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  AUSTRASIA - LoveToKnow Article on AUSTRASIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
It usually had Metz for its Ac pita!, and the inhabitants of the kingdom were known as the In sstrasii.
Retrospectively, later historians have given this me to the kingdom of Theuderich I. (511534), of his son ieudebert (534548), and of his grandson Theudebald (548 Pc 5); then, after the death of Clotaire I., to the kingdom of ge lebert (561575), and of his son Chi!debert (575597).
They pc ye even tried to interpret the long struggle between Fredegond in d Brunhilda as a rivalry between the two kings of Neustria af d Austrasia.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /A/AU/AUSTRASIA.htm   (446 words)

  
 Northvegr - History of the Langobards
The larger part of Venetia, a good deal of Liguria and the provinces of the Cottian Alps were retained (Hodgkin, V, ll).
Theudepert died in 548, leaving as his successor his feeble child Theudebald (p.
Five years later (A. 533), when the Goths in Italy were overthrown by Narses, those who still held out in the north besought the Frankish king for aid, and Buccellinus (Butilin) and his brother Leutharius, leaders of the barbarous Alamanni, ravaged northern Italy (pp.
www.northvegr.org /lore/langobard/008.php   (1933 words)

  
 Theudebert I, King of Austrasia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
When Theuderic I died, Chlothar, Childebert, and Theudebert all fought for the throne, but Theudebert won it as King of Austrasia (almost as large as Metz).
His uncles pushed him to finally marry Wisigard, but she soon died and Theudebert married again (not Deuteria).
He died mysteriously ill in 548, and was succeeded by his son Theudebald as King of Austrasia.
www.ghg.net /shetler/oldimp/052.html   (150 words)

  
 BS Foundations chapter 6
His most ambitious scheme called for an alliance with the Lombards and a joint attack on Constantinople.
After his death, however, Theudebert's son Theudebald I (548-555) abandoned these plans.
Frankish control over Gaul and Germany was still tenuous, and the dukes appointed over the Alemans, Leuthari and Butilin (Bucelin) showed that they had their own plans.
www.oglethorpe.edu /faculty/~b_smith/ou/bs_foundations_chapter6.htm   (18141 words)

  
 Character Page
Having got the party into numerous scrapes (sphere of annilation meeting a dimensional gate/4 mile drops etc etc) He conlcuded his short career with a mind numbing soul swapping with the halfing thief...
Theuderic Lothar Gunthchramn son of Merovich, son of Gundovald son of Theudebald, or Frost-Born, as his mates call him, is a dwarven Holy Champion of Torm (now lvl 8).
Whilst not too strong, he has heroic constitution and is pretty nimble and wise too.
www.pick.ucam.org /~apc27/addchar.htm   (1087 words)

  
 Medieval Sourcebook: The Life of St. Columban
When be saw them, he prayed to the Lord for them ; after they had been healed, he commanded them to return home.
After this Suffronius, bishop of Nantes, and count Theudebald made preparations to send St. Columban to Ireland, in accordance with the king's orders.
But the man of God said: "If there is a ship here which is returning-to Ireland, put my effects and my companions on it.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/basis/columban.html   (13904 words)

  
 Electronic Antiquity (Dec. 1995): ROYAL PARTICIPATION IN EPISCOPAL ELECTIONS IN MEROVINGIAN GAUL
Cato did not do this, however, for any principle of canon law, but because he wanted another see more than the one he was offered.
Cato had been elected by the clergy of Clermont as their bishop in 551, but king Theudebald rejected Cato in favour of the archdeacon Cautinus, causing strife and conflict in that city (GT, Ten Books 4.5-4.7).
Four years later, in 555, the new king, Lothar I, offered Cato the see of Tours, supposedly at the prompting of bishop Cautinus (GT, Ten Books 4.11).
ccat.sas.upenn.edu /awiesner/ea/johnson.html   (3923 words)

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