Thiudigotho (Þiudaguþa) of the Ostrogoths (c.473 - c.524) MP

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Nicknames: "Teodegonda", "Teodegoda", "Teodegoto", "Theodegotha", "Theodegotho", "Thiudigotho"
Birthplace: Pannonia (Present Hungary), Roman Empire
Death: Died in Visigoth Kingdom (Present Spain)
Occupation: Queen of the Visigoths
Managed by: Nancy Sawalich
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About Thiudigotho (Þiudaguþa) of the Ostrogoths

Ben M. Angel's summary:

Relationships:

Parents:

  • Father: Theodoric the Great, King of the Ostrogoths (c451 - 526),
  • Mother: Unknown Woman from Moesia

Siblings and half-siblings:

  • 1. Amalasuintha (493 - 535), Queen of Italy (534-535)
  • 3. Ostrogotho/Arevagni (475/480 - before 520), Queen of Burgundy

Spouse:

  • Alaric I (458 - 507), King of the Visigoths (484 - 507)

Child:

  • Amalric (502 - 531) King of the Visigoths (507-511, 526-531)

Basic information and justifications:

Birth: c473 - according to the English Wikipedia page on her father, Theodoric the Great.

Wedding: 494 - from Wolfram's History of the Goths

Death: After 504 - what happened to her after she gave birth to Amalric (obviously a combination of Alaric - his father's name - and the Amal family) is unknown.

Burial: Unknown

Occupation: Queen of the Visigoths (492-507)

Alternate names: Theodegotho, Thiudigotho, Teodegonda, Teodegoda, Teodegoto

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From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page on Italy Kings (covering her birth family: http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ITALY,%20Kings%20to%20962.htm#TheodericKingGothsItalyB

THEODORIC 493-526, ATHALARIC 526-534, AMALASUINTHA, 534


THEODORIC, son of THEODEMIR King of the Ostrogoths in Pannonia & his concubine Ereleuva --- ([451][262]-Ravenna 30 Aug 526).

Iordanes names "Theodericum" as son of Theodemir, in a later passage naming his mother "Erelieva concubina"[263]. Herimannus names "Theodericus, Theodmari filius, rex Ostrogothorum" when recording his arrival in Italy[264].

He was sent as a hostage to Constantinople at the age of seven in [459/61], returning in [469/70] to assume control of the part of the kingdom formerly ruled by his uncle Valamir, under his father as overall king[265].

He left Pannonia with his father in [473], settling at Kyrrhos in Macedonia where his father named him as his successor in 474.

However, by 476 Theodoric had moved back across the Danube and settled in lower Moesia in the city of Novae-Svištov. While Emperor Zeno was planning to resettle his contingent in Dacia, Theodoric marched westwards to join his relative Sidimund at Durazzo[266].

He marched against Greece in 482 and forced Emperor Zeno to conclude a treaty under which Theodoric was named consul for 484 at Constantinople and given Dacia ripensis and parts of lower Moesia[267]. He acquired Roman citizenship to serve as consul, adopting the name FLAVIUS AMALUS THEODERICUS[268]. Procopius records that “duce Theoderico” was "patricius" and later was appointed to the "consularem" by Byzantium[269].

In 487, he began an offensive against Constantinople, but was bought off by rich presents brought by his half-sister Amalafrida.

He led the Ostrogoths on the move again in 488 into Italy, where he put King Odovacar to flight in Aug 489. Theodoric captured Verona, then Milan and Pavia, establishing his capital in the latter[270].

King Odovacar counter-attacked, but was again defeated 11 Aug 490. He compromised with Theodoric in Feb 493, agreeing to joint rule over Italy, but Theodoric captured and personally killed Odovacar after entering Ravenna[271].

He was proclaimed THEODORIC "the Great" King of Italy[272] by the Gothic army in Mar 493, with his capital at Ravenna. He was recognised as ruler in the west by Emperor Anastasius at Constantinople in 498[273].

Relations with the Franks, cemented by King Theodoric's marriage in [492], deteriorated somewhat in [506] when the Franks persecuted the Alamanni who were under Theodoric's protection[274]. However, despite the close family ties with the Visigothic kingdom after his daughter's marriage with the Visigothic king, King Theodoric was unable or unwilling to provide the necessary military support for his son-in-law against the Franks at the battle of the Vouillé in 507[275].

King Theodoric acted nominally as regent in the kingdom of the Visigoths 507-526 during the minority of his grandson Amalric King of the Visigoths, but declared himself king of the Visigothic kingdom in 511, although he appointed his sword-bearer Teudis (who later succeeded as king of the Visigoths) as governor[276].

He annexed the Visigothic territory between the Alps and the Rhône to the kingdom of Italy, and re-established the Gallic prefecture at Arles in 510[277].

The Marii Episcopi Aventicensis Chronica records the death in 526 of "Theudoricus rex Gothorum in urbe Ravenna"[278]. He died from dysentery[279].

m ([492]) AUDOFLEDIS, daughter of CHILDERIC I King of the Franks & his wife Basina ---. Gregory of Tours names Audofleda as the sister of King Clovis, recording that she married Theodoric King of Italy[280]. Iordanes records the marriage of Theodoric and "Lodoin Francorum regem filiam eius Audefledam" and names her brothers "Celdebertum et Heldebertum et Thiudebertum"[281], although this is presumably an incorrect reference to her nephews and great-nephew with similar names.

Concubine: ---.

Iordanes records that Theodoric's two daughters were born "ex concubina…in Moesia" before his marriage to Audofledis[282]. The name of the concubine of Theodoric is not known.

