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rí Mumhan Cairpre Cromm mac Crimthainn Sreim Eóghanacht Glendamnacht1

d. between 579 and 580
rí Mumhan Cairpre Cromm mac Crimthainn Sreim Eóghanacht Glendamnacht|d. bt 579 - 580|p294.htm#i14161|rí Mumhan Crimthann Srem mac Echdach Eóghanacht Glendamnacht|d. 542|p292.htm#i14162||||rí Mumhan Eochaidh m. Á. Éoganachta|d. 523|p291.htm#i14163|Dearcon (?)||p127.htm#i14850|||||||
Fatherrí Mumhan Crimthann Srem mac Echdach Eóghanacht Glendamnacht2,3 d. 542
     Rí Mumhan Cairpre Cromm mac Crimthainn Sreim Eóghanacht Glendamnacht was the son of rí Mumhan Crimthann Srem mac Echdach Eóghanacht Glendamnacht.2,3 Rí Mumhan Cairpre Cromm mac Crimthainn Sreim Eóghanacht Glendamnacht was the ancestor of the Cinel Cathail Mac Finnghuine (O'Keefes).3 He gave Cloyne to God and St.f colman mac Lenin (first bishop of diocese of Cloyne, d. 604).3 Of Eóghanacht Glendamnacht.4 Annals of Tigernach 547: "Cairpe mac Crimthaind, ri Muman."5 King of Mumhan at Munster, Ireland, between 547 and 579.1,6 Annals of Tigernach 579: "Cairpre mac Crimthain rig Muman mortuus est, qui rexit annis xuii., cui successit Feargus Scandal, qui rexit annis. uii.."7 He died between 579 and 580.3,4,7

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S634] Donnchadh O'Corráin, "O'Corráin: the Past".
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Heber Finn, 97.
  3. [S303] Eoghanacht Genealogies, ., 1703 unknown repository.
  4. [S470] Prince of Desmond The MacCarthy Mór, "Eóghanacht Kings of Munster".
  5. [S297] Unknown, AT, T547.3.
  6. [S297] Unknown, AT, T547, T579.
  7. [S297] Unknown, AT, T579.2.

King of al-Hirah Qabus ibn Hind al-Hirahi

b. circa 525, d. circa 580
King of al-Hirah Qabus ibn Hind al-Hirahi|b. c 525\nd. c 580|p294.htm#i10852|King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir III ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi|d. 562|p293.htm#i10850|Hind bint Harith Banu Kinda|b. c 510?|p176.htm#i21674|King of al-Hirah Imru'u al-Qays III ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi|b. c 473|p85.htm#i10853|Mariyah m. a. al-Arabiyya|b. c 478|p85.htm#i10854|Harith ibn 'Amr Banu Kinda||p176.htm#i21675||||
FatherKing of al-Hirah al-Mundhir III ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi d. 562
MotherHind bint Harith Banu Kinda b. circa 510?
     King of al-Hirah Qabus ibn Hind al-Hirahi was born circa 525. He was the son of King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir III ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi and Hind bint Harith Banu Kinda. King of al-Hirah at Mesene, Iraq, in 577.1 King of al-Hirah Qabus ibn Hind al-Hirahi died circa 580.

Citations

  1. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 184.10 (S8), pg. 376.

Audovère (?)1

b. 533, d. 580
      Audovère (?) was born in 533.2 She married Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster, son of Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex and Arnegundis (?), in 548; His 1st.1,2,3 Audovère (?) died in 580 at age 47 years. Murdered.4

Family

Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster b. 537, d. between September 584 and October 584
Children

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  3. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, FAMILIE DER MEROWINGER.
  4. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, FAMILIE DER MEROWINGER, 580, murdered.

Hálfdan II Frodasson, King of the Danes1,2,3

d. 580
Hálfdan II Frodasson, King of the Danes|d. 580|p294.htm#i10105|Frode IV Fridleifsson, King of the Danes||p111.htm#i13320||||Fridleif I. F., King of the Danes||p111.htm#i13321||||||||||
FatherFrode IV Fridleifsson, King of the Danes4
     Hálfdan II Frodasson, King of the Danes was the son of Frode IV Fridleifsson, King of the Danes.4 Hálfdan II Frodasson, King of the Danes married Sigris (?). Hálfdan II Frodasson, King of the Danes was the successor of Ingild, King of the Danes; King of the Danes.5 Hálfdan II Frodasson, King of the Danes died in 447.6 King of the Danes at Denmark in 456/57.5 He was the predecessor of King of the Danes Frode V Skjölding; King of the Danes.5 Hálfdan II Frodasson, King of the Danes died in 580.2

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Sigris (?) b. circa 506
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 240-49.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Skjöld, King of Danes, 68.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 324-50.
  4. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Skjöld, King of Danes, 67.
  5. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Scandanavia, Denmark.
  6. [S277] Gene Gurney, Kingdoms of Europe, pg. 430, Denmark.
  7. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, The Ynglinga Saga.

Austréchilde "Bobilla" (?)1,2

b. circa 538, d. 580
     Austréchilde "Bobilla" (?) was born circa 538.3 She married Guntchramm des Francs, son of Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex and Ingundis (?), in 566; His 3rd.1,2 Austréchilde "Bobilla" (?) died in 580.2

Family

Guntchramm des Francs b. between 532 and 534, d. 28 March 593
Children

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  3. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, pg 345.

Chlodobert des Francs

b. 565, d. 580
Chlodobert des Francs|b. 565\nd. 580|p294.htm#i10201|Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. 537\nd. bt Sep 584 - Oct 584|p294.htm#i7913|Fredegund d' Ardennes|b. 543\nd. 587 or 8 Dec 597|p294.htm#i7914|Chlothacharius I., gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Arnegundis (?)|b. c 510\nd. c 573|p293.htm#i7916|Brunulphe I., comte d' Ardennes|b. c 503|p81.htm#i10479|Crotechilde the Ostrogoth|b. c 508|p81.htm#i10480|
FatherChilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster1,2 b. 537, d. between September 584 and October 584
MotherFredegund d' Ardennes2 b. 543, d. 587 or 8 December 597
     Chlodobert des Francs was born in 565.2 He was the son of Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Fredegund d' Ardennes.1,2 Chlodobert des Francs died in 580 at age 15 years. Died of dysentery. His mother, Fredegund, believed that this was divine punishment for high taxes and unjust government and insisted that her husband's new tax registers be burned.3,2

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  3. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, pg. 123.

Dagobert des Francs1

b. after 569, d. 580
Dagobert des Francs|b. a 569\nd. 580|p294.htm#i10202|Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. 537\nd. bt Sep 584 - Oct 584|p294.htm#i7913|Fredegund d' Ardennes|b. 543\nd. 587 or 8 Dec 597|p294.htm#i7914|Chlothacharius I., gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Arnegundis (?)|b. c 510\nd. c 573|p293.htm#i7916|Brunulphe I., comte d' Ardennes|b. c 503|p81.htm#i10479|Crotechilde the Ostrogoth|b. c 508|p81.htm#i10480|
FatherChilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster1,2 b. 537, d. between September 584 and October 584
MotherFredegund d' Ardennes1,2 b. 543, d. 587 or 8 December 597
     Dagobert des Francs was born after 569. He was the son of Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Fredegund d' Ardennes.1,2 Dagobert des Francs died in 580. Died of dysentery.1,2

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/

King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir IV ibn Hind al-Hirahi1

b. circa 525, d. 580
King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir IV ibn Hind al-Hirahi|b. c 525\nd. 580|p294.htm#i10848|King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir III ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi|d. 562|p293.htm#i10850|Hind bint Harith Banu Kinda|b. c 510?|p176.htm#i21674|King of al-Hirah Imru'u al-Qays III ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi|b. c 473|p85.htm#i10853|Mariyah m. a. al-Arabiyya|b. c 478|p85.htm#i10854|Harith ibn 'Amr Banu Kinda||p176.htm#i21675||||
FatherKing of al-Hirah al-Mundhir III ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi2,3 d. 562
MotherHind bint Harith Banu Kinda4 b. circa 510?
     King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir IV ibn Hind al-Hirahi was born circa 525. He was the son of King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir III ibn al-Nu'man al-Hirahi and Hind bint Harith Banu Kinda.2,3,4 King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir IV ibn Hind al-Hirahi married Salma bint al-Sa'igh before 550.1 King of al-Hirah al-Mundhir IV ibn Hind al-Hirahi died in 580.1 King of al-Hirah at Mesene, Iraq, between 580 and 583.3

Family

Salma bint al-Sa'igh b. circa 525
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 432-46.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 430-47.
  3. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 184.11 (S8), pg. 376.
  4. [S954] Esq., Bengal Civil Service William Muir Muir on Mahomet, Vol. 1, Chap. 3, Sect. 2.
  5. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 184.12 (S11), pg. 376.

Galam II of Picts, King of Picts1

d. 580
Galam II of Picts, King of Picts|d. 580|p294.htm#i18035||||N. N. ingen Galam||p160.htm#i18034|||||||King of Picts Galam I. map Geraint||p160.htm#i18033||||
MotherN. N. ingen Galam2
     Galam II of Picts, King of Picts was the son of N. N. ingen Galam.2 Also called Tagalad Cennalath (?).1 Galam II of Picts, King of Picts was the last recorded king of the Picts before the election of Brude mac Macheon, ruling jointly with Brude for a year, succeeded his 2nd cousin, Drest mac Munait, in 553.1 King of Picts between 553 and 557.1 He was deposed, or resigned, owing to the fact that the Picts desired stronger leadership given the defeats of the previous Picitish kings in 557.1 Annals of Tigernach 580: "Cindaeladh rex Pictorum mortuus est."3 He died in 580.3

Citations

  1. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FA12].
  2. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., Chart 6. Celts (3) - The Picts.
  3. [S297] Unknown, AT, T580.2.

