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 X Y Z AA AB AC
Oldest: 426 end end
A56
432: St Patrick, a bishop, is carried off to Ireland as a slave
Zenon de-Pannonie
426-491
459 Ariadne D'Orient
442-518
Youngest: 442
Oldest: 448 end end end
A55
440: Aug 19 St Sixtus III ends his reign as Catholic Pope
Adalric d'Ardennes
448-515
480 Argotta Of-The-Ostrogoths
460-518
Zenon Ilssurien Of-Pannonia
460-?
489 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 460
Oldest: 454
A54
490: Battle of Adda: Theodoric and his ally Alaric II defeat the forces of Odoacer, on the Adda
River, near Milan.
Waudbert-I d'Ardennes
475-538
510 Lucille Of-Pannonia
490-?
Theodoric King-Of-The-Ostrogoths
454-526
492 Audofledis Of-The-Salian-Franks
470-526
Balderic King-Of-Thruringia
480-529
504 Amalfreda Queen-Of-The-Thuringians
490-540
Clovis Meroving-I
466-511
484 St.-Chrotechilde Of-Burgundy
475-548
Youngest: 490
Oldest: 497 end
A53
525: King Theodoric the Great sends Pope John-I to Constantinople, to negotiate a withdrawal of
Byzantine emperor Justin's edict against Arian Christianity.
Brunulphe Of-Earlin
511-565
542 Chrotechilde Of-The-Ostrgoths
525-544
Ste.-Arnegonde de-Germanie
505-573
534 Clotaire Le-Vieux King-Of-The-Franks
497-561
Clotaire Meroving-I
497-561
517 Ingonde Von-Thuringia
500-587
Youngest: 525
Oldest: 539
A52
543: Siege of Naples: The Byzantine garrison (1,000 men) in Naples surrenders to the Ostrogoths,
pressed by famine and demoralized by the failure of two relief efforts. The defenders are well treated
by King Totila, and the garrison is allowed safe departure, but the city walls are partly razed.
Fredegonde Earlin Cambresis
543-597
568 Chilperic-I King-Of-The-Franks
539-584
Youngest: 543
Oldest: 555 end end
A51
586: Battle of Solachon: A Byzantine army under command of Philippicus defeats the Sassanid Persians,
near Dara.
Chlothar-II King-Of-The-Franks
584-629
602 Beretrudis Of-The-Burgundians
586-618
Charlbert De-Neustria
555-636
586 Wulfgurd De-Paris
558-636
Youngest: 586
Oldest: 587 end end end end end
A50
611: Cynegils becomes king of the West Saxons, or Wessex, after the death of his uncle Ceolwulf
(according to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle). He rules from 611 to 643 and shares power to some extent
with his eldest son, Cwichelm, who may have been given Upper Wessex.
Erlebert Of-Therouanne
595-?
615 Unknown Wife
?-?
Chrodobertus-I Of-Neustria
609-630
629 Gelsnod Of-Bariere
611-?
Dagobert-I King-Of-The-Franks
602-639
629 Nanthilde deBobigny
608-642
Pepin Von-Laden
587-639
610 St.Itta De-Metz
592-652
Youngest: 611
Oldest: 602 end end end
A49
634: King Dagobert I is forced by the Austrasian nobles to put his 3-year-old son Sigebert III on
the throne, ceding royal power in Austrasia. He frees himself from dependence on Pepin of Landen,
and extends his rule over the Bretons.
Robert Von-Salsburg
620-677
645 Theodora DeSancy
625-678
Lantbertus Of-Neustria
630-659
649 Unknown Wife
?-?
Clovis-II King-Of-The-Franks
634-657
653 St.Balthild OfAscenia
627-680
Ansegisel Of-Metz
602-685
635 Begga Von-Laden
613-698
Youngest: 634
Oldest: 650 end end
A48
654: Emperor Constans II appoints his son Constantine IV, age 2, co-emperor (Augustus). He is too
young to rule as monarch of the Byzantine Empire, and his title remains a given name.
Doda DeBaviere
654-678
669 Chrodobertus-Iii Of-Neustria
651-678
Theuderic Of-The-Franks-III
654-691
669 Clothilde D'austrasia
650-692
Adalheim-I Von-Wormsgau
650-?
679 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 654
Oldest: 670 end
A47
675: Clovis-III, an illegitimate son of Chlothar III, is proclaimed king of Austrasia by the Austrasian
nobles.
Lantbertus-Lambert OfNeustria-II
670-741
688 Chrotlind Franks
670-741
Adalheim-Ii Von-Wormsgau
675-764
694 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 675
Oldest: 689
A46
695: King Wihtred of Kent, who maintains Kentish independence against the growing expansion of
Mercia, issues one of the earliest known law codes of Britain.
Rupert-I Von-Wormsgau
689-764
727 Willswinda De-Hesbaye
695-768
Youngest: 695
Oldest: 738 end
A45
738: King Swaefberht of Essex dies after a 23-year reign. He is succeeded by Saelred, a minor member
of the Essex royal family.
Ruprecht-Ii Cancor Von-Thurgau
738-782
762 Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: 738
Oldest: 763 end
A44
763: Byzantine troops invade the Papal States, in alliance with King Desiderius of the Lombards.
King Pepin III ("the Short") intervenes, and begins negotiations between the Lombards and Pope Paul
I. Desiderius promises to end the hostilities, but on condition that Pepin sends back Lombard hostages
held by the Franks.
Heimerich-Ii Von-Oberrheingau
763-795
789 Hadaburg Von-Oberrheingau
?-?
Youngest: 763
Oldest: 775 end
A43
790: Cambodia begins to break away from the Sumatra-based kingdom Srivijaya, as a 20-year-old Cambodian
prince, who claims descent from the rulers of Funan, is consecrated in eastern Cambodia with the
title Jayavarman II. In the next 10 years he will extend his powers north into the Mekong Valley
(modern Vietnam).
Poppo Von-Oberrheingau
790-840
835 Williswind Von-Franken
775-?
Youngest: 790
Oldest: 825
A42
836: Malamir, ruler (khan) of the Bulgarian Empire, dies after a 4-year reign and is succeeded by
his nephew Presian I. Because of his young age and inexperience, the Bulgarian state affairs are
dominated by his minister and commander-in-chief Isbul.
Heinrich Von-Babenberg
825-886
855 Ingeltrude Von-Friuli
836-867
Youngest: 836
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The Babenberg/Friuli Family


MapFileName: A56-42BabenbergFriuli
Number of Couples: 31