Judith von Bayern (925 - 987) MP

‹ Back to von Bayern surname

Is your surname von Bayern?

Research the von Bayern family

Judith, duchess of Bavaria's Geni Profile

Records for Judith von Bayern

340,400 Records

Share your family tree and photos with the people you know and love

  • Build your family tree online
  • Share photos and videos
  • Smart Matching™ technology
  • Free!

Share

Nicknames: "(Daughter of Arnulf The Bad)"
Birthplace: Ratisbonne (Present Regensburg), Nordgau (Present Oberpfalz), Herzogtum Bayern, Ostenfrankenreich
Death: Died in Ratisbonne (Present Regensburg), Nordgau (Present Oberpfalz), Herzogtum Bayern, Ostenfrankenreich (Present Germany)
Occupation: Hertiginna av Bayern
Managed by: Victar (on hiatus)
Last Updated:

About Judith von Bayern

Judith of Bavaria

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For the second wife of Louis the Pious, see Judith, daughter of Welf

Judith (b. 925; d. June 29 soon after 985), was Duchess of Bavaria. She was the eldest daughter of Arnulf the Bad of Bavaria and Judith of Friuli.

She was the wife of Henry I of Bavaria, and through this marriage the Duchy of Bavaria entered the growing Kingdom of Germany. Their son was Henry the Wrangler for whom she acted as regent after Henry's death in 955. She has made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem and afterwards retired to the Niedermünster in Regensburg, where she was also buried.

--------------------

Under Duke Heinrich l and his wife Judith, the Niedermünsterkirche was renewed completely for unknown reasons. The construction must have progressed far enough that upon Henry's death in 955 he was buried there. Judith was buried beside him beneath the high alter after her death.

This development started certainly with the church new building around 950 and must have been concluded at the latest, 973 with Judith's entry into the abby Judith served as the Abbess (Mother Superior) of the abby between 974 and her death.

http://reinis-welten.de/regensburg/kirchenundkloesterinregensburg/dasniedermuensterregensburg/index.html

--------------------

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judith_von_Bayern

Judith von Bayern (925–985)

aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie

(Weitergeleitet von Judith von Bayern)

Wechseln zu: Navigation, Suche

Judith (* 925; † 29. Juni bald nach 985), war Herzogin von Bayern und eine der bedeutendsten Frauengestalten der politischen Geschichte Bayerns im Mittelalter.

Judith war älteste Tochter des Herzogs Arnulf des Bösen von Bayern und dessen Frau Judith von Friaul. Sie war Gemahlin des Herzogs Heinrich I. von Bayern († 955). Durch diese Ehe wurde die Zugehörigkeit des Herzogtums Bayern zum entstehenden deutschen Reich befördert.

Judith war Mutter nicht nur von Heinrich dem Zänker, für den sie ab 955 für ein Jahrzehnt die Vormundschaft führte, sondern auch von Hadwig, die bereits mit 15 Jahren Herzogin von Schwaben wurde, und von Gerberga, die Äbtissin im Stift Gandersheim wurde.

Nach einer Pilgerreise ins Heilige Land lebte sie ab 974 im Kloster Niedermünster in Regensburg. Dort wurde sie auch, wie bereits ihr Ehemann, begraben.

Weblinks [Bearbeiten]

   * genealogie-mittelalter.de

Normdaten: PND: 122191803 | WP-Personeninfo

Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 22. Juni 2010 um 22:49 Uhr geändert. -------------------- Judith (925 – June 29 soon after 985), was Duchess of Bavaria. She was the eldest daughter of Arnulf the Bad of Bavaria and Judith of Sülichgau.

She was the wife of Henry I of Bavaria, and through this marriage the Duchy of Bavaria entered the growing Kingdom of Germany. Their son was Henry the Wrangler, for whom she acted as regent after Henry's death in 955. She made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem and, upon returning in 974, retired to the Niedermünster in Regensburg, where she is buried beside her husband

-------------------- http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judith_von_Bayern_(925%E2%80%93985)

view all 14

Judith, duchess of Bavaria's Timeline

925
925
Ratisbonne (Present Regensburg), Nordgau (Present Oberpfalz), Herzogtum Bayern, Ostenfrankenreich
938
938
Age 13
Herzogtum Bayern, Ostenfrankenreich (Present Germany)
940
940
Age 15
Bavaria, Germany
940
Age 15
Bavaria, Germany
948
948
Age 23
951
951
Age 26
951
Age 26
Sachsen, Germany
952
952
Age 27
Verdun (Alsace-Lorraine)
975
975
Age 50
Saxony
987
June 28, 987
Age 62
Ratisbonne (Present Regensburg), Nordgau (Present Oberpfalz), Herzogtum Bayern, Ostenfrankenreich (Present Germany)