Pbepin - Pepin "The Hunchback" - of the Franks of France: Birth: ABT 769.
Hildegard of France: Birth: BET 762 AND 779.
Gisela of France: Birth: BET 764 AND 779.
Dhouda (Dhuade) - de Gascogne (of Gascogne) of France: Birth: BET 764 AND 779.
Charles - Charlemagne "The Pious" of Auquatiane - Carolingian of France: Birth: 772 in Aachen, , Germany. Death: 811
Louis I (Ludvig I) - "The Pious" "The Fair" of France: Birth: AUG 778 in Casseneuil, Lot-Et-Garonne, France. Death: 20 JUN 840 in Ingelheim, Rhinehessen, Hesse
Hiltrude - Carolingian of France: Birth: ABT 744. Death: 830
Theodrata of France: Birth: BET 762 AND 799.
Adaltrudis - Aupais (des Francs) of France: Birth: AFT 808.
Theodoric - of France, des Francs (The Franks) of France: Birth: ABT 807. Death: AFT 818
Rothaid of France: Birth: BET 762 AND 799.
Rothaid of France: Birth: BET 762 AND 799.
Drogo of Metz: Birth: 17 JUN 801. Death: 8 DEC 855
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Continued: AKA CHARLES THE GREAT. HAD TWO MORE MISTRESSES: ADALIND, SON THEODRIC (807-818) A CLERIC. UNKNOWN, A SON RICHBOD (800-844) ABBOTT OF ST. RIQUIER. KING OF THE LOMBARDS 774. CROWNED HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR BY POPE LEO III ON CHIRSTMAS DAY 800. ACCEDED IN 768. SOURCE: BRIAN TOMPSETT, ROYAL GENEALOGY, UNIV. OF HULL, U.K. SOURCE: HERBERT STOYAN, DESCENDANTS OF CHARLEMAGNE, UNIV. OF ERLANGEN, GERMANY. !Les Ancetres De Charlemagne by Settipani
AKA CHARLES THE GREAT. HAD TWO MORE MISTRESSES: ADALIND, SON THEODRIC (807-818) A CLERIC. UNKNOWN, A SON RICHBOD (800-844) ABBOTT OF ST. RIQUIER. KING OF THE LOMBARDS 774. CROWNED HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR BY POPE LEO III ON CHIRSTMAS DAY 800. ACCEDED IN 768. SOURCE: BRIAN TOMPSETT, ROYAL GENEALOGY, UNIV. OF HULL, U.K. SOURCE: HERBERT STOYAN, DESCENDANTS OF CHARLEMAGNE, UNIV. OF ERLANGEN, GERMANY. !Les Ancetres De Charlemagne by Settipani
Note: Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste1 b. 747, d. 28 January 814, #5068 Pedigree
Appears on charts: Pedigree for Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste Descendant Chart for Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste also went by the name of Charles "the Great." Also called Charles "le Magne" des Francs. Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste also went by the name of Karl I "der Gro�e" German.2 He was born on 2 April 742 in Li�ge.3,4,5,6,7,8 He was born in 747.9 He was the son of Pippin III Brevis, rex Francorum and Bertrada "au Grand Pied" de Laon.10,11,12,13 He associated with Himiltrudis (?) circa 768; His 1st.14,7 He succeeded his father, Pepin the Short, to become co-ruler with his brother, Carloman, of France in September 768. Patricius Romanus in September 768.6 Co-King of the Franks between September 768 and 771.15 He was was crowed King of the Franks following his father's death on 24 September 768. Styled Karolus gratia Dei rex regnique Francorum rector, et devotus sanctae ecclesiae defensor, atque adjutor in omnibus apostolicae sedis in 769.16 He married Desiderata des Langobarden, daughter of King of Longobards Desidarius of the Langobardi and Ansa (?), in 769; His 2nd. s.p.6,7,14 He married the daughter of the Lombard King for the potential dowager, an arrangement of his mother, Bertha, by which she sought to create a four-way Lombard, Carloman, Charles, and Tassilo "family" which would have been a force to reckon with, in 770. He and Desiderata des Langobarden were divorced between 770 and 771; Repudiated.17,6,14 He married Hildegardis, regina, daughter of Frankischen Graf von Vinzgau Gerold I von Vinzgau and Imma of the Alamanni, before 30 April 771 in Aix-la-Chapelle (Aachen), Germany, Frankish Empire; His 3rd.18,19,20,21 He seized the entire kingdom of the Franks on the death of his brother, Carloman, on 4 December 771. King of the Franks between 4 December 771 and 24 January 814.15 He made his first expedition against the Heathen Saxons, taking Eresburg by storm, and burning Irminsul in July 772 in Saxony, Germany.6 Styled Karolus gratia Dei rex Francorum et Longobardorum et Patricius Romanorum in 774.16 He replaced Daufer of the Lombards as the King of the Lombards, and thereby, of Northern Italy in 774. King of the Lombards in Frankish Empire, between 774 and 814.15 Annals of Monte Fernando 779: "Karolus Saxoniam venit. (Charlemagne defeats? the Saxons.)