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13000bc: In Southwest Asia, sheep are first domesticated.
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Oldest: 425 end Oldest: 425
A58
434: Attila, king of the Huns, consolidates his power in the Hungarian capital, probably on the
site of Buda (modern Budapest). He jointly rules the kingdom with his brother Bleda.
King-Basinus-I Von-Thuringen
425-479
457 Basina Andovera Von-Franken
434-?
A58
Youngest: 434 Youngest: 434
Oldest: 460 end Oldest: 460
A57
473: The Ostrogoths leave Pannonia, and migrate to Macedonia and Moesia, from whence they ravage
the Balkans.
King-Basinus-Ii Von-Thuringen
460-510
494 Princess-Menia Of-Langobarden
473-510
A57
Youngest: 473 Youngest: 473
Oldest: 485 end Oldest: 485
A56
495: Cerdic of Wessex and his son, Cynric, land somewhere on the south coast, probably near the
Hampshire-Dorset border. Their followers establish the beginnings of the Kingdom of Wessex.
Parovius Von-Reims
485-?
517 JaneDoe Von-Thuringen
495-?
A56
Youngest: 495 Youngest: 495
Oldest: 525 end Oldest: 525
A55
530: Battle of Dara: Belisarius and Hermogenes (magister officiorum) defeat a combined Persian-Arab
army of 50,000 men at Dara (modern Turkey), by entrenching their infantry in a refused position
in the centre line, then carrying out a cavalry envelopment to culminate a classic defensive-offensive
battleplan
Betton Von-Orleans
525-?
555 Austregilde-Agia Heilige
530-?
A55
Youngest: 530 Youngest: 530
Oldest: 560 end Oldest: 560
A54
564: Cadoc, abbot of Llancarfan (Wales), settles in Weedon and is made bishop.
Richomer Von-Burgund
560-607
579 Gertrude Von-Hamai
564-?
A54
Youngest: 564 Youngest: 564
Oldest: 580 end end end Oldest: 580
A53
590: AEthelberht succeeds his father Eormenric as king (bretwalda) of Kent.
Eggo Vom-Elsass Hausmeier
580-646
598 Gerberga Vom-Burgund
580-?
Dux Theotar Von-Austrasien
590-682
607 Ragntrude Von-Neustrien
590-632
A53
Youngest: 590 Youngest: 590
Oldest: 600 end end Oldest: 600
A52
608: Eochaid Buide succeeds his father Aedan mac Gabrain as king of Dal Riata (modern Scotland).
Erchembald Vom-Elsass Hausmeier
600-658
619 Leudefindis Vom-Elsass
605-?
Hausmeier Der-Merowinger
608-628
628 Unknown Wife
?-?
A52
Youngest: 608 Youngest: 608
Oldest: 620 end end end Oldest: 620
A51
632: King Charibert II is assassinated at Blaye (Gironde), (possibly on orders of his half-brother
Dagobert I), along with his infant son. Dagobert I claims Aquitaine and Gascony, becoming the most
powerful Merovingian king in the West.
Liuthericus Vom-Elsass Hausmeier
620-680
643 Unknown Wife
?-?
Sigibert-Iii King-Of-Austrasien
629-656
646 Chimnechild Von-Franken
631-654
Pfalzgraf-Hugobert Der-Merowinger
632-697
661 Irmina Von-Oeren
?-704
A51
Youngest: 632 Youngest: 632
Oldest: 640 end Oldest: 640
A50
665: Conflict erupts between King Sighere of Essex and his brother Saebbi, as they struggle for
overlordship between Mercia and Wessex.
Graf-Adalarich Vom-Elsass Heilger
645-697
671 BersuindaVon-Franken
648-?
Odo Von-Pfalzel
640-698
680 Adela Grunderin-des-Frauenklosters
665-734
A50
Youngest: 665 Youngest: 665
Oldest: 675 Oldest: 675
A49
680: Pippin of Herstal becomes Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia.
Adalbert Vom-Elsass
675-722
695 Gerlind Von-Pfalzel
680-715
A49
Youngest: 680 Youngest: 680
Oldest: 695 end Oldest: 695
A48
699: En no Ozunu, Japanese ascetic, is banished to Izu Oshima (a volcanic island in the Izu Islands),
and accused of confusing the mind of the people with magic. He will be later regarded as the founder
of a folk religion called Shugendo.
Graf-Haicho Vom-Elsass
695-723
714 Ganna Vom-Elsass
699-?
A48
Youngest: 699 Youngest: 699
Oldest: 715 end Oldest: 715
A47
715: Caliph Al-Walid I dies at Damascus after a 10-year reign, and is succeeded by his brother Sulayman
ibn Abd al-Malik. During his rule the Umayyad Caliphate reaches its greatest height, with successful
campaigns undertaken in Transoxiana (Central Asia), Sindh (Pakistan), Hispania and against the Byzantine
Empire.
Alberich Vom-Elsass
715-?
733 Unknown Wife
?-?
A47
Youngest: 715 Youngest: 715
Oldest: 735 end Oldest: 735
A46
744: Pepin the Short, mayor of the palace of Neustria and Burgundy, invades the Swabian Jura (southwestern
Germany), and chases Theudebald, Duke of Alamannia, from his mountain redoubt in Alsace.
Luitfried Graf-im-Elsass
735-753
753 Hiltrude Von-Wormsgau
744-780
A46
Youngest: 744 Youngest: 744
Oldest: 745 end end end end Oldest: 745
A45
760: The Maya city of Dos Pilas (modern Guatemala) is abandoned, after the Tamarindito and Petexbatun
centres revolt against their Dos Pilas overlord.
Gerhard DeParis
745-816
775 Rotrude D'Austrasia
750-?
Baudoin D'Aquitaine
760-811
777 Grimhilde DeParis
755-856
Graf-Eberhard Vom-Elsass
755-806
777 Adaline Von-Luneville
754-780
A45
Youngest: 760 Youngest: 760
Oldest: 776 end Oldest: 776
A44
783: Saxon Wars: Charlemagne defeats the Saxon rebels in a three-day battle next to the Hase River,
and perhaps overruns fortifications on the Wittekindsberg, before ravaging southern Saxony. A Frisian
uprising against Carolingian rule is supported by Duke Widukind.
Leuthard DeParis
776-816
795 Grimhilde D'Aquitaine
783-856
Graf-Hugo Von-Tours
780-837
797 Ava Von-Orleans
780-840
A44
Youngest: 783 Youngest: 783
Oldest: 800 Oldest: 800
A43
802: Pagan Danes invade Obodrite-ruled Schleswig, to take over territory almost emptied by the forcible
deportations of the Saxons by emperor Charlemagne.
Graf-Gerhard Von-Vienne
800-878
825 Bertha Von-Tours
802-?
A43
Youngest: 802 Youngest: 802
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250bc: In China, the blast-furnace is first used.
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The VonVienne/VonTours Family


MapFileName: A58-43GerhardBertha
Number of Couples: 24