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Chlodosinda (Merovingian Dynasty)

Also Known As: "Chlotsuinda"
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Birthplace: Soissons, Regnum Neustriae, Regnum Francorum
Death: Died in Regnum Langobardum, Pannonia Basin
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Daughter of Chlothar I the Old, King of the Franks and Ingonde, Queen of the Franks
Wife of Alboin, King of the Lombards
Mother of Albsuinda
Sister of Charibert I, King of the Franks at Paris; Saint Guntram, King of Burgundy; Siegbert I, King of Austrasia and Dagobert
Half sister of Chilpéric I, King of the Franks at Soissons; Gonthaire (Gunthar, Guntram) d'Orléans; Theudebald {Thibaud, Theobald) d' Orléans; Clodoald (St. Cloud) d' Orleans and Chram of the Franks

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About Chlodosinda, Queen of the Lombards

From the Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire, Vol. 3, pg. 297:

http://books.google.by/books?id=fBImqkpzQPsC&pg=PA297&lpg=PA297&dq=Chlodosinda+mother&source=bl&ots=JGlHUc30AL&sig=vre1ugBrlTAEn-1lZCcosPSGsjA&hl=en&sa=X&ei=kjJ7U_2PEu2f7galt4CYDA&ved=0CDAQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q&f=false

Chlodosinda (Chlothsinda) 1. Frankish princess; wife of Alboin. M VI

Daughter of Chlothacharius (PLRE II) and Ingundis 1, she married the Lombard king Alboin; Greg. Tur. HF IV 3, 41, Paul. Diac. Hist. Lang. 1 27, Origo Gent, Lang. 5.

Mother of Albsuinda; Paul. Diac. Hist. Lang. 1 27 Origo Gent. Lang. 5

After her death Alboin married Rosimunda; Greg. Tur. HF IV 41, Paul. Diac. Hist. Lang. 1 27, Origo Gent. Lang. 5.

See stemmata 18a and 20b.

Addresse of a letter from Nicetius, Bishop of Trier; Ep. Austras. 8 (MGH, Epp. m. pp. 119ff.) (ad Chlodosuindam reginam Longobardorum).

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From Ravenna in Late Antiquity:

http://books.google.by/books?id=YSLi46ZIEHoC&pg=PA206&lpg=PA206&dq=Alboin+Lombard&source=bl&ots=TpiI0zAtN0&sig=MlvwFgbtnEL3a-DTThSEMBmhuAk&hl=en&sa=X&ei=t996U7-4HImoO6flgIgB&ved=0CDUQ6AEwAzgK#v=onepage&q&f=false

There was therefore no real unity in Italy when yet another group of barbarians, the Lombards, appeared at the Alpine passes in 568. [15] The Lombards (Langobardi, "Long Beards") had coalesced as a group in the Balkans in the late 5th century and moved into Pannonia after the death of Theoderic (Aug. 30, 526), where they were settled as foederati by Justinian (ruled Aug. 1, 527 - Nov. 14, 565). Their ambitious king Alboin married Chlodosinda, daughter of the Frankish king Lothar I (c. 497 - Nov. 29, 561, wife Ingundis d. between 538 and 546), Alboin annihilated another group, the Gepids, in 567, and after Chlodosinda's death, he married the Gepid princess Rosamunda, a move that was, as Paul the Deacon says, "to his own injury, as afterward appeared." [16]

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Soissons, Regnum Neustriae, Regnum Francorum
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Age 9
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Age 21
Regnum Langobardum, Pannonia Basin
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