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Florentin, évêque élu de Genève1

b. between 480 and 485, d. after 513
     Senator of Geneva at Burgundy, the Frankish Kingdoms.2 Florentin, évêque élu de Genève was born between 480 and 485. Bishop Elect of Geneva at Roman Empire in 513.3 He married Artémie, noble gallo-romaine, daughter of St. Rusticus, évêque de Lyons and N. N. de Limoges, in 513.4,5 Florentin, évêque élu de Genève died after 513.

Family

Artémie, noble gallo-romaine b. between 480 and 490
Children

Citations

  1. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC, pg. 111.
  2. [S227] Bishop of Tours Gregory, GT, pg. 11.
  3. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC, pg. 172.
  4. [S227] Bishop of Tours Gregory, GT, pg. 11 - Florentinus, Senator of Geneva m. Artemia.
  5. [S1132] DFA (4000 yr), online, App. A:5.

Daimíne mac Cairpre Dam Argait

d. 514
Daimíne mac Cairpre Dam Argait|d. 514|p291.htm#i17281|Cairpre Dam Argait mac Eocho|d. 560|p293.htm#i14833||||Eocho mac Crimthaind||p164.htm#i18368||||||||||
FatherCairpre Dam Argait mac Eocho d. 560
     Daimíne mac Cairpre Dam Argait was the son of Cairpre Dam Argait mac Eocho. King of Airghialla.1 Also called K Daimíne mac Cairpre Dam Argait of Oriel. Daimíne mac Cairpre Dam Argait died in 514.1,2 He died in 560.3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S483] Stewart Baldwin, Llywelyn ap Iorwerth's ancestors in "Baldwin-Llywelyn," listserve message Dec 1998.
  2. [S897] [unknown], AU, date is given in a noncontemporary entry.
  3. [S294] Various, Irish Annals.

Ariadne of Byzantium1

b. before 457, d. 515
Ariadne of Byzantium|b. b 457\nd. 515|p291.htm#i12350|imperator Leo I "the Elder" Thrax Magnus|b. c 401\nd. 18 Jan 474|p289.htm#i12349|Verina (?)||p101.htm#i12347|||||||N. N. (?)||p101.htm#i12346||||
Fatherimperator Leo I "the Elder" Thrax Magnus1 b. circa 401, d. 18 January 474
MotherVerina (?)1
     Ariadne of Byzantium was born before 457. She was the daughter of imperator Leo I "the Elder" Thrax Magnus and Verina (?).1 Ariadne of Byzantium married Zeno, imperator, son of Lallis (?), in 466 or 467; Her 1st.1,2,3 Ariadne of Byzantium married Anastasius I, imperator circa 492; Her 2nd (widow).1,2 Ariadne of Byzantium died in 515.1

Family 1

Zeno, imperator b. 420, d. 9 April 491
Child

Family 2

Anastasius I, imperator b. circa 430, d. 9 July 518

Citations

  1. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 78, genealogy table 3..
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Anastasius I (Byz. emp.).
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Zeno (E. Roman emp.).
  4. [S233] DIR, online http://www.roman-emperors.org/impindex.htm

Gundobald, rex Burgundionum1,2

b. circa 433, d. circa 516
Gundobald, rex Burgundionum|b. c 433\nd. c 516|p291.htm#i9729|Gundiok, rex Burgundionum|b. c 413\nd. bt 473 - 474|p289.htm#i9728|daughter of the Suevi|b. c 418|p74.htm#i9754|Gundahar, King of the Burgunds|b. c 383\nd. 437|p288.htm#i9732||||Chieftain of the Suevi|b. c 378|p74.htm#i9755|Princess of the Visigoths|b. c 383|p74.htm#i9756|
FatherGundiok, rex Burgundionum b. circa 413, d. between 473 and 474
Motherdaughter of the Suevi b. circa 418
     Gundobald, rex Burgundionum professed Arianism.3 He was a nephew of the barbarian emperor-maker Ricimer.4 He was born circa 433. He was the son of Gundiok, rex Burgundionum and daughter of the Suevi. Gundobald, rex Burgundionum married Caretena (?) before 463. Gundobald, rex Burgundionum was Master of Soldiers before 472 at Gaul. He responsible for executing the Emperor Anthemius for Ricimir in the very church Anthemius had sought refuge on 11 July 472 at the Church of St. Peter the Apostle, Rome. He was briefly held the supreme military command in the Roman service, he was a barbarian general during the last days of the Roman Empire in the west, before 473. He succeeded his father as King of the Burgunds at Vienne in 473. King of the Burgunds at Vienne between 473 and 516.5 He raised, as a Patrician of the Romans, Glycerius, the Count of the Domestics, to the purple in March 473 at Roman Empire.6 King of the Burgundians between 474 and 516.4 He witnessed the death of Chilpéric II, rex Burgundionum circa 486; By legendary accounts, killed by his brother, Gundobad. It is, in fact, historically established that Chilperic's death was lamented by Gondebad instead.3
Gundobald, rex Burgundionum witnessed the death of Caretena (?) circa 486; Legend has it that she was killed by her brother-in-law, Gundobad, who had her sunk in water with a stone tied to her neck. The details of this are purely legendary and not based on fact.3 Gundobald, rex Burgundionum managed to take over the lands of Lyon from his brother Chilperic in 486. He was a witness where Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster helped Godegisel to defeat Gondebad at Dijon in 500 at Dijon.3 Gundobald, rex Burgundionum was a witness where Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster involved in a dispute between the Burgundian Kings Gundobad and Godegisil in 500. Gundobald, rex Burgundionum was became sole ruler of Burgundy by eliminating his brother Godegisel who had conspired with Clovis of the Franks against him in 501.2 He witnessed the death of Godegisel, rex Burgundionum circa 501 at Vienne, France; Died after suffering the siege of his brother Gundobad, whom he had tried to betray to Clovis. He had fortified himself in the city, but when the provisions ran low, he ordered out all the commoners. One man expelled was the artisan of the aqueduct. This man went to Gundobad and led an army inside the city walls where it attacked the defenders from within. Godegisel sought refuge in the church of the heretics, and was slain there along with the Arian bishop.7 Gundobald, rex Burgundionum witnessed the death of Alaricus II, rex Gotthorum in 507 at Vouillé, Gaul; Killed in battle against Clovis I of the Franks and Gundobad of the Burgundians. He was a weak ruler, and his Arianism provided the excuse for war against him. Gundobald, rex Burgundionum was was a noteworthy lawmaker before 516. The most important act of Gundobad's reign in Burgundy was his promulgation, early in the 6th century, of two codes of law, the Lex Gundobada, applying to all his subjects, and, somewhat later, the Lex Romana Burgundionum, applying to his Roman subjects.2 He was an arian, but sympathetic to the Catholic Church. Though formally an Arian, Gundobad was in fact a secret Catholic sympathizer and enjoyed good relations with the orthodox clergy, as with the Romans in general over whom he ruled.2 He died circa 516.8,4

Family 1

Children

Family 2

Caretena (?) b. circa 444
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 380-52.
  2. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  3. [S246] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia.
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Gundobad (k. of Burgundy).
  5. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC.
  6. [S233] DIR, online http://www.roman-emperors.org/impindex.htm
  7. [S227] Bishop of Tours Gregory, GT.
  8. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 23, figure 1.
  9. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 67.
  10. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  11. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, Certain relationship..

Brenin Gwynedd Cadwallon Lawhir ab Einon o Gwynedd1,2

b. circa 450, d. circa 517
Brenin Gwynedd Cadwallon Lawhir ab Einon o Gwynedd|b. c 450\nd. c 517|p291.htm#i7981|Brenin Gwynedd Einion Yrth ap Cunedag o Gwynedd|b. 423|p90.htm#i11434|Prawst ferch Deithlyn of the Picts|b. c 420|p90.htm#i11436|Cunedda W. a. E. of Britain|b. c 380|p91.htm#i11473|Gwawl v. C. of Britain|b. c 384|p91.htm#i11474|Deithlyn of the Picts|b. c 390|p90.htm#i11449||||
FatherBrenin Gwynedd Einion Yrth ap Cunedag o Gwynedd3,2 b. 423
MotherPrawst ferch Deithlyn of the Picts b. circa 420
     Also called Catuvellaunus Latin. Brenin Gwynedd Cadwallon Lawhir ab Einon o Gwynedd also went by the name of Cadwallon "Long Hand" English, Lawhir = Long Hand. He was born circa 450. He is remembered in Arthurian literature as King Cradelmant of Northgalis, one of the eleven Kings who rebelled against High-King Arthur at the beginning of his reign.1 He was the son of Brenin Gwynedd Einion Yrth ap Cunedag o Gwynedd and Prawst ferch Deithlyn of the Picts.3,2 Chronicle of Ystrad Fflur 470: "In this year Cadwallon Lawhir defeated the Irish at Cerrig y Gwyddel."4 Brenin Gwynedd Cadwallon Lawhir ab Einon o Gwynedd married Meddyf ferch Maeldaf (?), daughter of Maeldaf (?) and N. N. of the Picts, before 480.1 Brenin Gwynedd Cadwallon Lawhir ab Einon o Gwynedd ruled from a palace at Bodysgollen circa 500 at Llanrhos.1 King of Gwynedd between 500 and 517. He moved his court to Ynys Mon and created the Royal Court at Aberffraw, on its west coast, before 517 at Anglesey. He died circa 517.1,2

Family

Meddyf ferch Maeldaf (?) b. circa 460
Child

Citations

  1. [S266] EBK, online http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/…
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Cunedda Wledig, 75.
  3. [S272] Francis Jones, Jones, F., pg. 12, Chart I, Dynasty of Cunedda (Line of Gwynedd).
  4. [S1383] The Chronicle of Ystrad Fflur, online www.webexcel.ndirect.co.uk/gwarnant/hanes/chronicle/chronicleintro.htm, 470.
  5. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Cunedda Wledig, 76.

Tonantius II Ferreolus, sénateur Narbonne1,2

b. say 450, d. after 517
Tonantius II Ferreolus, sénateur Narbonne|b. s 450\nd. a 517|p291.htm#i7675|Tonantius I Ferreolus, praefectus praetorio Galliarum|b. c 420|p61.htm#i7676|Papianille, clarissima femina|b. c 415|p61.htm#i7677|Ferreolus|b. s 390|p194.htm#i21732|clarissima femina (?) Syagria|b. s 390|p77.htm#i10074|||||||
FatherTonantius I Ferreolus, praefectus praetorio Galliarum b. circa 420
MotherPapianille, clarissima femina b. circa 415
     Also called Tonance Ferréol.3 Tonantius II Ferreolus, sénateur Narbonne was connected with the Aviti through his mother, Papianilla.4 He was born say 450. He was the son of Tonantius I Ferreolus, praefectus praetorio Galliarum and Papianille, clarissima femina. He was on the estates of his father when Sidonius Appolinarius visited. As Sidonius relates, "at Prusianum, as the other [estate] is called, [the young] Tonantius and his brothers turned out of their beds for us because we could not be always dragging our gear about: they are surely the elect among the nobles of our own age" between 461 and 467.5 Tonantius II Ferreolus, sénateur Narbonne was a witness where Gaïus Sollius Modestus Sidonius Apollinaris, bishop of Clermont sent a letter to his friend, Donidius, describing a visit he made, a "most delightful time in the most beautiful country in the company of Tonantius Ferreolus (the elder) and Apollinaris, the most charming hosts in the world" between 461 and 467.5 Tonantius II Ferreolus, sénateur Narbonne was present in 469 at Rome, Italy. He married Industria of Narbonne, daughter of Flavius Probus and Eulalie (?), before 475.6 Tonantius II Ferreolus, sénateur Narbonne was again present in 475 at Rome, Italy. Senator of Narbonne at Gaul between 479 and 517.3,6 Vir clarissimus between 507 and 511.6 He was visited by his cousin St. Apollinaris of Valence in 517.6 He died after 517.

