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Ancestry of the Carolingians

SEE ANGEVINS ---ROMANS AND DUKES OF MOSELLE

6a Ansbertus/Ausbert Duke of Moselle, Gallo-Roman Senator
b ~523
d ~570

7c Arnoald/Arnoldus/Arnual
Margrave of Schelde brother of 7a Erchenaud of Burgundy Duke of Alsace b~0546 ,
b ~560
d ~611
m Oda of Swabia,

dau

8c Doda
b ~584
d?
m Saint Arnulf of Metz, Dux at the Scheldt, later a monk and Bishop of Metz
b 582
d 640

(some genealogies have St Arnulf as a son of 7c Arnold, but this supposition
is probably a fabrication in Charlemagne's time to give him Roman Ancestry
in the male line or because in early medieval times writers often
used "son" to include "son-in-law.")


2nd son of 8c

9c Ansegisel,
Dux and Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia
b ~602
d ~ 679 - murdered
m St Begga (3b)
Took the Veil after death of her husband, founded a convent at Andenne

son

10c Pepin (also Pippin, Pipin, or Peppin) of Herstal,
Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia
b ~ 635
d 16 December 714
concubine Alpaida dau of Dodo

son

11c Charles "The Hammer" Martel,
Duke of the Franks Ruled Austrasia, Neustria and Burgundy. Offered Roman Consul, which he rejected. Defeated the Islamic expansion at Battle of Tours in 732
b 23 August 688
d 22 October 741
m Rotrude of Treves

son

12c Pepin or Pippin, called the Short,
Duke of the Franks from 741 and King of the West Franks from 751 to 768.
Deposed the last Merovingian.
d 24 September 768
m Bertrada of Laonsb ~714

son

13c Charlemagne, Charles the Great;
Charles I, 1st Holy Roman Emperor was King of the Franks from 768 to his death. He re-expanded the Frankish kingdoms back into a Frankish Empire that incorporated much of Western and Central Europe. During his reign  he conquered Italy and was crowned Imperator Augustus by Pope Leo III on 25 December 800.

3rd of sons by Hidegarde

14c Louis the Pious
b 778
d 20 June 840
m Adelaide of France

THE CAROLINGIAN EMPERORS & KINGS


son of 13c by Regina (Reginopyrcha)
of Swabia


14x Hugh the Abbot Count of Andech
b ~ 794
d 7 jun 844

dau
15Cx Petronille of Andech
b ~825
m 20a Tertulle the Breton,
Count d'Anjou, Seneschal of the Gatinais (responsible for organizing the journeys of the king or emperor) 

THE EARLY ANGEVINS

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