Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 233 end end Oldest: 233
A60
230: Jul 21 St Pontianus begins his reign as Catholic Pope
Alberic D'Heruli
233-292
277 Diomedes D'Heruli
?-?
A60
Youngest: 233 Youngest: 233
Oldest: 282 end Oldest: 282
A59
285: Sep 3 San Marino, one of the smallest nations in the world and the world's oldest republic
still in existence, founded by Saint Marinus
Wisimar D'Heruli
285-?
303 Amalasunta Von-Sachsen
282-?
A59
Youngest: 285 Youngest: 285
Oldest: 0 end Oldest: 0
A58
322: In China, the first dependable representation of a rider with paired stirrups was found.
Miiecislaus D'Heruli
?-?
322 Belga D'Heruli
?-?
A58
Youngest: 0 Youngest: 0
Oldest: 325 end Oldest: 325
A57
336: In Rome, the first recorded celebration of Christmas on December 25th.
Radagaisus D'Heruli Of-The-Vandals
325-405
351 Cella Of-The-Vandals
?-?
A57
Youngest: 325 Youngest: 325
Oldest: 354 end Oldest: 354
A56
350: Jan 18 Roman Emperor Constans is deposed by General Magnentius who proclaims himself the new
Emperor
Gondegusius Of-The-Vandals
354-?
377 Frilla Of-The-Vandals
?-?
A56
Youngest: 354 Youngest: 354
Oldest: 379 end Oldest: 379
A55
379: Emperor Gratian elevates Flavius Theodosius at Sirmium, giving him the title Augustus with
power over all the eastern provinces. Theodosius comes to terms with the Visigoths and settles them
in the Balkans as military allies (foederati).
Gonderic King-Of-The-Vandals
379-428
405 Elisa DeGranda
?-?
A55
Youngest: 379 Youngest: 379
Oldest: 410 end Oldest: 410
A54
410: The Visigoths under Alaric I sack Rome after a third siege. Slaves open the Salarian Gate
and Goths loot the city and slay the Romans for three days. The Romans who survive the Sack of Rome
are enslaved. It is the first time since 390 BC that Rome has fallen to an enemy. This marks the
decline of the Roman Empire.
Gensaric Des-Vandals
410-?
431 Elisa Des-Vandals
?-?
A54
Youngest: 410 Youngest: 410
Oldest: 418 end end end Oldest: 418
A53
435: Huneric, eldest son of Genseric, is sent as a child hostage to the court at Ravenna to secure
the alliance with the Western Roman Empire.
Hengist Of-The-Jutes
418-488
453 Elsa Of-Kent
435-?
Visilaus D'Heruli
435-?
455 Adolla Von-Sachsen
?-?
A53
Youngest: 435 Youngest: 435
Oldest: 454 end end end end Oldest: 454
A52
465: King Remismund establishes a policy of friendship with the Visigoths, and promotes the conversion
of the Suebi into Arianism in Galicia (Northern Spain)
Hartwaker Of-The-Saxons
454-480
470 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Cnebba Of-Mercia
465-540
483 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Alaricus D'Heruli
458-?
481 Theodora Von-Burgund
?-?
A52
Youngest: 465 Youngest: 465
Oldest: 470 end Oldest: 470
A51
486: Battle of Soissons: Frankish forces under king Clovis I defeat the Gallo-Roman kingdom of Soissons
(Gaul). Roman rule under Syagrius ends. The land between the Somme and the Loire becomes a part
of the Frankish Empire. Syagrius flees to the Visigoths (under king Alaric II), but Clovis threatens
war and he is handed over for execution.
King-Hathwigate Of-The-Saxons
470-524
496 Alofr Of-Mercia
485-525
Albenicus D'Heruli
486-?
511 Syrisca DeSarmate
?-?
A51
Youngest: 486 Youngest: 486
Oldest: 501 end end Oldest: 501
A50
530: In Africa, King Hilderic is deposed by his cousin Gelimer after a 7-year reign. He restores
Arianism as the official religion of the Vandal Kingdom, and puts his uncle along with supporters
in prison
Hulderick Of-The-Saxons
501-540
535 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Johannes D'Heruli
520-?
548 Euphemia Norge
530-?
A50
Youngest: 530 Youngest: 530
Oldest: 539 end end Oldest: 539
A49
560: Elidyr of Strathclyde invades Gwynedd (Wales) and tries to expel his brother-in-law, king Rhun
Hir ap Maelgwn
King-Budic Of-The-Saxons
539-568
561 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Radagest-Ii D'Heruli
550-618
591 Gubertina Von-Granda
560-?
A49
Youngest: 560 Youngest: 560
Oldest: 567 end end Oldest: 567
A48
567: King Charibert-I dies without an heir; his realm (region Neustria and Aquitaine) is divided
between his brothers Guntram, Sigebert I and Chilperic-I.
Bertold Of-The-Saxons
567-633
610 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Goswin De-Heruli Von-Sachsen
?-?
615 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A48
Youngest: 567 Youngest: 567
Oldest: 630 Oldest: 630
A47
635: Judicael, high king of Domnonee (Brittany), visits King Dagobert I at his palace in Clichy
(northwest of Paris), to promise he will remain under Frankish lordship. The Breton king arrives
with gifts, but insults Dagobert by refusing to eat at the royal table.
Sieghard King-Of-The-Saxons
630-691
660 Juliana Of-Saxony
635-?
A47
Youngest: 635 Youngest: 635
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The Sieghard/Juliana Family


MapFileName: A60-47SieghardJuliana
Number of Couples: 21