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3630bc: In China, silk garments are first produced.
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Oldest: 600 end end end Oldest: 600
A52
614: King Chlothar II promulgates the Edict of Paris (Edictum Chlotacharii), a sort of Frankish
Magna Carta that defends the rights of the Frankish nobles and the church, and regulates the appointment
of counts (secular officials in charge of law courts, collecting taxes, and assembling contingents
for the army), while it excludes Jews from all civil employment in the Frankish Kingdom.
Count-Walechise DeVerdun
614-?
644 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Count-Chruodbert-I Of-Neustria
600-630
619 Wulfgard Of-Paris
600-636
A52
Youngest: 614 Youngest: 614
Oldest: 620 end Oldest: 620
A51
649: In Japan, Emperor Kotoku has Soga no Kurayamada accused of treason. He strangles him himself
at the temple of Yamada-dera. Other relatives of the Soga clan are captured and executed
Duke-Eudes-I Of-Aquitaine
?-713
675 Waltrude D-Orleans
649-680
Count-Lambert-I Of-Burgundy
620-650
657 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A51
Youngest: 649 Youngest: 649
Oldest: 670 end end Oldest: 670
A50
679: King Dagobert-II is murdered in a hunting accident, near Stenay-sur-Meuse (Ardennes), probably
on orders from Pepin of Herstal, the mayor of the palace of Austrasia.[2] He is succeeded by Theuderic
III, who becomes sole ruler of the Frankish Kingdom.
Adalbert D'Alsace
675-741
703 Gerlinde Austrassia
679-708
Alard The-Seneschal
670-?
703 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A50
Youngest: 679 Youngest: 679
Oldest: 700 end end end Oldest: 700
A49
719: Frisian-Frankish War: Charles Martel defeats Redbad, King of the Frisians. He easily invades
Frisia (modern Netherlands) and subjugates the territory. Charles also crosses the Rhine and annexes
"farther" Frisia, to the banks of the River Vlie.
Thibaud D'Artois
703-770
719 Lady-JaneDoe D'Artois
700-?
Count-Luitfried-I D'Alsace
707-?
737 Edith D'Alsace
719-?
Count-Mainer King-Of-The-Francs
713-754
740 JaneDoe Allard
715-?
A49
Youngest: 719 Youngest: 719
Oldest: 720 end Oldest: 720
A48
745: Carantania (modern Austria) loses its independence and becomes part of the Frankish Kingdom,
due to the pressing danger posed by Avar tribes from the east.
Adalric D'Artois
720-780
739 JaneDoe DePevele
720-?
Count-Gerard-I Of-Paris
740-779
763 Countess Rotrou Of-Austrasia
745-773
A48
Youngest: 745 Youngest: 745
Oldest: 740 end Oldest: 740
A47
768: Fruela I (the Cruel), the King of Asturias, is assassinated in Cangas, his capital, after he
murders his brother Vimerano. Fruela is succeeded by his cousin Aurelius, who is chosen by the nobility.
Berengar D'Artois
740-779
780 Engeltrude D'Orleans
765-855
Beggo Van-Toulouse
765-816
793 Adeltrude Van-Toulouse
768-?
A47
Youngest: 768 Youngest: 768
Oldest: 780 Oldest: 780
A46
784: Abd al-Rahman I, Muslim emir of Cordoba (Al-Andalus), begins the construction of the Prayer
Hall of the Great Mosque of Cordoba. He uses the mosque (originally called Aljama Mosque) as an
adjunct to his palace, and names it in honour of his wife.
Umruoc DeTernois DeFriuli
780-853
799 Engeltrude DeParis
784-855
A46
Youngest: 784 Youngest: 784
Oldest: 780 end end end end end Oldest: 780
A45
819: Emperor Louis-I marries Judith of Bavaria in Aachen. She becomes his second wife and Empress
of the Franks. Like many of the royal marriages of the time, Judith is selected through a bridal
show.
Ulrich-I Graf Von-Thurgau
802-850
831 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Duke-Eberhard Van-Friuli
815-866
837 Gisela Of-The-Carolingians
819-874
Bruno Of-East-Saxony
?-?
801 Gisla VonVerda
?-?
Billung Of-Saxony
780-?
806 Aeda Of-Saxony
784-?
A45
Youngest: 819 Youngest: 819
Oldest: 806 Oldest: 806
A44
839: Third Civil War: King Louis the German, grandson of Charlemagne, invades Swabia. His nephew,
Pepin II of Aquitaine, and his Gascon subjects, conquer territory all the way to the Loire.
Count Adalbert-Ii Von-Rathien
839-890
854 Judith DeFriuli
838-870
Liudolf Count-Of-Eastphalia
806-866
833 Oda Of-Saxony
810-?
A44
Youngest: 839 Youngest: 839
Oldest: 845 Oldest: 845
A43
856: AEthelwulf returns to Wessex to face a revolt by his eldest son AEthelbald, who usurps the
throne. AEthelwulf agrees to give up the western part of his kingdom, in order to avoid a civil
war. He keeps control over Sussex, Surrey, Essex and Kent, over which Prince AEthelberht has presided.
Burchard-I Duke-Of-Swabia
855-911
879 Liutgard Of-Saxony
845-885
A43
Youngest: 855 Youngest: 855
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300bc: In Greece, the Archimedes-screw is first used.
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The Burchard/Liutgard Family


MapFileName: A52-43BurchardLiutgard
Number of Couples: 21