Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 450 end end Oldest: 450
A54
451: Apr 7 Attila's Huns plunder Metz
Theodon-I Duke-Of-Lower-Bavaria
450-511
469 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A54
Youngest: 450 Youngest: 450
Oldest: 470 end Oldest: 470
A53
473: Nov 17 The future Zeno I is named associate emperor by Emperor Leo I
Theodon-Ii Duke-Of-Lower-Bavaria
470-537
514 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A53
Youngest: 470 Youngest: 470
Oldest: 495 end Oldest: 495
A52
495: Sep 12 Traditional date of the Battle of Marathon, where a small Athenian force defeats the
Persian Empire
Theodon-Iii Duke-Of-Lower-Bavaria
495-565
514 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A52
Youngest: 495 Youngest: 495
Oldest: 515 end Oldest: 515
A51
524: Jun 25 Battle of Vezeronce, the Franks defeat the Burgundians
Theobald VonBavaria
515-?
533 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A51
Youngest: 515 Youngest: 515
Oldest: 535 end Oldest: 535
A50
532: Jan 10 Constantinople chariot racing green and blue supporters due to be executed escape, prompting
Nika revolt
Garabald-I Of-Bavaria
535-?
555 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A50
Youngest: 535 Youngest: 535
Oldest: 560 end end end Oldest: 560
A49
560: Alboin succeeds his father Audoin after his death, as king of the Lombards.
Agilolf King-Of-The-Lombards
560-616
582 Theudelinde Heiress-Of-Bavaria
560-626
Gisulf Von-Bavaria
560-?
583 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A49
Youngest: 560 Youngest: 560
Oldest: 585 Oldest: 585
A48
585: King Childebert II, age 15, takes up his sole rule of Austrasia. A Frankish army under King
Guntram marches to Comminges (Pyrenees), and besieges the citadel of Saint-Bertrand.
Chrodaold The-Nimble-Tongue
585-624
606 Unknown Daughter-Of-Gisulf
585-?
A48
Youngest: 585 Youngest: 585
Oldest: 600 end Oldest: 600
A47
611: Byzantine-Persian War: The Persian army under Shahrbaraz captures Antioch and most of the remaining
Byzantine fortresses in Syria and Mesopotamia. King Khosrau II is re-establishing a neo-Persian
Empire and intensifies his war effort. The Byzantine army, ruined by defeat and corruption, offers
only half-hearted opposition.
Theodo-Iv OfBavaria
600-667
639 Fara VonBavaria
611-?
A47
Youngest: 611 Youngest: 611
Oldest: 640 Oldest: 640
A46
642: Radulf, a Frankish aristocrat, revolts against King Sigebert III of Austrasia and defeats his
army, taking the title of rex or king of Thuringia.
Theodo-Ii Duke-Of-Bavaria
642-716
662 Regnitrude Austrasia
640-?
A46
Youngest: 642 Youngest: 642
Oldest: 663 end Oldest: 663
A45
666: Duke Lupus of Friuli revolts against King Grimoald I, with allied Avars. Grimoald takes and
devastates Friuli, tracks down Lupus's son Arnefrit (allied with the Slavs), and kills him in battle
at the castle of Nimis. Grimoald appoints Wechtar as the new duke of Friuli.
Godefroy Duke-Of-Alemannia
663-708
683 JaneDoe Dau-Of-Theodo-Of-Bavaria
666-?
A45
Youngest: 666 Youngest: 666
Oldest: 687 end Oldest: 687
A44
687: Battle of Tertry: King Theuderic III of Neustria is defeated by Pepin of Herstal, mayor of
the palace of Austrasia, near Peronne (modern France), at the River Somme. Theuderic withdraws to
Paris and is forced to sign a peace treaty. Pepin becomes "de facto" ruler of the Frankish Kingdom,
and begins calling himself Duke of the Franks. He establishes a base for the future rise of the
Pippinids and the Carolingians. Pepin appoints Nordebert as Duke of Burgundy, and puts him in charge
of Neustria and Burgundy (as a sort of regent).
Nebi Theubold VonAlemannia
687-727
707 Hersinda
?-?
A44
Youngest: 687 Youngest: 687
Oldest: 700 end end end Oldest: 700
A43
709: Kings Swaefred and Sigeheard of Essex share power with Offa. He abdicates the throne in order
to become a monk in Rome, along with Coenred. Saelred rules jointly with Swaefberht the sub-kingdom
of Middlesex.
Gerold Bishop-Of-Mayenne
700-?
721 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Nebi Duke-Of-Alemannia
709-788
732 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A43
Youngest: 709 Youngest: 709
Oldest: 724 Oldest: 724
A42
736: King AEthelbald of Mercia is described in the Ismere Diploma as ruler (bretwalda) of the Mercians,
and all the provinces in southern England. He is also named "Rex Britanniae" (king of Britain).
Childebrand Duke-Of-Swabia
724-779
750 Imma VonSwabia
736-789
A42
Youngest: 736 Youngest: 736
Oldest: 753 end Oldest: 753
A41
753: The town of Staraja Ladoga (Northern Russia) is founded by Scandinavians. The settlement becomes
a prosperous trading outpost for jewelry, casual items, craft tools and dress adornments.
Hadrian Count-Of-Orleans
753-824
789 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A41
Youngest: 753 Youngest: 753
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75bc: In Gallia Narbonensis (Roman Republic), fhe first arch-damn is constructed.
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The Hadrian Family


MapFileName: A54-41HadrianUnknown
Number of Couples: 16