Bakur III, King of K'art'li

d. 580?
Bakur III, King of K'art'li|d. 580?|p294.htm#i25624|P'arsman VI, King of K'art'li|b. c 531?|p221.htm#i25493||||Prince||p221.htm#i25492||||||||||
FatherP'arsman VI, King of K'art'li1,2 b. circa 531?
     Bakur III, King of K'art'li was the son of P'arsman VI, King of K'art'li.1,2 Bakur III, King of K'art'li was son of King P'arsman, a descendant of Xosro.3 He was the successor of P'arsman VI, King of K'art'li; 37th King of Kartli.4,2 38th King of Kartli at Transcaucasia before 580.5,2 Bakur III, King of K'art'li died in 580?.6

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1169] Sisauri, online http://www.angelfire.com/ga/Georgian/kings.html
  2. [S1641] Cyril Toumanoff, Toumanoff's Studies, Table between 418 & 419.
  3. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 227.
  4. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 380, 561-?.
  5. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 380, ?-580.
  6. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 380.
  7. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 234.

imperator Tiberius II Constantinus

d. 14 August 582
     Imperator Tiberius II Constantinus was plagued by conflicts with the Persians and Avars.1 He witnessed the great influx of Slavs who advanced into Thrace and Greece where they settled in large numbers.1 He married Anastasia (?).1 Imperator Tiberius II Constantinus was born at Thrace.2 He was adopted in December 574; He was adopted by his predecessor, Justin II.3 Caesar at Eastern Roman Empire between December 574 and 4 October 578.3 He succeeded Justin II as Eastern Emperor in 578. Emperor at Eastern Roman Empire between 4 October 578 and 12 August 582.4,2 He was the predecessor of imperator Maurice Flavius Tiberius Mauricus; Emperor.4 Imperator Tiberius II Constantinus died on 14 August 582 at Constantinople, Eastern Roman Empire.2

Family

Anastasia (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 407-49.
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Tiberius II Constantinus (Byz. emp.) .
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Justin II (Byz. emp.).
  4. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html

Theodoric III des Francs

b. 582, d. 583
Theodoric III des Francs|b. 582\nd. 583|p294.htm#i10203|Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. 537\nd. bt Sep 584 - Oct 584|p294.htm#i7913|Fredegund d' Ardennes|b. 543\nd. 587 or 8 Dec 597|p294.htm#i7914|Chlothacharius I., gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Arnegundis (?)|b. c 510\nd. c 573|p293.htm#i7916|Brunulphe I., comte d' Ardennes|b. c 503|p81.htm#i10479|Crotechilde the Ostrogoth|b. c 508|p81.htm#i10480|
FatherChilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster1,2 b. 537, d. between September 584 and October 584
MotherFredegund d' Ardennes2 b. 543, d. 587 or 8 December 597
     Theodoric III des Francs was born in 582.2 He was the son of Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Fredegund d' Ardennes.1,2 Theodoric III des Francs died in 583 at age 1 year. On his death, his mother, Fredegund, burned all of his possessions and had a group of Parisian women tortured for supposed witchcraft.2

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/

Cuthwine, subKing of Wessex1,2,3

b. circa 564, d. 584
Cuthwine, subKing of Wessex|b. c 564\nd. 584|p294.htm#i7293|Ceawlin, King of Wessex|b. c 547\nd. 593|p294.htm#i7294||||Cynric, King of the West Saxons|b. c 525\nd. 560|p293.htm#i7295||||||||||
FatherCeawlin, King of Wessex4,5 b. circa 547, d. 593
     Cuthwine, subKing of Wessex was born circa 564. He was the son of Ceawlin, King of Wessex.4,5 Cuthwine, subKing of Wessex and Ceawlin, King of Wessex were said to have fought with the Britons in 577 at Durham, England. "They slew three kings, Commail, and Condida, and Farinmail, on the spot that is called Derham, and took from them three cities, Gloucester, Cirencester, and Bath."6 Under-ruler of Wessex before 584. Cuthwine, subKing of Wessex died in 584 at the Battle of Barbery Hill, England. Killed.2,3 He and Ceawlin, King of Wessex battled the Britons in 584. "This year Ceawlin and Cutha fought with the Britons on the spot that is called Fretherne. There Cutha was slain. And Ceawlin took many towns, as well as immense booty and wealth. He then retreated to his own people."6

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 233-49.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 1-5.
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Bældæg, 68.
  4. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 1-4.
  5. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 66.
  6. [S216] Ingram's Edition, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
  7. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 286.

Chlodoberga des Francs

b. after 566, d. 584
Chlodoberga des Francs|b. a 566\nd. 584|p294.htm#i10167|Guntchramm des Francs|b. bt 532 - 534\nd. 28 Mar 593|p294.htm#i8135|Austréchilde "Bobilla" (?)|b. c 538\nd. 580|p294.htm#i10166|Chlothacharius I., gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Ingundis (?)|b. c 515|p63.htm#i8124|||||||
FatherGuntchramm des Francs2 b. between 532 and 534, d. 28 March 593
MotherAustréchilde "Bobilla" (?)1 b. circa 538, d. 580
     Chlodoberga des Francs was born after 566. She was the daughter of Guntchramm des Francs and Austréchilde "Bobilla" (?).1,2 Chlodoberga des Francs died in 584.1

Citations

  1. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  2. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.

Subking at Tours Clovis des Francs

b. circa 560, d. 584
Subking at Tours Clovis des Francs|b. c 560\nd. 584|p294.htm#i10196|Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. 537\nd. bt Sep 584 - Oct 584|p294.htm#i7913|Audovère (?)|b. 533\nd. 580|p294.htm#i10060|Chlothacharius I., gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Arnegundis (?)|b. c 510\nd. c 573|p293.htm#i7916|||||||
FatherChilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster1,2 b. 537, d. between September 584 and October 584
MotherAudovère (?)1,2 b. 533, d. 580
      Subking at Tours Clovis des Francs was born circa 560. He was the son of Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Audovère (?).1,2 Subking of Tours at Frankish Empire.3 Subking at Tours Clovis des Francs died in 580. Murdered by his step-mother, Fredegund.2,4 He died in 584. He was murdered by his step-mother, Fredegund. She was clearing the ranks of contenders to the throne to make sure her own children would succeed.1

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  3. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, FAMILIE DER MEROWINGER.
  4. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, FAMILIE DER MEROWINGER, 580 ermordet (von Fredegunde) .

Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster1

b. 537, d. between September 584 and October 584
Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. 537\nd. bt Sep 584 - Oct 584|p294.htm#i7913|Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Arnegundis (?)|b. c 510\nd. c 573|p293.htm#i7916|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|Baderic the Thuringian|b. c 480\nd. c 529|p291.htm#i10444||||
FatherChlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex2,3,4,5,6,7 b. between 501 and 502, d. 10 November 561
MotherArnegundis (?)3,6,7 b. circa 510, d. circa 573
      Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster was born in 537.7 He was the son of Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex and Arnegundis (?).2,3,4,5,6,7 Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster married Audovère (?) in 548; His 1st.3,6,8 Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster shared with his three half brothers (sons of Ingund, Aregund's sister) in the partition that followed their father's death, he received the poorest region, the kingdom of Soissons, in 561. He succeeded his father to the kingdom of Soissons in 561. King of Franks at Soissons, Frankish Kingdoms, between 561 and 567. He succeeded his brother to the kingdom of Paris, thus creating, more or less, the future kingdom of Neustria in 567. King of Franks at Neustria, Frankish Kingdoms, between 567 and 584.5 King of Franks at Paris, Frankish Kingdoms, between 567 and 584.5 He repudiated his other wive/s, to date, to marry Galsuintha in March 567. He cruel, lustful, avaricious, "the Nero and Herod of the time," and took to himself many mistresses, but at last determined to follow his brother's example and sought the hand of Galswintha, another daughter of Athanagild. Galswintha reluctantly came from Spain to become his bride, and received as her ''morning gift'' Bordeaux and four other cities in southwestern Gaul.9 He married Galswintha the Visigoth, daughter of Athanagildus, rex Gotthorum and Goiswinth (?), in March 567 at Soissons; His 2nd. s.p.3,4,6,8 Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster murdered his first wife Galswintha in order to marry her maid, Fredegund, and his brother, husband of Galswintha's sister, was obliged to seek revenge, and a terrible civil war broke out between the brothers in 568. He witnessed the death of Galswintha the Visigoth in 568 at Soissons, Neustria; Murdered to free Chilperic to marry Fredegund.4,6 Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster married Fredegund d' Ardennes, daughter of Brunulphe I, comte d' Ardennes and Crotechilde the Ostrogoth, after 568; His 3rd marriage. She was the maid of Chilperic's 1st wife, Galswintha, Brunhild's sister.3,4,2 Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster witnessed the death of Sigibertus I, rex Austrasii in November 575 at Vitry, France; Assassinated in a family blood-fued by his brother Chilperic. Chilperic had his wife, Galswintha, murdered so he could marry her maid. Sigebert was married to Brunhild, sister of Galswintha. On Sigebert's death, Brunhild continued seeking revenge.5,6 Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster was noted by Gregory of Tours, a contemporary, as "the Nero and the Herod of his age.". He died between September 584 and October 584 at Chelles, France. He fell victim to an unknown assassin. Some suggest that his wife, Fredegund, had a hand in the assassination because he had discovered she was having an affair.2,5,6

Family 1

Audovère (?) b. 533, d. 580
Children

Family 2

Fredegund d' Ardennes b. 543, d. 587 or 8 December 597
Children

Family 3

Galswintha the Visigoth b. 540, d. 568

Citations

  1. [S1202] . MGH-DI, Diplomata Regum Francorum E Stirpe Merowingica, pg. 11.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 303-49.
  3. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  4. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  5. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table I.
  6. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  7. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 72.
  8. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, FAMILIE DER MEROWINGER.
  9. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 3.X, footnote 4.
  10. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 303-48.
  11. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/

Frithuwald, King of Bernicia

b. circa 542, d. circa 585
Frithuwald, King of Bernicia|b. c 542\nd. c 585|p294.htm#i16230|Ida Eoppasson, Overking of North Britain|b. c 517\nd. 559|p292.htm#i12293||||Eoppa E., King of Bernicia|b. c 487|p124.htm#i14455||||||||||
FatherIda Eoppasson, Overking of North Britain1 b. circa 517, d. 559
     Frithuwald, King of Bernicia was born circa 542. He was the son of Ida Eoppasson, Overking of North Britain.1 King of Bernicia at England between 579 and 585.1 Frithuwald, King of Bernicia died circa 585.

