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400bc: In China, the traction trebuchet (catapult) is first used.
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Oldest: 710 end end end end end Oldest: 710
A43
772: Oct 1 Aengibald gives away bishop Willibrord estate in Waalre
Sigibert Of-Rouergue
?-?
736 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Thierry Of-Autum
730-793
749 Princess Aupais OfTheFranks
710-804
Count-Suppo Of-Parma
773-824
794 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A43
Youngest: 773 Youngest: 773
Oldest: 740 end end end end end Oldest: 740
A42
743: Mar 1 Slave export by Christians to heathen areas prohibited
Fredalon Of-Rouergue
740-785
774 Bertha Autum
750-804
Richard Of-Gorze-amiens
?-?
807 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Boso The-Elder
800-855
818 Engletrude
?-?
Count-Adelchis Of-Parma
795-870
827 Angiltrude Spoleto
810-?
A42
Youngest: 810 Youngest: 810
Oldest: 767 end end end Oldest: 767
A41
829: Viking chieftain Halfdan the Black becomes king of Agder (modern Norway). He expands his realm
through military conquest and political negotiations, dividing the kingdom of Vestfold with his
half-brother Olaf.
Fulcoald Of-Arles
767-?
899 Senegaude Rouergue
777-?
Remegius Deremy
?-?
811 Arsinda Deremy
?-?
Bivin Of-Gorze
810-863
837 Richildis Of-Gorze
819-?
King-Louis-Ii Of-Italy
820-875
851 Engleberfa Parma
830-901
A41
Youngest: 830 Youngest: 830
Oldest: 805 end end end Oldest: 805
A40
870: The Danes, led by Ivar the Boneless and King Olaf of the Dublin Vikings, besiege Dumbarton
in Scotland, the capital of King Artgal of Stratchlyde. After a siege of four months, the citadel
is captured and destroyed.
Count-Raimond Of-Arles
805-863
835 Bertha Deremy
814-883
Ermengol Dealby
?-?
831 Unknown-Wife
?-?
King-Boso Of-Provence
850-887
876 Princess-Ermengard Of-Italy
851-897
Leo-Vi Emperor-Of-Byzantium
866-912
887 Zoe Tzautzian
870-899
A40
Youngest: 870 Youngest: 870
Oldest: 835 end end end Oldest: 835
A39
889: Guy III, duke of Spoleto, defeats the Lombard king Berengar I at the Trebbia River, and is
acclaimed as king of Italy at an assembly in Pavia. After confirming some privileges to the Catholic
Church, he is crowned with the Iron Crown of Lombardy, by Pope Stephen V.[1] Berengar is forced
to retreat to Verona; Guy does not pursue him into Friuli, because of the (possible) wrath of King
Arnulf of Carinthia.
Count-Eudes Of-Arles
843-919
865 Garsinde Dealby
835-878
Wilfred-Ii Of-Barcelona
?-911
885 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Louis The-Blind Of-Vienne
880-928
907 Anna Of-Byzantium
889-?
Viscount-Of-Troye Garnier
?-?
888 Teutberga D'Arles
?-?
A39
Youngest: 889 Youngest: 889
Oldest: 875 Oldest: 875
A38
909: King Edward the Elder and his sister, Princess AEthelfaed of Mercia, raid Danish East Anglia
and bring back the relics of St. Oswald in triumph. AEthelfaed translates them to the new minster
in Gloucester, which is renamed St. Oswald's Priory in his honour.
Count-Raimond-Ii Of-Arles
875-924
917 Guidenilde Of-Arles
897-?
Charles Constantine Of-Vienne
909-962
928 JaneDoe Teutberge
890-960
A38
Youngest: 909 Youngest: 909
Oldest: 921 Oldest: 921
A37
929: Guy (the Philosopher) of Tuscany, second husband (third lover) of the Roman noblewoman Marozia,
dies. He is succeeded by his brother Lambert as margrave of Tuscany.
Count-Boso OfArles
921-960
946 Constance Viennois
929-?
A37
Youngest: 929 Youngest: 929
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672: In Constatinople, Greek Fire (an incendiary weapon probably based on petroleum or naphtha)
is used.
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The Boso/Veinnois Family


MapFileName: A43-37BosoConstance
Number of Couples: 22