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 <- Column Identifiers
A52
3000bc: In Iraq, cuniform writing appears.
A52
Oldest: 605 end Oldest: 605
A51
620: The Angles under King Edwin of Northumbria invade Rheged ("Old North") in Northern England,
and expel King Llywarch Hen. He flees to Powys, and becomes a famous bard. Edwin's armies fight
against Gododdin and Strathclyde.
Bodilon DeTreves
615-644
650 Sigrada DeTreves
605-678
Clodoule Bishop-Of-Metz
620-690
647 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A51
Youngest: 620 Youngest: 620
Oldest: 650 Oldest: 650
A50
650: King Oswiu of Bernicia seeks Irish support against the forces of Penda. While in Ireland he
has a liaison with Fin, the granddaughter of King Colman Rimid Ui Neill.
Guerin Count-Of-Poiters
650-677
665 Kunza Von-Metz
650-?
A50
Youngest: 650 Youngest: 650
Oldest: 665 end Oldest: 665
A49
665: Muslim Conquest: An Arab army (40,000 men) advances through the desert and captures the Byzantine
city of Barca (Libya)
Lambert Count-Of-Hesbaye
665-?
693 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A49
Youngest: 665 Youngest: 665
Oldest: 698 end Oldest: 698
A48
698: Arab forces under Hasan ibn al-Nu'man capture Carthage, ending Byzantine rule in North Africa.
The defeated Byzantine fleet revolts and proclaims Tiberios III, who deposes Leontios after a brief
siege of Constantinople, Byzantine Emperor.
Sigrande Count-Of-Hesbaye
698-?
718 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A48
Youngest: 698 Youngest: 698
Oldest: 720 end end end Oldest: 720
A47
720: King Ine of Wessex builds a stone church at Glastonbury Abbey in Somerset.
Gunderland Count-Of-Hesbaye
720-778
745 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Ceowulf King-Of-Mercia
?-823
790 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A47
Youngest: 720 Youngest: 720
Oldest: 750 end end Oldest: 750
A46
792: The Westphalians rise up against the Saxons, in response to a forcible recruitment for wars
against the Avars. However, Pepin, sub-king of Northern Italy and son of King Charlemagne, continues
the war, and wins considerable booty from the Avars.
Ingerman Count-Of-Hesbaye
750-?
775 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Wigmund Mercia
792-?
825 Elfleda Mercia
792-?
A46
Youngest: 792 Youngest: 792
Oldest: 760 end end end Oldest: 760
A45
830: 16-year-old Emperor Theophilos marries the Armenian noblewoman Theodora, in the Hagia Sophia
at Constantinople. He chooses her during a representation of a bride-show; she becomes empress (Augusta)
of the Byzantine Empire.
Louis-I The-Pious Emperor-Of-The-HRE
778-840
799 Ermengarde Princess-Of-Hesbania
780-818
Gauzelin Duke-Of-Neustria
760-839
885 Aldetrude Of-France
760-?
Aetheired Mucil Ealdorman
825-866
844 Eadburga Mercia
830-?
A45
Youngest: 830 Youngest: 830
Oldest: 790 end end end Oldest: 790
A44
844: Louis-Ii, eldest son of Emperor Lothair I, is crowned king at Rome by Pope Sergius II, and
becomes co-ruler of Middle Francia, and over Lombardy, Friuli, and Tuscany in Italy.
Gerhard-I Count-Of-Auvergne
795-841
815 Rotrud-Matilda Hildegard Princess-Of-Aquitaine
800-841
Rorick-Ii DeMaine Count-Of-Maine
790-?
811 Bilichilde DeMaine
790-?
Aethelwulf Earldoran
844-903
863 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A44
Youngest: 844 Youngest: 844
Oldest: 815 end Oldest: 815
A43
863: Viking raiders again plunder Dorestad (modern Netherlands), a Frankish port on the mouth of
the river Rhine. It thereafter disappears from the chronicles.
Ranulf- Duke-Of-Aquitaine
815-866
845 Daughter-Of-Rodrick DeMaine
820-?
Alfred-The-Great Of-Wessex
849-901
872 Aethelswith-Of-Wessex Gaini
852-905
Aethelhelm Earldorman Wiltshire
862-898
881 Aethelgyth Mercia
864-?
A43
Youngest: 864 Youngest: 864
Oldest: 848 end Oldest: 848
A42
882: King Alfred the Great increases the size of his new navy, and sails out to attack four Viking
ships. Two of the ships are captured (before they surrender), and the other crews are killed.
Ranulf-Ii King-Of-Aquitaine
848-890
882 Irmgard
?-935
Edward-I King-Of-England
875-924
899 Aelflaeda Wiltshire Queen-Of-England
882-961
A42
Youngest: 882 Youngest: 882
Oldest: 883 Oldest: 883
A41
902: Battle of the Holme: The Anglo-Saxon army is defeated by the Danish Vikings under AEthelwold
(a son of AEthelred I) at Holme. AEthelwold is killed, ending his revolt against King Edward the
Elder.
Ebles Mancer Count-Of-Poitou
883-935
915 Princess-Emilane Aelgiva
902-?
A41
Youngest: 902 Youngest: 902
Oldest: 915 Oldest: 915
A40
917: Battle of Confey: The Norse Vikings under Sigtrygg Caech defeat and kill King Augaire mac Ailella
of Leinster in battle. Sigtrygg re-captures Dublin and establishes himself as king, while his kinsman
Ragnall ua imair returns to England to become King of Northumbria.
William-Iii DeAquitaine Duke-Of-Aquitaine
915-963
963 Adele Gerloc DeNormandie
917-962
A40
Youngest: 917 Youngest: 917
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65: Automatic doors are invented by Hero of Alexandria.
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The DeAquitaine/DeNormandie Family


MapFileName: A52-40DeAquitaineDeNormandie
Number of Couples: 22