Arégonde, Queen of the Franks

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Arégonde des Francs, Queen

Also Known As: "Arnegonda", "Arnegondis", "Arnegund", "Aregonda", "Aregund", "Aregunda", "Haregonde", "Tharagunda", "or Arnegonda", "Arégonde", "Queen of the Franks", "Arnegundis", "Aregonde"
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Birthplace: Thüringen, Germany
Death: Died in Abbaye De St Benoit Sur Loire, Loiret, , France
Place of Burial: Queen Consort
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Baderich, King of the Thüringians and Amalafreda "the Younger", Queen of the Thuringii
Wife of Chlothar I the Old, King of the Franks
Mother of Chilpéric I, King of the Franks at Soissons
Sister of Gerberga of the Thüringians; radegonde de savoy; Amalberge of the Thüringians; Ingonde, Queen of the Franks; Amalafrid of the Thüringians and 1 other
Half sister of ... of Thüringia and ... of Thüringia

Occupation: Reine, des Francs, Princesse, de Thuringe, Prinses van Thüringen, Queen of France, Queen d'Franks, 0499 and 0502, [Thuringe], Queen of the Franks, Fraknish Queen, Queen of the Franks/Princess of Thuringia, Queen of Paris, Frankish Queen, Queen Consort,
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About Arégonde, Queen of the Franks

Aregund, Aregunda, Arnegund, Aregonda, or Arnegonda was the wife of Clotaire I, king of the Franks, and the mother of Chilperic I of Neustria. She was the sister of Ingund, one of Clotaire's other wives. She lived during the sixth century.

Her sepulchre, among dozens of others, was discovered in 1959 in the Saint Denis Basilica by archaeologist Michel Fleury. It contained remarkably well-preserved clothing items and jewellery, which were used to identify her.

In an episode of the television series, Digging for the Truth, aired in May 2006, host Josh Bernstein arranged a DNA test of a sample of her remains to see if it showed any Middle Eastern characteristics. It did not.

-------------------- Aregund, Aregunda, Arnegund, Aregonda, or Arnegonda was the wife of Clotaire I, king of the Franks, and the mother of Chilperic I of Neustria. She was the sister of Ingund, one of Clotaire's other wives. She lived during the sixth century.

Her sepulchre, among dozens of others, was discovered in 1959 in the Saint Denis Basilica by archaeologist Michel Fleury. It contained remarkably well-preserved clothing items and jewellery, which were used to identify her.

In an episode of the television series, Digging for the Truth, aired in May 2006, host Josh Bernstein arranged a DNA test of a sample of her remains to see if it showed any Middle Eastern characteristics. It did not.

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Arégonde, Queen of the Franks's Timeline

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Thüringen, Germany
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Age 19
Soissons, Aisne, Picardie, France
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Age 20
Aisne, Picardie, France
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August 16, 586
Age 82
Queen Consort
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August 13, 587
Age 83
Abbaye De St Benoit Sur Loire, Loiret, , France
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no children, became, nun
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sister wife Ingonde
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sister wife Ingonde
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sister wife Ingonde
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no children, became, nun