Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q
Oldest: 680 end end
A51
684: Emperor Tenmu institutes eight titles of eight classes (Yakusa-no-kabane) in Japan. A great
earthquake strikes Japan. The people, houses, temples, shrines and domestic animals are greatly
damaged.
Ingild Saxon Prince-Of-Wessex
680-718
704 JaneDoe Saxon
684-?
Youngest: 684
Oldest: 680 end end end
A50
710: The Byzantine outpost of Cherson (Crimea) rebels (with Khazar assistance) against Emperor Justinian
II. He sends a fleet under the patrikios Stephen, which retakes the city and restores Byzantine
control. The fleet, however, is struck by a storm on its way back and loses many ships, while the
Chersonites, again with the aid of the Khazars, rebel anew.
Eoppa Saxon King-Of-Wessex
706-?
731 JaneDoe Saxon Queen-Of-Wessex
710-?
Bernarius DeAutun Count-Of-Septimania
680-?
703 Chrodalinde D'Austrasia
685-?
Youngest: 710
Oldest: 700 end end
A49
736: Charles Martel, Merovingian mayor of the palace, forms local alliances with the Burgundians,
and imposes Frankish domination on Provence. He defeats Muslim forces at Sernhac and Beaucaire in
Septimania (Southern France).
Eaba Saxon
732-?
757 JaneDoe Saxon Queen-Of-Wessex
736-?
Theoderich DeAutun King-Of-Septimania
705-742
729 Rolande DeToulouse
700-?
Youngest: 736
Oldest: 730 end
A48
760: Offa's Dyke is constructed, a 150-mile-long (240 km) earthwork which marks the current border
with the Welsh kingdoms, between England and Wales.
Ealhmund Saxon
758-788
773 JaneDoe Saxon Under-Queen-Of-Kent
760-?
Thierry DeAutun
730-?
766 Aude Aldane
732-?
Youngest: 760
Oldest: 775 end end
A47
788: Battle of Kopidnadon: An Abbasid expeditionary force crosses the Cilician Gates into the Anatolic
Theme (modern Turkey).[1] It is confronted by two Byzantine armies at Podandos in Cappadocia, who
are defeated.
Egbert Saxon
775-839
805 Redburg Autun Queen-Of-Wessex
788-?
Oslac Saxon Cup-Bearer-To-The-King
785-?
807 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 788
Oldest: 806
A46
810: The Venetian dukes change sides again, submitting to King Pepin, under the authority of his
father Charlemagne, who then proceeds to take Venice.
Aethelwulf Saxon King-Of-England
806-858
830 Osburgh Saxon Queen-Of-Wessex
810-849
Youngest: 810
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515bc: In Greece, the first crane is used.

The Saxon/Saxon Family


MapFileName: A51-46SaxonSaxon
Number of Couples: 10