Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U
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2000bc: In Sumer Mesopotamia, a musical notation system is invented.
Oldest: 742 end end end
A46
760: Battle of Hereford: The Welsh kingdoms of Brycheiniog, Gwent and Powys defeat the Mercians
under King Offa at Hereford. They free themselves from the influence of the Anglo-Saxons.
Guy DeNantes
745-814
763 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Guillaume Of-Toulouse
755-793
771 Kunigunde Gellone
760-?
Charlemagne
742-814
761 Himiltrude VonRhineland
746-?
Youngest: 760
Oldest: 750
A45
781: King Charlemagne has his son Carloman (renamed Pepin) anointed "King of Italy", and he is crowned
by Pope Adrian-I with the Iron Crown of Lombardy. His younger brother Charles-I is anointed king
of Aquitaine, and Louis the Pious (only 3-years old) is appointed sub-king of Italy and Aquitaine.
Lambert-I DeNantes
765-834
782 Therese DiSpoleto DeGondres
753-844
Pepin-I Carloman
781-810
793 Bertha Of-Toulouse
777-810
Begue DeParis
750-816
781 Aupais VonAachen
762-855
Youngest: 781
Oldest: 740 end end
A44
794: Queen Fastrada, third wife of Charlemagne, dies in Frankfurt after 11 years of marriage. Charlemagne
consoles himself with Luitgard, an Alemannian noblewoman, whom he marries and moves into his new
palace at Aachen (Germany). Luitgard shares Charlemagne's interest in the liberal arts.
Luitfried-Ii D'Alsace
740-780
763 Hiltrude D'Alsace
744-?
Lambert-Ii DeNantes
783-852
808 Theodrate DeFrance
794-836
Comte-Leutand-I DeParis
785-?
804 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 794
Oldest: 765 end
A43
808: King Godfred of the Danes forms an alliance with the Wiltzi and other Wendic tribes, against
the pagan but pro-Frankish Abodrites.[1] Godfred builds earthworks (Danevirke) across the isthmus
of Schleswig-Holstein, separating Jutland from the northern extent of the Frankish Empire.
Hughes-Ii D'Alsace
765-836
796 Bava D'Alsace
780-860
Comte-Warner DeNantes
808-852
822 JaneDoe DeParis
808-?
Youngest: 808
Oldest: 798 end end
A42
823: Emperor Michael-II defeats the rebel forces under Thomas the Slav in Thrace. He and his supporters
are forced to seek refuge in Arkadiopolis (modern Turkey). After five months of blockade, Thomas
surrenders and is delivered to Michael, seated on a donkey and bound in chains. He pleads for clemency
and prostrates before Michael, but is executed.
Hugues-Iii D'Alsace
798-853
817 Bava DeFrance
806-860
JohnDoe DeAmboise
810-?
835 JaneDoe DeNantes
823-?
Youngest: 823
Oldest: 795 end
A41
838: Battle of Hingston Down: The West Saxons, led by King Egbert of Wessex, defeat a combined force
of Cornish and Danish Vikings, at Hingston Down in Cornwall.
Girard DeMorvois
795-866
815 Eve DeTours
800-?
Geoffrey DeGastinois
820-?
853 JaneDoe DeAmboise
838-?
Youngest: 838
Oldest: 845
A40
856: King AEthelwulf of Wessex marries the 12- or 13-year-old Judith, daughter of Charles the Bald,
at Verberie (Northern France). She is crowned queen and anointed by Hincmar, archbishop of Reims.
The marriage is a diplomatic alliance between Wessex and the West Frankish Kingdom.
Hucbald D'Ostervant
845-895
873 Heilwig DeFriuli
855-896
Ermenfroi D'Amiens
845-?
877 Adelaide DeGastinois
854-?
Youngest: 855
Oldest: 875
A39
880: Battle of Fjaler: King Harald Fairhair moves east along the Norwegian coast with his fleet.
He defeats his rival Atle Mjove at Fjaler in Sunnfjord, and lands with his longships at Tonsberg.
Raoul-I DeValois DeVexin
875-926
897 Eldegarde D'Amiens
880-955
Youngest: 880
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275: In Asia Minor at Hierapolis, the first crank-and-connecting-rod sawmill begins operation.

The DeVexin/d'Amiens Family


MapFileName: A46-39RaoulEldegarde
Number of Couples: 18