Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 452 end end Oldest: 452
A55
451: May 26 The Battle of Avarayr between Armenian rebels and the Sassanid Empire takes place. The
Armenians are defeated militarily but are guaranteed freedom to openly practice Christianity.
Hengist Van-Kent
452-?
470 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A55
Youngest: 452 Youngest: 452
Oldest: 474 end Oldest: 474
A54
474: Leo II dies of an unknown disease (possibly poisoned by his mother Ariadne) after a reign of
10 months. Zeno becomes sole emperor of the Eastern Empire.
Oisc Van-Kent
474-?
495 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A54
Youngest: 474 Youngest: 474
Oldest: 500 end Oldest: 500
A53
532: Jan 13 Nika riots begin in Contaninople, revolt against Emperor Justinian, prompted by chariot
racing
Octha Van-Kent
500-543
525 Unknown-Wife
?-?
King-Sigebert-I Merovingiens
533-575
549 Queen-Brunhilde Des-Visigoths
530-613
A53
Youngest: 533 Youngest: 533
Oldest: 530 end end Oldest: 530
A52
550: Gothic War: The Ostrogoths under king Totila recapture Rome after a long siege, by bribing
the Isaurian garrison.
Eormenric Of-Kent
530-?
555 Unknown-Wife
?-?
King-Childebert-Ii Merovigiens
550-596
583 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A52
Youngest: 550 Youngest: 550
Oldest: 539 end end Oldest: 539
A51
587: Childebert-II appoints Uncelen as the Duke of Alemannia
King-Aethelberht Of-Kent
560-616
677 Saint-Aldeberge Of-Kent
539-612
Theodebert-Ii Of-Merovingiens
586-612
603 Bilichildis Von-Bayern
587-?
A51
Youngest: 587 Youngest: 587
Oldest: 580 Oldest: 580
A50
605: Emperor Phocas recognizes Agilulf as king of the Lombards, and signs a peace treaty. He pays
a tribute and cedes Orvieto (Central Italy), among other towns. The Byzantine army is withdrawn
from the Balkan Peninsula.
Eadbald Of-Kent
580-640
623 Emma Of-Austrasia
605-650
A50
Youngest: 605 Youngest: 605
Oldest: 628 end Oldest: 628
A49
628: Battle of Cirencester: King Penda of Mercia defeats the West Saxons at Cirencester (south-west
England), in what later will be Gloucestershire. After reaching an agreement, he takes control of
the Severn Valley and the minor kingdom of the Hwicce.
Irmifred Kent
628-?
647 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A49
Youngest: 628 Youngest: 628
Oldest: 648 end Oldest: 648
A48
648: King Sigebert II of Austrasia is advised by Remaclus to establish a double-monastery at Stavelot
and Malmedy. As a missionary bishop he founds an abbey on the River Ambleve (modern Belgium).
Aethelbert Asv-Sachsen
648-?
665 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A48
Youngest: 648 Youngest: 648
Oldest: 665 end Oldest: 665
A47
665: Kubrat, ruler (khagan) of Great Bulgaria, dies after a 33-year reign. He is succeeded by his
son Batbayan, who rules from Poltava (modern Ukraine) the lands north of the Black Sea and the Sea
of Azov.
Billung Wenden
665-?
681 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A47
Youngest: 665 Youngest: 665
Oldest: 670 end end Oldest: 670
A46
683: Emperor Tenmu decrees a reform in Japan; copper coins must be used instead of silver coins.
Three days later he issues a decree to allow the continued use of silver.
Dieteric King-Of-The-Saxons
670-740
699 Dobzogera Von-Wenden
683-?
Gundelhard Von-Rugen
?-?
707 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A46
Youngest: 683 Youngest: 683
Oldest: 700 Oldest: 700
A45
710: Kings Ine of Wessex and Nothhelm of Sussex fight against King Geraint of Dumnonia, who dies
in battle. Ine's advance brings him control of what is now Devon; he establishes a fortress at Taunton.
Werniche King-Of-The-Saxons
700-768
726 Kunhilde Von-Rugen
710-?
A45
Youngest: 710 Youngest: 710
Oldest: 726 end end Oldest: 726
A44
735: A smallpox epidemic starts in Japan, which reduces the population by 30%.
Bruno-I Lord
726-775
745 Unk-Dau Assabrag
?-?
King-Wittekind Widukind
735-807
753 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A44
Youngest: 735 Youngest: 735
Oldest: 756 Oldest: 756
A43
756: Battle of Marcellae: Constantine V sends a Byzantine expeditionary force (500 ships and 6,000
cavalry) to Thrace, and defeats the Bulgars around the Danube Delta and near the fortress city of
Markeli (modern Bulgaria).
Bruno-Ii Count-Of-Saxon-Ergen
756-790
774 Hasaida Of-Saxony
756-?
A43
Youngest: 756 Youngest: 756
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290: Cams are used in water-driven equipment.
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The Bruno/Hasaida Family


MapFileName: A55-43BrunoHasaida
Number of Couples: 18