Family

Industria of Narbonne b. circa 450
Child

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 180-3.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 236-50.
  3. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC, #528.
  4. [S962] Sidonius Apollinaris, Letters of Sidonius (orig.), pp. clx-clxxxiii; List of Correspondents - attribiuted to his father. But his father being grandson of the Consul Afranius Syagrius could only be through *his* mother.
  5. [S961] Letters of Sidonius, online http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/sidonius1.html
  6. [S965] Don Stone (e-mail address), Re: Gallo-Roman ancestors of Charlemagne in "Re: Gallo-Roman ancestors," newsgroup message 1998/03/11
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Anastasius I, imperator1

b. circa 430, d. 9 July 518
      Anastasius I, imperator was born circa 430 at Dyrrhachium, Epirus Vetus, (now Durrës), (Albania).2 He was the successor of Zeno, imperator; Emperor.1 Anastasius I, imperator succeeded Zeno, his wife's first husband, as Eastern Emperor in 491. Emperor at Eastern Roman Empire between 491 and 9 July 518.3 He married Ariadne of Byzantium, daughter of imperator Leo I "the Elder" Thrax Magnus and Verina (?), circa 492; Her 2nd (widow).1,2 Anastasius I, imperator was the predecessor of Justin I, imperator; Emperor.3 Anastasius I, imperator died on 9 July 518 at Constantinople, Eastern Roman Empire.1,2

Family

Ariadne of Byzantium b. before 457, d. 515

Citations

  1. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 78, genealogy table 3..
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Anastasius I (Byz. emp.).
  3. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html

Ostrogotho Areagni1,2

b. before 475, d. circa 520
Ostrogotho Areagni|b. b 475\nd. c 520|p291.htm#i10254|Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae|b. c 454\nd. 30 Aug 526|p291.htm#i9760|N. N. of Moesia|b. c 463|p74.htm#i9768|Thiudimir, pietas|b. c 413\nd. 471|p289.htm#i9762|Ereleuva , a concubine|b. c 423|p74.htm#i9763|||||||
FatherTheudericus Magnus, rex Italiae3,4,5 b. circa 454, d. 30 August 526
MotherN. N. of Moesia3,4,5 b. circa 463
     Also called d' Ostrogotha Perhaps not a name, but an origin.6 Ostrogotho Areagni was born before 475. She was the daughter of Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae and N. N. of Moesia.3,4,5 Ostrogotho Areagni married Sigismund, King of the Burgundians, son of Gundobald, rex Burgundionum and Caretena (?), before 492; His 1st. Her 1st.4,7 Ostrogotho Areagni died circa 520.4

Family

Sigismund, King of the Burgundians b. circa 462, d. 524
Children

Citations

  1. [S242] Imperium, online http://www.ghgcorp.com/shetler/oldimp/
  2. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2.
  3. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 132, genealogy table 4..
  4. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  5. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24-25, figure 2.
  6. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 61.
  7. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 25, figure 2.

Dywel ab Erbin o Dumnonia1

d. circa 520
Dywel ab Erbin o Dumnonia|d. c 520|p291.htm#i25075|King of Dumnonia Geraint Llyngesog ab Erbin o Dumnonia|b. c 448|p279.htm#i11897|Gwyar ferch Amlawdd (?)|b. c 450|p97.htm#i11915|King of Dumnonia Erbin a. C. o Dumnonia|b. c 427|p97.htm#i11898||||||||||
FatherKing of Dumnonia Geraint Llyngesog ab Erbin o Dumnonia1 b. circa 448
MotherGwyar ferch Amlawdd (?)1 b. circa 450
     Dywel ab Erbin o Dumnonia was the son of King of Dumnonia Geraint Llyngesog ab Erbin o Dumnonia and Gwyar ferch Amlawdd (?).1 Dywel ab Erbin o Dumnonia was said to have served with the legenary King Arthur.1 He died circa 520.1

Citations

  1. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm

Brenin Rhôs Owain Ddantgwyn ab Einon o Gwynedd1

b. circa 450, d. circa 520
Brenin Rhôs Owain Ddantgwyn ab Einon o Gwynedd|b. c 450\nd. c 520|p291.htm#i11435|Brenin Gwynedd Einion Yrth ap Cunedag o Gwynedd|b. 423|p90.htm#i11434||||Cunedda W. a. E. of Britain|b. c 380|p91.htm#i11473|Gwawl v. C. of Britain|b. c 384|p91.htm#i11474|||||||
FatherBrenin Gwynedd Einion Yrth ap Cunedag o Gwynedd b. 423
     Also called Eugenius Latin. Also called Owen "White-Tooth" English, Ddantgwyn = White-Tooth. Brenin Rhôs Owain Ddantgwyn ab Einon o Gwynedd was born circa 450. He was the son of Brenin Gwynedd Einion Yrth ap Cunedag o Gwynedd. King of Rhôs at Gwynedd, Northwest Wales, between 480 and 517.1,2 Brenin Rhôs Owain Ddantgwyn ab Einon o Gwynedd died circa 520. Murdered by his nephew, Mælgwn Gwynedd, according to Gildas. so that Mælgwn could sieze the crown.

Family

Child

Exilarch Mar Zutra II ben Huna beni David1

d. 520
Exilarch Mar Zutra II ben Huna beni David|d. 520|p291.htm#i12966|Exilarch Mar Huna VI ben Kahana beni David||p111.htm#i13314||||Exilarch Kahana I. b. Z. beni David||p111.htm#i13315||||||||||
FatherExilarch Mar Huna VI ben Kahana beni David2
     Exilarch Mar Zutra II ben Huna beni David was the son of Exilarch Mar Huna VI ben Kahana beni David.2 Also called Exilarch Mar Zutra II of Babylon.1 Exilarch Mar Zutra II ben Huna beni David was the successor of Exilarch Mar Huna VI ben Kahana beni David; Exilarch.1,3 Exilarch Mar Zutra II ben Huna beni David revolted against the fanatic Kobad the Zenduk, establishing a Jewish state in Babylon with its capital as Mahoza, which lasted seven years between 501 and 508 at Babylon.4 Exilarch at Babylon between 508 and 520.1 He died in 520. The state lasted for seven years at the end of which the Jews were defeated and Mar Zutra was crucified to death. He was the predecessor of Exilarch Mar Ahunai ben Zutra beni David; Exilarch.1,5

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S920] ., "Babylonian Exilarchs Tree," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart (91), Thursday, May 17, 2001 6:27 PM.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url.
  3. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Mesopotamia & Arabia, the Resh Galuta.
  4. [S1269] History of the Jewish People, online http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/top.htm, 501.
  5. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Mesopotamia & Arabia, the Resh Galuta, 520 ? -531 (-c. 560).
  6. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-49.

Eustere1

b. circa 494, d. 521
Eustere|b. c 494\nd. 521|p291.htm#i10131|Alaricus II, rex Gotthorum|b. c 460\nd. 507|p290.htm#i9771|Thiudigotho|b. c 476\nd. 524|p291.htm#i9759|Euric, rex Gotthorum|b. c 440\nd. 484|p290.htm#i10148|Ragnahild (?)||p173.htm#i19478|Theudericus M., rex Italiae|b. c 454\nd. 30 Aug 526|p291.htm#i9760|N. N. of Moesia|b. c 463|p74.htm#i9768|
FatherAlaricus II, rex Gotthorum1,2 b. circa 460, d. 507
MotherThiudigotho1 b. circa 476, d. 524
     Eustere is identified as unknown, without any idea of origin, by Settipani.3 She was born circa 494.1,2 She was the daughter of Alaricus II, rex Gotthorum and Thiudigotho.1,2 Eustere associated with Theudericus I, King of Franks, in Austrasia, son of Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Princess of Cologne, in 511; His 1st.2 Eustere died in 521.1,2

Family

Theudericus I, King of Franks, in Austrasia b. 485, d. 534
Child

Citations

  1. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  3. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 60.

Sigeric1,2

b. circa 492, d. 522
Sigeric|b. c 492\nd. 522|p291.htm#i16114|Sigismund, King of the Burgundians|b. c 462\nd. 524|p291.htm#i9758|Ostrogotho Areagni|b. b 475\nd. c 520|p291.htm#i10254|Gundobald, rex Burgundionum|b. c 433\nd. c 516|p291.htm#i9729|Caretena (?)|b. c 444|p78.htm#i10127|Theudericus M., rex Italiae|b. c 454\nd. 30 Aug 526|p291.htm#i9760|N. N. of Moesia|b. c 463|p74.htm#i9768|
FatherSigismund, King of the Burgundians1,3 b. circa 462, d. 524
MotherOstrogotho Areagni1,3 b. before 475, d. circa 520
     Sigeric was born circa 492. He was the son of Sigismund, King of the Burgundians and Ostrogotho Areagni.1,3 Sigeric died in 522. Killed by his father at the prompting of the his jealous step-mother.1,4

Citations

  1. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  2. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2.
  3. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 25, figure 2.
  4. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2 ("522").

Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li

b. 440, d. 522
Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li|b. 440\nd. 522|p291.htm#i25461|Mihrdat V, King of K'art'li|d. 447|p288.htm#i25463|Sagduxt of Ran||p221.htm#i25487|Arch'il, King of K'art'li|d. 435|p288.htm#i25465||||erist'avi of Ran Barzabod of Ran||p221.htm#i25488||||
FatherMihrdat V, King of K'art'li1 d. 447
MotherSagduxt of Ran1
     "Now Vaxt'ang made a helmet fashioned of gold and on it, images of a wolf and a lion. During battle [the enemy] would see and recognize [the helmet] and say: 'Stay away from the wolf and the lion.' And they called him Gurgasal, that is Wolf-Lion in Persian."2,3 Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li was devout in the Christian religion.4 Also called Varazxosrovt'ang Iranian.1 Also called Vaxt'ang of Kartli Georgian.1 He was the successor of Mihrdat V, King of K'art'li; 32nd King of Kartli.5 Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li was born in 440.6 He was the son of Mihrdat V, King of K'art'li and Sagduxt of Ran.1 Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li came to the throne at the age of seven in 447?.7 33rd King of Kartli at Sassanid Empire, Transcaucasia, between 447 and 522.8 He vowed to retake Kartli from the Ossetians, and requesting aid from his mother's brother, Varaz-bakur, who sent 12,000 armed men, he himself assembled 160,000 cavalry and infantry and prayed for seven days, fasting and keeping night vigils and giving alms to the needy.4 He was led his army against the Osetins (Alans) in the North Caucasus circa 456.7 He was a witness where naxarar of Taron Hamazasp II Mamikonean present with Vaxt'ang, King of Iberia, rode through Armenia.4 Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li was a witness where Hormazd III, Shah of Iran sent a letter to Vaxt'ang of Iberia: "From Ormzd Shahijan to Vaxt'ang Varnxosrovt'ang, champion of ten kings, rejoice! I have done as you requested. Grow strong and remain brave. Go against the Byzantines and take your uncle with you."4 "Vaxtang set out and stopped in T'ianet'i. There all the kings of the Caucasus joined him, 50,000 cavalry. He advanced in the name of God and crossed the pass of Darialan (Persian "Dar-i-alan", Gate of Alans). On his entry into Ossetia Vaxtang was 16 years old. Then the kings of Ossetia assembled their troops and were joined by a force from Xazaret'i. They met him on the river which flows from the Darialan and descends into the valley of Ossetia."9 Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li sent presents to the King of Iran--20,000 horses and 10,000 servants through the chief priest, and he requested his daughter in marriage.4 He was sent a letter by the King of Iran: "From Ormzd Shahijan to Vaxt'ang Varnxosrovt'ang, champion of ten kings, rejoice! I have done as you requested. Grow strong and remain brave. Go against the Byzantines and take your uncle with you.".4 He married Balendukht Sassanid, daughter of Hormazd III, Shah of Iran, circa 458; From this union descend the elder branch of the Chosroids of Kakhetia.7,4,10 Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li joined the Iranian Great King in another campaign against Roman west Georgia in 472.7 He was a witness where Vahan I Mamikonean, Marzpan of Armenia led a revolt against the Persians which secured religious and political freedom for Armenia in return for military aid to Persia between 481 and 484.11 Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li reversed his political orientation, breaking with Iran, and putting to death Iran's most faithful vassal, Varsken-Sarshusha's son and the new vitaxa (viceroy) of Gogarene in 482.7 He witnessed the death of erist'avi of Ran Vask'en of Ran in 482; Put to death by King Vakhtang of Iberia.7 Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li formed an alliance with Byzantium, which was sealed by his marriage to Helena.7 He built a church at Nik'oz over the martyrium of Razhden the Iranian nourisher of Vaxt'ang's first wife, [a man] who believed in Christ, was persecuted for the faith by the Iranians but did not renounce Christ.3 He had three sons and one daughter from [his wife] Helen.3 He was forced to flee to eastern Georgia, on his failed revolt with Prince Vahan against Iran, in 484.7 He married Helena of Byzantium, daughter of imperator Leo I "the Elder" Thrax Magnus and Verina (?), between 484 and 486; From this union descend the Guaramids, or the younger branch of the Chosroid-Mihranid royal house of Iberia.12,7,13 Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li died in 522 at Lazica at age 82 years. "Vaxt'ang arose with 240,000 troops against the Iranians' 740,000 on a gloomy day, and destroyed them until the king's entreaty, and killed [the king's] son Bartom (Bartam), although the Iranian king escaped. But an Iranian fatally wounded that brave Vaxt'ang in the side. [Vaxt'ang], taking heart, quit the battle triumphantly killing 130,000 of them, and then went to Ujarma."14,15 He was the predecessor of Dach'i, King of K'art'li; 34th King of Kartli.16 Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li was buried in Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, Mts'xet'a, Georgia, Transcaucasia.3,17

Family 1

Balendukht Sassanid b. circa 445?
Child

Family 2

Helena of Byzantium b. circa 470?
Children

Citations

  1. [S324] Robert Bedrosian (translator), The Georgian Chronicle (from Armenian), Chap. 12.
  2. [S1166] Persians in Georgia, online http://library.thinkquest.org/29369/Persians%20in%20Georgia/…
  3. [S324] Robert Bedrosian (translator), The Georgian Chronicle (from Armenian), Chap. 14.
  4. [S324] Robert Bedrosian (translator), The Georgian Chronicle (from Armenian), Chap. 13.
  5. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 380, 435-47.
  6. [S324] Robert Bedrosian (translator), The Georgian Chronicle (from Armenian), Chap. 12 - 7 when his father died in 447.
  7. [S1164] Ronald Grigor Suny, Suny, pg. 23.
  8. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 380, 447-522.
  9. [S1243] Giorgi Leon Kavtaradze, "Caucasia II", pg. 196, per The Life of King Vaxtang Gorgasali (I, 151)..
  10. [S1641] Cyril Toumanoff, Toumanoff's Studies, pg. 253, c 458.
  11. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Armenia: The marzpans.
  12. [S1163] John FR Wright, Tbilisi, pg. 14.
  13. [S1641] Cyril Toumanoff, Toumanoff's Studies, pg. 254, 485/486.
  14. [S324] Robert Bedrosian (translator), The Georgian Chronicle (from Armenian), Chap. 14, A.D. 522.
  15. [S1164] Ronald Grigor Suny, Suny, pg. 24.
  16. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 380, 522-34.
  17. [S1175] Marina Bulia and Mzia Janjalia, Mtskheta, pg. 89.
  18. [S1641] Cyril Toumanoff, Toumanoff's Studies, Table between 418 & 419.
  19. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 229.
  20. [S1641] Cyril Toumanoff, Toumanoff's Studies, pg. 254.

Eutharic Cilliga

b. circa 490, d. between 522 and 523
Eutharic Cilliga|b. c 490\nd. bt 522 - 523|p291.htm#i9784|Videric|b. c 460|p75.htm#i9825||||Berimund|b. c 430|p75.htm#i9826||||||||||
FatherVideric1,2 b. circa 460
     Eutharic Cilliga was born circa 490. He was the son of Videric.1,2 Eutharic Cilliga married Amalasuintha, daughter of Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae and Audofledis des Francs Saliens, circa 514; 5th cousins, 1x removed. "...whose race was thus joined to hers in kinship." Both were descendents of Amal.3,2 Eutharic Cilliga died between 522 and 523.4,2

Family

Amalasuintha b. after 494, d. 535
Children

Citations

  1. [S228] Jordanes, Jordanes' Getica, XIV-81.
  2. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 25, figure 2.
  3. [S228] Jordanes, Jordanes' Getica, XIV-80.
  4. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  5. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 132, genealogy table 4..

Thrasamund, King of the Vandals1

b. circa 450, d. 523
Thrasamund, King of the Vandals|b. c 450\nd. 523|p291.htm#i9774|Gento Asdingi|b. a 428|p78.htm#i10109||||Gaiseric, King of the Vandals|b. c 389\nd. 25 Jan 477|p289.htm#i10108||||||||||
FatherGento Asdingi2,1 b. after 428
     Thrasamund, King of the Vandals was born circa 450. He was the son of Gento Asdingi.2,1 Thrasamund, King of the Vandals married Amalafrida, daughter of Thiudimir, pietas and Ereleuva , a concubine, after 488; Her 2nd. Arranged by her brother to extend the Ostrogoth's influence.2,3,4,1 King of the Vandals at Maghrib, North Africa, between 496 and 523. Thrasamund, King of the Vandals died in 523.2,3

Family

Amalafrida b. circa 443
Child

Citations

  1. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 164, figure 3.
  2. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 132, genealogy table 4..
  3. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  4. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2.

Brenin Glywyssing Gwynllyw ap Glywys o Glywyssing1

b. circa 466, d. 523
Brenin Glywyssing Gwynllyw ap Glywys o Glywyssing|b. c 466\nd. 523|p291.htm#i12045|Brenin Ergyng Glywys Cernyw ap Solor|b. c 435|p97.htm#i11910|Gwawl verch Ceredig o Ceredigion|b. c 450|p97.htm#i11916|Brenin Cernyw Solor a. M. o Cernyw|b. c 398|p97.htm#i11911||||Brenin Ceredigion Ceredig a. C. o Ceredigion|b. c 421|p93.htm#i11642|Meleri v. B. o Brycheiniog|b. c 435|p93.htm#i11643|
FatherBrenin Ergyng Glywys Cernyw ap Solor1 b. circa 435
MotherGwawl verch Ceredig o Ceredigion1 b. circa 450
     Also called King Gwynlliw of Glywyssing. Brenin Glywyssing Gwynllyw ap Glywys o Glywyssing was born circa 466.1 He was the son of Brenin Ergyng Glywys Cernyw ap Solor and Gwawl verch Ceredig o Ceredigion.1 Brenin Glywyssing Gwynllyw ap Glywys o Glywyssing married St. Gwladys verch Brychan o Brycheiniog, daughter of Brenin Brycheiniog St. Brychan ab Anllach o Brycheiniog and Prawst verch Tudwal o Dumnonia, before 497.1 Brenin Glywyssing Gwynllyw ap Glywys o Glywyssing married Ceingar verch Brychan o Brycheiniog, daughter of Brenin Brycheiniog St. Brychan ab Anllach o Brycheiniog and Prawst verch Tudwal o Dumnonia, after 502.1 Brenin Glywyssing Gwynllyw ap Glywys o Glywyssing died in 523.1

Family 1

St. Gwladys verch Brychan o Brycheiniog b. circa 460
Children

Family 2

Ceingar verch Brychan o Brycheiniog b. circa 465

rí Mumhan Eochaidh mac Áengusa Éoganachta1

d. 523
rí Mumhan Eochaidh mac Áengusa Éoganachta|d. 523|p291.htm#i14163|rí Mumhan Áengus mac Nad Froích Éoganachta|b. bt 432 - 453\nd. 489 or 490|p290.htm#i14164|N. N. (?)||p127.htm#i14841|rí Mumhan Nad F. m. C. Eóghanachta||p120.htm#i14167|Faochan of Britain||p127.htm#i14835|||||||
Fatherrí Mumhan Áengus mac Nad Froích Éoganachta2 b. between 432 and 453, d. 489 or 490
MotherN. N. (?)3
     Rí Mumhan Eochaidh mac Áengusa Éoganachta was the ancestor of Cinel Fionghuine i.e., Eoghanacht of Glennamhain (the O'Keefes).3 He was Eochaidh, son of Aenghus.2 He was born. 2nd son.3 He was the son of rí Mumhan Áengus mac Nad Froích Éoganachta and N. N. (?).2,3 Rí Mumhan Eochaidh mac Áengusa Éoganachta was the third Christian King of Munster, and the ancestor of O'Keeffe.4 He married Dearcon (?).3 Rí Mumhan Eochaidh mac Áengusa Éoganachta was the successor of rí Mumhan Feidlimid mac Áengusa Eóghanacht Chaisil; 2nd Christian King of Munster.4 King of Munster at Ireland before 523.2 Annals of the Four Masters 523: "Eochaidh, son of Aenghus, King of Munster, died. / Eochaidh, mac Aonghusa, righ Mumhan, d'écc." ( (an unknown value)).2 Rí Mumhan Eochaidh mac Áengusa Éoganachta died in 523.2

Family

Dearcon (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S470] Prince of Desmond The MacCarthy Mór, "Eóghanacht Kings of Munster".
  2. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M523.3.
  3. [S303] Eoghanacht Genealogies, ., 1703 unknown repository.
  4. [S310] John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees, Vol I, pg. 70.
  5. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Heber Finn, 96.