Citations

  1. [S427] Britannia.com, online www.britannia.com, http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/northumb.html

Hermenegild II "the Holy"1

b. circa 555, d. 13 April 585
Hermenegild II "the Holy"|b. c 555\nd. 13 Apr 585|p294.htm#i8125|Leovigild I, King of Spain|b. c 512\nd. c Apr 586|p294.htm#i8126|Theodosia of Cartagena|b. c 530|p79.htm#i10277|N. N. the Visigoth|b. c 480|p78.htm#i10130||||Severinus of Cartagena|b. c 500|p82.htm#i10573|Theodora|b. c 505|p82.htm#i10574|
FatherLeovigild I, King of Spain2 b. circa 512, d. circa April 586
MotherTheodosia of Cartagena b. circa 530
     Also called St. Hermenegild. Hermenegild II "the Holy" was born circa 555. He was the son of Leovigild I, King of Spain and Theodosia of Cartagena.2 Hermenegild II "the Holy" married Ingonde des Francs, daughter of Sigibertus I, rex Austrasii and Brunechildis the Visigoth, in 579; Ingund was in fact the cousin, once removed, of Hermenegild. Her mother's father was the uncle of Hermenegild.2,3,4 Hermenegild II "the Holy" renounced his arian faith for Catholicism after 579. This conversion would be the cause of revolt and his eventual death. He died on 13 April 585 at Tarragona, Spain. Beheaded by his father, Leovigild, for betraying him. His betrayal was to marry an zealous orthodox catholic, Ingund, and convert from arianism. Hermenegild rebelled with the help of Byzantium. Leovigild bribed Byzantium to betray his son and Hermenegild was thus captured and killed. "Most contemporary writers suggested that Hermenegild was executed as a rebel, but Pope Gregory I, in his Dialogues, stated that he was killed for refusing to receive communion from an Arian bishop."2 He was was canonized in 1585.2 Feast Day. "His cult was subsequently authorized for Spain by Pope Sixtus V and for the whole church by Urban VIII." On 13 April.

Family

Ingonde des Francs b. circa 559
Child

Citations

  1. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  2. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  3. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/, Says 580 though..
  4. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  5. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  6. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 3.XXI.

Rhun Hir ap Mælqwn, Brenin Gwynedd

b. circa 508, d. 586
Rhun Hir ap Mælqwn, Brenin Gwynedd|b. c 508\nd. 586|p294.htm#i7979|Mælgwn I Hir ap Cadwallon, Brenin Gwynedd|b. c 480\nd. 547|p292.htm#i7980|Gwallwen ferch Afallach (?)|b. c 490|p90.htm#i11440|Brenin Gwynedd Cadwallon L. a. E. o Gwynedd|b. c 450\nd. c 517|p291.htm#i7981|Meddyf f. M. (?)|b. c 460|p90.htm#i11437|Afallach (?)|b. c 460|p90.htm#i11450||||
FatherMælgwn I Hir ap Cadwallon, Brenin Gwynedd1,2 b. circa 480, d. 547
MotherGwallwen ferch Afallach (?) b. circa 490
     Rhun Hir ap Mælqwn, Brenin Gwynedd also went by the name of Rhun "the Tall". Also called Run "the Tall" English, Hir = the Tall.2 He was born circa 508.3 He was the son of Mælgwn I Hir ap Cadwallon, Brenin Gwynedd and Gwallwen ferch Afallach (?).1,2 Rhun Hir ap Mælqwn, Brenin Gwynedd married Perfawr verch Rhun o Ebrauc, daughter of Rhun Ryfedd Mawr ab Einon o Ebrauc, before 528.3 Rhun Hir ap Mælqwn, Brenin Gwynedd was living in 550.4 He was a witness where Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts assisted by his half-brother Rhun Hir of Gwynedd in securing the Pictish throne, by election, and replacing his 2nd cousin, Galam II, in 556. Rhun Hir ap Mælqwn, Brenin Gwynedd died in 586 at Caer-Rhun.2

Family

Perfawr verch Rhun o Ebrauc b. circa 510
Children

Citations

  1. [S272] Francis Jones, Jones, F., pg. 12, Chart I, Dynasty of Cunedda (Line of Gwynedd).
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Cunedda Wledig, 77.
  3. [S266] EBK, online http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/…
  4. [S272] Francis Jones, Jones, F., pg 12..
  5. [S492] Genealogies from Harleian MS. 3859, manuscript, probably between 954 and 988 unknown repository, 1: "... Iacob map Beli map Rhun map Mailcun ...".

Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts1

b. circa 530, d. 586
Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts|b. c 530\nd. 586|p294.htm#i11443|Mælgwn I Hir ap Cadwallon, Brenin Gwynedd|b. c 480\nd. 547|p292.htm#i7980|N. N. ingen Girom|b. c 500|p91.htm#i11470|Brenin Gwynedd Cadwallon L. a. E. o Gwynedd|b. c 450\nd. c 517|p291.htm#i7981|Meddyf f. M. (?)|b. c 460|p90.htm#i11437|Girom (?)||p160.htm#i18002|Princess of Strathclyde||p160.htm#i18003|
FatherMælgwn I Hir ap Cadwallon, Brenin Gwynedd2,4,3 b. circa 480, d. 547
MotherN. N. ingen Girom2,3 b. circa 500
     Also called regis Pictorum Bruide mac Maelcon.5 Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts married N. N. ingen Gildas, daughter of Gildas mac Galam.3 Annals of Tigernach 506: "Bass Bruidhi maic Maelchon, rig Cruithnech."6 Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts was born circa 530. He was the son of Mælgwn I Hir ap Cadwallon, Brenin Gwynedd and N. N. ingen Girom.2,3,4 Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts assisted by his half-brother Rhun Hir of Gwynedd in securing the Pictish throne, by election, and replacing his 2nd cousin, Galam II, in 556. King of Picts between 556 and 586.7 He was a witness where Gabráin mac Domangart, rí Alban saw his expansion into Pictish territory curbed on the succession of Brude mac Maelchon (Brude ap Mælgwn), and his forces were routed and forced back into their core territory in 558.8 Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts curbed the expansion of Gabhran of Dál Riata, forcing the Scot back into his core territories, in 558.8 Annals of Tigernach 560: "Teichedh do Albanchaib ria m-Bruidhi mac Maelchon ríg Cruithnech."9 Chronicon Scotorum 560: "The flight of the Scots before Bruide son of Máelchú, king of the Cruithin."10 He was a witness where St. Columba of Iona achieved a peace between the three main tribes of northern Britain: the Gaelic Scots, the Picts, and the Britons of Strathclyde between 563 and 568.11 Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts was baptised by St. Columba of Iona in the eigth (or ninth) year of his reign in 565.12,13 He was a witness where Áedán mac Gabráin, rí Alban undertook a raid on the Orkney Islands, otherwise the territory of the Picts and King Brude, whose piratical inhabitants, Norseman, were conducting raids on Dál Riatan territory, most likely Iona, in 580.14 Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts was a witness where Áedán mac Gabráin, rí Alban fought a series of skirmishes with the Picts under King Brude, and generally won the advantage, between 580 and 584.14 Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts fought a series of skirmishes with the Scots under King Aedan mac Gabhran, and generally lost the advantage, between 580 and 584.14 Annals of Tigernach 584: "Mors Bruidhe maic Maelchon, rig Cruithneach."15 Annals of Ulster 584: "Death of Bruide son of Maelchú, king of the Picts. / Mors Bruide mc. Maelcon regis Pictorum."5 He died in 586 at the Battle of Circenn.16

Family

N. N. ingen Gildas
Child

Citations

  1. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FA13].
  2. [S266] EBK, online http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/…
  3. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., Chart 6. Celts (3) - The Picts.
  4. [S593] Picts, manuscript Internet.
  5. [S897] [unknown], AU, U584.3.
  6. [S297] Unknown, AT, T506.1.
  7. [S593] Picts, manuscript Internet, "xxx. annis regnavit.".
  8. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC4].
  9. [S297] Unknown, AT, T560.3.
  10. [S333] W. Hennessy, Chronicon Scotorum, Annal CS560 (AU 558, 560.)
    .
  11. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC5].
  12. [S299] Genealogy of Family O'Neill, online http://www.cgocable.net/~aoneill/
  13. [S593] Picts, manuscript Internet, "In octavo anno regni eius baptizatus est sancto a Columba.".
  14. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC6].
  15. [S297] Unknown, AT, T584.1.
  16. [S599] ., Life of Columba.

Leovigild I, King of Spain

b. circa 512, d. circa April 586
Leovigild I, King of Spain|b. c 512\nd. c Apr 586|p294.htm#i8126|N. N. the Visigoth|b. c 480|p78.htm#i10130||||||||||||||||
FatherN. N. the Visigoth b. circa 480
     Also called Leodegild.1 Leovigild I, King of Spain was born circa 512. He was the son of N. N. the Visigoth. Leovigild I, King of Spain married Theodosia of Cartagena, daughter of Severinus of Cartagena and Theodora, before 555; His 1st.1,2 Leovigild I, King of Spain married Goiswinth (?) circa 567; Her 2nd (widowed). "Atanagildo rege in Spania defuncto, Leuva cum Leuvildo fratre regnum assumunt."3 Leovigild I, King of Spain expelled the (Roman) imperial civil servants and attempted to unify the Spanish Peninsula, ending the Roman Empire in Spain between 568 and 586.4 He was took Leon and Zamora from the Suebi in the northwest in 569.5 King of the Visigoths at Spain between 569 and 586.6 He was took Córdoba from the Byzantines in the south between 571 and 572.5 He was defeated the Suebi and annexed their kingdom in 581.5 He was wrested Seville from the Byzantines between 581 and 583.5 He witnessed the death of Hermenegild II "the Holy" on 13 April 585 at Tarragona, Spain; Beheaded by his father, Leovigild, for betraying him. His betrayal was to marry an zealous orthodox catholic, Ingund, and convert from arianism. Hermenegild rebelled with the help of Byzantium. Leovigild bribed Byzantium to betray his son and Hermenegild was thus captured and killed. "Most contemporary writers suggested that Hermenegild was executed as a rebel, but Pope Gregory I, in his Dialogues, stated that he was killed for refusing to receive communion from an Arian bishop."5 Leovigild I, King of Spain was attacked by the relatives of Ingund, his rebellious sons Merovingian wife, for on a pretext of avenging her treatment, the Frankish kings Childebert II and Guntram attacked Septimania and sent a fleet to help the Suebi, circa June 585.5 He died circa April 586 at Toledo, Spain. Died the last Arian Ruler in Visigoth Spain.5 He was the predecessor of Reccared I, King of Spain; King of the Visigoths.6

Family 1

Theodosia of Cartagena b. circa 530
Children

Family 2

Goiswinth (?) b. circa 514

Citations

  1. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  2. [S1395] Portal Cartagena, online http://www.cartagena-virtual.com/personajes/…
  3. [S1196] Historia Francorum, online http://hbar.phys.msu.su/gorm/chrons/georflor.htm, LXIII.
  4. [S223] Si, online http://www.sispain.org/english/history/, roman.html.
  5. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  6. [S1084] Anonymous, "HS", pg. 26.

