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Topic: Carloman of France


  
  Carloman of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carloman (died December 12, 884), king of Western Francia, was the eldest son of King Louis the Stammerer, and became king, jointly with his brother Louis III, on his father's death in 879.
About the same time, in August 882, Carloman became sole king owing to his brother's death, but the kingdom was in a deplorable condition partly owing to incursions from the Norman raiders, and his power was very circumscribed.
Carloman met his death while hunting on December 12, 884 and was succeeded in the rule by the Emperor Charles the Fat.
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 Carloman of France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Carloman (died 884), king of Western Francia, was the eldest son of King Louis the Stammerer, and became king, together with his brother Louis III, on his father's death in 879.
Although some doubts were cast upon their legitimacy, the brothers obtained recognition and in 880 made a division of the kingdom, Carloman receiving Burgundy and the southern part of France.
Carloman met his death while hunting on December 12, 884.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/carloman_of_france   (210 words)

  
 Girard Family Genealogy
was born on 14 Oct 1024 in Falaise, Calvados, Normandy, France.
was born on 24 Aug 1113 in Anjou, France.
- was born on 5 Mar 1132 in Sarthe, France and died on 3 Jul 1189 in Chinon, Indre-et-Loire, France and was buried on 19 Dec 1154 in Westminster Abbey, London, England.
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 France
Condom, France Condom is a village in the sous-préfectures.
Parliament of France The Parliament of France is bicameral, and consists of the Senate (Sénat).
Peerage of France The status of Peer of France was held by the greatest and highest-ranking of the French nobility.
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 FRANCIA
As neat halves of Charlemange's empire eventually formed, France in the West and Germany in the East, the stage for the greatest battles of modern war in the 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries would be set along the seam, from Nieuwpoort (1600) to Ramillies (1706), Waterloo (1815), Verdun (1916), and the Bulge (1944).
Later France would take most of the 18th century to acquire Alsace and Lorraine, but most of the Imperial Kingdom of Burgundy would be acquired by the reign of Henry IV (numbers in blue are the dates of acquisition by France).
Henry of Guise was of the house of Anjou and Lorraine, descendants of King John II of France.
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 Carloman of France -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Although some doubts were cast upon their legitimacy, the brothers obtained recognition and in 880 made a division of the kingdom, Carloman receiving (Red table wine from the Burgundy region of France (or any similar wine made elsewhere)) Burgundy and the southern part of France.
In 879 Boso, Count of Arles took (A former province of southeastern France; now administered with Cote d'Azur) Provence from the (A smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked; often served on a bread roll) Franks.
In 882 Carloman became sole king owing to his brother's death, but the kingdom was in a deplorable condition partly owing to incursions from the (An inhabitant of Normandy) Norman raiders, and his power was very circumscribed.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/ca/carloman_of_france.htm   (149 words)

  
 Louis III of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
863 - August 5, 882), king of Western Francia, was the eldest son of King Louis the Stammerer and Ansgarde, and became king, jointly with his brother Carloman, on his father's death in 879.
Louis achieved a victory against the Norman pirates at Saucourt-en-Vimeu, in 881.
He died in August 882 at Saint Denis without an heir, and left his brother Carloman as the sole king.
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 Timeline France to 1649
Richard was killed by an arrow at the siege of the castle of Chaluz in France.
France’s fourth war of religion started with the Massacre of St. Bartholomew’s Day, in which 50,000 Huguenots and their leader, Admiral Gaspard de Chastillon, Count the Coligny, were killed in and around Paris.
Throckmorton was the central figure in the conspiracy involving France and Spain, which called for a French invasion of England and the release from prison of Mary, Queen of Scots.
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 Kingdoms of France - Franks
Their kingdom expanded under Clovis and his sons to include Neustria (northern France), Austrasia (Netherlands, Austria, northern Germany), Burgundy and Provence by 714.The Franks quickly became the dominant Germanic tribe in not only Gaul but throughout Central and Western Europe.
The territory between modern-day France and Germany, and south to Central Italy, became known as Francia.
The Carolingian son of Louis V, Charles of Lorraine, was ignored in favour of passing the crown permanently to the House of Paris.
www.kessler-web.co.uk /History/KingListsEurope/FranceFranks.htm   (645 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Boniface
Somewhat later the dioceses of Eichstätt and Erfurt (Erphesfurt) were formed, and Willibald was consecrated bishop for the former about October, 741; for the latter Boniface appointed as first (and last) bishop Adalar, who, it seems, never received episcopal consecration, as he is continually spoken of as a priest.
Charles Martel had died 22 October, 741, at Quiercy on the Oise and was succeeded by his sons Carloman and Pepin.
In 747 Carloman resigned his share of the government to his brother Pepin and left to spend the remainder of his days as a monk.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/02656a.htm   (3421 words)

