzRichard DeClifford
1113-1187
1135 Margaret DeToeni
1109-1185
A32
Youngest: 1113 Youngest: 1113
Oldest: 1133 Oldest: 1133
A31
1138: The English defeat the Scottish at Cowton Moor Yorkshire. Banners of various saints carried
into battle led to the name Battle of the Santard.
Henry-Ii King-Of-England
1133-1189
1131 Rosamond DeClifford
1136-1176
A31
Youngest: 1136 Youngest: 1136
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1420: The Ming Dynasty first deploys naval mines.
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The Plantagenet/DePlantagenet Family


MapFileName: A43-31PlantagenetDePlantagenet
Number of Couples: 29