Leutfrid, Duke of Alemania1

b. 535, d. after 587
Leutfrid, Duke of Alemania|b. 535\nd. a 587|p294.htm#i18899|Leuthari I, Herzog der Alamannen|b. 510\nd. 553|p292.htm#i18900||||Nobleman N. N. of the Franks|b. 480|p169.htm#i18901||||||||||
FatherLeuthari I, Herzog der Alamannen2 b. 510, d. 553
     Leutfrid, Duke of Alemania was born in 535.1 He was the son of Leuthari I, Herzog der Alamannen.2 Duke of Alemania between 553 and 587.1 Leutfrid, Duke of Alemania died after 587.1

Family

Child

Citations

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

Fredegund d' Ardennes1

b. 543, d. 587 or 8 December 597
Fredegund d' Ardennes|b. 543\nd. 587 or 8 Dec 597|p294.htm#i7914|Brunulphe I, comte d' Ardennes|b. c 503|p81.htm#i10479|Crotechilde the Ostrogoth|b. c 508|p81.htm#i10480|||||||||||||
FatherBrunulphe I, comte d' Ardennes2 b. circa 503
MotherCrotechilde the Ostrogoth b. circa 508
      "A fiend incarnate, but incomparable in her powers of fascination."3 Fredegund d' Ardennes was born in 543 at Montdidier.4,5,2 She was the daughter of Brunulphe I, comte d' Ardennes and Crotechilde the Ostrogoth.2 Fredegund d' Ardennes was noted as "One of the most bloodthirsty women in history," "Ruthlessly murderous and sadistically cruel, Fredegund can have few rivals in monstrousness".5 She was a witness where Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster murdered his first wife Galswintha in order to marry her maid, Fredegund, and his brother, husband of Galswintha's sister, was obliged to seek revenge, and a terrible civil war broke out between the brothers in 568. Fredegund d' Ardennes married Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster, son of Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex and Arnegundis (?), after 568; His 3rd marriage. She was the maid of Chilperic's 1st wife, Galswintha, Brunhild's sister.6,7,5 Fredegund d' Ardennes witnessed the birth of Samson des Francs in 575.2 Fredegund d' Ardennes witnessed the death of Subking Merovech des Francs in 577 at Arras; Driven to suicide by his step-mother, Fredegund, to clear the way for her own children to succeed to the throne.2,8 Fredegund d' Ardennes witnessed the death of Theodoric III des Francs in 583; On his death, his mother, Fredegund, burned all of his possessions and had a group of Parisian women tortured for supposed witchcraft.2 Fredegund d' Ardennes was a witness where Rigonthe des Francs given a great amount of gifts prior to her departure for Spain before 584. Fredegund d' Ardennes witnessed the death of Subking at Tours Clovis des Francs in 584; He was murdered by his step-mother, Fredegund. She was clearing the ranks of contenders to the throne to make sure her own children would succeed.6 Fredegund d' Ardennes witnessed the death of Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster between September 584 and October 584 at Chelles, France; He fell victim to an unknown assassin. Some suggest that his wife, Fredegund, had a hand in the assassination because he had discovered she was having an affair.5,9,2 Fredegund d' Ardennes died in 587 or 8 December 597 at Paris, France. Said to have died a natural death.4,5,7,2,10

Family

Chilpericus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster b. 537, d. between September 584 and October 584
Children

Citations

  1. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  3. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 3.X, footnote 4.
  4. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC.
  5. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 303-49.
  6. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  7. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  8. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, FAMILIE DER MEROWINGER, 577 ermordet (von Fredegunde) .
  9. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table I.
  10. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, pg. 124 for "587".
  11. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 303-48.

Radegundis, regina1

b. circa 518, d. 3 August 587
Radegundis, regina|b. c 518\nd. 3 Aug 587|p294.htm#i10145|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|||||||
FatherBerthachar, King of the Thuringians2,3,4 b. circa 460, d. circa 525
     Also called Radegunde von Thüringen.5 Also called St. Radégonde.4 Radegundis, regina was born circa 518.6 She was the daughter of Berthachar, King of the Thuringians.2,3,4 Radegundis, regina married Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex, son of Chlodoveus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Chrotechildis, in 531; His 3rd.2,7,3,4 Radegundis, regina founded a monastery consecrated to the Virigin, and retired there a nun circa 550 at Sainte-Croix, Poitiers, Vienne.2,8 Diplomatum Imperii between 584 and 587: "S. Radegundis reginae, Deo sacraine, testamentum pro monasterio puellarum, a se in civitate Pictavensi condito."1 She died on 3 August 587 at Poitiers.9 Radegundis, regina was buried in Basilica Sainte-Marie-hors-la-Murs, Poitiers, Vienne.8 She witnessed the engagement of Reccared I, King of Spain and Basina des Francs after 588; Though there was a possibility that there would be a marriage, Radegund, her step-grandmother, Thuringian wife of Chlothar I, quickly cancelled the plan.

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S1202] . MGH-DI, 7, pg 8..
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 303-50.
  3. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  4. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 70.
  5. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, FAMILIE DER MEROWINGER.
  6. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, FAMILIE DER MEROWINGER, um 518.
  7. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  8. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 71.
  9. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, FAMILIE DER MEROWINGER, 13.8.587 Poitiers.

Ælle Yffisson, King of Deira

b. circa 530, d. 588 or 590
Ælle Yffisson, King of Deira|b. c 530\nd. 588 or 590|p294.htm#i12295|Yffi of the Angles|b. c 510|p142.htm#i16233||||||||||||||||
FatherYffi of the Angles1 b. circa 510
     Ælle Yffisson, King of Deira was born circa 530. He was the son of Yffi of the Angles.1 Ælle Yffisson, King of Deira became the first king of the new Kingdom of Deira in the Yorkshire Wolds in 559. King of Deira, the 1st at England between 559 and 589.1,2 He seized the Yorkshire Wolds following the death of the Bernician king Ida the Flamebearer in 560. He led his people against the native Britons in 560 at Yorkshire, England. He died in 588 or 590.2

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S427] Britannia.com, online www.britannia.com, http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/northumb.html
  2. [S1063] PASE, online http:\\www.asnc.cam.ac.uk\pase\Level1\homepage.html, BDDAB, pp. 16-17; CDNB 1:21; DNB 1:169 = 1:169; Fletcher, p. 25.
  3. [S601] Michelle Ziegler, "The Politics of Exile".
  4. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 284.

Ingoberga (?)1

b. 519, d. 589
     Ingoberga (?) was the mother of Berta; the only child of Ingoberga.2 Also called Ingelberge (?).1 Ingoberga (?) was born in 519.3 She married Charibert, rex Francorum, son of Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex and Ingundis (?), in 540; His 1st.2,4,3,5 "Charibertus rex Ingobergam accepit uxorem."5 Ingoberga (?) was benefactor of the church of Mans between 586 and 589.1 She died in 589 at age 70 years. She died at age 70.3,1

Family

Charibert, rex Francorum b. circa 520, d. 567
Child
  • Berta+ b. c 550, d. 6164,2

Citations

  1. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 74.
  2. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 75.
  3. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  4. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  5. [S1196] Historia Francorum, online http://hbar.phys.msu.su/gorm/chrons/georflor.htm, LVI.

King of Dumnonia Custennin ab Cado o Dumnonia1

d. 589
King of Dumnonia Custennin ab Cado o Dumnonia|d. 589|p294.htm#i25076|King of Dumnonia Cadwy ap Geraint o Dumnonia|b. c 482|p97.htm#i11896||||King of Dumnonia Geraint L. a. E. o Dumnonia|b. c 448|p279.htm#i11897|Gwyar f. A. (?)|b. c 450|p97.htm#i11915|||||||
FatherKing of Dumnonia Cadwy ap Geraint o Dumnonia1 b. circa 482
     King of Dumnonia Custennin ab Cado o Dumnonia was the son of King of Dumnonia Cadwy ap Geraint o Dumnonia.1 Also called St. Constantine.1 King of Dumnonia Custennin ab Cado o Dumnonia was the successor of King of Dumnonia Cadwy ap Geraint o Dumnonia; King of Dumnonia.1 High King of Britain between 530 and 540.1 King of Dumnonia at Britain between 530 and 560.1 King of Dumnonia Custennin ab Cado o Dumnonia entered a monastery.1 He died in 589. Killed.1

Family

Child

Citations

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

Exilarch Haninai I ben Hofnai beni David1,2

d. 589
Exilarch Haninai I ben Hofnai beni David|d. 589|p294.htm#i12961|Exilarch Hofnai ben Ahunai beni David||p106.htm#i12964||||Exilarch Mar A. b. Z. beni David||p106.htm#i12965||||||||||
FatherExilarch Hofnai ben Ahunai beni David3
     Exilarch Haninai I ben Hofnai beni David was the son of Exilarch Hofnai ben Ahunai beni David.3 Exilarch Haninai I ben Hofnai beni David was the successor of Exilarch Hofnai ben Ahunai beni David; Exilarch.2,4 Exilarch at Babylonia between 580 and 590.2,5 Exilarch Haninai I ben Hofnai beni David married N. N. bat Hananiah mi-Sura, daughter of Gaon Hananiah mi-Sura, before 589. Exilarch Haninai I ben Hofnai beni David died in 589. He was killed in the attempt by the Sasanian King Chosroes II to wipe out the entire royal House of David, due mostly to Jewish hostilities to him in support of an usurping king (Hermisdas IV).6,7 He was a witness where Khusro II Aparvez, Shah of Iran attempted to wipe out the entire royal House of David, trying to kill all the male-sperm descendants of David in the Area of Pure Lineage, including the reigning Exilarch Haninai, due mostly to Jewish hostilities to him in support of an usurping king. In 589.7,6 Exilarch Haninai I ben Hofnai beni David was the predecessor of Exilarch Bustanai ben Haninai beni David; Exilarch.2,8

Family

N. N. bat Hananiah mi-Sura
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-47.
  2. [S920] ., "Babylonian Exilarchs Tree," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart (91), Thursday, May 17, 2001 6:27 PM.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-48.
  4. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Mesopotamia & Arabia, the Resh Galuta, c. 560-c. 580.
  5. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Mesopotamia & Arabia, the Resh Galuta, c. 580-c. 590.
  6. [S627] Throne of David, online www.bupc.org/resources/THE%20THRONE%20OF%20DAVID.htm.
  7. [S629] Aharon Oppenheimer, Babylonia Judaica.
  8. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Mesopotamia & Arabia, the Resh Galuta.

Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged1

b. circa 490, d. 590
Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged|b. c 490\nd. 590|p294.htm#i12001|Brenin ogledd Rheged Cynfarch Oer ap Meirchion o Rheged|b. c 460|p98.htm#i12003|Nyfain verch Brychan o Brycheiniog|b. c 458|p98.htm#i12004|Brenin Rheged Meirchion G. a. G. o Rheged|b. c 438\nd. 535|p292.htm#i11718|Essylt verch Culwynedd|b. c 440|p94.htm#i11719|Brenin Brycheiniog St. B. a. A. o Brycheiniog|b. c 419|p279.htm#i11565|Prawst v. T. o Dumnonia|b. c 415|p92.htm#i11567|
FatherBrenin ogledd Rheged Cynfarch Oer ap Meirchion o Rheged1 b. circa 460
MotherNyfain verch Brychan o Brycheiniog1 b. circa 458
     Also called Orian English.1 Also called Urbgenius filius Cunomorus Latin.1 Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged was born circa 490.1 He was the son of Brenin ogledd Rheged Cynfarch Oer ap Meirchion o Rheged and Nyfain verch Brychan o Brycheiniog.1 Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged married Morganna Le Fay verch Gorles o Cernyw, daughter of Duke of Cornwall Gorles Sap map Solor o Cernyw and Ygerna verch Amlawdd o Dumnonia, before 510.1 Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged besieged Theodoric, the Angle King of Berncia, for three days in 575. He was mentioned in 579.2 King of North Rheged at Cumbria, Britain, between 579 and 590.2 He was mentioned again in 586.2 A Confederation of British Kings joined in operations against Anglian Bernicia. In 590 at the siege of Ynys Metcaut.2 He was a witness where Llywarch Hen ab Elidyr, Brenin ne Rheged witnessed the assassination of his cousin, Urien Rheged, and recovered Uriens head, in 590.1 Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged was at Ynys Metcaut with Elmet's king in 590.2 He was the predecessor of Brenin ogledd Rheged Owain ab Urien o ogledd Rheged; King of North Rheged.2 Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged died in 590 at Lindisfarne, the Holy Island. Murdered while on campaign against the Anglo-Saxons. He is thought to have been betrayed by Morgan, a leader of the Goddodin tribe from north of the Tweed. His head was recovered by his cousin, Llywarch Hen, King of South Rheged.1

Family

Morganna Le Fay verch Gorles o Cernyw b. circa 473
Children

Hormazd IV, Shah of Iran

d. 590
Hormazd IV, Shah of Iran|d. 590|p294.htm#i13515|Khusro I Anoshirvan, Shah of Iran|d. 579|p293.htm#i13516|Kayen of the T'etalats'ik'||p113.htm#i13517|Kavad I., Shah of Iran|d. 531|p291.htm#i13527||||Xak'an of the T'etalats'ik'||p82.htm#i17843||||
FatherKhusro I Anoshirvan, Shah of Iran1,2 d. 579
MotherKayen of the T'etalats'ik'1
     Hormazd IV, Shah of Iran was the son of Khusro I Anoshirvan, Shah of Iran and Kayen of the T'etalats'ik'.1,2 Hormazd IV, Shah of Iran was related to Khusro II Aparvez, Shah of Iran; son of Hormizd IV.3 Hormazd IV, Shah of Iran was the son and successor of Khosrow I.4 He "inherited a bad [nature] from his father's line, but an even more bestial [nature] from his mother's line".5 He did away with all the naxarars and ancestors and the more indigenous Houses of the land of Iran.5 He was son of Khusro I.6 Also called Ormizd.2 He was the successor of Khusro I Anoshirvan, Shah of Iran; Shah of Iran.7,2,6 Shah of Iran between 579 and 590.2,4,6 Hormazd IV, Shah of Iran prosecuted a war against the Eastern Roman Empire before 590.8 He died in 590. "Then all the naxarars and commanders of troops, and soldiers assembled in the hall of the court at an hour when they met there. Entering the royal chamber, they seized, quickly blinded and then killed king Ormazd."8,2,4 He was the predecessor of Khusro II Aparvez, Shah of Iran; Shah of Iran.2,3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-49.
  2. [S589] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Sebeos' (7th C), Chapter 2.
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Khosrow II (k. of Pers.).
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Hormizd IV (Sasanian k.).
  5. [S589] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Sebeos' (7th C), Chap. 3.
  6. [S1228] Coins and history, online www.grifterrec.com.
  7. [S582] Mehan.com, online www.mehan.com.
  8. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-48.

Guaram I, Prince of Cholarzene-Javakhet'i, Curopalate1

b. say 535, d. 590?
Guaram I, Prince of Cholarzene-Javakhet'i, Curopalate|b. s 535\nd. 590?|p294.htm#i30231|Leo Xosroviani|b. a 510\nd. a 534|p292.htm#i30225||||Vaxt'ang Gorgasali, King of K'art'li|b. 440\nd. 522|p291.htm#i25461|Helena of Byzantium|b. c 470?|p221.htm#i25460|||||||
FatherLeo Xosroviani1 b. after 510, d. after 534
     Guaram I, Prince of Cholarzene-Javakhet'i, Curopalate was a Bagrationi, and a nephew of Mirdat, son of Vaxt'ang from his Greek wife.2 He was a Xosroid from his mother, but a Bagratid from his father.2 He was born say 535. He was the son of Leo Xosroviani.1 Guaram I, Prince of Cholarzene-Javakhet'i, Curopalate was given the rank of curopalates by the Emperor and sent to Mtskheta in 580? At Kartli, Transcaucasia.2 (39th) curopalates at Kartli, Transcaucasia, between 580 and 590.3 Prince of Cholarzene-Javakhet'i between 588 and 590.1 He died in 590?.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1641] Cyril Toumanoff, Toumanoff's Studies, Table between 418 & 419.
  2. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 229.
  3. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 229, 380, 580-590.

Eochaid Find mac Áedán1

b. circa 560, d. between 590 and 596
Eochaid Find mac Áedán|b. c 560\nd. bt 590 - 596|p294.htm#i18058|Áedán mac Gabráin, rí Alban|b. c 533\nd. 17 Apr 608|p295.htm#i5767|Domelch verch Mælgwn o Gwynedd|b. c 525|p91.htm#i11471|Gabráin m. D., rí Alban|b. 500\nd. bt 558 - 560|p292.htm#i5768|Fedelm ingen Feidelmid||p124.htm#i14467|Mælgwn I. H. a. C., Brenin Gwynedd|b. c 480\nd. 547|p292.htm#i7980|N. N. ingen Girom|b. c 500|p91.htm#i11470|
FatherÁedán mac Gabráin, rí Alban1 b. circa 533, d. 17 April 608
MotherDomelch verch Mælgwn o Gwynedd1 b. circa 525
     Eochaid Find mac Áedán was born circa 560. He was the son of Áedán mac Gabráin, rí Alban and Domelch verch Mælgwn o Gwynedd.1 Eochaid Find mac Áedán died between 590 and 596 at the Battle of Miathi. He died in battle against the Southern Picts, the Maeatae.

Citations

  1. [S597] John Bannerman, Bannerman, J..

Authari filius clep, King of the Longobards

b. circa 560, d. 5 September 590
Authari filius clep, King of the Longobards|b. c 560\nd. 5 Sep 590|p294.htm#i9865|Cleph ex genere beleos, King of the Longobards|b. c 568?\nd. c 574|p293.htm#i9866||||||||||||||||
FatherCleph ex genere beleos, King of the Longobards b. circa 568?, d. circa 574
     Authari filius clep, King of the Longobards was an Arian.1 He was born circa 560.2 He was the son of Cleph ex genere beleos, King of the Longobards. Authari filius clep, King of the Longobards became the 13th King, 3rd in Italy, of the Longobards, succeeding his father, Cleph, following the years 574-584 which saw the Lombards ruled by an alliance of, traditionally, thirty-five duces, as a federation under the overall command of one Zaban, who ruled from Pavia. Authari become King after this period in 584. "Terdiusdecimus authari, filius clep."3 13th King of the Longobards at Lombardy, Italy, between 584 and 590.4,5 He and Chlodoswinthe des Francs were engaged before 588; The marriage was negotiated but Authari was passed over in favor of her marrying the Visigoth King, Reccared. Authari filius clep, King of the Longobards married Theodelinde, Langobardenkönigin, daughter of Garibald I, Herzog von Bayern and Waldrada, Longobard Princess, on 15 May 589; Her 1st.6,7 Theudelinda was, on her mother's side, the granddaughter of the former Langobard king Waccho, of the race of the Lethingi, with which Authari, who sprang from the later stock of Beleos, desired an alliance to give an additional sanction of legitimacy to his royal title.8 Authari filius clep, King of the Longobards ensured the survival of the Lombards, threatened as they were by both the Byzantines and the Franks.9 He died on 5 September 590. In the meantime, while king Authari's messengers were stopping in France, king Authari, after he had reigned six years, died at Ticinum (Pavia) on the Nones (5th) of September from poison he had taken, as they relate.10,11 He was the predecessor of Agilulphus , turingus, ex genere anawas, rex Langobardorum; 14th King of the Longobards.4,5

Family 1

Chlodoswinthe des Francs b. 569

Family 2

Theodelinde, Langobardenkönigin b. circa 570, d. 625

Citations

  1. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 4.XXVII, footnote [4], (Hodgkin, V, 430).
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Agilolfinger, um 560.
  3. [S1594] Lombard King Rothair, ER, preamble.
  4. [S249] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia, under "Lombardy".
  5. [S252] Neil Christie, TPoE: Lombards, pg. xxv.
  6. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, pg. 168.
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Agilolfinger, 15.5.589.
  8. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 3.XXX, footnote 6.
  9. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "The Lombard kingdom, 584-774".
  10. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Agilolfinger, 5.9.590.
  11. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 3.XXXV.

Garibald I, Herzog von Bayern1

b. 525, d. 592
Garibald I, Herzog von Bayern|b. 525\nd. 592|p294.htm#i8146|Agivald des Franken|b. c 500|p80.htm#i10432||||Agilulf des Franken|b. c 475|p80.htm#i10445|Princess of the Burgundii|b. c 475\nd. 500|p290.htm#i10474|||||||
FatherAgivald des Franken2 b. circa 500
     Also called Garivald. Garibald I, Herzog von Bayern was born in 525.3 He was the son of Agivald des Franken.2 Duke of Bavaria between 553 and 591.3,4 Garibald I, Herzog von Bayern was the first of the Agilofing family, a Frankish dynasty, to rule in 555 at Bavaria.5,6 He married Waldrada, Longobard Princess, daughter of Waccho filius winigis, nepus tatoni, rex Langobardorum and Austrigusa, Princess of the Gepidae, between 555 and 561; Her 3rd. Chlothar I, conferred the widow of Theudebald, his grandnephew, on the dux Garivald.7,8,9 Annales Mellicensis 590: "Garibaldus quidam rex tenet ducatum Babarie."10 Garibald I, Herzog von Bayern died in 592 at age 67 years.3

Family 1

Waldrada, Longobard Princess b. circa 540, d. 572
Children

Family 2

Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Agilolfinger.
  2. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC.
  3. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Agilolfinger, 553-591.
  5. [S1143] Brockhaus 2002, "Agilolfinger".
  6. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Bavaria.
  7. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, pg. 161.
  8. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Agilolfinger, 555/61.
  9. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 1.XXI.
  10. [S1188] Various MGH, Vol 9, pg. 535, from Auctarium Mellicense.
  11. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 27.
  12. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 4.XL.
  13. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, Probable relationship..
  14. [S44] Edward Gibbon Gibbon, chap 45.