  
 Charles III, the Fat, Frankish Emperor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 882, King Charles the Fat and Kings Louis III and Carloman of France defeated Duke Boso of Provence, who had recently placed himself on the throne of Aquitaine, and Charles got a share of the lands.
Carloman of France died in 884, and Charles was made King Charles II of that country, although Duke Hugh was the actual ruler.
He was succeeded in France by Eudes and in Germany by his loved son Arnulf (illeg.), Guido ruled Italy, Louis III ruled Provence, and Raoul of Burgundy ruled Lotharingia.
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 FRANCIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
As neat halves of Charlemange's empire eventually formed, France in the West and Germany in the East, the stage for the greatest battles of modern war in the 19th and 20th centuries would be set along the seam, from Waterloo (1815) to Verdun (1916) to the Bulge (1944).
This was the essence of modern totalitarianism, later theoretically formulated by Marx, and it enabled France to wash over her enemies -- all except England, which had had its Revolutions back in the 17th century.
Defeated by Prussia, Napoleon abdicated and left France to its fate, but at least his last years of exile, in England itself, were rather more comfortable and honorable than Napoleon I's had been.
www.uncg.edu /rom/courses/dafein/civ/kings.htm   (2665 words)

  
 thePeerage.com - Person Page 10323
Carloman, Roi de France was the son of Louis II 'the Stammerer', Roi de France and Ansgarde de Bourgogne.
Adelaide Judith married Louis II 'the Stammerer', Roi de France, son of Charles I, Roi de France and Ermentrude d'Orléans, in 875.
Matilda de France was the daughter of Louis IV d'Outre-Mer, Roi de France and Gerberge.
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 France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The modern nation of France has its roots in the Treaty of Verdun, summer of 843, which split the Carolingian inheritance into three separate kingdoms.
It should be noted that although the list indicates the end of English pretension in France in 1453, a year which marks the effective end of the Hundred Years War, successive English sovereigns continued to include the title "King (or Queen) of France" until 1801.
This tale has grown in the telling, and is nowadays often encountered as one element in a cycle of stories which attempt to connect the Merovingian dynasts with threads of mystical Christian heritage.
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 MSN Encarta - Résultats de la recherche - Louis III (de France)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
France (histoire) : Le Moyen Âge : Les Capétiens (987-1328) : Le plus grand royaume de la chrétienté (1180-1328) : Saint Louis et Philippe III le Hardi
Louis III (de France) (863-882), roi de France entre 879 et 882.
Charles III le Gros (839-888), empereur d'Occident (881-887), roi de Germanie (876-887), et régent de France pendant la minorité de Charles III le...
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 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafn80 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Gaul was a region in Europe that included what are now France, Germany west of the Rhine River, and Belgium.
Charles was not a king but ruled as "mayor of the palace" in the name of several weak kings from the Merovingian dynasty (family of rulers).
The kingdom covered what is now Belgium, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and part of western Germany.
www.peterwestern.f9.co.uk /maximilia/pafn80.htm   (1033 words)

