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Emma (Hemma) von Altdorf

Also Known As: "Emma Altdorfensis", "Hemma of /Altdorf/", "Princess Of BAVARIA", "also known as Hemma", "Emma Of /Bavaria/", "Emma of Altdorf", "also known as Hemma Obermünster Abbey in Regensburg."
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Altdorf (Present Weingarten), (Present Baden-Württemberg), Austrasia (Present Germany), Frankish Empire
Death: Died in Altdorf (Present Weingarten), (Present Baden-Württemberg), Austrasia (Present Germany), Frankish Empire
Place of Burial: Kloster Sankt Emmeram, Regensburg, Regierungsbezirk Oberpfalz, Bayern, Deutschland
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Welf I von Altdorf, Graf in Schwaben; Welf I von Altdorf; Hedwig - Heilwig von Sachsen, Abbess of Chelles and Heilwig von Sachsen
Wife of Louis II, 'The German'
Mother of Hildegard of Bavaria East-Franks, Princess Of Germany; Ludwig III, König von Bayern; Berta of the East-Franks, Princess Of Germany; Charles III 'the Fat', King of the Franks; Carloman and 2 others
Sister of Conrad I "the Elder", count of Auxerre; Raoul I, count of Ponthieu; Judith of Bavaria and Mathilda d'Andech von Altdorf

Occupation: of Andech, Queen consort of Eastern Francia, AKA "Emma", Reine de Bavière, de Germanie, d'Alamanie et de Lotharingie, Queen consort of Eastern Francia.
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About Emma of Altdorf

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hemma

Emma of Altdorf, also known as Hemma (808–31 January 876) was the wife of Louis the German, and Queen consort of Eastern Francia.

Her father was Welf, Count of Altorf; her mother was Heilwig of Saxony (born c.775, died after 833), the daughter of Count Isanbart. Her sister was Judith (sometimes called of Bavaria), who was the second wife of Emperor Louis the Pious, and by marriage Queen and Empress of the Franks.

In 827 at Regensburg, Emma married Louis the German, son of the Carolingian Emperor Louis, and stepson of Emma's sister. She was thus from 817–843 Queen consort of Bavaria. She was given in 833, by her husband Louis, Obermünster Abbey in Regensburg.

She is described as having had great qualities: an uncommon courage and talent, deployed on more than one occasion. In particular, she led an army against Adelchis of Benevento, when he revolted against Louis the German; it is said that, frightened by the arrival of the Queen, the traitor fled by boat to seek safety in Corsica. The Annals of Saint-Bertin however reproach Emma for a pride which displeased the people of Italy.

With the Treaty of Verdun in 843, she became Queen Consort of Eastern Francia. She died on 31 January 876, and was buried in St. Emmeram's Abbey, Regensburg.

By Louis, she had seven children:

-1. Hildegard (828–856)

-2. Carloman (829–880)

-3. Ermengard (died 866)

-4. Gisela

-5. Louis the Younger (830–882)

-6. Bertha (died 877)

-7. Charles the Fat (839–888)

Her sons became Kings; three of her daughters became nuns. Her daughter Gisela is said to have married Louis the German, son of Louis the Pious.

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Emma von Bayern

F, #103210, d. 876

Last Edited=23 May 2003

    Emma von Bayern died in 876.

Children of Emma von Bayern and Louis II 'the German', King of the East Franks

-1. Louis 'the Young', King of the East Franks d. 882

-2. Carloman König von Bayern+ b. c 828, d. 880

-3. Charles II, Roi de France b. 13 Jun 839, d. 13 Jan 888

Forrás / Source:

http://www.thepeerage.com/p10321.htm#i103210

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Altdorfi Emma

http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altdorfi_Emma

-------------------- Emma of Altdorf, also known as Hemma (808–31 January 876) was the wife of Louis the German, and Queen consort of Eastern Francia.

Her father was Welf, Count of Altorf; her mother was Heilwig of Saxony (born c.775, died after 833), the daughter of Count Isanbart. Her sister was Judith (sometimes called of Bavaria), who was the second wife of Emperor Louis the Pious, and by marriage Queen and Empress of the Franks.

In 827 at Regensburg, Emma married Louis the German, son of the Carolingian Emperor Louis, and stepson of Emma's sister. She was thus from 817–843 Queen consort of Bavaria. She was given in 833, by her husband Louis, Obermünster Abbey in Regensburg.

She is described as having had great qualities: an uncommon courage and talent, deployed on more than one occasion. In particular, she led an army against Adelchis of Benevento, when he revolted against Louis the German; it is said that, frightened by the arrival of the Queen, the traitor fled by boat to seek safety in Corsica. The Annals of Saint-Bertin however reproach Emma for a pride which displeased the people of Italy.

With the Treaty of Verdun in 843, she became Queen Consort of Eastern Francia. She died on 31 January 876, and was buried in St. Emmeram's Abbey, Regensburg.

By Louis, she had seven children:

Hildegard (828–856)

Carloman (829–880)

Ermengard (died 866)

Gisela

Louis the Younger (830–882)

Bertha (died 877)

Charles the Fat (839–888)

Her sons became Kings; three of her daughters became nuns.

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Emma of Altdorf's Timeline

810
810
Altdorf (Present Weingarten), (Present Baden-Württemberg), Austrasia (Present Germany), Frankish Empire
827
827
Age 17
Regensburg, Germany
828
828
Age 18
Germany
830
830
Age 20
836
836
Age 26
Germany
839
June 13, 839
Age 29
Swabia, Germany
866
866
Age 56
of,,Aix-le-Chappelle,France
876
January 31, 876
Age 66
Altdorf (Present Weingarten), (Present Baden-Württemberg), Austrasia (Present Germany), Frankish Empire
876
Age 66
Regensburg, Regierungsbezirk Oberpfalz, Bayern, Deutschland
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