Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y <- Column Identifiers
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1300bc: In Egypt, the first lathe is used.
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Oldest: 760 Oldest: 760
A43
760: Romulus, first king of Rome, celebrates the first Roman triumph after his victory over the
Caeninenses, following the Rape of the Sabine Women
Ragnar Sigurdsson King-Of-Lethra
760-845
774 Aslaug Sigurdsdatter
760-?
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Youngest: 760 Youngest: 760
Oldest: 782 end Oldest: 782
A42
784: Saxon Wars: King Charlemagne begins a campaign in northern Saxony. He ravages Eastphalian territory
as far as the Elbe River, while his son, Charles the Younger, defeats a Saxon force in the Lippe
Valley. Bad weather hinders Charlemagne's winter campaign in southern Saxony.
Sigurd Snake-Eye Ragnarsson
782-830
802 Heluna Saxon Princess-Of-England
784-?
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Youngest: 784 Youngest: 784
Oldest: 814 end end Oldest: 814
A41
838: King Pepin I of Aquitaine dies after a 21-year reign. Emperor Louis the Pious appoints his
youngest son Charles the Bald as his successor. The Aquitainian nobility, however, elects Pepin's
son Pepin II as the new Frankish ruler.
Harde-knud Sigurdsson
814-884
839 JaneDoe Sigurdsson
818-?
Aethelstan Saxon King-Of-Kent
838-871
862 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A41
Youngest: 838 Youngest: 838
Oldest: 860 end end Oldest: 860
A40
900: Edward the Elder (son of Alfred the Great) is crowned king of England at Kingston upon Thames.
Olaf-The-Mighty Bjornsson Eriksson
900-?
925 Anna Ingeborg Queen-Of-Sweden
886-932
Gorm Harde-The-Old Knudsson
860-941
891 Elgiva Saxon Queen-Of-Denmark
872-935
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Youngest: 900 Youngest: 900
Oldest: 910 end end end Oldest: 910
A39
930: Establishment of the Althing, the parliament of Iceland, at bingvellir ("Thing Fields"). Chieftains
from various tribes assemble for 2 weeks (at a thing) to settle disputes, arrange marriages -
it continues in existence into the 21st century as the world's oldest parliament of the Icelandic
Commonwealth.
Styrbjorn Olafsson
930-1000
948 Thyra Haraldsdatter
930-1000
Harald Bluetooth-Gormson King-Of-Denmark
910-986
935 Gynrithe Thrandsdatter
919-1000
Asparling Eperleng Devaudreuil
?-?
963 Sprote DeBretange
911-1012
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Youngest: 930 Youngest: 930
Oldest: 944 end end Oldest: 944
A38
965: King Lothair III exploits the succession crisis in Flanders and captures many cities, but
is eventually repulsed by the supporters of Arnulf II - the son of Baldwin III and former co-ruler
of Flanders. Lothair attempts to increase his influence in Lotharingia, once held by the Carolingian
Dynasty. Emperor Otto I (the Great) encourages resistance to Lothair's overtures.
Thorgils Styrbjornsson
950-1027
966 Thyra Haraldsdotter
947-1000
Herbastus DeCrepon
944-1002
978 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Ralph Raoul Ivry
965-1016
1008 Erneburge Decaux
954-1010
A38
Youngest: 965 Youngest: 965
Oldest: 971 Oldest: 971
A37
1003: King Sweyn-I (Forkbeard) lands with a Danish Viking fleet in East Anglia, ravaging the countryside.
Northumbria surrenders to him.
Fulbert Chamberlain DeFalaise
971-1017
1000 Doda Macalpin Princess-Of-Scotland
980-1008
Osbern Stewart-Of-Normandie
1000-?
1016 Emma Alberade D'ivry
1001-?
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Youngest: 1001 Youngest: 1001
Oldest: 1008 end Oldest: 1008
A36
1027: Pope John Xix crowns Conrad-Ii Holy Roman Emperor, founder of the Salian dynasty.
Reynald DeCroy Lord-Of-Croy
1008-1059
1025 Unknown-Wife
?-?
William Fitzosbern
1016-1071
1044 Alice (Adeliza) DeToeni
1025-1066
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Youngest: 1025 Youngest: 1025
Oldest: 1033 Oldest: 1033
A35
1050: The brewery of Weltenburg Abbey is first mentioned, thus making it one of the oldest still
operating breweries in the world.
John DeGrai DeCroy
1033-?
1057 Adeliza Fitzosbern
1045-?
A35
Youngest: 1045 Youngest: 1045
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888: India introduces the concept of zero as a number.
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The DeGrai/Fitzosbern Family


MapFileName: A43-35DeGraiFitzosbern
Number of Couples: 17