Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o <- Column Identifiers
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600bc: In Egypt, the first lighthouse is built.
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Oldest: 715 end end end Oldest: 715
A44
710: Oct 27 Saracens invade Sardinia
Robert VanSaksen
715-790
734 Frenkin VanSaksen
720-?
Theutbold-Ii Herzog
722-779
739 Unknown-Wife
?-?
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Youngest: 722 Youngest: 722
Oldest: 735 end end Oldest: 735
A43
754: Apr 14 Pact of Quierzy: between Pope Stephen II, III & Pippin the Korte
Reginbert VanSaksen
735-826
751 Baba VanThuringen
740-?
Lantfried-Ii VonAlemannien
742-774
761 Ida D'Alemamie
740-?
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Youngest: 742 Youngest: 742
Oldest: 755 Oldest: 755
A42
754: Jun 5 Friezen murders bishop Boniface & over 50 companions
Eckbert-Ii VonMerseburg
755-819
785 Ida VonAlemannien
763-838
A42
Youngest: 763 Youngest: 763
Oldest: 775 end end Oldest: 775
A41
790: Alcuin, Anglo-Saxon missionary, returns (after an 8-year absence) to England. During his stay
at the Carolingian court of King Charlemagne in Aachen, he has educated his sons Charles, Pepin
and Louis. Alcuin revises the church liturgy and the Bible, and is responsible for an intellectual
movement within the Frankish Kingdom.
Billung Von-Sachsen
780-850
813 Ode Von-Merseburg
790-?
Lambert-I DeNantes
775-836
793 Unknown-Wife
?-?
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Youngest: 790 Youngest: 790
Oldest: 795 end end Oldest: 795
A40
816: King Louis the Pious (son of Charlemagne) is crowned emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, by Pope
Stephen IV at Reims. He also crowns the emperor's wife Ermengarde as Holy Roman Empress.
Graf-Ludolf Billung
816-874
837 Oda Von-Bayern
810-?
Lambert-Ii DeNantes
795-852
831 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A40
Youngest: 816 Youngest: 816
Oldest: 836 end end Oldest: 836
A39
840: Emperor Louis the Pious falls ill and dies at his hunting lodge, on an island in the Rhine,
near his imperial palace at Ingelheim, while suppressing a revolt. His eldest son Lothair I succeeds
him as Holy Roman Emperor, and tries to seize all the territories of the late Charlemagne. The 17-year-old
Charles the Bald becomes king of the Franks, and joins the fight with his half-brother Louis the
German in resisting Lothair.
Il Billung
840-888
867 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Lambert-Iii DeNantes
837-1862
857 Rothtrude DeItalia
836-882
A39
Youngest: 840 Youngest: 840
Oldest: 836 end end end end Oldest: 836
A38
870: The Danes, led by Halfdan Ragnarsson and Bagsecg, invade Wessex and take the royal estate at
Reading (Berkshire), which Halfdan makes his headquarters. A naval Viking contingent sails up the
Thames River.
Bruno-Iii Billung
870-917
894 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Witbert DeNantes
860-?
897 Adeltrude DeNantes
870-900
Lothar VonStade
836-880
871 Oda Walbeck
849-874
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Youngest: 870 Youngest: 870
Oldest: 874 end end Oldest: 874
A37
900: Baldwin II, Count of Flanders has Fulk the Venerable, bishop of Reims, assassinated.
Gerard-Ii Im-Metzgau
875-910
910 Oda of Metzgau
875-952
Billung-Iv Stubenskorn
900-967
919 Ermengarde DeNantes
900-950
Lothar-I Walbeck
874-929
909 Schwanhilde Hamaland
875-935
A37
Youngest: 900 Youngest: 900
Oldest: 900 end end end Oldest: 900
A36
921: King Henry I (the Fowler) defeats his rival Arnulf I (the Bad), duke of Bavaria, in two campaigns.
Arnulf is besieged at Regensburg and forced to accept peace negotiations, recognising Henry as sole
sovereign of the East Frankish Kingdom (Germany).
Gozelo Von-Bidgau
900-943
929 Uda Im-Metzgau
911-963
Hermann-I VonSachsen-billung
921-973
939 Hildegard VonWesterburg
920-1009
King-Louis-Iv Of-France
920-954
940 Gerberga DeFrance
913-969
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Youngest: 921 Youngest: 921
Oldest: 930 end Oldest: 930
A35
959: Bruno I, archbishop and duke (archduke) of Lotharingia resigns. His brother, King Otto I divides
the duchy in two parts - Upper Lorraine and Lower Lorraine. He appoints Frederick I and Godfrey
I as margraves (vice-duke).
Godefroi DeVerdun
930-1005
963 Mathilde Sachsen-billung
942-1008
Duke-Charles Of-Lotharingia
953-991
975 Adelais DeVermandois
959-1044
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Youngest: 959 Youngest: 959
Oldest: 967 Oldest: 967
A34
978: King Edward II (the Martyr) is murdered at Corfe Castle (Dorsetshire) upon the orders of his
step-mother AElfthryth (or Elfrida). He is succeeded by his half-brother Ethelred II (the Unready)
who becomes king of England. During his reign AEthelred tries to keep his realm from being overrun
by Danish Viking invaders.
Gothelo-I DeLorraine
967-1044
995 Ermengarde DeLorraine
978-1019
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Youngest: 978 Youngest: 978
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1048: In East Asia, the Bessemer process (which removes impurities from molton pig-iron) is first
used.
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The DeLorraine/Lotharingia Family


MapFileName: A44-34GeoffreyErmengarde
Number of Couples: 23