  
 The East Prussian Genealogy Website - History of Germany by John Holwell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Unsure of his ability to maintain alliances with both Russia and Austria in view of their rivalry in the Balkans, the emperor opted for Austria and let the Reinsurance Treaty with Russia lapse in 1890.
The 1936 remilitarization of the Rhineland, from which troops had been banned by the Versailles treaty; the annexation of Austria (the so-called Anschluss) in 1938; and the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia in 1938-39 were all accomplished without effective interference by the other European powers.
When Britain and France finally declared war (Sept. 3, 1939) after the German invasion of Poland, Hitler found himself involved in war on a much larger scale than he had expected and for which Germany was not adequately prepared.
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 (Blanche - Christine )
Carloman (King of the Franks) (ABT 751 - ____)
Carloman (King of Bavaria) (ABT 828 - 880)
Carloman (Abbott of St. Medard Soiss) (849 - ____)
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 Burgess Family Alphabetic List of all Known Ancestors
ALBON, Maud (Mathilde) Countess Of; 1116; Albon, France
AQUITAINE, Guillaume VII (IX) Duke Of; 1071; Aquitaine, France
AUSTRASIA, Carloman Mayor Of The Palace Of; 0550; Landen, Liege, Belgium
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 AllRefer.com - Carloman, d. 884, king of the West Franks (French History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
884, king of the West Franks (France), son of King Louis II (Louis the Stammerer).
He became joint ruler with his brother Louis III in 879.
More articles from AllRefer Reference on Carloman, d.
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 (Helen D. FOUSE - Gisaele Princess Of FRANCE )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Adaele (Alix) Princess Of FRANCE (1003 - 8 JAN 1078/79)
Bbeatrice Princess Of FRANCE (939 - 23 AUG 987)
Emma Princess Of FRANCE (943 - 19 MAR 967/68)
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 Genealogy - The Rulers of France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Eudes (Odo), son of Robert the Strong (le fort), Count of Anjou and Blois: was elected by the barons, King of France, 887-898
Louis IX (the Saint), son of Louis VIII: ascended to the throne at the age of 12, his mother, Blanche of Castile, was regent in his minority: King of France, 1226-1270
Charles IX, son of Henry II: ascended to the throne at the age of 13: King of France, 1560-1574
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 Rulers of France
For kings and emperors through the Second Empire, year of end of rule is also that of death, unless otherwise indicated.
His brother, Carloman, ruled as king of the Eastern Franks from 768 until his death in 771.
Not counted in regular line of kings of France by some authorities.
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 Timeline 600CE to 999CE
The pagan harvest event incorporated masks to ward off evil ones, as dead relatives were believed to visit families on the first evening.
Pope Gregory extended the Feast of All Saints on Nov 1 to France and Germany.
c985 Montpellier, France, was founded at the intersection of 3 trade and pilgrimage routes.
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 Louis II the Stammerer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Louis II the Stammerer King of France was the Son of Charles II the Bald King West Franks King of France (-877) and Ermentrude (830- 869)
Lou Heite added: Louis the Stammerer was one of the many weak kings who followed Charlemagne, victim to the politics and intrigue that left Europe open to invasions from both east and north for several centuries thereafter.
It was this Charles who surrendered western France to Rollo the Norman, which created the medieval Kingdom of Normandie.
www.mnsu.edu /comdis/kuster/famous/louisthestammerer.html   (525 words)

  
 Ancestors and Family of Louis the Stammerer of France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He and his first wife, Ansgarde of Burgundy, had two sons, Louis III and Carloman, both of whom were Kings of France.
Louis the Stammerer was said to be physically weak and outlived his father by only two years.
On his death his realms were divided between two of his sons, Carloman and Louis III.
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 (Edward CARLETON - Mrs-William CARNETO )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
CARLOMAN (Mayor of Palace) (ABT 0553 - 0645)
CARLOMAN (Prince France) (ABT 0712 - 4 Dec 0755)
CARLOMAN (Kg E. Franks) (ABT 0740 - 4 Dec 0771)
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 Charlemagne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This page is devoted to those of you out there who want to learn more than the four paragraphs in a tenth-grade World History textbook could possibly disclose.
His brother, Carloman, controlled part of present-day Germany, France, and Switzerland until his untimely death in 771.
This placed Charlemagne in charge of an emormous section of land and unified the kingdom of King Pepin under one ruler once again.
www.vanderbilt.edu /Blair/Courses/MUSL242/f98/charles.htm   (1137 words)

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