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 AB AC AD AE
Oldest: 555 end end
A48
546: Dec 17 Gothic War (535-554): The Ostrogoths of King Totila conquer Rome by bribing the Byzantine
garrison
Charibert Count-Of-Neustria
555-636
577 Wulfgurd-Of-Paris
?-?
Youngest: 555
Oldest: 555 end end end
A47
550: Jan 16 Gothic War (535-552): The Ostrogoths, under King Totila, conquer Rome after a long siege,
by bribing the Isaurian garrison
Chrodobertus-I Count-Of-Neustria
580-630
602 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Autharis DeLombardie
555-?
577 Aida DeLombardie
555-?
Youngest: 580
Oldest: 580
A46
573: Aug 20 Gregory of Tours selected bishop of Tours
Lambert Count-Of-Neustria
605-650
620 JaneDoe DeLombardie
580-?
Youngest: 605
Oldest: 620
A45
622: Sep 20 Islamic Prophet Muhammed/Abu Bakr arrives in Jathrib (Medina)
Chrodobertus-Ii Count-Of-Neustria
620-680
680 Doda Poitiers Countess-of-Neustria
649-678
Youngest: 649
Oldest: 686 end
A44
686: Waratton, mayor of the palace of Neustria and Burgundy, dies and is succeeded by his son-in-law
Berthar. He advises King Theuderic III to break the peace treaty with Pepin of Heristal, and declares
war on Austrasia.
Lambert-Ii Count-Of-Neustria
686-?
685 Chrotlind-Of-The-Franks
?-?
Youngest: 686
Oldest: 708 end
A43
710: Lupus-I, duke of Gascony, is assassinated in his attempt to seize Limoges (France). Eudes becomes
ruler over both Gascony and Aquitaine
Rutpert-I Count-Of-Wormgau
710-?
733 Wiliswint
708-768
Youngest: 710
Oldest: 726 end end end end end
A42
740: King AEthelheard of Wessex dies after a 14-year reign. He is succeeded by his brother (and
probably distant relative) Cuthred.AEthelbald of Mercia takes control of Berkshire from Wessex.
Thuringbert Count-Of-Wormgau
740-?
768 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Geroud-I Count-Of-Swabia-and-Vinzgau
726-780
751 Emma Duchess-Of-Swabia
736-799
Rudolf-iii Of-France
735-805
761 Aeda VanBeieren
?-809
Youngest: 740
Oldest: 743 end end
A41
782: Charlemagne summons Alcuin, Anglo-Saxon missionary, to Aachen, and appoints him as chief adviser
on religious and educational matters. He becomes the leading scholar and teacher at the Carolingian
court.
Rutpert-Ii Count-Of-Wormgau
775-?
801 Theoderata
782-?
Charlemagne King-Of-France
747-813
772 Hildegarde-Of-Swabia Empress-Of-The-Holy-Roman-Empire
758-783
King-Charlemagne Of-France
747-813
760 Himiltrude
743-770
Charlemagne King-Of-France
747-813
784 Fastada
765-794
Youngest: 782
Oldest: 804
A40
804: The Gymnasium Carolinum in Osnabruck is founded by Charlemagne (the oldest school in Germany).
Rupert-Iii Count-Of-Wormgau
804-834
820 Waldrada-Of-Orleans Countess-Of-Wormgau
804-834
Youngest: 804
Oldest: 820
A39
829: Emperor Louis the Pious appoints his 6-year-old son Charles (by his second wife Judith) as
ruler of the Frankish subkingdom Alamannia, enraging his eldest son and co-emperor Lothair I, who
begins an insurrection.
Rupert-iv The-Strong Of-Neustria
820-866
864 Aelis Countess-Of-Tours Princess-Of-The-Holy-Roman-Empire
829-866
Youngest: 829
Oldest: 866
A38
870: Charles the Bald marries Richilde of Provence, after the death of his first wife, Ermentrude
of Orleans. He intends to secure his rule in Lotharingia through the powerful Bosonid family and
the connection to Teutberga, widow-queen of Lothair-II.
Robert-I DeMarvois King-Of-France
866-923
889 Beatrice DeVermandois Queen-Of-France
870-931
Youngest: 870
Oldest: 884
A37
887: In an assembly at Pavia (Northern Italy), the lords of Lombardia elect Berengar I, a grandson
of former emperor Louis the Pious (through his daughter Gisela), as king of Italy. He is crowned
with the Iron Crown of Lombardy. After the deposition of Charles the Fat, the nobility chooses Ranulf
II as duke (or 'king') of Aquitaine.
Hebert-ii Count-Of-Troyes DeVermandois
884-942
905 Hildebrante Princess-Of-France
887-931
Youngest: 887
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810: In an attempt to discover an elixir of immortality, Chinese alchemists of the Tang Dynasty
stumbles upon gunpowder.

The DeVermandois/DeMarvois Family


MapFileName: A48-37DeVermandoisDeMarvois
Number of Couples: 18