Sigismund, King of the Burgundians

b. circa 462, d. 524
Sigismund, King of the Burgundians|b. c 462\nd. 524|p291.htm#i9758|Gundobald, rex Burgundionum|b. c 433\nd. c 516|p291.htm#i9729|Caretena (?)|b. c 444|p78.htm#i10127|Gundiok, rex Burgundionum|b. c 413\nd. bt 473 - 474|p289.htm#i9728|daughter of the Suevi|b. c 418|p74.htm#i9754|||||||
FatherGundobald, rex Burgundionum1 b. circa 433, d. circa 516
MotherCaretena (?) b. circa 444
      Sigismund, King of the Burgundians was born circa 462. He was the son of Gundobald, rex Burgundionum and Caretena (?).1 Sigismund, King of the Burgundians married Ostrogotho Areagni, daughter of Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae and N. N. of Moesia, before 492; His 1st. Her 1st.1,2 King of the Burgundians between 516 and 524.3 Sigismund, King of the Burgundians witnessed the death of Sigeric in 522; Killed by his father at the prompting of the his jealous step-mother.1,4 Sigismund, King of the Burgundians was a witness where King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens captured the the Burgundian King, Sigismund, and the Kings family, and put them all to death in 523 at Coulmiers, near Orléans.5 Sigismund, King of the Burgundians died in 523.1 He died in 524 at Coulmiers, near Orléans. Killed by the Frankish King, Chlodomir.6

Family

Ostrogotho Areagni b. before 475, d. circa 520
Children

Citations

  1. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  2. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 25, figure 2.
  3. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC.
  4. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2 ("522").
  5. [S246] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia.
  6. [S234] Germania and Francia, online http://www.friesian.com/francia.htm
  7. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  8. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 61.

Thiudigotho1

b. circa 476, d. 524
Thiudigotho|b. c 476\nd. 524|p291.htm#i9759|Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae|b. c 454\nd. 30 Aug 526|p291.htm#i9760|N. N. of Moesia|b. c 463|p74.htm#i9768|Thiudimir, pietas|b. c 413\nd. 471|p289.htm#i9762|Ereleuva , a concubine|b. c 423|p74.htm#i9763|||||||
FatherTheudericus Magnus, rex Italiae1,2 b. circa 454, d. 30 August 526
MotherN. N. of Moesia3,1 b. circa 463
     Also called Thiudigoto. Thiudigotho was born circa 476. She was the daughter of Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae and N. N. of Moesia.1,2,3 Thiudigotho married Alaricus II, rex Gotthorum, son of Euric, rex Gotthorum and Ragnahild (?), before 494; His 2nd.4,3,1,5,2 Thiudigotho was a witness where King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens captured the the Burgundian King, Sigismund, and the Kings family, and put them all to death in 523 at Coulmiers, near Orléans.6 Thiudigotho died in 524 at Coulmiers, near Orléans. Killed by the Merovingian King, Chlodomir along with her husband and children.6

Family

Alaricus II, rex Gotthorum b. circa 460, d. 507
Children

Citations

  1. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2.
  2. [S75] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1979, pg. 203.
  3. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 132, genealogy table 4..
  4. [S228] Jordanes, Jordanes' Getica.
  5. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 23, figure 1.
  6. [S246] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia.
  7. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC.
  8. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 59.
  9. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.

banab Chille Dara Brigid ingen Dubhtaich Uí Éremóin1

b. 439, d. between 524 and 528
banab Chille Dara Brigid ingen Dubhtaich Uí Éremóin|b. 439\nd. bt 524 - 528|p291.htm#i21155|Dubhtach mac Demri Uí Éremóin||p191.htm#i21154||||Demri m. B. Uí Éremóin||p191.htm#i21153||||||||||
FatherDubhtach mac Demri Uí Éremóin1
     Banab Chille Dara Brigid ingen Dubhtaich Uí Éremóin was born of a noble father and a slave mother.2 She was sold along with her mother to a Druid, whom she later converted to Christianity.2 She was set free and returned to her father, who tried to marry her to the King of Ulster; but impressed by her piety, the King removed her from parental control, and according to the Liber Hymnorum (10th century), the Curragh, a plain in Kildare, was granted by this King to St. Brigit, and where at Kildare she founded the first nunnery in Ireland.2 Also called Saint Brigit of Ireland. Also called Bride.2 Annals of Monte Fernando 439: "Beata Brigida nascitur."3 She was born in 439 at or 0452, or 456, (traditionally) Fochart, near Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland.4,5,6,7 She was the daughter of Dubhtach mac Demri Uí Éremóin.1 Annals of Ulster 439: "Or that on this Kalend, the birth of Brigit should be. / Uel comadh air in (Kl.)-so geineamhuin Br."5 Annals of Ulster 452: "Here some place the birth of St. Brigit. / Hic alii dicunt natiuitatem Sancte Brigide."6 Patron Saint of Ireland on 1 February 523.1 Banab Chille Dara Brigid ingen Dubhtaich Uí Éremóin died between 524 and 528 at Kildare, County Kildare, Ireland.2 Annals of the Four Masters 525: "Saint Brighit, virgin, Abbess of Cill Dara, died. It was to her Cill Dara was first granted, and by her it was founded. Brighit was she who never turned her mind or attention from the Lord for the space of one hour, but was constantly meditating and thinking of him in her heart and mind, as is evident in her own Life, and in the Life of St. Brenainn, Bishop of Cluain Fearta. She spent her time diligently serving the Lord, performing wonders and miracles, healing every disease and every malady, as her Life relates, until she resigned her spirit to heaven, the first day of the month of February; and her body was interred at Dun, in the same tomb with Patrick, with honour and veneration. / S. Brighit ogh, banab Chille Dara d'écc. As di-sidhe cetus ro h-iodhbradh Cill Dara, & ba lé con-rodacht. As í Brighit tra ná tucc a meanmain ná a h-inntheifimh as in coimdheadh eadh n-aonuaire riamh acht a siorluadh, & a siorsmuaineadh do grés ina cridhe & menmain, amhail as errderc ina bethaidh fein, & i m-bethaidh naoimh Brenainn, espucc Cluana Ferta. Ro thochaith imorro a h-aimsir acc foghnamh go diochra don coimdhe, ag denomh fert & miorbhal, ag slánucchadh gach galair & gach tedhma archena, amhail aisnéidhes a betha, go ro faoidh a spirat do chum nimhe, an céd lá do mí Febhru, & ro h-adhnacht a corp i n-Dún i n-aon-tumba la Patraicc, co n-onoir & co n-airmidin." ( (an unknown value)).8 Banab Chille Dara Brigid ingen Dubhtaich Uí Éremóin was buried in Dun. She was buried in the same tomb as St. Patrick.8

Citations

  1. [S310] John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees, Vol I, pg. 43.
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "Brigit Of Ireland, Saint".
  3. [S1105] Margaret Lantry, AMF, MF439.1.
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "Brigit Of Ireland, Saint" for place only.
  5. [S897] [unknown], AU, U439.2.
  6. [S897] [unknown], AU, U452.1.
  7. [S897] [unknown], AU, U456.1.
  8. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M525.2.

King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens1,2

b. between 494 and 495, d. 21 June 524
King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens|b. bt 494 - 495\nd. 21 Jun 524|p291.htm#i8129|Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 466\nd. 27 Nov 511|p290.htm#i7917|Chrotechildis|b. 475\nd. 3 Jun 545|p292.htm#i7918|Childericus I., rex Francorum|b. c 436\nd. 481|p290.htm#i7919|Basena, Frankenkönigin|b. c 440|p62.htm#i7920|Chilpéric I., rex Burgundionum|b. c 443\nd. c 486|p290.htm#i9725|Caretena (?)|b. c 448\nd. 506|p290.htm#i9726|
FatherChlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster1,3,4 b. circa 466, d. 27 November 511
MotherChrotechildis1,3,4 b. 475, d. 3 June 545
      Also called Clodomir.2 King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens professed Catholicism. He was born between 494 and 495.2 He was the son of Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Chrotechildis.1,3,4 King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens was baptized; Baptized into the Catholic face by his mother Chlotilda who convinced his father to allow her to do so despite the fact this his brother< Ingomir, was baptized and then had died.5 He shared in the fourfold partition of his father's kingdom, he received lands in western and central France; his was the only one of the four kingdoms to form a single geographical unit on both sides of the Loire River, in 511. King of Franks at Orléans, Neustria, Frankish Kingdoms, between 27 November 511 and 524.6,2 He married Guntheuca des Burgondes, daughter of Gundobald, rex Burgundionum, in 514 at or 521; Her 1st.1,2 King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens attacked his eastern neighbours, the Burgundians circa 523. His two full brothers, Chlotar I and Childebert I, were allies. He captured the the Burgundian King, Sigismund, and the Kings family, and put them all to death in 523 at Coulmiers, near Orléans.5 He and Theudericus I, King of Franks, in Austrasia were campaigned against the Visigoths circa 524. King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens witnessed the death of Sigismund, King of the Burgundians in 524 at Coulmiers, near Orléans; Killed by the Frankish King, Chlodomir.7 King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens died on 21 June 524 at Vézeronce, Vienne, France. In the year following his first attack on the Burgundians, Clodomir resumed the attack, this time with his half-brother, Theodoric I. He was killed at the battle of Vézeronce, where king Godomer, Sigismund's brother, was his opponent.2 He was a witness where Godomar, rex Burgundionum killed the Merovingian King, Chlodomir, who was responsible for his brother Sigismund's death on 25 June 524 at Vezeronce, Vienne.

Family

Guntheuca des Burgondes b. circa 490, d. 532
Children

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 66.
  3. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  4. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 57.
  5. [S246] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia.
  6. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table I.
  7. [S234] Germania and Francia, online http://www.friesian.com/francia.htm

Berthachar, King of the Thuringians1

b. circa 460, d. circa 525
Berthachar, King of the Thuringians|b. c 460\nd. c 525|p291.htm#i10270|Bisin, Thüringerkönig|b. c 400|p62.htm#i7921|Basena, Frankenkönigin|b. c 440|p62.htm#i7920|||||||N. N. the Thuringian||p84.htm#i10736|N. N. (?)||p84.htm#i10737|
FatherBisin, Thüringerkönig b. circa 400
MotherBasena, Frankenkönigin2 b. circa 440
     Also called Thüringer-König Berthar von Thüringen.3 Also called Bertaire.1 Berthachar, King of the Thuringians was born circa 460. He was the son of Bisin, Thüringerkönig and Basena, Frankenkönigin.2 Berthachar, King of the Thuringians died circa 525. Assassinated by his brother, Hermanfrid.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 70.
  2. [S242] Imperium, online http://www.ghgcorp.com/shetler/oldimp/
  3. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, FAMILIE DER MEROWINGER.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 303-50.
  5. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/

Hmayeak II Mamikonean, Nakharar of Taron

b. circa 490, d. 525
Hmayeak II Mamikonean, Nakharar of Taron|b. c 490\nd. 525|p291.htm#i5957|Vard Patrik Mamikonean, Patriarch of Armenia|b. 450\nd. 509|p290.htm#i5959||||St. Hmayeak Mamikonean|b. c 410\nd. 2 Jun 451|p288.htm#i5961|Dzuik Arcruni|b. c 425|p51.htm#i5962|||||||
FatherVard Patrik Mamikonean, Patriarch of Armenia b. 450, d. 509
     Hmayeak II Mamikonean, Nakharar of Taron was born circa 490.1,2 He was the son of Vard Patrik Mamikonean, Patriarch of Armenia. Hmayeak II Mamikonean, Nakharar of Taron died in 525.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S664] Pas on Xerxes, online ..
  2. [S1037] DFA (Bagrat), online http://www.ut.ee/~votan/articles/bagrat.htm
    , Part 2, V.

