Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 74 end end Oldest: 74
A68
65: Jun 8 Jews revolt against Rome, capturing fortress of Antonia in Jerusalem
Godwulf
74-?
95 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A68
Youngest: 74 Youngest: 74
Oldest: 100 end Oldest: 100
A67
96: Nerva is proclaimed Roman Emperor after Domitian is assassinated
Flocwald
100-?
125 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A67
Youngest: 100 Youngest: 100
Oldest: 130 end Oldest: 130
A66
122: Sep 13 Building begins on Hadrian's Wall, Northern England
Finn
130-?
155 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A66
Youngest: 130 Youngest: 130
Oldest: 160 end Oldest: 160
A65
161: Emperor Antoninus Pius dies and is succeeded by Marcus Aurelius who shares imperial power with
Lucius Verus, although Marcus retains the title Pontifex Maximus.
Freothalaf
160-?
185 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A65
Youngest: 160 Youngest: 160
Oldest: 190 end Oldest: 190
A64
195: The province of Syria is divided into two, Syria Coele and Syria Phoenice, and the role of
Antioch is diminished.
Frithuwald Bor
190-?
210 Beltsa
194-?
A64
Youngest: 194 Youngest: 194
Oldest: 215 Oldest: 215
A63
219: Julia Maesa arranges for her grandson Elagabalus a marriage with Julia Paula. The wedding is
a lavish ceremony and Paula is given the honorific title of Augusta.
Woden aka-Odin King-Of-Asgard
215-?
236 Frigida Verch Cadwilladr
219-?
A63
Youngest: 219 Youngest: 219
Oldest: 237 Oldest: 237
A62
241: Emperor Gordian III reaches Antioch and prepares with his army an offensive against the Persians.
Skjold Wodenssen
237-?
258 Gefion
241-?
A62
Youngest: 241 Youngest: 241
Oldest: 259 Oldest: 259
A61
263: King Odenathus of Palmyra declares himself ruler of the area west of the River Euphrates and
is declared Dux Orientalis by the Roman emperor Gallienus.
Fridleif Skjoklssen
259-?
280 Fru Fridleif Skjoldssen
263-?
A61
Youngest: 263 Youngest: 263
Oldest: 281 Oldest: 281
A60
285: Maximian is sent to pacify Gaul, where the Bagaudae, a band of peasants, are revolting against
the Roman Empire
Frodi Fridleifssen
281-?
302 Fru Frideif Fridleifssen
285-?
A60
Youngest: 285 Youngest: 285
Oldest: 303 Oldest: 303
A59
307: Constantine I establishes his capital in Augusta Treverorum (Trier). He begins a major expansion
of the city, strengthening the walls with fortified gates, and building a palace complex and the
Imperial Baths.
Fridleif Frodassen
303-?
324 Fru Fridleif Frodassen
307-?
A59
Youngest: 307 Youngest: 307
Oldest: 325 Oldest: 325
A58
329: Roman restrictions on joining the clergy are initiated
Haver Fridleifssen
325-?
345 Fru Haver Fridleifssenn
329-?
A58
Youngest: 329 Youngest: 329
Oldest: 347 end Oldest: 347
A57
351: The Jewish revolt against Constantius Gallus breaks out. After his arrival at Antioch, the
Jews begin a rebellion in Palestine. The Roman garrison in the town of Diocesarea is wiped out.
Frodi Havarssen
347-?
360 Fru Frodi Havarssen
351-?
A57
Youngest: 351 Youngest: 351
Oldest: 369 end Oldest: 369
A56
373: Emperor Valens is converted to Arianism and orders the persecution of Orthodox Christians in
the Roman East.
Vermund Frodassen
369-?
390 Fru Vermund Frodassen
373-?
A56
Youngest: 373 Youngest: 373
Oldest: 391 end Oldest: 391
A55
395: The Huns begin their large-scale attack on the Eastern Roman Empire. They invade Armenia, Cappadocia,
and enter parts of Syria, threatening Antioch.
Olaf Vermundssen
391-?
411 Fru Olaf Vermundssen
395-?
A55
Youngest: 395 Youngest: 395
Oldest: 412 end Oldest: 412
A54
416: Reports of the eruption of Krakatoa are recorded in the Javanese Book of Kings.
Dan Olafssen
412-?
432 Fru Dan Olafssen
416-?
A54
Youngest: 416 Youngest: 416
Oldest: 433 end Oldest: 433
A53
437: Flavius Aetius, Roman general (magister militum), secures the besieged city of Narbonne (Southern
Gaul) against king Theodoric I. He concludes a peace treaty with the Visigoths, and becomes for
the second time consul.
Frodi Danssen
433-524
453 Fru Frodi Danssen
437-?
A53
Youngest: 437 Youngest: 437
Oldest: 420 end end end Oldest: 420
A52
460: The Hepthalites (White Huns) conquer the remnants of the Kushan Empire and enter India
Fridleif Fradassen
456-480
476 Fru Fridleif Frodassen
460-?
Huneric King-Of-The-Vandals
420-484
456 Eudocia Of-Byzantium
439-474
A52
Youngest: 460 Youngest: 460
Oldest: 479 Oldest: 479
A51
484: Zeno signs a peace treaty with Theodoric the Great. He appoints him to magister militum and
becomes a consul. The Eastern Empire is saved by diplomatic negotiations, and the imperial army
is strengthened behind the walls of Constantinople
Frodi Fridleifsson King-Of-Denmark
479-548
501 Hilda Of-The-Vandals
484-548
A51
Youngest: 484 Youngest: 484
Oldest: 503 end Oldest: 503
A50
503: War with Sassanid Persia: Emperor Anastasius I sends a Byzantine army (52,000 men) to Armenia,
but is defeated. The Romans attempt an unsuccessful siege of the Persian-held Amida on the Tigris.
