Bodegisel, duc d'Aquitaine (c.550 - 584) MP

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Nicknames: "Baudgise", "Baudegisel", "Bodegiesel", "Bodogisel", "Boggis", "Bohggis", "Borogiso", "d'Herstal", "d'Aquitaine", "of Aquitaine", "Duque Gobernador de Aquitania", "van Aquitanie", "Bodegiesel II", "duke of Aquitaine"
Birthplace: Tongeren, Limburg, Flemish Region, Belgium
Death: Died in Carthago, Carthage, Tunis, Tunisia
Cause of death: Murdered while returning from Constantinople
Occupation: Senator, Governor of Aquitaine, Bishop of Metz, Bispo de Metz, Gouverneur d'Aquitaine et Ambassadeur à Byzance, Bodegisel II, Guvernör, Guvenoer, Patricien, * Murdered, Carthage, returning fr. Embassy to Constantinople., GOVERNOR OF AQUITAINE, Guvenör
Managed by: Jennie Jacobson
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About Bodegisel, duc d'Aquitaine

Bodegisel II (Borogiso II of Aquitaine, Bodegiesel II, Governor of Aquitaine) was born 565 C.E. in Aquitaine, France. He was the Governor of Aquitaine. He died about 610 C.E. in Carthage, Africa, being murdered while returning from an embassy Constantinople.

See: http://wikibin.org/articles/bodegisel-ii.html

His ancestry is uncertain but it seems certain he was a grandson of Mundéric de Cologne (Weis, Ancestral Roots 190:7). He was traditionally regarded as the son of Bodegisel I, but Kelley pointed out the exceptional rarety of a son named after his father at this period, and suggested that he was a nephew rather than son of Bodegisel I. Settipani suggests that he was a son of Gondulfus de Tongres. Other reconstructions make him a son of Mundéric's unnamed daughter and Mummolin (Colonial & Revolutionary Lineages in America 18:236-38).

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Bodegisel II 'Dux,' appears to have been Governor of Aquitaine and was murdered at Carthage returning from an embassy at Constatinople.

Source: 'Royalty for Commoners', Roderick W. Stuart, 1993, p 128. 'Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants', Langston & Buck, 1986, p cv.

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Bodegeisel II was born in year 0565 in Aquitaine, France.1

         o Birth Notes
               + B: Abt. 565

Bodegeisel II's father was Gondolfus Tongres and his mother was Palatina Troyes. His paternal grandparents were Munderic Vitrey and Arthemia Perthois; his maternal grandparents were Maurilion Gallo and Miss Thuringia. He was an only child. He died, at the age of 45 years, in year 0610 in Carthage, Africa due to murder / assassination (Murdered returning from Constantinople).1

         o Death Notes
               + D: Abt. 610

Bodegeisel II's family with Oda Suevia

Bodegeisel II and Oda were married (further details are not known). They had a son named Arnoul.

     Male Arnoul Metz
     Arnoul was born on August 13th, 0582 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium.1   He died, at the age of 58 years, 0 months and 3 days, on August 16th, 0640 in Remiremont, Church of the Apostles, Metz, Austrasia.1 
               + Death Notes
                     # D: 16 Aug 640/641

1 http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=tamer&id=I14803&style=TABLE

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Name: Bodegisel

Given Name: Bodegisel

Suffix: II

Nickname: Govenor of Aquitaine

Name: Bodegeisel

Given Name: Bodegeisel

Suffix: II

Sex: M

_UID: 6AD1AC6ADA309A49BB2EE6C685AA415497CA

Change Date: 27 Jun 2008

Birth: in Africa

Death: of murdered 588 in Carthage, Greece

Father: Bodegisel St. Gondolfus

Mother: Palatina Magnus b: in Troyes, Aube, Champagne-Ardenne, France

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Bodegisel II Governor of Aquitaine

Male, ( - 588)