Tassilo I, Herzog von Bayern1

b. between 555 and 560, d. between 592 and 610
Tassilo I, Herzog von Bayern|b. bt 555 - 560\nd. bt 592 - 610|p294.htm#i8145|Garibald I, Herzog von Bayern|b. 525\nd. 592|p294.htm#i8146|Waldrada, Longobard Princess|b. c 540\nd. 572|p293.htm#i8165|Agivald des Franken|b. c 500|p80.htm#i10432||||Waccho filius winigis, nepus tatoni, rex Langobardorum|b. c 485\nd. c 539|p292.htm#i8174|Austrigusa, Princess of the Gepidae|b. c 504|p64.htm#i8175|
FatherGaribald I, Herzog von Bayern2 b. 525, d. 592
MotherWaldrada, Longobard Princess3 b. circa 540, d. 572
     Tassilo I, Herzog von Bayern was born between 555 and 560.4 He was the son of Garibald I, Herzog von Bayern and Waldrada, Longobard Princess.2,3 Duke of Bavaria in 592.4 Tassilo I, Herzog von Bayern was made "King" of Bavaria, an action by Childebert II, showing the royal nature of Agilolfing power as well as continued Merovingian involvement in its institution, in 592.5 He died between 592 and 610.4 Annales Mellicensis 593: "Tassilo dux regnant in Babaria. Istum Tassilonem Hildebertus rex Frankorum ducem constituit, Garibaldo rege et filio eius atque filia sua fugieatibus ad Outharium regem Longobardum."6 He died circa 610.7

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Agilolfinger.
  2. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, Probable relationship..
  3. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC.
  4. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas.
  5. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, pg. 161.
  6. [S1188] Various MGH, Vol 9, pg. 535, from Auctarium Mellicense.
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Agilolfinger, um 610.
  8. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, Certain relationship..

Theodoric, King of Bernicia

b. circa 541, d. circa 593
Theodoric, King of Bernicia|b. c 541\nd. c 593|p294.htm#i12294|Ida Eoppasson, Overking of North Britain|b. c 517\nd. 559|p292.htm#i12293||||Eoppa E., King of Bernicia|b. c 487|p124.htm#i14455||||||||||
FatherIda Eoppasson, Overking of North Britain1 b. circa 517, d. 559
     Theodoric, King of Bernicia was born circa 541. He was the son of Ida Eoppasson, Overking of North Britain.1 Theodoric, King of Bernicia was a witness where Ælle Yffisson, King of Deira seized the Yorkshire Wolds following the death of the Bernician king Ida the Flamebearer in 560. King of Bernicia at England between 572 and 579.1 Theodoric, King of Bernicia was a witness where Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged besieged Theodoric, the Angle King of Berncia, for three days in 575. Theodoric, King of Bernicia died circa 593.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S427] Britannia.com, online www.britannia.com, http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/northumb.html

King of Bernicia Hussa of the Angles

b. circa 570, d. circa 593
King of Bernicia Hussa of the Angles|b. c 570\nd. c 593|p294.htm#i16232|N. N. of the Angles|b. c 540|p142.htm#i16231||||Ida E., Overking of North Britain|b. c 517\nd. 559|p292.htm#i12293||||||||||
FatherN. N. of the Angles1 b. circa 540
     King of Bernicia Hussa of the Angles was the successor of King of the South Pennines Sawyl Penuchel ap Pabo o Ebrauc; King of The Peak.2 King of Bernicia Hussa of the Angles was born circa 570. He was the son of N. N. of the Angles.1 King of Bernicia at England between 585 and 593.1 King of Bernicia Hussa of the Angles successfully invaded the kingdom of South Pennines in 590.2 He died circa 593. He was the predecessor of Æthelfrith, King of Bernicia and Deira; King of Bernicia.1

Citations

  1. [S427] Britannia.com, online www.britannia.com, http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/northumb.html
  2. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm

Mušegh I Mamikonean, Marzpan of Armenia

b. circa 525?, d. 593
Mušegh I Mamikonean, Marzpan of Armenia|b. c 525?\nd. 593|p294.htm#i5955|Hmayeak II Mamikonean, Nakharar of Taron|b. c 490\nd. 525|p291.htm#i5957||||Vard P. Mamikonean, Patriarch of Armenia|b. 450\nd. 509|p290.htm#i5959||||||||||
FatherHmayeak II Mamikonean, Nakharar of Taron1 b. circa 490, d. 525
      Lord of Mush and prince of Taron's Xut' and of Sasun.2 Mušegh I Mamikonean, Marzpan of Armenia was born circa 525?. He was the son of Hmayeak II Mamikonean, Nakharar of Taron.1 Mušegh I Mamikonean, Marzpan of Armenia was commander of Emperor Maurice's armies in an attack on Thrace after 582.3 Prince of the Mamikoneans.4 He was established as marzpan of Armenia, and given 30,000 Armenian troops by Xosrov, on orders from the Emperor Maurice.4 He was a witness where Khusro II Aparvez, Shah of Iran established Musheg Mamikonean as Marzpan of Armenia.2 Viceroy of Armenia between 591 and 593.4 Mušegh I Mamikonean, Marzpan of Armenia died in 593. His army destroyed in a great slaughter, the Thracians arrested him, bound him to a tall tree in the forest, and killed him.3,5 "That very year the [church of] St. Karapet which was located at Innaknean collapsed because there was a very severe earthquake causing the houses below/south of [the church] to crumble. Now the church (since its foundation was on the [earthquake line]) moved and cracked. The prince of Taron, Mushegh, gave much treasure and ordered stone masons to an unknown person build. However, they were unable to build it in a fitting manner, since the Iranian troops were harassing them. That very year Mushegh an unknown person built St. Karapet and then died. He is buried by the Arcrunid prince on the eastern side."2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1037] DFA (Bagrat), online http://www.ut.ee/~votan/articles/bagrat.htm
    , Part 2, V.
  2. [S1131] Robert Bedrosian (translator), History of Taron (10th C).
  3. [S589] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Sebeos' (7th C), Chapter 8.
  4. [S1131] Robert Bedrosian (translator), History of Taron (10th C), Chap. 1.
  5. [S1132] DFA (4000 yr), online, 99..
  6. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 322-49.
  7. [S1131] Robert Bedrosian (translator), History of Taron (10th C), "Then [Mushegh], resembllng someone awakening from sleep, ordered that they summon Vahan (whom he had made prince of Taron while he himself was the marzpan of Armenla). And [Mushegh] sald to him: My son, Vahan, you know that throughout the 120 years of my life I have been waglng war, wiping blood rather than sweat from my forehead with the blade, and [you know] that I personally have arranged and waged 83 battles. Now I am old and quavering. My helpers are God and you, and no one else. For my own son died at 12 years of age. Now, my son, remember this: lf you die for the sake of Christianity and for the Church you will be a martyr, and if you fall in battle over material things, do it bravely [isk et'e i veray marmnawor ench'ic' ijanes i mart, ew ayn k'ajut'eamb e]. For I have no other heir. My country belongs to you and to your descendants after you.".

Ceawlin, King of Wessex1,2,3

b. circa 547, d. 593
Ceawlin, King of Wessex|b. c 547\nd. 593|p294.htm#i7294|Cynric, King of the West Saxons|b. c 525\nd. 560|p293.htm#i7295||||Creoda, King of the West Saxons|b. c 493|p77.htm#i10009||||||||||
FatherCynric, King of the West Saxons4,5 b. circa 525, d. 560
     Anglo Saxon Chronicles 530: "Here Cerdic and Cynric took the Isle of Wight and killed a few men at Wihtgar's stronghold."6 Ceawlin, King of Wessex was born circa 547. He was the son of Cynric, King of the West Saxons.4,5 Anglo Saxon Chronicles 556: "Here Cynric and Ceawlin fought against the Britons at Bera's stronghold."6 Ceawlin, King of Wessex succeeded his father and "reigned thirty winters" in 560. He became the Bretwalda, the so-called High King, or King of Kings, of the Anglo Saxons, succeeding Aella of Sussex in 560. Bretwalda at south of the Humber River, England, between 560 and 591.7 King of Wessex at England between 560 and 592.8 He and Cuthwine, subKing of Wessex were said to have fought with the Britons in 577 at Durham, England. "They slew three kings, Commail, and Condida, and Farinmail, on the spot that is called Derham, and took from them three cities, Gloucester, Cirencester, and Bath."9 Ceawlin, King of Wessex and Cuthwine, subKing of Wessex battled the Britons in 584. "This year Ceawlin and Cutha fought with the Britons on the spot that is called Fretherne. There Cutha was slain. And Ceawlin took many towns, as well as immense booty and wealth. He then retreated to his own people."9 Ceawlin, King of Wessex lost his kingdom in 591. "This year there was a great slaughter of Britons at Wanborough; Caewlin was driven from his kingdom."9 He died in 593. "This year died Ceawlin."2,9,3

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 233-50.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 1-4.
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Bældæg, 67.
  4. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 1-3.
  5. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 66.
  6. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 16.
  7. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm
  8. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 286.
  9. [S216] Ingram's Edition, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.

Creoda of the Angles

d. 593
Creoda of the Angles|d. 593|p294.htm#i13349|Cynewald of the Angles||p111.htm#i13350||||Cnebba of the Angles||p111.htm#i13351||||||||||
FatherCynewald of the Angles1
     Creoda of the Angles was the son of Cynewald of the Angles.1 Creoda of the Angles was the successor of Cynewald of the Angles; Ruler of the Angles.1 Ruler of the Angles at Central Britain between 580 and 593.1 Creoda of the Angles died in 593. He was the predecessor of Pybba, King of Mercia; King of the Angles.1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm, Angles of Central England.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Wihtlæg, 64.

