Chlodio IV, roi des Francs à Cologne (b. - 389) MP

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Nicknames: "Claudio de los Francos del Este", "Chlodion", "Chlodius", "King of the Franks", "Clodius av Austrasien"
Death: Died in Cologne, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Occupation: Duke of the East Franks, Duke 379, reigned ten years., Duke of East Franks, Roi de Cologne, DUKE OF THE EAST FRANKS, Duke of the Franks, roi des Francs Ripuaires de Cologne roi des Sicambres, Hertig, Duke of the Eastern Franks, King, King of Franks
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About Chlodio IV, roi des Francs à Cologne

Clodius IV (Chlodius I)

possible other Clodius 255-319

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Clodius Duke of the East Franks

Born : Abt. 324 Germany

Died : 389

Father Dagobert 2. Duke of the East Franks

Mother Dagobert Duchess of the East Franks

Marriage ?

Children Abt. 347 - Marcomir Duke of the East Franks

Forrás / Source:

http://www.american-pictures.com/genealogy/persons/per02358.htm#0

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CLODIUS IV, DUKE OF THE EAST FRANKS

b. 332 A.D.; d. 389 A.D.

One son is recorded: Marcomir, b. 351 A.D.

He became Duke of East Franks, 358

-------------------- Roi de Cologne -------------------- Title: Historie Genealogique de la France du V au XII Siecle.

  1. Note: Author: Dooghe, Didier-Georges
  2. Note: Publication: Lille, France: Private Edition
  3. Note: Page: p. 19

-------------------- http://web.ukonline.co.uk/members/tom.paterson/ogrady/CoeltoOgrady.htm

12. Dagobert, Duke of the East FRANKS (b.300-, Germany; d.379)

              sp: Mrs-Dagobert, Duchess of the East FRANKS (b.304-Germany; m.323; d.317)
     

13. Clodius Duke of the East FRANKS (b.324-Germany; d.389)

              sp: Mrs-Clodius Duchess of the East FRANKS (b.328-Germany; m.346)

-------------------- Roi des Francs de Cologne -

Koning der Franken van Keulen -

King of the Franks of Cologne --------------------

    

Clodius FRANCS, Of The East Franks

324 - 389

http://www.avocadoridge.com/jim/getperson.php?personID=I6670&tree=003


This family was known as the Merovingians, from the name of one of its members, to whom national tradition had ascribed a sea-god as ancestor.

Clodion, the first king of this dynasty known to history, began his series of conquests in Northern Gaul about the year 430. He penetrated as far as Artois, but was driven back by Aëtius, who seems to have succeeded in keeping him on friendly terms with Rome. In fact, it seems that his son Merovaeus fought with the Romans against Attila on the Mauriac plains. Childeric, son of Merovaeus, also served the empire under Count Aegidius and subsequently under Count Paul, whom he assisted in repelling the Saxons from Angers. Childeric died at Tournai, his capital, where his tomb was found in 1653 (Cochet, Le tombeau de Childéric, Paris, 1859). But Childeric did not transmit to his son Clovis, who succeeded him in 481, the entire inheritance left by Clodion. The latter seems to have reigned over all the Cis-Rhenish Franks, and the monarchy was divided among his descendants, although the exact time of the division is not known. There were now two Frankish groups: the Ripuarians, who occupied the banks of the Rhine and whose kings resided in Cologne, and the Salians who had established themselves in the Low Countries. The Salians did not form a single kingdom; besides the Kingdom of Tournai there were kingdoms with centres at Cambrai and Tongres. Their sovereigns, both Salian and Ripuarian, belonged to the Merovingian family and seem to have been descended from Clodion.

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06238a.htm


-------------------- Clodius V King of the East Franks

Died : 378

Father Theodomir King of the Franks

Mother

Marriage ?

Children - - Dagobert Duke of the Franks

Forrás / Source:

http://www.american-pictures.com/genealogy/persons/per03443.htm#0

-------------------- Note: or Clogio, King 360, to revenge his father's death took Cambray, slew many Romans, entered Gaul and annexed much of it to his dominions A.D.361, reigned eighteen years in the reigns of Valens in the East and Gratian in the West. His elder son. Marcomir V, last King of the Franks, A.D. 378, obtained a great victory over teh Romans at Collogn,A.D. 382, and recovered all that the Emperor Maximus had got, exceptArmoria, or Little Brittany, was salin in battle A.D. 393, and tehRomans tehn overpowered the Frandks commanded them to elect no morekings, but dukes, in the reigh of Theodosius the Great. -------------------- Clodius was "a mild and loving Prince" re: "Royal Ancestors of Magna Charta Barons," Carr P. Collins, Jr., Dallas, 1959, p. 119 - Collins gives a very suspicious ancestry which shows Clodius to be the great-great-grandson of Dagobert, King of the Franks, 306-317. {Cf. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, "The Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet and Cecily de Neville..." (Salt Lake City: Accecerated Indexing Systems, 1978), p. 366.} -------------------- To revenge his father's death took Cambray, slew many Romans, entered Gaul & annexed much of it to his dominious A.D. 361 occupation King A.D. 360-378. -------------------- http://gw.geneanet.org/nobily?lang=fr;pz=elisabeth+therese+marie+helene;nz=de+belgique;ocz=0;p=chlogio;n=de+cologne -------------------- http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jloops&id=I750

ID: I750 Name: Clodis Duke Of East Franks Given Name: Clodis Suffix: Duke Of East Franks Sex: M Birth: ABT 0324 in Germany Death: 0389 _UID: 3A866753DBFCB44588F74FE774DA11B31171 Change Date: 27 Dec 2007 at 03:00:00

Father: Dagobert Duke Of East Franks b: ABT 0300 in Germany

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

Children

   Has Children Marcomir Duke Of East Franks b: ABT 0347 in Germany

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