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
Oldest: 330 end end
A60
336: In Rome, the first recorded celebration of Christmas takes place.
Flavius-Eparchius-Philagrius Bishop-Of-Cypress
330-398
364 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 330
Oldest: 370 end
A59
370: The German peoples surrounded the north borders of the Roman empire while the Hons were destroying
everything that they had come across, villages, cities, even empires.
Flavius-Julius-Agricola Consul-Of-Rome Prefect-Of-Gaul
370-421
395 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 370
Oldest: 340 end end end end end
A58
398: John Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, receives a delegation of clergy who want to
close the pagan temples at Gaza (Palestine) where worshipers are openly defying the law. John works
through the eunuch Eutropius, who has great power over emperor Arcadius, and within a week an imperial
Constitution is issued closing the Roman temples, but the official appointed to execute this order
is bribed.
Pharmond Of-The-Franks
340-428
365 Unknown
?-?
Decimus Rusticus Of-Treves
370-413
398 Artemie Of-Rome
375-?
Bishop Eucherius DeLyon
380-449
409 Gallia DeLyon
390-?
Petronius-Maximus Emperor-Of-The-West
396-455
416 Eparchia Avita
398-477
Youngest: 398
Oldest: 390 end end
A57
415: The Visigoths invade the Iberian Peninsula and begin to conquer territory taken previously
by the Vandals. King Ataulf and his pregnant wife Galla Placidia leave Gallia Narbonensis; they
relocate at Barcelona. Their infant son, Theodosius, dies in infancy, eliminating an opportunity
for a Roman-Visigothic line. Ataulf is assassinated in the palace while taking a bath. Sigeric succeeds
him, but after a reign for seven days he is also murdered.
Clovis The-Ripuarian
390-448
429 Ildegonde Of-Cologne
399-450
Rusticus Of-Treves
400-448
429 Tullia Of-Treves
410-450
Hesychius Bishop-Of-Vienne
411-456
430 Audentia Probianus
415-462
Youngest: 415
Oldest: 430 end
A56
435: Flavius Aetius, Roman general (magister militum), begins in Gaul a campaign against the Burgundians,
following their raids into neighbouring Gallia Belgica by King Gunther.
Childebert-I Of-Cologne
430-520
450 Amalaberge Von-Saxe
435-478
Aquilinus Of-Lugdunum
430-470
452 Fuscina Of-Vienne-Lyons
430-480
Youngest: 435
Oldest: 454 end end end end end
A55
460: The Roman fleet, docked at Portus Illicitanus (near Elche) for the African campaign, is destroyed
by the Vandals. Majorian is forced to sign a peace treaty and returns to Italy
Siegbert Of-Cologne The-Lame
454-509
474 Theodelind De-Bourgogne
?-?
Saint Gregorius Bishop-Of-Langres
?-?
482 Leocadia
?-?
Rusticus-Ii Bishop-Of-Lyon
455-501
475 Ommace DeLimoges
460-?
Basin Clarissinus
?-?
474 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 460
Oldest: 475 end end end
A54
490: Empress Feng of the Chinese Northern Wei Dynasty dies. She is buried with magnificent honors,
in the Wenming Tomb.
Parricide Chloderic King-Of-Cologne
475-509
504 Agilolfing Von-Thuringia
480-?
florentinus Bishop-Of-Geneva
485-513
514 Artemia Of-Lyon
490-?
Magnus Vir-Clarissimus
475-529
499 Menia Clarissimus
?-?
Baderic DeThuringe
485-530
504 Amalberga Des-Vandals
490-540
Youngest: 490
Oldest: 505
A53
515: Emperor Anastasius I gives Marinus, former praetorian prefect of the East, command over the
Byzantine army.[1] He defeats the rebel fleet at the harbor entrance, using a sulfur-based chemical
substance, similar to the later Greek fire.
Munderic Lord-Of-Cologne
505-532
535 Arthemia Of-The-Franks
515-?
Bishop Maurilion Of-Troyes
510-562
530 Areburge De Thueringe
505-587
Youngest: 515
Oldest: 539
A52
547: Theudebald, age 13, succeeds his father Theudebert I after a reign of 14 years, and becomes
king of Austrasia.
Bishop Gondolfus De-Tongres
539-607
564 Palatine Troyes
547-599
Youngest: 547
Oldest: 560 end
A51
565: Columba, Irish missionary, spots the Loch Ness Monster on the River Ness present day Scotland
and saves the life of a Pict.
Bodegisel De-Tongres
565-640
581 Oda Aus-Schwaben
560-634
Youngest: 565
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3000bc: In Mesopotamia, bronze is first used.

The DeTongres/Schwaben Family


MapFileName: A60-51BodegiselOda
Number of Couples: 23