Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 648 end end Oldest: 648
A49
648: May 13 Eligius (Saint Eloy) becomes bishop of Doornik-Noyon
Ferchar Fota
648-?
667 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A49
Youngest: 648 Youngest: 648
Oldest: 635 end end end Oldest: 635
A48
641: Jun 9 Arabic/Islamic army contrasts with the Hippo over Alexandria
Domangart-Ii Dongart
635-673
659 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Selbach
668-730
687 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Eochaid-Ii King-Of-Dalriada
660-697
691 Spondana Pictish-Princess
665-?
A48
Youngest: 668 Youngest: 668
Oldest: 665 end Oldest: 665
A47
695: Childebert III succeeds Clovis IV as sole king of the Franks. He is the son of Theuderic III
and becomes a puppet(le roi faineant) of Pepin of Herstal, mayor of the palace of Austrasia.
Eochaidh-Ii Crooked-Nose
665-697
691 Spondana
670-?
Feredach Wroid
690-?
717 Fland-Of-Dalriada
695-?
A47
Youngest: 695 Youngest: 695
Oldest: 688 end Oldest: 688
A46
688: King AEthelred of Mercia establishes Mercian dominance over most of Southern England. He installs
Oswine, minor member of the Kentish royal family (second cousin of king Eadric), as king of Kent.
Prince Swaefheard of Essex is given West Kent.
Eochaidh-Iii
688-733
743 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A46
Youngest: 688 Youngest: 688
Oldest: 718 end Oldest: 718
A45
725: Charles Martel invades Bavaria and kills Duke Grimoald in battle. His son Hugbert submits to
Frankish suzerainty, and Charles brings back the Agilolfing princess Swanachild, who becomes his
concubine (later his wife).
Aedh Find The-White
718-778
743 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Fergus King-Of-Dalriada
722-781
751 JaneDoe Feredach
725-?
A45
Youngest: 725 Youngest: 725
Oldest: 747 Oldest: 747
A44
755: Empress Koken introduces the Tanabata festival to Japan.
Eochaid-Iv King-Of-Scotland
747-819
778 Fereguisiana Princess-Of-Dalriada
755-?
A44
Youngest: 755 Youngest: 755
Oldest: 778 end Oldest: 778
A43
779: Saxon Wars: King Charlemagne assembles a Frankish army at Duren, crosses the Rhine at the modern
town of Wesel, and defeats the Saxons in battle near Bocholt (North Rhine-Westphalia). All the main
Westphalian leaders are captured, except Widukind.
Alpin King-Of-Scotland
778-834
805 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A43
Youngest: 778 Youngest: 778
Oldest: 810 end Oldest: 810
A42
810: King Godfred of the Danes leads 200 Viking ships to plunder the Frisian coast, and forces the
merchants to pay 100 pounds of silver. He claims Northern Frisia as Danish territory.
Kenneth-I Macalpin King-Of-Scotland
810-859
833 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A42
Youngest: 810 Youngest: 810
Oldest: 836 end Oldest: 836
A41
836: Pactum Sicardi: Prince Sicard of Benevento signs a 5-year armistice with the duchies of Sorrento,
Naples and Amalfi. He recognizes the trade of merchants among the three cities in Southern Italy.
Constantine-I King-Of-Scotland
836-877
859 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A41
Youngest: 836 Youngest: 836
Oldest: 862 end Oldest: 862
A40
862: King Lothair-Ii of Lotharingia tries to divorce his wife Teutberga, on trumped-up charges of
incest. With the support of his brother, Louis II, the bishops give him permission to remarry during
a synod at Aachen.
Donald-Ii Dasachtach King-Of-Scotland
862-900
894 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A40
Youngest: 862 Youngest: 862
Oldest: 897 end Oldest: 897
A39
897: King Lambert II travels to Rome with his mother, Queen Ageltrude and brother Guy IV, Lombard
duke of Spoleto, to meet Pope Stephen VI to receive reconfirmation of his imperial title. Guy is
murdered on the Tiber by agents of Alberic I, a Frankish nobleman with political interests. He seizes
Spoleto (possibly at the instigation of King Berengar I) and sets himself up as duke.
Malcolm-I King-Of-Scotland
897-954
925 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A39
Youngest: 897 Youngest: 897
Oldest: 927 Oldest: 927
A38
927: The Bulgarian Orthodox Church is recognised as autocephalous (independent of external authority),
by the Patriarchate of Constantinople.
Kenneth-Ii King-Of-Scotland
927-995
949 Princess-Of-Leinster
?-?
A38
Youngest: 927 Youngest: 927
Oldest: 954 end Oldest: 954
A37
955: King Eadred (or Edred) dies childless after a 9-year reign at Frome (Somerset). He is succeeded
by his 15-year-old nephew, Eadwig, as King of England.
Malcolm-Ii King-Of-Scotland
954-1034
980 Edith Of-Scotland Sigurdsdottir
955-?
A37
Youngest: 955 Youngest: 955
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840: In Syria, algebra is first used.
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The Malcolm Family


MapFileName: A49-37MalcolmEdith
Number of Couples: 17