Cairell Coscrach mac Muiredaig, rí Uladh1

d. 526
Cairell Coscrach mac Muiredaig, rí Uladh|d. 526|p291.htm#i15387|Muiredach Muindeirg mac Forgo, rí Uladh|d. 479|p289.htm#i15388||||Forga m. D. Dál Fiatach|d. 455|p289.htm#i17259||||||||||
FatherMuiredach Muindeirg mac Forgo, rí Uladh2 d. 479
     Cairell Coscrach mac Muiredaig, rí Uladh was the son of Muiredach Muindeirg mac Forgo, rí Uladh.2 Cairell Coscrach mac Muiredaig, rí Uladh was the son of Muireadhach Muindearg.3 King of Uladh at Ulster, Ireland, before 526.3 He died in 526.

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, GENELACH LEITHI CATHAIL. 1693.
  2. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, 1693.
  3. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M526.4.
  4. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, 1686.
  5. [S297] Unknown, AT, T568.2.

Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae1,2,3

b. circa 454, d. 30 August 526
Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae|b. c 454\nd. 30 Aug 526|p291.htm#i9760|Thiudimir, pietas|b. c 413\nd. 471|p289.htm#i9762|Ereleuva , a concubine|b. c 423|p74.htm#i9763|Vandalarius, Conqueror of the Vandals|b. c 383|p74.htm#i9764||||||||||
FatherThiudimir, pietas4,5,6,3 b. circa 413, d. 471
MotherEreleuva , a concubine5,6,3 b. circa 423
     "He sent an embassy to Lodoin, king of the Franks, and asked for his daughter Audefleda in marriage. Lodoin freely and gladly gave her, and also his sons Celdebert and Heldebert and Thiudebert, believing that by this alliance a league would be formed and that they would be associated with the race of the Goths." Sapientia.3 Also called Theoderic l' Amale French.7 Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae was born circa 454. He was the son of Thiudimir, pietas and Ereleuva , a concubine.4,5,6,3 Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae was was, at age seven, offered to the Romans as a hostage of peace in 461. "From the Goths the Romans received as a hostage of peace Theodoric, the young child of Thiudimer, whom we have mentioned above. He had now attained the age of seven years and was entering upon his eighth. While his father hesitated about giving him up, his uncle Valamir besought him to do it, hoping that peace between the Romans and the Goths might thus be assured. Therefore Theodoric was given as a hostage by the Goths and brought to the city of Constantinople to the Emperor Leo and, being a goodly child, deservedly gained the imperial favor."1 He was lived a comfortable life in the court of Emperor Zeno of Byzantium between 461 and 475. However, he had heard that his people, the Ostrogoth's were facing pressures from the Huns and other tribes, and he asked that Zeno give him permission to return to his people and lead them to new territory. "Although the Emperor was grieved that he should go, yet when he heard this he granted what Theodoric asked, for he was unwilling to cause him sorrow. He sent him forth enriched by great gifts and commended to his charge the Senate and the Roman People."1 He associated with N. N. of Moesia between 474 and 488; Concubine.5,8 Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae was moved the Ostrogoths westwards from Pannonia and resettled between 475 and 488 at Moesia. He was Consul in 484. He was continued the Ostrogoth's westward migrating and invades Italy, killing Odoacer, the first barbarian ruler, in 488. This continued migration was to stay ahead of the Huns who in 446 began conquering Pannonia. He married Audofledis des Francs Saliens, daughter of Childericus I, rex Francorum and Basena, Frankenkönigin, circa 492; (His 2nd.).9,10,11,3,12 "Et quia Theudericus rex Italiae sororem Chlodovei in matrimonium habuit, ex qua parvulam filiam cum uxore reliquit, cum mater ei regis filium sociandum provideret, a servo, nomine Tranquillane , accipitur."12 Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae was assumed leadership of the Romans"It was in the third year after his entrance into Italy, as we have said, that Theodoric, by advice of the Emperor Zeno, laid aside the garb of a private citizen and the dress of his race and assumed a costume with a royal mantle, as he had now become the ruler over both Goths and Romans." In 493.1 He was a witness where King Rodulf of the Herulians elected to "son of arms" by Theoderic the Great after 493.13 King of the Ostrogoths at Italy between 493 and 526.14,7 King of Italy in 497. Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae was acknowledged as "King of Italy" by the Emperor Anastasius. In 497. He associated with Theodora (?) before 505; Concubine. Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae was a witness where Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster took possession of the Visigoth Kingdom as far as the Pyrenees and the Rhone River after 507.15 Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae was a witness where Athalaric, King of the Ostrogoths appointed king by his grandfather in 526.1 Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae died on 30 August 526 at Italy.9,16,17

Family 1

N. N. of Moesia b. circa 463
Children

Family 2

Audofledis des Francs Saliens b. circa 469, d. 30 April 535
Child

Family 3

Theodora (?) b. circa 480
Child

Citations

  1. [S228] Jordanes, Jordanes' Getica.
  2. [S253] Peter Heather, Heather, P..
  3. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2.
  4. [S228] Jordanes, Jordanes' Getica, XIV-80.
  5. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 132, genealogy table 4..
  6. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  7. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 61.
  8. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2 (1st, concubine).
  9. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC.
  10. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 52.
  11. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97 - ca. 495.
  12. [S1196] Historia Francorum, online http://hbar.phys.msu.su/gorm/chrons/georflor.htm, XLIV.
  13. [S714] Barbarian List, online http://hem.passagen.se/rursus/barbar.html
  14. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  15. [S246] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia.
  16. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 53.
  17. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2 ("526").
  18. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24-25, figure 2.
  19. [S75] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1979, pg. 203.
  20. [S235] Paternal Ancestry of H. B. James, online, I Copyright (c) Homer Beers James 1996 - In web form by P. McBride (mailto:e-mail address).

rí Laigen Illann mac Dúnlainge Uí Éremóin1

b. circa 466, d. circa 527
rí Laigen Illann mac Dúnlainge Uí Éremóin|b. c 466\nd. c 527|p291.htm#i12480|rí Laigin Dúnlaing mac Énnai Niad Uí Éremóin||p99.htm#i12038||||Enna N. m. B. B. Uí Éremóin||p102.htm#i12481||||||||||
Fatherrí Laigin Dúnlaing mac Énnai Niad Uí Éremóin1
     King of Laigen at Leinster, Ireland. Rí Laigen Illann mac Dúnlainge Uí Éremóin was born circa 466. He was the son of rí Laigin Dúnlaing mac Énnai Niad Uí Éremóin.1 Rí Laigen Illann mac Dúnlainge Uí Éremóin died circa 527.2

Citations

  1. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  2. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 14.c.6.

Justin I, imperator

b. circa 450, d. 1 August 527
Justin I, imperator|b. c 450\nd. 1 Aug 527|p291.htm#i12307|N. N. of Illyria||p4.htm#i12306||||||||||||||||
FatherN. N. of Illyria1
     Justin I, imperator was born of Illyrian peasant stock.2 He was born circa 450 at Bederiana, Macedonia Salurtaris.2 He was the son of N. N. of Illyria.1 Justin I, imperator was a swineherd in his youth at Macedonia Salurtaris.2 He was the successor of Anastasius I, imperator; Emperor.3 Emperor at Eastern Roman Empire between 518 and 527.3 Justin I, imperator died on 1 August 527.2

Citations

  1. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 78, genealogy table 3..
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Justin I (Byz. emp.).
  3. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html

Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann

d. 1 November 527
Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 1 Nov 527|p291.htm#i14429|Muiredach mac Éogan, rí Ailech|d. 480|p289.htm#i14427|Erca ingen Loairn||p124.htm#i14428|Éogan F. a quo Cenél nEógain, rí Ailech|d. 465|p289.htm#i13868||||Loarn M. of Dál Riata|b. c 440|p59.htm#i12281||||
FatherMuiredach mac Éogan, rí Ailech1,2,3 d. 480
MotherErca ingen Loairn4
     Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was the son of Muiredach mac Éogan, rí Ailech and Erca ingen Loairn.1,2,3,4 Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was Muircheartach, son of Muireadhach, son of Eoghan, son of Niall.1 He was Muircheartach, son of Muireadhach, son of Eoghan, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages.5 Of Cenél Eóghain. He married Duinseach ingen Duach Ua Briúin, daughter of Dauí Tenga Uma, ri Connacht.6 Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was present when Ailill Molt fell in battle in 478 at the Battle of Ocha, Ireland.7 He witnessed the death of Ailill Molt, rí Connacht, Ard-rí na h'Éireann in 478 at the Battle of Ocha, Ireland; After twenty years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he was slain by Lughaidh, son of Laeghaire, Muircheartach Mac Earca, Fearghus Cerrbhel, son of Conall Cremththainne, Fiachra, son of Laeghaire, King of Dal Araidhe, and Cremhthann, son of Enna Cennsealach, King of Leinster.7 Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was the successor of Muiredach mac Éogan, rí Ailech; 2nd King of Ailech.8 3rd King of Ailech between 480 and 536.8 Annals of Ulster 482: "The battle of Ochae i.e. won by Lugaid son of Laegaire and by Muirchertach Mac Erca, in which Ailill Molt fell. / Bellum Oche, .i. la Lugaid mc. Laegaire & la Muirchertach Mc. Earca in quo cecidit Ailill Molt."9 Annals of Ulster 483: "Or, this year the battle of Ocha according to others, won by Muirchertach Mac Erca and by Fergus Cerball son of Conall of Cremthann, and by Fiachra Lon son of the king of Dál nAraide. / Uel hoc anno cath Ocha secundum alios la Lughaid & la Muircheartach Mc. Erca & la Ferghus Cerbhall mc. Conaill Cremhthainn & la Fiachra Lon mc. righ Dhal Araidhe."10 Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann witnessed the death of rí Mumhan Áengus mac Nad Froích Éoganachta in 487 at the Battle of Cell Osnadha, Ireland; Fell in the battle fought against him by Muircheartach Mac Earca, by Illann, son of Dunlaing, by Ailill, son of Dunlaing, and by Eochaidh Guineach, of which was said:

"Died the branch, the spreading tree of gold,
"Aenghus the laudable, son of Nadfraech,
"His prosperity was cut off by Illann,
"In the battle of Cell Osnadha the foul."11
Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann witnessed the death of Eithne Uathach ingen Crimthainn Ua Cheinnselaig in 489 at the Battle of Cell Osnadha, Ireland; Fell in the battle fought against her husband Óengus mac Nad Froích by Muircheartach Mac Earca, by Illann, son of Dunlaing, by Ailill, son of Dunlaing, and by Eochaidh Guineach.11,12
Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann killed Aenghus, son of Nadfraech, King of Munster, in 489 at the Battle of Cell Osnadha, Ireland.12 He witnessed the death of rí Mumhan Áengus mac Nad Froích Éoganachta in 489 or 490 at the Battle of Cell Osnadha, Ireland; Fell in the battle against Muircheartach Mac Earca, by Illann, son of Dunlaing, by Ailill, son of Dunlaing, and by Eochaidh Guineach, of which was said:

