Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 220 end end Oldest: 220
A62
224: King Ardashir I defeats Artabanus V at the Battle of Hormozdgan in Shushtar, destroying the
Parthian Empire and establishing the Sassanid dynasty.
Marcomir Toxandrie King-Of-The-Franks
220-281
242 Ildegonde Lombardia
224-298
A62
Youngest: 224 Youngest: 224
Oldest: 245 end Oldest: 245
A61
245: Emperor Philip-the-Arab entrusts Trajan Decius with an important command on the Danube.
Genebaud D'toxandrie King-Of-The-Franks
245-289
265 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A61
Youngest: 245 Youngest: 245
Oldest: 266 end end end end Oldest: 266
A60
270: The Kingdom of Aksum (modern Ethiopia) begins minting its own gold coins to facilitate international
trade, following the model of Roman coinage.
Ascaric DeCologne
270-347
292 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Wadomaire D'Toxandrie King-Of-Alemanie
266-342
288 Gebica Burgundy
270-?
Ragaise-Merogais D'toxandrie King-Of-The-Franks
270-307
293 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A60
Youngest: 270 Youngest: 270
Oldest: 290 end Oldest: 290
A59
300: The Franks penetrate into what is now northern Belgium (approximate date).
Cunebald DeCologne
295-347
318 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Guindomar D'alemanie
290-357
318 Hija Toxandrie Princess-Of-Toxandrie
300-350
A59
Youngest: 300 Youngest: 300
Oldest: 320 end end Oldest: 320
A58
320: Licinius reneges on the religious freedom promised by the Edict of Milan, and begins a new
persecution of Christians in the Eastern Roman Empire. He imprisons Christians, confiscates their
properties and destroys churches.
Dagobert DeCologne
320-379
342 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Chlodomer D'alemanie
320-358
348 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A58
Youngest: 320 Youngest: 320
Oldest: 345 end end Oldest: 345
A57
350: Nepotianus is defeated and killed by Marcellinus, a trusted general sent by Magnentius. His
head is put on a spear and carried around the city
Chlodion DeCologne King-Of-France
345-398
369 Blesinde D'alemanie
350-403
Aldeoch DeLombardie
345-398
370 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A57
Youngest: 350 Youngest: 350
Oldest: 370 Oldest: 370
A56
375: Emperor Chandragupta II becomes ruler of the Gupta Empire (India). He is the son of Samudragupta
the Great and attaines his reign by an aggressive expansionist policy.
Marcomir DeCologne
370-424
394 Hildegonde DeLombardie
375-?
A56
Youngest: 375 Youngest: 375
Oldest: 380 end end Oldest: 380
A55
418: Emperor Honorius bribes Wallia, king of the Visigoths, into regaining Hispania for the Roman
Empire. His victory over the Vandals in 416 forces him to retire to Andalusia. The Visigothic territory
in Gaul now extends from the Garonne to the Loire, and becomes known as the Visigothic Kingdom.
King-Chlodion Le-Chevelu
380-448
419 Hildegonde Merovee DeCologne
395-450
Tontanius Ferreolus
418-476
437 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A55
Youngest: 418 Youngest: 418
Oldest: 419 Oldest: 419
A54
439: Hun and Roman envoys meet at Margum (modern Bosnia and Herzegovina), an important market town
on the Sava River. After negotiations, Attila and his brother Bleda, who are present, accept a four-point
peace plan. Trading rights between the two states are confirmed and emperor Theodosius II pays an
annual tribute of 700 pounds of gold. Litorius, Roman general (Magister militum per Gallias), lays
siege to Toulouse. During the decisive battle before the walls he suffers a severe defeat and is
killed, and only the heavy loss of Visigoths makes King Theodoric I decide to agree to a provisional
restoration of the status quo.
Duke-Sigimerus Of-The-East-Franks
419-485
448 Tontania Ferreolus
439-529
A54
Youngest: 439 Youngest: 439
Oldest: 465 end end Oldest: 465
A53
520: King Pabo Post Prydain of the Pennines (Northern England) abdicates his throne and divides
the kingdom between his two sons. He retires, as a hermit, to Anglesey.
Ansbertus Ferreolus DeMoselle
465-532
521 Duchess-Outria Of-Moselle
504-580
King-Charibert Of-Paris
520-570
538 Ingoberge Of-Paris
519-589
A53
Youngest: 520 Youngest: 520
Oldest: 523 Oldest: 523
A52
539: The Goths and the Burgundians recapture Mediolanum (modern Milan), after many months of siege,
the city reaching the point of starvation. The Byzantine garrison (1,000 men) surrenders and is
spared, but the inhabitants are massacred (according to Procopius 300,000 people are murdered),
and the city itself is destroyed.
Ausbert Of-Moselle
523-570
557 Saint-Berthe De-Cologne
539-612
A52
Youngest: 539 Youngest: 539
Oldest: 560 end Oldest: 560
A51
564: Tulum, Maya walled city, on the Yucatan Peninsula (modern Mexico) is first mentioned on a stele
inscription.
Arnoul of-Metz
560-611
580 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A51
Youngest: 560 Youngest: 560
Oldest: 581 Oldest: 581
A50
582: Siege of Sirmium: The Avars, under their ruler (khagan) Bayan I, aided by Slavic auxiliary
troops, capture the city of Sirmium after almost a 3-year siege. Bayan establishes a new base of
operations within the Byzantine Empire, from which he plunders the Balkan Peninsula.
Saint-Arnoldus Meroving
582-640
595 Doda DeSaxony
581-615
A50
Youngest: 582 Youngest: 582
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3000bc: The Persians invent the comb.
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The Meroving/Desaxony Family


MapFileName: A62-50MerovingDesaxony
Number of Couples: 20