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Hasilda Princess of the Rugij

Also Known As: "Hafilda", "Hasilda", "Princess Hafilda"
Birthplace: (Gaul), France
Death: Died in (Gaul), France
Immediate Family:

Daughter of King of the Rugij and Unknown
Wife of Clodomir IV, King of the Franks (Fictitious Person)
Mother of Farabert, King of the Franks (Fictitious Person); Nicanor, King of the Franks and Roricus des Francs

Occupation: Queen of the Franks, Princesse des Rugij, Princess of the Rugij, ABT 0106, PRINCESS of the RUGIJ, of the Rugij Tribe, Queen of Franksa, Prinsessa, Princess of Rugij, Princess, Princesse Ruge, Reyne des Francs
Managed by: Arik Vladimir Russell
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About Hasilda of the Rugij (Fictitious Person)

born: 106 or 129

died: 166 or 179

Emerita Princess of Britains verch COEL Princess of Britains (Basilda)

Hafilda Princess of Rugij

Born : Abt. 106

Marriage 121 - Chlodmir IV King of the Franks

Children Abt. 122 - Farabert King of the Franks

Forrás / Source:


The Rugii were an East Germanic tribe whose ultimate origins have been traced to Rogaland in Norway, whose population probably was the Rugii that Jordanes mentioned as a tribe that still remained in Scandza. The connection is further supported by the fact that an old name for the province was Rygiafylke (y is an umlaut of u, like the German ü in Rügen). However, at the time of Jordanes, there were many Rugii in Italy whose tribe had made a long journey to arrive there.

Long before this mention of the Scandinavian Rugians, a group had settled at the estuaries of the Oder, from where they are said to have been pushed away when the Goths arrived from Scandinavia.

The Rugians remained for a while in territory later called Pomerania, where they are said to have given their name to Rügen. Earlier a town named Rugium was documented in Germania Magna in about the same location as Rügenwalde centuries later. In the beginning of the 4th century, they moved southwards and settled at the upper Tisza in what is now modern Hungary. They were later attacked by the Huns but took part in Attila's campaigns in 451, but at his death they rebelled and created a kingdom of their own in what is presently Austria.

They were defeated by king Odovakar in 487, and joined the Heruls. Later they joined the Ostrogothic king Theodoric the Great when he invaded Italy in 489. In Italy, they formed their own division and disappeared with the Ostrogoths. Their name, however, was frequently misapplied in Latin sources to Rus of the 10th and 11th centuries.

[source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rugians]

Prinsessa Hasilda Rugij

Född: omkring 106


Familj med Kung Chlodmir IV av Frankerna (129 - 166)


Farabert av Frankerna (122 - 186)


The Rugians were an East Germanic tribe whose ultimate origins have been traced to Rogaland in Norway.

Daughter of the King of the Rugij
aka Hasilda (Basilda) af RUGLIJ

Poss. HM George I s 39-oldemor.

Poss. HRE Ferdinand I s 34-oldemor. 

Poss. Agnes Harris '42-oldemor.


Husband / Partner:       Clodimir IV (konge) i FRANKS 
 Child:       Farabert (King) af FRANKS


 Hendes (evt.) 2-oldebørn:       Bartherus (King) i FRANKS   ,   Marcomir (King) af frankerne 
 hende (evt.) 5 (+)-oldebørn:       Clodomir IV af frankerne   ,   Genebald (I, 1. hertug) af Østen FRANKS   ,   Priarios (King) af (ripariske) FRANKS   ,   Mallobaudes des FRANCS RIPUAIRES   ,   Chlodomer d 'ALEMANIE 

Fra http://fabpedigree.com/s037/f766095.htm

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Hasilda of the Rugij (Fictitious Person)'s Timeline

(Gaul), France
Age 15
Age 17
Age 19
Austrasia, France
Age 44
Age 72
(Gaul), France
August 6, 1991
Age 73
November 8, 1991
Age 73
July 9, 1994
Age 73
January 10, 1995
Age 73