Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S
Oldest: 783 end end end end
A43
797: King Charlemagne issues the Capitulare Saxonicum, making Westphalian, Angrian and Eastphalian
Saxons equal to other peoples in the Frankish Kingdom. The Nordalbian Saxons revolt; a Frankish
fleet is sent to the North Sea coast of Germany. It lands in Hadeln, a marshy coastal region between
the Weser and Elbe estuaries, near modern-day Cuxhaven. Charlemagne invades northern Saxony, and
again accepts the submission of the Saxons.
Count-Brun VonSachsen
783-?
801 Gisla VonVera
785-?
Princeps Von-Billungen
792-?
811 Aeda Von-Billungen
797-?
Youngest: 797
Oldest: 805
A42
815: Byzantine-Bulgarian Treaty: Emperor Leo V the Armenian signs a 30-year peace agreement in Constantinople
with Omurtag, ruler (khan) of the Bulgarian Empire. The Rhodope Mountains become the Byzantine border
again, and Leo regains its lost Black Sea cities, after the Bulgars have them demolished.
Luidolf
805-866
843 Oda Von-Billungen
815-?
Youngest: 815
Oldest: 835 end end
A41
853: Danish Vikings attempt to subjugate the Curonians on the shoreline of the Baltic Sea, but they
are repulsed. King Olof leads Swedish Vikings in retaliation, and attacks the towns of Seeburg and
Apuole (modern Courland).
Otto Von Sachsen-I
835-912
875 Hedwig VonBabenburg
853-903
Dietrich VonRingelheim
?-917
877 Reginhilde VonFreisland
?-984
Youngest: 853
Oldest: 850 end end
A40
878: King Alfred the Great is surprised by a Viking attack at Chippenham. He is forced to flee,
with his family, into the Somerset Levels for safety. From his headquarters at Athelney, Alfred
wages a guerrilla war against the Vikings.
King-Robert-I Von-Frankreich
866-923
882 Beatrice DeVermandois Queen-Of-France
870-931
Regnier-I DeLorraine
850-915
882 Hersent Roucy
865-897
Heinrich VonSachsen-II
876-936
909 Saint-Mathilda VonRingelheim
878-968
Youngest: 878
Oldest: 880
A39
913: King Edward the Elder begins with the 'reconquest' of the Danelaw and occupies Essex. Death
of High-Reeve Eadwulf II. He is succeeded by his son Ealdred I, who is almost immediately driven
out by King Ragnall ua Imair of Norse York. Ealdred flees to the court of King Constantine II of
Scotland.
Heribert-Ii Von-Vermandois
880-943
907 Adela Von-Frankreich
?-960
Gilbert Duke-Of-Lorraine
890-939
930 Gerberga VonSachsen
913-984
Youngest: 913
Oldest: 915
A38
935: Duke Wenceslaus I of Bohemia, the subject of the 1853 Christmas carol "Good King Wenceslas",
is murdered by a group of nobles led by his brother Boleslaus I ("the Cruel"), who succeeds him.
Adalbert Count-Of-Vermandois
915-988
952 Gerberge Lorraine
935-978
Youngest: 935
Oldest: 953 end
A37
953: Liudolf, duke of Swabia, and his brother-in-law Conrad the Red rebel against King Otto I.
Otto and his army fail to capture the cities of Mainz and Augsburg. He declares Liudolf and Conrad
as outlaws in absentia. His brother Bruno I, archbishop of Cologne, restores royal authority in
Lorraine, but some of the rebellious dukes receive support from the Hungarians. They seize the opportunity
to invade Bavaria.
Herbert-Iii Count-Of-Vermandois
953-1015
978 Headwge Eadgifu Wessex
?-?
Youngest: 953
Oldest: 979 end
A36
990: Empress Theophanu dies of an illness at Nijmegen and is buried in the Church of Saint Pantaleon
in Cologne. Empress Adelaide of Italy assumes regency over her grandson, the 10-year-old King Otto
III.
Otto Count-Of-Vermandois
979-1045
1020 Pavia Countness-Of-Vermandois
990-?
Youngest: 990
Oldest: 1028 MORE
A35
1018: The Holy Roman Empire and Poland conclude the Peace of Bautzen.
Herbert-Iv Count-Of-Vermandois
1028-1080
1049 Adele DeValois Vexin
1032-1080
Youngest: 1032
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920: In the Song Dynasty, the fire lance which shot a weak gunpowder blast of flame and shrapnel,
is first used.

The Herbert/Vexin Family


MapFileName: A43-35HerbertIvAdele
Number of Couples: 14