."22 Annals of Monte Fernando 781: "Karolus Romam adiit. (Charlemagne entered Rome?)."23 He associated with N. N. (?) circa 783; His 4th.24,21 He married regina Fastrada des Francs orientaux, daughter of comitis natione Francam Radolf des Francs orientaux, circa October 783 in Worms, Rhineland, Austrasia; His 5th.19,7,25 He married Liutgard "die Liebevolle" von Schwaben, daughter of Liutfried II von Elsa� and Hiltrud vom Wormsgau, between September 794 and 796; His 6th. s.p.19,25,26 He associated with Madelgardis (?) circa 797; His 7th.19,25 Annals of Monte Fernando 800: "Karolus fit imperator. (Charlemagne becomes Emperor.)."27 He associated with Regina (?) in 800; His 9th.19,25 He was crowned Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire by Pope Leo III, a ceremony, said to have come as a surprise to Charlemagne, which officially revived the ancient empire of the Ceasers in the West, on 25 December 800 in the Basilica of St. Peter, Rome, Italy.28 Imperator Augustus in Frankish Empire, between 25 December 800 and 814.3,15,29 Styled Karolus serenissimus Augustus a Deo coronatus, magnus pacificus Imperator Romanum gubernans Imperium qui et per misericordiam Dei Rex Francorum atque Longobardorum on 29 May 801.16 He and basilissa St. Irene of Athens were engaged in 802; Contemplated.30 He was subdued the Saxons in 804 in Bavaria, Germany. He had to invade their territory year after year before finally subduing them. The Saxons were pagans who amused themselves with burning churches and monastaries. Charles was a ruthless Christian. On one occasion he had 4,500 Saxons beheaded in a single day. Styled par la gr�ce de Dieu, empereur gouvernant l' Empire romain, roi des Francs et des Lombards. Karolus Imperator Augustus Romanum gubernans Imperium, Rex Francorum et Longobardorum necnon modo Dominator et Saxonorum in 804.16 He associated with Adelindis (?) in 806; His 10th.19,25 He associated with Gerswind "die Beutefrau", Kaiserin, daughter of Widukind, Herzog von Engern, circa 807; His 8th.19,25,31 He was recognized by the Emperor Michael I as Emperor in the West in 812.32 He was was an outstanding general and an excellent administrator as well. He was also concerned with illiteracy and was scornful of the bad grammar and unlettered tounges of some Church officials. He urged monastaries and cathedrals to establish schools and make them open to everyone, the "sons of serfs and freemen, so that they might come to sit on the same benches and study grammar, music, and arithmetic". He was so described: having a broad and strong body of unusual height, but well-proportioned; for his height measured seven times his feet. (This is over six feet, in an age where the average height was far less than that.) His skull was round, the eyes were lively and rather large, the nose of more than average length, the hair gray but full, the face friendly and cheerful. Seated or standing, he thus made a dignified and stately impression even though he had a thick, short neck and a belly that protruded somewhat; but this was hidden by the good proportions of the rest of his figure. He dressed simply in the manner of the common people, wearing linen shirts and breeches under a tunic, in the cold with a coat of otter and marten skins. He always carried a sword. He strode with firm step and held himself like a man; he spoke with a higher voice than one would have expected of someone of his build. He enjoyed good health except for being repeatedly plagued by fevers four years before his death. Toward the end he dragged one foot.3 He was also recognized by the Emperor Leo V as Emperor in the West in 814.32 In the annals for 814: "in hoc anno domnus Karolus cesar obiit in 5. Kalend. Februar. in die sabbati."33 He styled himself in his documents as Imperator Augustus Romanum gubernans Imperium (emperor Augustus governing the Roman empire) or serenissimus Augustus a Deo coronatus, magnus pacificus Imperator Romanorum gubernans Imperium (most serene Augustus crowned by God, great peaceful emperor governing the empire of the Romans).32 He died on 28 January 814 in Aix-la-Chapelle (Aachen), Austrasia, Frankish Empire, at age 67 years.3,4,34,20,35,33