King of the East Angles Tytilus Uuffing1

d. 593
King of the East Angles Tytilus Uuffing|d. 593|p294.htm#i13363|King of the East Angles Wuffa of the Angles|d. 578|p293.htm#i13364||||Wehha of the Angles||p111.htm#i13365||||||||||
FatherKing of the East Angles Wuffa of the Angles1 d. 578
     King of the East Angles Tytilus Uuffing was the son of King of the East Angles Wuffa of the Angles.1 King of the East Angles Tytilus Uuffing died in 593.2

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S602] St. "the Venerable," c. 673-735 Bede, Bede's History, Book II, Chap XV.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Casere, 64.

Cumuscach mac Áeda1

d. 593
Cumuscach mac Áeda|d. 593|p294.htm#i24059|Áed mac Ainmerech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 594|p294.htm#i14404|Land ingen Áeda||p123.htm#i14405|Ainmuire m. S., Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 566|p293.htm#i14374|Brigid i. C. Uí Chennselaig||p123.htm#i14373|Áed G. mac Amalgada||p124.htm#i14426||||
FatherÁed mac Ainmerech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann1 d. 594
MotherLand ingen Áeda1
     Cumuscach mac Áeda was the son of Áed mac Ainmerech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann and Land ingen Áeda.1 Annals of the Four Masters 593: "Cumuscach, son of Aedh, son of Ainmire, was slain by Bran Dubh, son of Eochaidh, at Dun Bucat. / Cumascach, mac Aodha mic Ainmirech, do mharbhadh la Brandubh, mac Eathach, i n-Dun Bucat." ( (an unknown value)).1 Cumuscach mac Áeda died in 593.1

Citations

  1. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M593.2.

Guntchramm des Francs

b. between 532 and 534, d. 28 March 593
Guntchramm des Francs|b. bt 532 - 534\nd. 28 Mar 593|p294.htm#i8135|Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Ingundis (?)|b. c 515|p63.htm#i8124|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|Baderic the Thuringian|b. c 480\nd. c 529|p291.htm#i10444||||
FatherChlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex1,2,3 b. between 501 and 502, d. 10 November 561
MotherIngundis (?)2,3 b. circa 515
     Also called Gunthramm.4 Also called Gontran.4 Also called Gunthechramm.4 Guntchramm des Francs was born between 532 and 534.4 He was the son of Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex and Ingundis (?).1,2,3 Guntchramm des Francs married Marcatrudis des Francs transjurans, daughter of Magnachar des Francs transjurans, circa 556; His 2nd.5,2,6 Guntchramm des Francs associated with Venerande (?) circa 559; His 1st.5,2,6 Guntchramm des Francs was received Burgundy in the quadripartite division of the lands of his father in 561.4 King of Franks at Orléans, Burgundy, Frankish Kingdoms, between 561 and 593.7,4 He married Austréchilde "Bobilla" (?) in 566; His 3rd.8,2 Guntchramm des Francs was added further lands from that of his deceased brother, Charibert of Paris, in 567. He married Theodechildis (?) after 580; His 4th. Her 2nd (widow).2 Guntchramm des Francs was present at the Council of Valence in 585. He was a witness where Leovigild I, King of Spain attacked by the relatives of Ingund, his rebellious sons Merovingian wife, for on a pretext of avenging her treatment, the Frankish kings Childebert II and Guntram attacked Septimania and sent a fleet to help the Suebi, circa June 585.9 Guntchramm des Francs died on 28 March 593.2,6 Guntchramm des Francs was buried in Basilica Saint-Marcel, Chalon-sur-Saône.6

Family 1

Venerande (?) b. circa 536
Child

Family 2

Marcatrudis des Francs transjurans b. circa 536
Child

Family 3

Austréchilde "Bobilla" (?) b. circa 538, d. 580
Children

Family 4

Theodechildis (?) b. circa 546

Citations

  1. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  3. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 71.
  4. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 76.
  5. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, pg 345.
  6. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 77.
  7. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  8. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  9. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.

Áed mac Ainmerech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann1

d. 594
Áed mac Ainmerech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 594|p294.htm#i14404|Ainmuire mac Sétnai, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 566|p293.htm#i14374|Brigid ingen Cobthaich Uí Chennselaig||p123.htm#i14373|Sétna m. F. Cenél Conaill||p123.htm#i14375||||Cobthach m. A. Uí Chennselaig||p123.htm#i14372||||
FatherAinmuire mac Sétnai, Ard-rí na h'Éireann2 d. 566
MotherBrigid ingen Cobthaich Uí Chennselaig3
     Áed mac Ainmerech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was the son of Ainmuire mac Sétnai, Ard-rí na h'Éireann and Brigid ingen Cobthaich Uí Chennselaig.2,3 Aedh was ancestor of the families O'Gallachubair (O'Gallagher), O'Canannan (O'Cannon) and O'Maeldoraidh (O'Muldory of Loch Erne). Áed mac Ainmerech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann married Land ingen Áeda, daughter of Áed Guaire mac Amalgada.4 140th Monarch of Ireland between 567 and 594. Áed mac Ainmerech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann ruled his first year over Ireland in 568.5 He was a witness where Áedán mac Gabráin, rí Alban concluded an agreement with the High King of Ireland, Aed mac Ainmerech, in which Aedan retained authority, to tax and collect tribute, over the Dál Riatan peoples who still lived in the original homeland of Fergus in Ulster, but these Dál Riatans were ultimately answerable to the Irish High King for military support, showing the Dál Riatan kings, even in Scotland, were subject to some degree to the High Kings of Ireland, in 575 at Drumceat, Derry, Ireland.6 Áed mac Ainmerech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann concluded an agreement with Aedan mac Gabhran of the Dál Riatan Scots in Scotland, which allowed the Scots to retain some authority, but ultimate authority still rested with the High King in Ireland, in 575.6 Annals of the Four Masters 579: "The battle of Druim Mic Earca, was gained by Aedh, son of Ainmire, over the Cinel Eogain, where was slain Colga, son of Domhnall, son of Muircheartach, son of Muireadhach. / Cath Droma Mic Earcca ria n-Aodh, mac Ainmirech, for Cenel n-Eoghain, dú in ro marbhadh Colcca, mac Domhnaill, mic Muircheartaigh, mic Muireadhoigh." ( (an unknown value)).7 Annals of Tigernach 580: "Cath Droma Maic Earca, ubi Colgo mac Domnaill maic Muirchertaig cecidit. Aedh mac Ainmireach uictor erat."8 Annals of the Four Masters 594: "After Aedh, son of Ainmire, son of Sedna, had been twenty seven years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he was slain by Bran Dubh, son of Eochaidh, in the battle of Dun Bolg, in Leinster, after Aedh had gone to exact the Borumha, and to avenge his son Comusgach upon them. Some nobles fell in this battle of Bealach Duin Bolg, together with Beg, son of Cuanach, Lord of Oirghialla. / Iar m-beith seacht m-bliadhna fichet i righe n-Ereann d'Aodh, mac Ainmirech, mic Seatna, torcair la Brandubh, mac Eathach, i c-cath Duin Bolcc i l-Laighnibh, ar n-dol d'Aodh do thabhach na boromha, & do dhioghail a mhic Chomusccoigh forra. Torcratar aroile saorclanna isin cath-sin Bealoigh Duin Bolg, im Becc, mac Cuanach, tigherna Airghiall." ( (an unknown value)).2 He died in 594 at the Battle of Dun Bolg, Leinster, Ireland. He was slain by Bran Dubh, son of Eochaidh, after Aedh had gone to exact the tribute, and to avenge his son Comusgach upon them.9 Annals of Tigernach 598: "Cath Duin Bolc la Brandub mac Eachach co Laignib h-i quartid Enair, ubi cecidit Aedh mac Ainmireach rí Erenn anno regni sui .xix., etatis uero .lxui. & Béc mac Cúanach ri Airgiall & daíne uaisle ele."10

Family

Land ingen Áeda
Children

Citations

  1. [S1445] Francis J. Byrne, Irish Kings and High-Kings, pg. 283.
  2. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M594.1.
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Conall Gulban mac Néill, 104.
  4. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Colla Uais, 104.
  5. [S294] Various, Irish Annals.
  6. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC6].
  7. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M579.2.
  8. [S297] Unknown, AT, T580.1.
  9. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, 594.1.
  10. [S297] Unknown, AT, T598.2.
  11. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Conall Gulban mac Néill, 105.
  12. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M593.2.

Georgius Florentius, évèque de Tours1

b. 30 November 539, d. 17 November 594
Georgius Florentius, évèque de Tours|b. 30 Nov 539\nd. 17 Nov 594|p294.htm#i20247|Senator Florentius de Clermont-Ferrand||p181.htm#i20240|Armentaria II de Langres||p181.htm#i20239|Senator Georgius de Clermont-Ferrand||p181.htm#i20241|Leocadia de Bourges||p181.htm#i20242|son o. G. de Langres||p181.htm#i20233|daughter o. F. de Genève||p181.htm#i20232|
FatherSenator Florentius de Clermont-Ferrand1
MotherArmentaria II de Langres1
     It is inferred that his father died while he was still a boy.2 On both his father's and mother's side he came of distinguished senatorial families with a long tradition of service to the Catholic Church, that is to say of wealthy Gallo-Roman landed gentry whose ancestors had enjoyed the rank of Senators under the Empire and were still extremely proud of the fact.3 Georgius Florentius, évèque de Tours was born on 30 November 539 at Clermont-Ferrand, Puy-de-Dôme, France.3 He was the son of Senator Florentius de Clermont-Ferrand and Armentaria II de Langres.1 Georgius Florentius, évèque de Tours was sent, at age 8, to Clermont-Ferrand to be brought up in the household of his uncle, Saint Gallus, circa 547.2 He was still in his early teens when his uncle, Gallus, died circa 551.4 He was a witness where Sigibertus I, rex Austrasii approved the election of Gregory as Bishop of Tours in 573.4 Georgius Florentius, évèque de Tours succeeded his cousin, once removed, St. Eufronius, as the 19th Bishop of Tours after St. Martin, an election approved by King Sigibert, in 573.4 He was consecrated as Bishop on 20 August 573 at Tours, Neustria, the Frankish Kingdoms.4 19th Bishop of Tours at Neustria, the Frankish Kingdoms, between 20 August 573 and 17 November 594.1 He died on 17 November 594 at age 54 years, 11 months and 18 days. He died at the age of fifty-five.4

Citations

  1. [S227] Bishop of Tours Gregory, GT, pg. 11.
  2. [S227] Bishop of Tours Gregory, GT, pg. 8.
  3. [S227] Bishop of Tours Gregory, GT, pg. 7.
  4. [S227] Bishop of Tours Gregory, GT, pg. 9.

