Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 700 end end end end Oldest: 700
A47
720: Umayyad conquest of Gaul: Governor Al-Samh continues his campaign; he makes Narbonne the capital
city of Muslim Septimania (Southern France), and uses it as a base for razzias. King Ardo is killed,
and becomes the last ruler of the Visigothic kings of Hispania. Some Visigoths refuse to adopt the
Muslim faith, and flee north to Aquitaine. This marks the end of the Visigothic Kingdom.
Albo DeSens DeNeustria
720-?
735 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Count-Aubri DeBoise-I
700-?
735 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A47
Youngest: 720 Youngest: 720
Oldest: 735 end end Oldest: 735
A46
738: Charles Martel, Merovingian mayor of the palace, begins a campaign against the Saxons (in modern-day
Westphalia) on the northeast frontier. They are subdued and must pay him tribute.
Count-Mainier DeSens
735-800
753 Haudre DeMoselle
735-?
Count-Aubri DeBoise-Ii
738-?
754 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A46
Youngest: 738 Youngest: 738
Oldest: 750 end end Oldest: 750
A45
755: Abd al-Rahman I, a member of the Umayyad Dynasty, lands at Almunecar in al-Andalus (modern
Spain), where over the next years he will establish the Emirate of Cordoba.
Liderie DeFlanders
750-?
775 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Gainfroi OfMassgau
755-795
773 Theidindus DeBoise
755-?
A45
Youngest: 755 Youngest: 755
Oldest: 774 end end end Oldest: 774
A44
805: Siege of Patras: Local Slavic tribes of the Peloponnese lay siege to the city of Patras (modern
Greece), with aid from an Arab fleet. A Byzantine relief army under Skleros, military governor (strategos)
from Corinth, is sent and retakes the city. The captured Slavs in Patras are made slaves, and a
church is dedicated to St. Andrew.
Engleran DeFlanders
780-?
805 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Theudelinde DeSens
774-794
792 Louis the Pious
778-840
Louis the Pious
778-840
822 Judith Von-Altdorf
805-843
Odo Count-Of-Orleans
?-834
820 Engeltrude-Of-Paris
?-?
A44
Youngest: 805 Youngest: 805
Oldest: 810 end Oldest: 810
A43
823: Lothair I, eldest son of Emperor Louis I, is crowned co-emperor again by Pope Paschal I at
Rome (initiating the papal practice of handing the imperial sword over, as a symbol of temporal
power in the Holy Roman Empire).
Odoscar DeFlanders
810-864
836 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Charles-the-Bald Emperor
823-877
841 Ermentrude D'Orleans
823-869
A43
Youngest: 823 Youngest: 823
Oldest: 810 end end Oldest: 810
A42
844: King Charles the Bald struggles against the repeated rebellions in Aquitaine, and against the
Bretons in West Francia. He besieges Bernard-I at the Battle of Toulouse, while Duke Nominoe raids
into Maine, and plunders other Frankish territory.
Count Sunifred
810-848
835 Eresende DeBarcelona
814-?
Beaudoin-I
840-879
863 Princess-Judith Martel Queen-Of-England
844-870
A42
Youngest: 844 Youngest: 844
Oldest: 840 Oldest: 840
A41
865: King Louis the German divides the East Frankish Kingdom among his three sons. Carloman receives
Bavaria (with more lands along the Inn River). He gives Saxony to Louis the Younger (with Franconia,
and Thuringia) and Swabia (with Raetia) to Charles the Fat. Louis arranges marriages into the local
aristocracy, for his sons to hold important territories along the frontiers.
Count Wilfred
840-897
877 Gunidilda Wilfred Countes-Of-Flanders
865-?
A41
Youngest: 865 Youngest: 865
Oldest: 878 end end end end end end end end end Oldest: 878
A40
921: A diplomatic delegation is sent from Baghdad to establish trade routes between the Abbasid
Caliphate towards Bukhara (modern Uzbekistan). Ahmad ibn Fadlan, an Arab diplomat and traveller,
makes contact with Almis, the iItabar (vassal-king under the Khazars) of Volga Bulgaria, on behalf
of Caliph al-Muqtadir.
Hugh DeCalvacamp
890-?
935 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Ralph Malahuesson
895-?
927 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Count Sunifred Besalu
878-948
925 Richilde DeRouergue
882-954
Raimond Count-de-Toulouse
921-960
941 Garsinde DeGascony
920-972
Arnaud-1 Comminges
898-957
930 Arsinde Carcassonne
902-969
Oliba-Ii Of-Carcassonne
?-?
945 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A40
Youngest: 921 Youngest: 921
Oldest: 925 end end Oldest: 925
A39
952: King Constantine II dies at the monastery of St. Andrews (where he has been retired since 943).
His cousin and ruling monarch Malcolm I, fights a battle against the Northmen or the Norse-Gaels.
Ralph DeToeni
925-975
957 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Balso DeBayeux
930-?
961 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Count Borrell DeBarcelona
946-992
967 Luilgard DeToulouse
952-977
Roger-1 Comminges DeCarcasonne
935-1012
967 Adelaide Derouergue
949-1011
A39
Youngest: 952 Youngest: 952
Oldest: 970 Oldest: 970
A38
975: King Edgar I (the Peaceful) dies at Winchester after a 16-year reign. He is succeeded by his
12-year-old son Edward II (the Martyr) as ruler of England.
Ralph DeToeni
970-1018
989 Isabel DeBayeux
970-?
Raimond Borrell
972-1017
993 Ermensinda DeCarcassonne
975-?
A38
Youngest: 975 Youngest: 975
Oldest: 990 Oldest: 990
A37
995: King Eric VI (the Victorious) dies at Uppsala after a 25-year reign. He is succeeded by his
son Olof Skotkonung as the first baptized ruler of Sweden.
Roger D'espange-DeToeni
990-1038
1025 Godeheut DeBerengar
995-1077
A37
Youngest: 995 Youngest: 995
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690: In the Tang Dynasty of China, true porcelain is first manufactured.
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The DeToeni/Berengar Family


MapFileName: A47-37DeToeniDeBerengar
Number of Couples: 28