Child of Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste and Himiltrudis (?): Pippin "le Bossu" des Francs b. c 770, d. 811 Children of Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste and Hildegardis, regina: Carolus "le Jeune", roi de France orientale b. 772 or 773, d. 4 Dec 811 Adelais des Francs b. bt Sep 773 - Jun 774, d. Jul 774 or Aug 774 Hrothrudis des Francs+ b. c 775, d. 6 Jun 810 Pippin, roi des Lombards+ b. 777, d. 8 Jul 810 Hludowic I Pius, empereur auguste+ b. 16 Apr 778, d. 20 Jun 840 Hlothar des Francs b. bt 16 Apr 778 - Sep 778, d. 779 or 780 Bertrada des Francs+ b. 779 or 780, d. a 14 Jan 823 Gisela des Francs b. b May 781, d. a 814 Hildegardis des Francs b. a 8 Jun 782, d. bt 1 Jun 783 - 8 Jun 783
Child of Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste and N. N. (?): Chrothais des Francs b. c 784, d. a 814 Children of Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste and regina Fastrada des Francs orientaux: abbess du monast�re de Notre Dame d'Argenteuil Theodrada des Francs b. c 785, d. bt 9 Jan 844 - 853 Hiltrudis des Francs b. c 787, d. a 814 Child of Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste and Madelgardis (?): abbess de Faremoutiers Rothildis des Francs b. c 798, d. 24 Mar 852
Children of Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste and Regina (?): �v�que de Metz Drogo des Francs b. 17 Jun 801, d. 8 Dec 855 Hugo "l' Abb�" des Francs b. bt 802 - 806, d. 14 Jun 844 Child of Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste and Adelindis (?): Theodoric des Francs b. c 807, d. a 818 Child of Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste and Gerswind "die Beutefrau", Kaiserin: Adaltrudis des Francs b. a 808 source: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cousin/html/p75.htm#i5068
Note: Desiderata des Langobarden1 b. circa 735, #10787 Pedigree
Desiderata des Langobarden was a Lombard.2 Also called Desir�e of the Lombards.3 Settipani shows her name as N. N. (not known).2 She was born circa 735. She was the daughter of King of Longobards Desidarius of the Langobardi and Ansa (?).4 She married Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste, son of Pippin III Brevis, rex Francorum and Bertrada "au Grand Pied" de Laon, in 769; His 2nd. s.p.4,5,2 She and Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste were divorced between 770 and 771; Repudiated.6,4,2
Note: # ID: I483 # Name: **Charlemagne (Charles the Great) Carolingian # Sex: M # Birth: 2 APR 0742 in Ingelheim, Rheinhessen, Hesse-Darmstadt # Death: 28 JAN 0814 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany # Occupation: Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire # Change Date: 11 FEB 2005
Father: **Pepin "the short" Carolingian b: 0714 in Austrasia, France Mother: **Bertrada b: ABT 0720 in Laon, Aisne, France
Marriage 1 **Hildegard b: ABT 0757 in Achen, Rhineland, Germany
1. **Ludvig I Carolingian b: AUG 0778 in Casseneuil, Lot-Et-Garonne, France 2. **Pepin I Carolingian b: APR 0773 3. **Dhuade 4. **Bertha Carolingian b: 0779 in Aachen, Rhineland 5. **Alpaide (Alpais) Carolingian b: ABT 0762 in France Marriage 2 Fastrada
1. **Hiltrude b: ABT 0744 source page: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=andwai&id=I483
Note: # ID: I506 # Name: Charles the Great Charlemagne OF FRANCE # Title: King # Sex: M # Birth: 02 APR 742 in Ingolheim, Aachen Germany # Death: 28 JAN 814 in Aix-La-Chapelle, Aachen
Father: Pepin III the Short OF FRANCE b: 714 in Austrasia Mother: Bertha or Bertrada II Broadfoot OF LAON b: 720 in Laon
Marriage 1 Hildegarde of Vinzgau OF SWABIA b: 757 in Vinzgau
* Married: 771 in Aix-la-Chapelle, Aachen Children
1. Carloman or Pepin I OF ITALY b: 04 773 in Aachen, Prussia 2. Charles the Younger OF INGELHEIM b: 772 3. Adelaide OF FRANCE b: 773 4. Louis I the Pious OF AQUITAINE b: 16 AUG 778 in Chasseneuil 5. Rotrud OF FRANCE b: 775 6. Lothar OF FRANCE b: 778 7. Berthe or Bertha OF FRANCE b: 779 8. Gisela OF FRANCE 9. Hildegard OF FRANCE source page: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1011973&id=I506
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