Bodegisel II Governor of Aquitaine|d. 588|p30538.htm|Saint Gondoule Governor of Marseilles, Mayor of the Palace, and Bishop of Tongres|b. 524\nd. 6 Jul 607|p34594.htm|unknown||p38445.htm|Munderic o. V.|b. a 500\nd. 532|p30542.htm|Arthemia||p30543.htm|||||||

    Bodegisel II Governor of Aquitaine was the son of Saint Gondoule Governor of Marseilles, Mayor of the Palace, and Bishop of Tongres and unknown.1,2 Weis (1976) gives Bodegeisel I, the brother of Gondolfus, as Bodegisel II's father. There is no proof either way, but the perponderence of evidence leads to Gondolfus as the father of Bodegeisel II.1 Bodegisel married Oda, daughter of Duke Bodegisel I and Palatina.3,1,2,4 Bodegisel II Governor of Aquitaine was murdered in 588 in Carthage returning from an embassy to Constantinople.3,1,2,4 

Charts

Ancestry of Edward III

Child of Bodegisel II Governor of Aquitaine and Oda

Saint Arnulf Mayor of the Palace and Bishop of Metz+ (13 Aug 582 - 16 Aug 641)3,1,2,5,4

Citations

Stuart, Roderick W. Royalty for Commoners, The Complete Known Lineage of John of Gaunt, Son of Edward III, King of England, and Queen Philippa. Fourth Edition. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002.

Moriarty, G. Andrews. "The Origin of the Carolingians", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register volume XCVIII (October 1944).

Weis, Frederick Lewis. Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England Between 1623 and 1650. Fifth Edition. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982.

Sewell Genealogy Site. Online http://www3.sympatico.ca/robert.sewell/sitemapweb.html

Kelley, David H.. "Genealogical Research in England: A New Consideration of the Carolingians", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register volume CI (April 1947).

http://www.genealogy.theroyfamily.com/p30538.htm

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Patricien,,Ambassadeur à Byzance

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Murdered returning from Constantinople, at the age of 45

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Died aged.

Source: 'Royalty for Commoners', Roderick W. Stuart, 1993, p 128. 'Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants', Langston & Buck, 1986, p cv.

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Bodegisel II was the Governor of Aquitaine.

There is even controversy about Bodegisel II being our ancestor. The father of our ancestor Arnulf was either this Bodegisel II of Aquitaine or Arnoldus of Metz. His mother was Ada of Swabia, considered the wife of either Bodegisel or of Arnoldus (or maybe of both). The tree in this program allows only one possibility, and I have chosen Bodegisel as the father in the tree. But here is the alternative ancestry: Arnulf's father was instead Arnoldus of Metz, b. ca. 535 (who married Ada of Swabia, just as Bodegisel apparently did); Arnoldus's parents were Senator Ansbertus of Gaul and Blithilde (of unknown parentage); Ansbertus's father was Tontantius of Rome; his father was Tontantius Ferreolus; his parents were Ferreolus of Rome and an unnamed daughter of Arfianus; her father was Afrianus Syragrius.

There is another, very improbable tradition that the parents of Arnoldus of Metz were not Ansbertus and Blithilde but rather UNKNOWN and Bertha of Kent (Saint Bertha) (539-ca. 612), who (at some point) had also been married to King Æthelbert of Kent (ca. 552-616); this Saint Bertha was daughter of the Merovingian king, Charibert I of Paris (ca. 517-567) and so descended from that line, including King Clovis of the Franks, our ancestor from a different line) and all the way back to the legendary founder of that dynasty, King Merovech of the Salian Franks. Included in this improbable five-generation ancestry were kings of Thuringia and Burgundy (many of whom are our ancestors from a different line).

It's even more complicated than that. The father of our presumed ancestor Bodegisel II was either Bodegisel I of Aquitaine or Saint Gondolfus (Gandalf), apparently brothers of each other. His mother was apparently Palatrina of Troyes (married to either of the possible fathers or to both of them). The tree in this program assumes Bodegisel I was the father, so here is the alternative: Saint Gondolfus, b. 545, d. 599 in Bourges, was the son of Munderic of Cologne (Lord of Vitry) and Arthemia of Perthois, who were also the parents of Bodegisel I, so the program's tree reflects the parentage from that point onward.