"Died the branch, the spreading tree of gold,
"Aenghus the laudable, son of Nadfraech,
"His prosperity was cut off by Illann,
"In the battle of Cell Osnadha the foul."12,13

Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann gained a victory over the Leinstermen and Illann, son of Dunlaing, in 497 at the Battle of Inde Mor, Crioch Ua nGabhla, Ireland.14 He fought and killed Duach Teangumha, King of Connaught, in 499 at the Battle of Seaghais, Ireland.15 He succeeded his 1st cousin, 1x removed, Lughaidh, son of Laaeghaire, and ruled his first year as king over Ireland in 504.1 6th High-King of Ireland between 504 and 527.1,3 He fought in the battle where Ardghal, son of Conall Creamhthainne, son of Niall, was slain, in 513 at the Battle of Dedna, Droma Breagh, Ireland.16 He witnessed the death of Ardgal a quo Cenél nArdgail in 513 at the Battle of Dedna, Droma Breagh, Ireland; Killed in battle.16 Annals of the Four Masters 513: "The battle of Dedna, in Droma Breagh, by Muircheartach mac Earca, and by Colga, son of Loite, son of Crunn, son of Feidhlimidh, son of Colla Dachrich, chief of Airghialla, where Ardghal, son of Conall Creamhthainne, son of Niall, was slain. / Cath Dedna, i n-Dromaibh Breagh, ria Muirchertach mac Earca, & ria c-Colgu, mac Loiti, mic Cruinn, mic Feidhlimidh, taoiseach Airghiall, dú in ro marbhadh Ardghal, mac Conaill Cremhthainne, mic Néill." ( (an unknown value)).16 Annals of the Four Masters 513: "The battle of Dedna, in Droma Breagh, by Muircheartach mac Earca, and by Colga, son of Loite, son of Crunn, son of Feidhlimidh, son of Colla Dachrich, chief of Airghialla, where Ardghal, son of Conall Creamhthainne, son of Niall, was slain. / Cath Dedna, i n-Dromaibh Breagh, ria Muirchertach mac Earca, & ria c-Colgu, mac Loiti, mic Cruinn, mic Feidhlimidh, taoiseach Airghiall, dú in ro marbhadh Ardghal, mac Conaill Cremhthainne, mic Néill." ( (an unknown value)).16 Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann defeated the Leinstermen where Sighe, the son of Dian, was slain, in 524 at the Battle of Ath Sighe, Ireland.17 It was to predict the death of Muircheartach that Cairneach said:

I am fearful of the woman around
whom many storms shall move,
For the man who shall be burned in fire,
on the side of Cleiteach wine shall drown.

That is, by Sin, daughter of Sighe, Muircheartach was killed, in revenge of her father, whom he had slain. In 526.18 He died on 1 November 527. After twenty four years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he was burned in the house of Cleiteach, over the Boyne, on the night of Samhain the first of November, after being drowned in wine.5 He was the predecessor of Domnall Ilchelgach mac Muirchertach, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann; 4th (co-)King of Ailech.8 Muirchertach Mór mac Ercae, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was the predecessor of Fergus mac Muirchertach, rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann; 4th (co-)King of Ailech.8

Family

Duinseach ingen Duach Ua Briúin
Children

Citations

  1. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M504.1.
  2. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, ¶1014].
  3. [S1445] Francis J. Byrne, Irish Kings and High-Kings, pg. 280.
  4. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Éogan Find mac Néill, 102.
  5. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M527.1.
  6. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Brión mac Echach, 100.
  7. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M478.1.
  8. [S1445] Francis J. Byrne, Irish Kings and High-Kings, pg. 283.
  9. [S897] [unknown], AU, U482.1.
  10. [S897] [unknown], AU, U483.2.
  11. [S333] W. Hennessy, Chronicon Scotorum.
  12. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M489.3.
  13. [S897] [unknown], AU, U490.2.
  14. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M497.2.
  15. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M499.3.
  16. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M513.3.
  17. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M524.2.
  18. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M526.2.
  19. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M537.3.

Anicia Juliana

b. circa 462, d. circa 528
Anicia Juliana|b. c 462\nd. c 528|p291.htm#i10698|imperator Olybrius Flavius Anicius Olybrius|b. c 440\nd. 2 Nov 472|p289.htm#i10629|Galla Placidia Valentiniana the younger|b. a 445|p83.htm#i10628|Anicius Hermogenianus Olybrius|b. c 365|p83.htm#i10651|Anicia Juliana|b. c 370|p83.htm#i10652|Flavius P. Valentinianus, imperator|b. 2 Jul 419\nd. 16 Mar 455|p289.htm#i10623|Licinia E. Theodosia, augusta|b. 422|p83.htm#i10627|
Fatherimperator Olybrius Flavius Anicius Olybrius1 b. circa 440, d. 2 November 472
MotherGalla Placidia Valentiniana the younger1 b. after 445
     Anicia Juliana was born circa 462.1 She was the daughter of imperator Olybrius Flavius Anicius Olybrius and Galla Placidia Valentiniana the younger.1 Anicia Juliana married Areobindus (?), son of Dagalaifus (?) and Godisthea (?), circa 482.1 Anicia Juliana died circa 528.1

Family

Areobindus (?) b. circa 460
Child

Citations

  1. [S451] Leslie Mahler, later roman empire in "later roman empire," listserve message 05/02/1998.

Fáelán mac Síláin, rí Hy Kinsale

d. 528
Fáelán mac Síláin, rí Hy Kinsale|d. 528|p291.htm#i14365|Sílán mac Éogain Cáech, rí Hy Kinsale||p123.htm#i14366||||Éogan C. m. N. Í., rí Hy Kinsale|d. 510|p290.htm#i14367||||||||||
FatherSílán mac Éogain Cáech, rí Hy Kinsale1
     Fáelán mac Síláin, rí Hy Kinsale was the son of Sílán mac Éogain Cáech, rí Hy Kinsale.1 King of Hy Kinsale at Ireland. Of Uí Chennselaig. Fáelán mac Síláin, rí Hy Kinsale died in 528.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, 5.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Labraid mac Bresail, 103.

Baderic the Thuringian

b. circa 480, d. circa 529
Baderic the Thuringian|b. c 480\nd. c 529|p291.htm#i10444|King Bisin of the Thuringians|b. c 450|p81.htm#i10487|Queen Menia (?)|b. c 455|p81.htm#i10488|||||||||||||
FatherKing Bisin of the Thuringians b. circa 450
MotherQueen Menia (?)1 b. circa 455
     Baderic the Thuringian was born circa 480. He was the son of King Bisin of the Thuringians and Queen Menia (?).1 Baderic the Thuringian died circa 529.1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC.

Baderic of the Thuringians

b. circa 460, d. 529
Baderic of the Thuringians|b. c 460\nd. 529|p291.htm#i10605|Bisin, Thüringerkönig|b. c 400|p62.htm#i7921|Basena, Frankenkönigin|b. c 440|p62.htm#i7920|||||||N. N. the Thuringian||p84.htm#i10736|N. N. (?)||p84.htm#i10737|
FatherBisin, Thüringerkönig b. circa 400
MotherBasena, Frankenkönigin b. circa 440
     Baderic of the Thuringians was born circa 460. He was the son of Bisin, Thüringerkönig and Basena, Frankenkönigin. Co-King of Thuringia.1 Baderic of the Thuringians died in 529. Defeated in battle by his brother Hermanfrid and killed.1

Citations

  1. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, pg. 14.

Drest III mac Drust, King of Picts1

d. 529
Drest III mac Drust, King of Picts|d. 529|p291.htm#i18047|Drust (?)||p160.htm#i18045|N. N. verch Geraint||p160.htm#i18046|||||||Geraint map Erp||p160.htm#i18004|N. N. (?)||p160.htm#i18005|
FatherDrust (?)2
MotherN. N. verch Geraint2
     Drest III mac Drust, King of Picts was the son of Drust (?) and N. N. verch Geraint.2 Drest III mac Drust, King of Picts co-ruler of the Picts with Drest mac Girom between 513 and 516.3 He was a witness where Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts co-ruler of the Picts with Drest mac Drust between 513 and 516.3 King of Picts at (Scotland) between 513 and 529.1 Drest III mac Drust, King of Picts was unseated by Drest mac Girom who then ruled alone for five years in 516.1 He was a witness where Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts unseated Drest mac Drust and ruled alone for five years in 516.1 Drest III mac Drust, King of Picts unseated Drest mac Girom to rule alone for nine years in 521. He was a witness where Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts unseated by Drest mac Drust who ruled alone for nine years in 521.1 Drest III mac Drust, King of Picts died in 529.1

Citations

  1. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FA7].
  2. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., Chart 6. Celts (3) - The Picts.
  3. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FA6].

Hilderic, King of the Vandals1

b. circa 500, d. 530
Hilderic, King of the Vandals|b. c 500\nd. 530|p291.htm#i10101|Huneric, King of the Vandals|b. a 440|p78.htm#i10107|Eudokia "the Younger"|b. c 440?|p83.htm#i10630|Gaiseric, King of the Vandals|b. c 389\nd. 25 Jan 477|p289.htm#i10108||||Flavius P. Valentinianus, imperator|b. 2 Jul 419\nd. 16 Mar 455|p289.htm#i10623|Licinia E. Theodosia, augusta|b. 422|p83.htm#i10627|
FatherHuneric, King of the Vandals2,1 b. after 440
MotherEudokia "the Younger"1,3 b. circa 440?
     Hilderic, King of the Vandals was born circa 500. He was the son of Huneric, King of the Vandals and Eudokia "the Younger".2,1,3 King of the Vandals at Maghrib, North Africa, between 523 and 530.1 Hilderic, King of the Vandals married Amalafrida, daughter of Thrasamund, King of the Vandals and Amalafrida, before 530. Hilderic, King of the Vandals died in 530.

Family

Amalafrida b. before 496
Child

Citations

  1. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 164, figure 3.
  2. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 132, genealogy table 4..
  3. [S233] DIR, online http://www.roman-emperors.org/impindex.htm, Eudocia, daughter of Valentinian III.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC.