Chlothilde des Francs1

b. after 566, d. 595
Chlothilde des Francs|b. a 566\nd. 595|p294.htm#i10168|Guntchramm des Francs|b. bt 532 - 534\nd. 28 Mar 593|p294.htm#i8135|Austréchilde "Bobilla" (?)|b. c 538\nd. 580|p294.htm#i10166|Chlothacharius I., gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Ingundis (?)|b. c 515|p63.htm#i8124|||||||
FatherGuntchramm des Francs1 b. between 532 and 534, d. 28 March 593
MotherAustréchilde "Bobilla" (?)2 b. circa 538, d. 580
     Chlothilde des Francs was born after 566. She was the daughter of Guntchramm des Francs and Austréchilde "Bobilla" (?).2,1 Chlothilde des Francs died in 595.2

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/

Brenin Dunoting St. Dynod Bwr o Ebrauc1

d. 595
Brenin Dunoting St. Dynod Bwr o Ebrauc|d. 595|p294.htm#i24816|Brenin Ebrauc Einion ap Mor o Ebrauc|b. c 450\nd. c 505|p290.htm#i11596||||King of Northern Britain Mor a. C. o Ebrauc|b. c 420|p92.htm#i11592||||||||||
FatherBrenin Ebrauc Einion ap Mor o Ebrauc1 b. circa 450, d. circa 505
     Brenin Dunoting St. Dynod Bwr o Ebrauc was the son of Brenin Ebrauc Einion ap Mor o Ebrauc.1 Brenin Dunoting St. Dynod Bwr o Ebrauc was the successor of King of the Pennines St. Pabo Post Prydain ab Arthwys o Ebrauc; King of the Pennines.1 King of Dunoting at North Pennines, North Britain, between 525 and 595.1 Brenin Dunoting St. Dynod Bwr o Ebrauc allies himself with the joint kings of Ebrauc to stake a claim against Caer Guendoleu for territory to the north, probably in Caer Guendoleu in 573.1 He was a witness where Æthelfrith, King of Bernicia and Deira defeated the kingdom of Dunoting in 595.1 Brenin Dunoting St. Dynod Bwr o Ebrauc died in 595. He was killed in battle against the Bernicians.1

Citations

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

Childeberthus II, King of Austrasia and Burgundy1

b. 570, d. 596
Childeberthus II, King of Austrasia and Burgundy|b. 570\nd. 596|p294.htm#i10050|Sigibertus I, rex Austrasii|b. 535\nd. Nov 575|p293.htm#i8123|Brunechildis the Visigoth|b. 543\nd. 13 Oct 613|p296.htm#i8122|Chlothacharius I., gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Ingundis (?)|b. c 515|p63.htm#i8124|Athanagildus, rex Gotthorum|b. c 510\nd. 567|p293.htm#i8121|Goiswinth (?)|b. c 514|p79.htm#i10263|
FatherSigibertus I, rex Austrasii1,2,3,4 b. 535, d. November 575
MotherBrunechildis the Visigoth1,2,4 b. 543, d. 13 October 613
     Childeberthus II, King of Austrasia and Burgundy was born in 570.4 He was the son of Sigibertus I, rex Austrasii and Brunechildis the Visigoth.1,2,3,4 Childeberthus II, King of Austrasia and Burgundy succeeded his father to the kingdom of Austrasia in 575. King of Franks at Rheims, Austrasia, Frankish Kingdoms, between 575 and 595.3 He associated with Faileube , a concubine of Childebert II before 580; His 1st.4 Childeberthus II, King of Austrasia and Burgundy was a witness where Leovigild I, King of Spain attacked by the relatives of Ingund, his rebellious sons Merovingian wife, for on a pretext of avenging her treatment, the Frankish kings Childebert II and Guntram attacked Septimania and sent a fleet to help the Suebi, circa June 585.5 Childeberthus II, King of Austrasia and Burgundy and Theodelinde, Langobardenkönigin were engaged circa 587; Betrothed to Childebert, but his mother, Brunhild, convinced him to reject the marriage. Childeberthus II, King of Austrasia and Burgundy married Faileuba (?) after 590.1 Childeberthus II, King of Austrasia and Burgundy was a witness where Tassilo I, Herzog von Bayern made "King" of Bavaria, an action by Childebert II, showing the royal nature of Agilolfing power as well as continued Merovingian involvement in its institution, in 592.6 King of Burgundy at Frankish Kingdoms between 592 and 595.7 Annales Mellicensis 593: "Tassilo dux regnant in Babaria. Istum Tassilonem Hildebertus rex Frankorum ducem constituit, Garibaldo rege et filio eius atque filia sua fugieatibus ad Outharium regem Longobardum."8 Childeberthus II, King of Austrasia and Burgundy died in 596 at age 26 years.1,3,4

Family 1

Faileube , a concubine of Childebert II b. circa 560
Children

Family 2

Theodelinde, Langobardenkönigin b. circa 570, d. 625

Family 3

Faileuba (?) b. circa 570
Child

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  3. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table I.
  4. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  5. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  6. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, pg. 161.
  7. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  8. [S1188] Various MGH, Vol 9, pg. 535, from Auctarium Mellicense.

St. Columba of Iona1

b. circa 521, d. 9 June 596
St. Columba of Iona|b. c 521\nd. 9 Jun 596|p294.htm#i14868|Feidhlimidh mac Feargusa||p127.htm#i14865|Eithne of Leinster||p127.htm#i14866|Fergus C. m. C. Cenél Conaill||p123.htm#i14376|Erca ingen Loairn||p124.htm#i14428|N. N. of Leinster||p127.htm#i14867||||
FatherFeidhlimidh mac Feargusa1
MotherEithne of Leinster1
     Also called Crimthann mac Feideilmid. St. Columba of Iona also went by the name of Colum Cille His monastic nickname meaning "Dove of the Church," later latinized to Columba. Of Cenél Conaill.1 He was born circa 521. He was the son of Feidhlimidh mac Feargusa and Eithne of Leinster.1 St. Columba of Iona caused a war with his kinsmen and defeated Diarmaid, King of Ireland (southern Ui Niall) over the right to copy a psalm book in 561.1 He went into voluntary exile and founded the abbey of Iona where he continued to copy religious books in peace after 561.1 He was a witness where 5th King of Dál Riata Conall I mac Comgaill welcomed the arrival of St. Columba, a distant relation (3rd cousin) to him, as an ally against the pagan Picts, and granted Columba the island of Iona on which to establish his monastery, in 563.2 Annals of Ulster 563: "The voyage of Colum Cille to the island of Í in the 42nd year of his age. / Nauigatio Coluim Chille ad Insolam Iae anno etatis sue .xl.ii."3 St. Columba of Iona was welcomed by his distant relation (3rd cousin), Conall mac Comgaill, King of Dál Riata, and granted the island of Iona on which to establish his monastery, in 563.2 He achieved a peace between the three main tribes of northern Britain: the Gaelic Scots, the Picts, and the Britons of Strathclyde between 563 and 568.2 He was a witness where Brude I ap Mælgwn, King of Picts baptised by St. Columba of Iona in the eigth (or ninth) year of his reign in 565.1,4 St. Columba of Iona was a witness where Áedán mac Gabráin, rí Alban was crowned and anointed King of Scots Dalriada and Pendragon of the Celtic Isle (Aedàn Pen Draco Insularis) by (his 3rd cousin) St. Columba of Iona in 574 at Scotland.1 St. Columba of Iona crowned and anointed Aedan mac Gabhran as King of Scots in 574.1 He was a witness where Áedán mac Gabráin, rí Alban asked St. Columba which of his three sons—Artúr, Eochaid Find, or Domangart—will succeed him before 590.5 St. Columba of Iona died on 9 June 596 at "592", Hy, Alba. Seventy seven years was his whole age when he resigned his spirit to heaven, as is said in this quatrain:

1] Three years without light
2] was Colum in his Duibh-regles;
3] He went to the angels from his body,
4] after seven years and seventy.6

Citations

  1. [S299] Genealogy of Family O'Neill, online http://www.cgocable.net/~aoneill/
  2. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC5].
  3. [S897] [unknown], AU, U563.4.
  4. [S593] Picts, manuscript Internet, "In octavo anno regni eius baptizatus est sancto a Columba.".
  5. [S599] ., Life of Columba, Book I, chapter 9.
  6. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, 592.2.

Brenin ogledd Rheged Owain ab Urien o ogledd Rheged

b. circa 512, d. 597
Brenin ogledd Rheged Owain ab Urien o ogledd Rheged|b. c 512\nd. 597|p294.htm#i18236|Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged|b. c 490\nd. 590|p294.htm#i12001|Morganna Le Fay verch Gorles o Cernyw|b. c 473|p98.htm#i12002|Brenin ogledd Rheged Cynfarch O. a. M. o Rheged|b. c 460|p98.htm#i12003|Nyfain v. B. o Brycheiniog|b. c 458|p98.htm#i12004|Duke of Cornwall Gorles S. m. S. o Cernyw|b. c 452\nd. b 480|p289.htm#i11522|Ygerna v. A. o Dumnonia|b. c 452|p92.htm#i11550|
FatherBrenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged b. circa 490, d. 590
MotherMorganna Le Fay verch Gorles o Cernyw b. circa 473
     Brenin ogledd Rheged Owain ab Urien o ogledd Rheged was born circa 512. He was the son of Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged and Morganna Le Fay verch Gorles o Cernyw. Brenin ogledd Rheged Owain ab Urien o ogledd Rheged married St. Thaney verch Lot of Gododdin, daughter of Lot Luwddoc of Gododdin and Anna Morgawse verch Gwyrlys o Cernyw, after 532.1 Brenin ogledd Rheged Owain ab Urien o ogledd Rheged was the successor of Brenin ogledd Rheged Urien ap Cynfarch o ogledd Rheged; King of North Rheged.2 Brenin ogledd Rheged Owain ab Urien o ogledd Rheged was mentioned in 586.2 King of North Rheged at Cumbria, Britain, between 590 and 597.2 He was mentioned again in 593.2 He was the last king of North Rheged.2 He died in 597. He was killed by Morcant Bulc, dispossessed king of Bernaccia.2

Family

St. Thaney verch Lot of Gododdin b. circa 512
Child

Citations

  1. [S266] EBK, online http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/…, Seduced first, then married after birth of son and death of 1st wife..
  2. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm
  3. [S266] EBK, online http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/…