King Kavadh I invades Osroene, and lays siege to the city of Edessa (Northern Mesopotamia)
Halfdan Frodasson
503-?
523 Sigris Frodasson
?-?
A50
Youngest: 503 Youngest: 503
Oldest: 528 end Oldest: 528
A49
530: Emperor Xiao Zhuang Di is arrested and imprisoned in a Buddhist temple at Jinyang (Shanxi).
He is succeeded by Chang Guang Wang, who becomes the new ruler of Northern Wei.
Hroar Halfdansson
528-?
546 Ogne Princess-Of-Northumbria
530-?
A49
Youngest: 530 Youngest: 530
Oldest: 547 end Oldest: 547
A48
549: Agila-I succeeds Theudigisel as king of the Visigoths, after Theudigisel is murdered by a group
of conspirators during a banquet in Seville.
Valdar-The-Mild Hroarsson King-Of-Denmark
547-567
567 Hildis-Of-The-Vandals Princess-Of-Denmark
549-572
A48
Youngest: 549 Youngest: 549
Oldest: 568 end Oldest: 568
A47
574: Empress Sophia and Tiberius agree to a one year truce with the Persians, at the cost of 45,000
solidi. The truce applies only to the Mesopotamian front; in the Caucasus, war continues.
Harald-The-Old Valdersson King-Of-Denmark
568-612
590 Hildur Heidreksdatter Princess-Of-Vandals
574-666
A47
Youngest: 574 Youngest: 574
Oldest: 590 end Oldest: 590
A46
594: Balkan Campaign: The Slavs invade again the Byzantine provinces of Moesia and Macedonia; during
their pillage the towns of Aquis, Scupi and Zaldapa in Dobruja are destroyed.
Halfdan-The-Valient King-Of-Sweden
590-650
630 Moalda Digri Kinriksdatter
594-633
A46
Youngest: 594 Youngest: 594
Oldest: 633 end end end Oldest: 633
A45
638: The Arabian forces under Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah storm Caesarea Maritima, capital of Byzantine
Palestine, and effect their final capture of Ascalon (modern Israel). Caliph Umar I stops the Muslim
invasion, and appoints Abu Ubaidah governor of Syria.
Radbart-Of-Russia Haldansson
638-690
665 Aud-Authr Ivarsdatter Djupauga-Of-Roeskilda
633-670
Hraerek Slauvanbauga Halfdansson
633-700
667 Aud-Authr Ivarsdatter Djupauga-Of-Roeskilda
633-670
A45
Youngest: 638 Youngest: 638
Oldest: 670 Oldest: 670
A44
674: Siege of Constantinople: The Arab fleet enters the Sea of Marmara and appears before the southern
walls of Constantinople, in an attempt to blockade the Byzantine capital.
Radnar Radbartsson King-Of-Denmark
670-740
719 Ingild Ingjeldsdatter
674-740
A44
Youngest: 674 Youngest: 674
Oldest: 720 end Oldest: 720
A43
728: King Liutprand of the Lombards occupies all of the Exarchate of Ravenna. He advances towards
Rome along the Via Cassia, and is met at the city of Sutri by Pope Gregory II, near the borders
of the Duchy of Rome. Liutprand signs the Donation of Sutri, by which parts of Latium are given
to the papacy (the first extension of papal territory in Italy). This marks the historical foundation
of the Papal States.
Sigurdthe King-Of-Denmark-Norway-Sweden
720-?
747 Alfhild Gandolfsdottir
728-778
A43
Youngest: 728 Youngest: 728
Oldest: 750 end end Oldest: 750
A42
754: The Franks under Pepin III invade Italy, and defeat the Lombards under King Aistulf, in the
Susa Valley (Piedmont). He enforces the terms, including cession of the Exarchate of Ravenna to
Rome.
Ragnar-lodbrock Sigurdsson King-Of-Denmark
750-845
773 Aslaug Sigurdsdatter
754-?
Ella King-Of-England
?-?
781 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A42
Youngest: 754 Youngest: 754
Oldest: 784 Oldest: 784
A41
786: Egbert settles at the court of Charlemagne, and learns the arts of government during his time
in Gaul.[1] During his stay he meets Eadberht, a priest, who later becomes king of Kent.
Sigurd-Ii King-Of-Denmark
786-873
798 Heluna Priincess-Of-England
784-?
A41
Youngest: 786 Youngest: 786
Oldest: 790 end Oldest: 790
A40
798: Battle of Bornhoved: King Charlemagne forms an alliance with the Obodrites. Together with Prince
Drozko (Thrasco), he defeats the Nordalbian Saxons near the village of Bornhoved (modern-day Neumunster),
obliging these 'northerners' to submit and give hostages against their future good behavior. In
the coming years they are granted areas of present-day Hamburg.
Rognvald Olafsson-Of-Agder
790-850
811 Lady-Tora Sigurdsdottir
798-?
A40
Youngest: 798 Youngest: 798
Oldest: 0 Oldest: 0
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118: In the Chinese Han Dynasty, a wheelbarrow is employed near a tomb at Chengdu Sichuan provinve.
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The Olafsson/Sigurdsdottir Family


MapFileName: A68-40OlafssonSigurdsdottir
Number of Couples: 32