King of the Pennines St. Pabo Post Prydain ab Arthwys o Ebrauc

b. circa 472, d. 9 November 530
King of the Pennines St. Pabo Post Prydain ab Arthwys o Ebrauc|b. c 472\nd. 9 Nov 530|p291.htm#i11589|King of the Pennines Arthwys ap Mor o Ebrauc|b. c 455|p92.htm#i11590|St. Cywair of Ireland|b. c 455|p92.htm#i11591|King of Northern Britain Mor a. C. o Ebrauc|b. c 420|p92.htm#i11592||||||||||
FatherKing of the Pennines Arthwys ap Mor o Ebrauc1 b. circa 455
MotherSt. Cywair of Ireland1 b. circa 455
     Also called Pabio "the Pillar of Britain" (Welsh, Pabo/Latin, Pabius/English, Pabio) Post Prydain = Pillar of Britain. King of the Pennines St. Pabo Post Prydain ab Arthwys o Ebrauc was born circa 472.1 He was the son of King of the Pennines Arthwys ap Mor o Ebrauc and St. Cywair of Ireland.1 King of the Pennines at North Central Britain between 500 and 525.2 King of the Pennines St. Pabo Post Prydain ab Arthwys o Ebrauc was the predecessor of King of the South Pennines Sawyl Penuchel ap Pabo o Ebrauc; King of The Peak.2 King of the Pennines St. Pabo Post Prydain ab Arthwys o Ebrauc was the predecessor of Brenin Dunoting St. Dynod Bwr o Ebrauc; King of Dunoting.2 King of the Pennines St. Pabo Post Prydain ab Arthwys o Ebrauc died on 9 November 530 at Ynys Mon (Anglesey), Gwynedd, Wales. He died as a monk.1,2

Family

Children

Amalaric, rex Gotthorum1,2

b. 502, d. 531
Amalaric, rex Gotthorum|b. 502\nd. 531|p291.htm#i9772|Alaricus II, rex Gotthorum|b. c 460\nd. 507|p290.htm#i9771|Thiudigotho|b. c 476\nd. 524|p291.htm#i9759|Euric, rex Gotthorum|b. c 440\nd. 484|p290.htm#i10148|Ragnahild (?)||p173.htm#i19478|Theudericus M., rex Italiae|b. c 454\nd. 30 Aug 526|p291.htm#i9760|N. N. of Moesia|b. c 463|p74.htm#i9768|
FatherAlaricus II, rex Gotthorum3,1,4,5,6 b. circa 460, d. 507
MotherThiudigotho3,4,5,6 b. circa 476, d. 524
     Amalaric, rex Gotthorum professed Arianism. He was born in 502.3 He was the son of Alaricus II, rex Gotthorum and Thiudigotho.3,1,4,5,6 Amalaric, rex Gotthorum succeeded Alaric II, his father, to the Kingship of Spain, and because of his youth, was sponsored till 526 by Theudis, in 511.4 He married Chrothieldis des Francs Saliens, daughter of Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Chrotechildis, in 511.1,7,8,4,3 King of the Visigoths at Spain between 526 and 531.4,5 Amalaric, rex Gotthorum died in 531 at Septimania at age 29 years. He mistreated his Catholic wife and she wrote a letter to her brother for assistance. Amalaric was killed by the Merovingians for the insult to their sister and religion.1

Family

Chrothieldis des Francs Saliens b. 497, d. 531

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 23, figure 1.
  3. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 59.
  4. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  5. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2.
  6. [S75] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1979, pg. 203.
  7. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  8. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 132, genealogy table 4..

Theodebald des Francs Saliens1

b. circa 521, d. 531
Theodebald des Francs Saliens|b. c 521\nd. 531|p291.htm#i10140|King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens|b. bt 494 - 495\nd. 21 Jun 524|p291.htm#i8129|Guntheuca des Burgondes|b. c 490\nd. 532|p291.htm#i10139|Chlodoveus I., rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 466\nd. 27 Nov 511|p290.htm#i7917|Chrotechildis|b. 475\nd. 3 Jun 545|p292.htm#i7918|Gundobald, rex Burgundionum|b. c 433\nd. c 516|p291.htm#i9729||||
FatherKing of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens2,1 b. between 494 and 495, d. 21 June 524
MotherGuntheuca des Burgondes1 b. circa 490, d. 532
     Theodebald des Francs Saliens was born circa 521.1 He was the son of King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens and Guntheuca des Burgondes.2,1 Theodebald des Francs Saliens was a witness where Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex killed, with his brother Childebert, his nephews, Gunthar and Theodebald, sons of Chlodomer, in 531.3 Theodebald des Francs Saliens was a witness where Childebertus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster killed, with his brother Chlothachar, his nephews, Gunthar and Theodebald, sons of Chlodomer, in 531.3 Theodebald des Francs Saliens died in 531 at Paris. Killed by his uncles who did not wish to share their recently killed father's territory with him.4,1 Theodebald des Francs Saliens was buried in Basilique des Saints-Apôtres, Paris.1

Citations

  1. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 66.
  2. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  3. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 67.
  4. [S246] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia.

Gunthar des Francs1

b. 523, d. 531
Gunthar des Francs|b. 523\nd. 531|p291.htm#i10141|King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens|b. bt 494 - 495\nd. 21 Jun 524|p291.htm#i8129|Guntheuca des Burgondes|b. c 490\nd. 532|p291.htm#i10139|Chlodoveus I., rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 466\nd. 27 Nov 511|p290.htm#i7917|Chrotechildis|b. 475\nd. 3 Jun 545|p292.htm#i7918|Gundobald, rex Burgundionum|b. c 433\nd. c 516|p291.htm#i9729||||
FatherKing of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens2,1 b. between 494 and 495, d. 21 June 524
MotherGuntheuca des Burgondes1 b. circa 490, d. 532
     Also called Gonthier.1 Gunthar des Francs was born in 523.3 He was the son of King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens and Guntheuca des Burgondes.2,1 Gunthar des Francs was a witness where Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex killed, with his brother Childebert, his nephews, Gunthar and Theodebald, sons of Chlodomer, in 531.3 Gunthar des Francs was a witness where Childebertus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster killed, with his brother Chlothachar, his nephews, Gunthar and Theodebald, sons of Chlodomer, in 531.3 Gunthar des Francs died in 531 at Paris, France, at age 8 years. Killed by his uncles who did not wish to share their recently killed father's territory with him.4,1

Citations

  1. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 66.
  2. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  3. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 67.
  4. [S246] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia.

Chrothieldis des Francs Saliens1,2

b. 497, d. 531
Chrothieldis des Francs Saliens|b. 497\nd. 531|p291.htm#i10147|Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 466\nd. 27 Nov 511|p290.htm#i7917|Chrotechildis|b. 475\nd. 3 Jun 545|p292.htm#i7918|Childericus I., rex Francorum|b. c 436\nd. 481|p290.htm#i7919|Basena, Frankenkönigin|b. c 440|p62.htm#i7920|Chilpéric I., rex Burgundionum|b. c 443\nd. c 486|p290.htm#i9725|Caretena (?)|b. c 448\nd. 506|p290.htm#i9726|
FatherChlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster1,3,4 b. circa 466, d. 27 November 511
MotherChrotechildis1,3 b. 475, d. 3 June 545
     Also called Clotilde "the Catholic". Chrothieldis des Francs Saliens professed Catholicism. Also called Chrothieldis.5 She was born in 497.5 She was the daughter of Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Chrotechildis.1,3,4 Chrothieldis des Francs Saliens married Amalaric, rex Gotthorum, son of Alaricus II, rex Gotthorum and Thiudigotho, in 511.1,3,6,4,2 Chrothieldis des Francs Saliens witnessed the death of Amalaric, rex Gotthorum in 531 at Septimania; He mistreated his Catholic wife and she wrote a letter to her brother for assistance. Amalaric was killed by the Merovingians for the insult to their sister and religion.1 Chrothieldis des Francs Saliens died in 531 at age 34 years. She died on the journey home, exhausted by the hardships she had endured.1,5

Family

Amalaric, rex Gotthorum b. 502, d. 531

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 59.
  3. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  4. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  5. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Helenus, King of Epirus, 100.
  6. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 132, genealogy table 4..

Kavad I, Shah of Iran

d. 531
Kavad I, Shah of Iran|d. 531|p291.htm#i13527|Peroz I, Shah of Iran|d. 484|p290.htm#i13528||||Yazdgard I., Shah of Iran|d. 457|p289.htm#i13529|Dinak (?)||p113.htm#i13530|||||||
FatherPeroz I, Shah of Iran1 d. 484
     Kavad I, Shah of Iran was the son of Peroz I, Shah of Iran.1 Kavad I, Shah of Iran was son of Peroz I.2 Called "Kobad the Zenduk." Mazdeks or Zendeks, avowed communists, banned marriage and property ownership. The Zoroastians, who were fire worshippers, opposed them and Kavad was defeated by them, but later regained some power.3 Also called Kawad.4 He was captured and held hostage by the Hephthalites in 467.2 He was a witness where Peroz I, Shah of Iran led force against the east and is captured; his army destroyed; his son, Kavad I, is left with the Hephthalites as a hostage in 467.2 Kavad I, Shah of Iran was a witness where Vahan I Mamikonean, Marzpan of Armenia was given the marzpanate of the land [of Armenia] and the lordship of the Mamikonean [House] by King Kavad of Persia in 485.4 Kavad I, Shah of Iran succeeded his uncle, Valkash (or Balash), to the throne of Iran in 488.5 He did not want to make war with anyone because the strength of the multitude of his troops had been shattered; rather, he made peace on all sides [including] reconciliation with the Armenians, summoning Vahan to court and exalted him with great honor, giving him the marzpanate of the land [of Armenia] and the lordship of the Mamikonean [House], in 488.4 Shah of Iran at southwestern Asia between 488 and 531.4,2 He was deposed and imprisoned by his orthodox brother, Zamasp, in 497.6,7 Zamasp, Shah of Iran ruled in place of Kavad I, Shah of Iran; Shah of Iran.7 He escaped and was restored to the throne in 499.5 He engaged in war with the Romans between 503 and 504.6 He again faced battle with the Romans between 524 and 531.6 He was a witness where King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir III ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi deposed by Kobad before 531.8 Kavad I, Shah of Iran died in 531.6 He invaded Syria in 531.6 He was the predecessor of Khusro I Anoshirvan, Shah of Iran; Shah of Iran.9,10,2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-51.
  2. [S1228] Coins and history, online www.grifterrec.com.
  3. [S1269] History of the Jewish People, online http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/top.htm, 470-500.
  4. [S589] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Sebeos' (7th C), Chapter 1.
  5. [S1167] Kirakos Ganjakets'i, HoA: Kirakos' (13th C), (Robert Bedrosian, translator): pg. 33.
  6. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-50.
  7. [S262] MS Encarta 99, "Persia," Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved..
  8. [S44] Edward Gibbon Gibbon, Chapter XLII: State Of The Barbaric World. Part III. footnote 59..
  9. [S582] Mehan.com, online www.mehan.com.
  10. [S589] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Sebeos' (7th C), Chapter 2.
  11. [S262] MS Encarta 99, "Khosrau I," Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved..

Willibald, King of the Burgundii1

b. 505, d. circa 532
Willibald, King of the Burgundii|b. 505\nd. c 532|p291.htm#i18888|Godomar, rex Burgundionum|b. 480\nd. 532|p291.htm#i10728||||Gundobald, rex Burgundionum|b. c 433\nd. c 516|p291.htm#i9729|Caretena (?)|b. c 444|p78.htm#i10127|||||||
FatherGodomar, rex Burgundionum2 b. 480, d. 532
     Willibald, King of the Burgundii was born in 505.1 He was the son of Godomar, rex Burgundionum.2 King of the Burgundians. Willibald, King of the Burgundii died circa 532. ? Was he killed when the Franks took the kingdom?1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas.
  2. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, Probable relationship..

