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 <- Column Identifiers
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1937: The US Patent Office issues a patent to Wallace H Carothers of Dupont for the fabric nylon.
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Oldest: 240 end Oldest: 240
A62
250: Jan 20 St Fabian ends his reign as Catholic Pope (236-50)
Marcomir-Ii DeToxandrie
240-319
245 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A62
Youngest: 240 Youngest: 240
Oldest: 270 end Oldest: 270
A61
270: Emperor Claudius II Gothicus dies of plague while preparing to fight the Vandals and Sarmatians,
who have invaded Pannonia. He is succeeded by his brother Quintillus, who briefly holds power over
the Roman Empire.
Chief-Ragaise Merogais DeToxandrie
270-307
291 Blesinde D'Alemanie
270-307
A61
Youngest: 270 Youngest: 270
Oldest: 295 end Oldest: 295
A60
301: King Tiridates III of Armenia proclaims Christianity as the official state religion, making
Armenia the first nation to adopt Christianity as its official religion. Construction of the original
Etchmiadzin Cathedral by Gregory the Illuminator begins.
King-Malaric-I DeToxandrie
295-360
318 Chlodomar D'Alemanie
301-395
A60
Youngest: 301 Youngest: 301
Oldest: 310 end Oldest: 310
A59
320: Crispus, eldest son of Constantine I, leads a victorious campaign against the Franks, assuring
twenty years of peace along the Rhine frontier. He establishes his residence in Augusta Treverorum
(modern Trier), capital of Germania.
Teutomer DeToxandria
320-363
339 Ascyla VonWorms
310-?
A59
Youngest: 320 Youngest: 320
Oldest: 340 Oldest: 340
A58
350: The Western Roman Emperor Constans I makes himself extremely unpopular; one of his generals,
Magnus Magnentius, is proclaimed emperor at Augustodunum in the Diocese of Galliae, with the support
of the army on the Rhine frontier.
Flavius Richomeres DeToxandra
340-393
368 Ascyla DeCologne
350-413
A58
Youngest: 350 Youngest: 350
Oldest: 330 end end Oldest: 330
A57
370: Athanaric, Gothic leader of the Tervingi, advances eastwards and takes up a defensive position
along the banks of the Dniester (Romania).
King-Theodemir VanMerovingen
370-414
389 Blesinde DeCologne
360-418
Lamicho
330-405
361 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A57
Youngest: 370 Youngest: 370
Oldest: 370 end end Oldest: 370
A56
400: A riot breaks out in Constantinople; the Great Palace is burned to the ground. Gainas, an ambitious
Gothic leader, attempts to evacuate his soldiers out of the city, but 7,000 armed Goths are trapped
and killed by order of Arcadius. After the massacre, Gainas tries to escape across the Hellespont,
but his rag-tag ad hoc fleet is destroyed by Fravitta, a Gothic chieftain in imperial service.
Walmer-Golner DeBoulogne
400-?
427 Blesinde VanMerovingen
395-?
Lethuc
370-440
388 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A56
Youngest: 400 Youngest: 400
Oldest: 390 end Oldest: 390
A55
428: hlodio, king of the Salian Franks, invades Northern Gaul and defeats the Roman army at Cambrai.
He extends his kingdom south to the River Somme and makes Tournai (modern Belgium) his residence.
Frankish expansion changes the borders, founding Francia
Landbert DeTherouanne
425-459
451 Theudria DeBoulogne
428-?
Hildeoc
390-?
409 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A55
Youngest: 428 Youngest: 428
Oldest: 413 end end Oldest: 413
A54
455: Maximus is stoned to death by an angry mob while fleeing Rome. A widespread panic occurs when
many citizens hear the news that the Vandals are plundering the Italian mainland.
SigisWald DeTheouanne-d'Auvergne
455-515
481 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Godehoc DeLombardy
413-469
425 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A54
Youngest: 455 Youngest: 455
Oldest: 430 end Oldest: 430
A53
495: Pope Gelasius I gains support from Italian bishops, in his assertion that the spiritual power
of the papacy is superior to the emperor's temporal authority. Like his predecessors, the pope opposes
the Byzantine emperor Anastasius I's efforts to establish Miaphysite doctrine.
Ansbertus Ferreoulus DeTherouanne
485-553
507 Lucilia DeNarbonne
490-526
Munderic VanArisitum
495-532
511 Arthemia DeCologne
490-?
Cleph VanLanden
430-490
455 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A53
Youngest: 495 Youngest: 495
Oldest: 460 end end end end Oldest: 460
A52
512: King Theodoric the Great grants citizens on Mount Vesuvius exemption from taxes, after a severe
eruption in southeastern Italy.
Leutfried-I VonAlemannian
?-?
495 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Mummolin VanAustrasia
510-558
529 Lucille Narbonne
495-?
Armenbert DeBourgogne
500-?
521 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Zucchilon VanLanden
460-540
490 Theodogotho VanLanden
478-?
A52
Youngest: 510 Youngest: 510
Oldest: 490 end end end end Oldest: 490
A51
530: In Persia at the Battle of Satala: A Byzantine cavalry force (30,000 men) under command of
Sittas defeats a major Persian invasion into Roman Armenia.
Leutharis VonAlemannien
500-554
541 Wilibalda Of-the-Burgundians
?-600
Gisulfo DiFriuli
520-571
538 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Duke-Bobon VanAustrasia
530-586
546 JaneDoe DeBourgogne
525-?
Wachon VanLanden
490-539
512 Austrigusa
?-?
A51
Youngest: 530 Youngest: 530
Oldest: 525 end end Oldest: 525
A50
547: Battle of Marta: The Byzantine army under John Troglita is defeated by Moorish tribes in Tripolitania.
He flees to Lunci (9 km south of Mahares[1]), and is forced to withdraw north to the fortress of
Laribus.
Leutfried VonAlemannien
545-587
565 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Grasulfo DiFriuli-I
540-589
563 Romhilde VanAustrasia
547-?
Garibald Herzog Der-Bayern
525-596
558 Waldrada VanLanden
530-573
A50
Youngest: 547 Youngest: 547
Oldest: 560 end Oldest: 560
A49
568: AEthelric succeeds his brother Adda as king of Bernicia (modern Scotland). He rules from 568
to 572.
Duke-Uncilien VonAlamannien
568-607
597 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Gisulfo-Ii DiFriuli
565-610
591 Romilda DiFriuli
560-610
A49
Youngest: 568 Youngest: 568
Oldest: 595 Oldest: 595
A48
620: King Pulakeshin II defeats the Harsha army on the banks of the Narmada River. Harsha loses
a major part of his elephant force and retreats. A truce establishes Narmada as the northern boundary
of the Chalukya Kingdom (India).
Leutharis -Iii VonAlemannien
620-675
643 Acca DerAlemannien
595-?
A48
Youngest: 620 Youngest: 620
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1500bc: In Babylonia, the first seed drill (for dispensing seeds in the planting process) in used.
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The Leutharis/DiFriuli Family


MapFileName: A62-48LeutharisAcca
Number of Couples: 30