By checking out the page for the other husband of Bodegisel's wife, Ada--that is, the page of Arnoldus--you can follow the ancestry (even check the tree display) of this alternative ancestry.

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Laurel Logan

Sept 7, 2008

from http://armidalesoftware.com/issue/full/Thaler_105_main.html

BODEGISEL II (Gondolfus6, Munderic5, Cloderic the Parricide of COLOGNE4, Siegbert the Lame3, Childebert2, Clovis the Riparian1), son of Saint Gondolfus, was born between 522 and 568, and died between 581 and 678. He married ODA, who was born in a Suevian, Germany.

He appears to have been Governor of Aquitaine, and was murdered at Carthage returning from an Embassy to Constantinople, 588.

Child:

i. SAINT ARNULF8, b. circa 13 Aug. 582, d. on 16 Aug. 640; m. DODE (CLOTHILDE) circa 596.

--Laurel Logan

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Patricien, Ambassadeur à Byzance -------------------- Suffix : Guvernör av Akvitanien -------------------- His paternal ancestry is found elsewhere on this tree. I've continued his maternal line here.

Bodegeisel II's father was Gondolfus Tongres and his mother was Palatina Troyes. His paternal grandparents were Munderic Vitrey and Arthemia Perthois; his maternal grandparents were Dux-Eveque de Treves Maurilion Gallo and Miss Thuringia. He was an only child. He died due to murder / assassination, Murdered returning from Constantinople, at the age of 45 in 0610 in Carthage, Africa -------------------- http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/e/n/Kayla-Dennis/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0293.html -------------------- de Aquitaine , Bodegisel (Baudgise,bodogisel) II [aka: Governor of Aquitaine;Ambassador To Byzantium;Duke] Bodegisel married Oda De Savoy. (Oda De Savoy was born about 552.)

    father --Bodegisel (I; Duke) of SWABIA  (509? - 581?)

Baudgise II (Duke) de AQUITAINIA

    mother --Palatina de TROYES
                          (f: =-Gallus Magnus (Bishop) of TROYES  (? - 562+))
                            (f:==--Magnus vir CLARISSIMUS  (France)).

-------------------- Bodogisel is a noble Frankish Austrasia, brother and son of Duke Babon Mummolin , Count Soissons. Sent an embassy to Constantinople in 589 , he stopped in Carthage where the mob killing. Babon his brother is known to have also sent an embassy to Constantinople in 585. According to many historians, it is likely the father of Arnulf of Metz 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 and thus the ancestor of Arnulfiens and Carolingians 5 .

Notes and references

Christian Settipani , The Ancestors of Charlemagne , Paris, 1989, 170 p. ( ISBN 2-906483-28-1 ) Christian Settipani , "The contribution of onomastics in the study of genealogies Carolingian" in Onomastics and Kinship in the medieval West , and Prosopographica genealogic, Oxford, 2000, 310 p. ( ISBN 1-900934-01-9 ) , p. 185-229 Christian Settipani , The Prehistory of the Capetian ( New genealogical history of the royal house of France , vol. 1) , ed. Patrick van Kerrebrouck, 1993 ( ISBN 2-9501509-3-4 ) , p. 139-146 Hervé Pinoteau , The French royal symbolism, V e - XVIII th century , PSR editions, 2004, p. 43 Bodogisel and Mummolin being attached to Mundéric and Clodéric the Carolingians would then be the direct descendants of the Frankish kings of Cologne.

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Bodegisel II, duke of Aquitaine's Timeline

550
550
Tongeren, Limburg, Flemish Region, Belgium
579
579
Age 29
581
581
Age 31
Metz, Moselle, France
582
August 13, 582
Age 32
Tongres, Limburg, Belgium

Near Nancy. He was also of, Metz, Moselle, France (Metz is on the Moselle River; about 175 miles east of Paris.).

584
584
Age 34
Carthago, Carthage, Tunis, Tunisia
585
585
Age 34
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- present
Byzance
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Governor of Aquitaine