Herminafrid, King of the Thuringians1

b. circa 460, d. 532
Herminafrid, King of the Thuringians|b. c 460\nd. 532|p291.htm#i9777|Bisin, Thüringerkönig|b. c 400|p62.htm#i7921|Basena, Frankenkönigin|b. c 440|p62.htm#i7920|||||||N. N. the Thuringian||p84.htm#i10736|N. N. (?)||p84.htm#i10737|
FatherBisin, Thüringerkönig b. circa 400
MotherBasena, Frankenkönigin2 b. circa 440
     Also called Herminefred. Herminafrid, King of the Thuringians was born circa 460. He was the son of Bisin, Thüringerkönig and Basena, Frankenkönigin.2 Herminafrid, King of the Thuringians married Amalaberga, daughter of N. N. (?) and Amalafrida, circa 490.3,4,5,1 Herminafrid, King of the Thuringians witnessed the death of Berthachar, King of the Thuringians circa 525; Assassinated by his brother, Hermanfrid. Herminafrid, King of the Thuringians witnessed the death of Baderic of the Thuringians in 529; Defeated in battle by his brother Hermanfrid and killed.6 Herminafrid, King of the Thuringians died in 532.2,5

Family

Amalaberga b. circa 470
Child

Citations

  1. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 24, figure 2.
  2. [S242] Imperium, online http://www.ghgcorp.com/shetler/oldimp/
  3. [S228] Jordanes, Jordanes' Getica.
  4. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 132, genealogy table 4..
  5. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  6. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, pg. 14.

Guntheuca des Burgondes1,2

b. circa 490, d. 532
Guntheuca des Burgondes|b. c 490\nd. 532|p291.htm#i10139|Gundobald, rex Burgundionum|b. c 433\nd. c 516|p291.htm#i9729||||Gundiok, rex Burgundionum|b. c 413\nd. bt 473 - 474|p289.htm#i9728|daughter of the Suevi|b. c 418|p74.htm#i9754|||||||
FatherGundobald, rex Burgundionum3 b. circa 433, d. circa 516
     Also called Gontheuque.4 Also called Gondioque.2 Guntheuca des Burgondes was born circa 490.1 She was the daughter of Gundobald, rex Burgundionum.3 Guntheuca des Burgondes married King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens, son of Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Chrotechildis, in 514 at or 521; Her 1st.5,2 Guntheuca des Burgondes married Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex, son of Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Chrotechildis, in 524; His 2nd. Her 2nd (widow).6,5,1,4 Guntheuca des Burgondes died in 532.1

Family 1

King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens b. between 494 and 495, d. 21 June 524
Children

Family 2

Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex b. between 501 and 502, d. 10 November 561
Child

Citations

  1. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  2. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 66.
  3. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 67.
  4. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 70.
  5. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  6. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 303-50.

Godomar, rex Burgundionum

b. 480, d. 532
Godomar, rex Burgundionum|b. 480\nd. 532|p291.htm#i10728|Gundobald, rex Burgundionum|b. c 433\nd. c 516|p291.htm#i9729|Caretena (?)|b. c 444|p78.htm#i10127|Gundiok, rex Burgundionum|b. c 413\nd. bt 473 - 474|p289.htm#i9728|daughter of the Suevi|b. c 418|p74.htm#i9754|||||||
FatherGundobald, rex Burgundionum1 b. circa 433, d. circa 516
MotherCaretena (?) b. circa 444
     Godomar, rex Burgundionum was born in 480.2 He was the son of Gundobald, rex Burgundionum and Caretena (?).1 King of the Burgunds between 523 and 532.2 Godomar, rex Burgundionum witnessed the death of King of the Franks, in Orléans Chlodomer des Francs Saliens on 21 June 524 at Vézeronce, Vienne, France; In the year following his first attack on the Burgundians, Clodomir resumed the attack, this time with his half-brother, Theodoric I. He was killed at the battle of Vézeronce, where king Godomer, Sigismund's brother, was his opponent.3 Godomar, rex Burgundionum killed the Merovingian King, Chlodomir, who was responsible for his brother Sigismund's death on 25 June 524 at Vezeronce, Vienne. He died in 532 at age 52 years.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, Certain relationship..
  2. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas.
  3. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 66.
  4. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, Probable relationship..

Mundéric, Pretender of Austrasia1

b. circa 500, d. circa 533
Mundéric, Pretender of Austrasia|b. c 500\nd. c 533|p291.htm#i7668|Chloderic "the Parricide", King of Cologne|b. c 475\nd. 509|p290.htm#i7669|N. N. des Franken|b. c 477|p72.htm#i9515|Sigibert "le Boiteux", King of Cologne|b. a 453\nd. 509|p290.htm#i7670||||N. N. des Franken|b. c 450|p81.htm#i10491||||
FatherChloderic "the Parricide", King of Cologne2 b. circa 475, d. 509
MotherN. N. des Franken b. circa 477
     Lord of Vitry-en-Parthois. Mundéric, Pretender of Austrasia was born circa 500. He was the son of Chloderic "the Parricide", King of Cologne and N. N. des Franken.2 Mundéric, Pretender of Austrasia married Arthemia de Genève, daughter of Florentin, évêque élu de Genève and Artémie, noble gallo-romaine, before 530.3,4 Mundéric, Pretender of Austrasia was Pretender to the throne of Austrasia in 532 at Frankish Kingdoms.2 He died circa 533. He revolted against Thierry I, who killed him.

Family

Arthemia de Genève b. circa 515?
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 171-49.
  2. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC, #256.
  3. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC, pg. 172.
  4. [S1132] DFA (4000 yr), online, App. A:4.
  5. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 171-48.

Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts1

d. 533
Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts|d. 533|p291.htm#i18049|Girom (?)||p160.htm#i18002|Princess of Strathclyde||p160.htm#i18003|||||||Geraint map Erp||p160.htm#i18004|N. N. (?)||p160.htm#i18005|
FatherGirom (?)2
MotherPrincess of Strathclyde2
     Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts was the son of Girom (?) and Princess of Strathclyde.2 Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts was a witness where King of Picts Galam I map Geraint deposed because of his very religious views by Drest mac Girom in 513.3 Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts deposed his uncle, Galam map Gertaint, probably for Galam's religious views, and took the Pictish throne in 513.1 He was a witness where Drest III mac Drust, King of Picts co-ruler of the Picts with Drest mac Girom between 513 and 516.1 Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts co-ruler of the Picts with Drest mac Drust between 513 and 516.1 King of Picts at (Scotland) between 513 and 533.1 He was a witness where Drest III mac Drust, King of Picts unseated by Drest mac Girom who then ruled alone for five years in 516.4 Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts was unseated Drest mac Drust and ruled alone for five years in 516.4 He was a witness where Drest III mac Drust, King of Picts unseated Drest mac Girom to rule alone for nine years in 521. Drest II mac Girom, King of Picts unseated by Drest mac Drust who ruled alone for nine years in 521.4 He took sole-rulership of the Picts on the death of Drest mac Drust in 529.4 He died in 533.1

Citations

  1. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FA6].
  2. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., Chart 6. Celts (3) - The Picts.
  3. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FA5].
  4. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FA7].

Drest IV mac Munait, King of Picts1

d. 533
Drest IV mac Munait, King of Picts|d. 533|p291.htm#i18054|Munait (?)||p161.htm#i18053|N. N. ingen Girom||p160.htm#i18052|||||||Girom (?)||p160.htm#i18002|Princess of Strathclyde||p160.htm#i18003|
FatherMunait (?)2
MotherN. N. ingen Girom2
     Drest IV mac Munait, King of Picts was the son of Munait (?) and N. N. ingen Girom.2 Drest IV mac Munait, King of Picts died in 533. He was probably slain in battle against the Britons.1 King of Picts between 552 and 553.1

Citations

  1. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FA11].
  2. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., Chart 6. Celts (3) - The Picts.

Athalaric, King of the Ostrogoths1

b. circa 516, d. circa 534
Athalaric, King of the Ostrogoths|b. c 516\nd. c 534|p291.htm#i9785|Eutharic Cilliga|b. c 490\nd. bt 522 - 523|p291.htm#i9784|Amalasuintha|b. a 494\nd. 535|p292.htm#i9783|Videric|b. c 460|p75.htm#i9825||||Theudericus M., rex Italiae|b. c 454\nd. 30 Aug 526|p291.htm#i9760|Audofledis des Francs Saliens|b. c 469\nd. 30 Apr 535|p292.htm#i9778|
FatherEutharic Cilliga2,3,1 b. circa 490, d. between 522 and 523
MotherAmalasuintha4,2,3,1 b. after 494, d. 535
     Athalaric, King of the Ostrogoths was born circa 516. He was the son of Eutharic Cilliga and Amalasuintha.2,3,1,4 Athalaric, King of the Ostrogoths was appointed by his grandfather, Theodoric the Great, to succeed as King of the Ostrogoths in Italy in 526. He was appointed king by his grandfather in 526. "As though uttering his last will and testament Theodoric adjured and commanded them to honor their king, to love the Senate and Roman People and to make sure of the peace and good will of the Emperor of the East, as next after God."5 King of the Ostrogoths at Italy between 526 and 534.6,3,1 He died circa 534. "...died in the years of his childhood."7

Citations

  1. [S713] Herwig Wolfram, Wolfram, 1997, pg. 25, figure 2.
  2. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 132, genealogy table 4..
  3. [S422] Thomas S. Burns, History of the Ostrogoths, pg. 96-97.
  4. [S228] Jordanes, Jordanes' Getica, XIV-80.
  5. [S228] Jordanes, Jordanes' Getica.
  6. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  7. [S228] Jordanes, Jordanes' Getica, XIV-81.

Cerdic, King of the West Saxons1,2,3,4

b. circa 470, d. 534
Cerdic, King of the West Saxons|b. c 470\nd. 534|p291.htm#i7296|Elesa of the Saxons|b. c 439|p77.htm#i10010||||Esla of the Gewissae|b. c 411|p77.htm#i10011||||||||||
FatherElesa of the Saxons5,6 b. circa 439
     Cerdic, King of the West Saxons was born circa 470 at ancient Saxony. Cerdic, was in all probability of at least partial Cymric parentage, since the term "Cerdic" means nothing in Anglo-Saxon, but appears to be a Saxon attempt at pronouncing the fairly common Cymric name of "Caradoc".2 He was the son of Elesa of the Saxons.5,6 Anglo Saxon Chronicles 495: "Here two chieftains; Cerdic and Cynric his son, came to Britain with 5 ships at a place which is called Cerdic's shore and the same day fought against the Welsh."7 Anglo Saxon Chronicles 508: "Here Cerdic and Cynric killed a certain British king, whose name was Natanleod, and 5 thousand men with him - after whom the land as far as Charford was name Netley."7 Anglo Saxon Chronicles 519: "Here Cerdic and Cynric succeeded to the Kingdom of the West Saxons; and the same year they fought against the Britons at the place they now name Cerdic's ford. And the royal family of the West Saxons ruled from that day on."5 King of West Saxons at England between 519 and 534.5 Anglo Saxon Chronicles 527: "Here Cerdic and Cynric fought against the Britons at the place which is called Cerdic's Wood."5 Cerdic, King of the West Saxons died in 534.8,5 Anglo Saxon Chronicles 534: "Here Cerdic passed away."5

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Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 233-53.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 1-1 (There is no 1-2. His son is 1-3.).
  3. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  4. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Bældæg, 64.
  5. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 16.
  6. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 66.
  7. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 14.
  8. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 1-1.
  9. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 286.