Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 800 end end Oldest: 800
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804: Emperor Charlemagne finishes the conquest of Saxony. The Carolingian administration in the
north is restored and the diocese of Bremen is re-established.[3] Venice, torn by infighting, switches
allegiance from Constantinople to King Pepin of Italy, son of Charlemagne.
Udo VonNieder-lahngau
800-828
823 JaneDoe VonNieder-lahngau
804-?
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Youngest: 804 Youngest: 804
Oldest: 824 end end end end end Oldest: 824
A42
889: Arnulf of Carinthia has his illegitimate son Zwentibold recognized, as heir of the East Frankish
Kingdom. He supports the claim of Louis the Blind as king of Provence, after receiving a personal
appeal from Louis's mother, Ermengard, who comes to see Arnulf at Forchheim (Northern Bavaria).[3]
Arnulf grants the town of Osnabruck trade and coinage privileges.
Gebhard VonNieder-lahngau
824-879
851 Wildrut Nieder-lahngau
828-?
Otto Von-Eriauchten
840-?
873 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Thodoric Of-Reingelheim
868-?
888 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Burchard-Ii Of-Swabia
883-926
906 Reginlinde DeNullenburg
889-929
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Youngest: 889 Youngest: 889
Oldest: 860 end end Oldest: 860
A41
907: Lady AEthelflaed of Mercia refortifies Chester against Viking attacks. King Edward the Elder
founds Romsey Abbey (Hampshire).
Gebhard Count-Of-Wetterau
860-910
883 Adele DeVermandois
860-941
Henry-I Emperor-Of-Germany
876-936
910 Mathilda Countess-Von-Ringelheim
892-968
Rudolph-Ii King-Of-Burgundy
902-937
925 Bertha Von-Swabia Queen-Of-Burgundy
907-967
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Youngest: 907 Youngest: 907
Oldest: 885 Oldest: 885
A40
927: King AEthelstan of Wessex claims his kingdom and receives the submission of High-Reeve Ealdred
I of Bamburgh and probably also of Owain ap Dyfnwal, King of Strathclyde, at Eamont Bridge. He unifies
the various small kingdoms of the Anglo-Saxon Heptarchy, creating the Kingdom of England, and also
secures a pledge from King Constantine II of Scotland, that he will not ally with the Viking kings.
Udo Count-Of-Wetterau
885-949
915 Cunigundis DeVermandois
887-943
Otto-I Emperor-Of-The-HRE
912-973
930 Adelheid Burgundy
927-1000
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Youngest: 927 Youngest: 927
Oldest: 920 end Oldest: 920
A39
943: King Edmund I ravages Strathclyde and defeats the Scottish king Constantine II, who has reigned
as king of Alba since 900. Constantine, ruler of the 'Picts and Scots', abdicates to enter a monastery
and yields control of his realm to his cousin Malcolm I.
Conrad-I Duke-Of-Swabia
920-997
953 Richlind Princess-Of-The-HRE
?-1007
Conrad-I Of-Burgundy
925-993
964 Matilde Carolingian Of-The-Francs
943-
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Youngest: 943 Youngest: 943
Oldest: 930 end end Oldest: 930
A38
965: Boleslaus I (the Cruel), duke of Bohemia, expands his territory into the Polish territories
of Upper Silesia and Lesser Poland. By occupying the city of Krakow, he controls important trade
routes from Prague to Kiev and Lviv. Prince Mieszko I of Poland makes an alliance with Boleslaus
and marries his daughter Dobrawa.
Ekbert Von-Ambergau
930-994
951 Frederuna Von-Ambergau
934-?
Hermann-Ii Duke-Of-Swabia
965-1003
984 Gerberga Burgundy
965-1020
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Youngest: 965 Youngest: 965
Oldest: 960 Oldest: 960
A37
985: Lady Wulfrun, an Anglo-Saxon noblewoman, is granted land by King AEthelred II (the Unready).
She founds Heantune that later becomes the city of Wolverhampton in the West Midlands.
Bruno-Of-Brunswick
960-1013
1002 Gisele Duchess-Of-Swabia
985-1043
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Youngest: 985 Youngest: 985
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680: In the Tang Dynasty of China, to avoid the heavy bulk of copper coinage, the bank note is first
used.
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The Brunswick/Swabia Family


MapFileName: A43-37BrunoGisele
Number of Couples: 15