King Theodoric & his wife had one daughter:

1. AMALASUINTHA [Amalswinde] ([493]-murdered [30 Apr] 535). Iordanes names "Amalasuentham" as daughter of Theodoric[283]. Gregory of Tours records that King Theodoric left his wife Audofleda "with a small daughter…Amalasuntha" when he died[284], although this appears misleading with regard to her age bearing in mind the chronology of events established in other sources. In a passage which appears to be a complete fabrication, Gregory records that Amalasuntha eloped with one of her slaves, Traguilla, who was later killed by her mother's emissaries who brought Amalasuntha back after "a good beating". Gregory then recounts that she murdered her mother by poisoning her communion chalice, but was herself killed by "Theudat King of Tuscany" whom the people had called to rule over them[285]. This story may have been Gregory's way of justifying King Theodebert's subsequent attack on Italy, the account of which follows in the succeeding paragraph. She was regent in Italy for her son in 526. Procopius records that “ex filia nepos Atalaricus” succeeded on the death of "Theoderico" under the rule of "Amalasuntha matre"[286]. She renounced the territory north of the River Durance in favour of the Burgundians in 530 in the name of her son[287]. On the death of her son in 534, she declared herself AMALASUINTHA Queen of Italy, appointing her cousin Theodahad as co-regent. Theodahad arrested her end-534 and imprisoned her on an island in Lake Bolsena, where "after spending a very few days in sorrow, she was strangled in the bath by his hirelings" according to Jordanes[288]. m (515) EUTHARICH [Eutarico], son of VETERIC & his wife --- (-[522/23]). Iordanes names "Eutharicum" as son of "Vetericus" and as husband of "Amalasuentham" and father of their two children[289]. The Chronicle of Cassiodorus records the marriage in 515 of "Theodericus filiam usam dominam Amalasuintam" and "gloriosi viri dn Eutharici"[290]. Eutharic was adopted by Emperor Justin in recognition of his father-in-law's decision to designate him as his successor after his marriage. He was given Roman citizenship and became first consul in 519 as FLAVIUS EUTHARICUS CILLIGA[291]. Wolfram estimates that Eutharich died in [522/23][292]. Jordanes specifies that Eutharich predeceased King Theodoric's nomination of his son Athalaric as his successor. Eutharic & Amalasuintha had two children: Athalaric (517/518 - 534) King of Italy (526-534), and Matasuntha (b. 518, m. firstly Vitigis King of Italy, and secondly Germanus, nephew of Roman Emperor Justinian).

King Theodoric had two illegitimate daughters by his concubine:

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2. THEODEGOTHA [Thiudigotho].

Iordanes names "unam…Thiudigoto et aliam Ostrogotho" as the two daughters of Theodoric born "ex concubina…in Moesia" before his marriage to Audofledis, specifying that they came to Italy and were married "unam Alarico Vesegotharum et aliam Sigismundo Burgundzonorum"[300].

Procopius records that “regi Visigothorum Alarico” married "Theoderici…Theudichusam virginem filiam"[301].

m ([494][302]) ALARIC II King of the Visigoths, son of EURIC King of the Visigoths & his wife --- (-killed in battle Poitiers 507).

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3. OSTROGOTHO ([475/80]-before [520]). Iordanes names "unam…Thiudigoto et aliam Ostrogotho" as the two daughters of Theodoric born "ex concubina…in Moesia" before his marriage to Audofledis, specifying that they came to Italy and were married "unam Alarico Vesegotharum et aliam Sigismundo Burgundzonorum"[303]. Her father arranged her marriage as part of his negotiations for an alliance with the Burgundians. According to Settipani[304], this marriage took place soon after Theoderic arrived in Italy. Wolfram suggests[305] that Theodoric's alliance with the Burgundians was settled in 496. m ([494/96]) as his first wife, SIGISMUND of Burgundy, son of GONDEBAUD King of Burgundy & his wife Caratena (-murdered 523, bur Agaune). He succeeded his father in 516 as SIGISMUND King of Burgundy.

References:

[263] Iordanes Getarum, MGH Auct. ant. V.1, pp. 77 and 128. [264] Herimanni Augiensis Chronicon 482, MHG SS V, p. 84. [265] Wolfram, H. (1998) History Of The Goths (Berkeley, California), p. 267. According to Settipani, C. and Kerrebrouck, P. van (1993) La préhistoire des Capétiens 481-987, 1ère partie, Mérovingiens, Carolingiens et Robertiens (Villeneuve d'Ascq), p. 52, Theoderic returned in [475]. [266] Wolfram (1998), pp. 270-4. [267] Wolfram (1998), p. 277. [268] Wolfram (1998), pp. 277 and 286. [269] Procopius, Vol. II, De Bello Gothico I.1, p. 7. [270] Wolfram (1998), p. 289. [271] Wolfram (1998), pp. 281-3. [272] His title was Flavius Theodericus rex, rather than rex Gothorum, see Wolfram (1998), p. 286. [273] Wolfram (1998), p. 284. [274] Wolfram (1998), p. 314. [275] Wolfram (1998), p. 309. [276] Wolfram (1998), p. 245. [277] Wolfram (1998), p. 309. [278] Marii Episcopi Aventicensis Chronica 526, MGH Auct. ant. XI, p. 235. [279] Wolfram (1998), p. 331. [280] Gregory of Tours III.31, p. 187. [281] Iordanes Getarum, MGH Auct. ant. V.1, p. 131. [282] Iordanes Getarum, MGH Auct. ant. V.1, p. 131. [283] Iordanes Getarum, MGH Auct. ant. V.1, p. 77. [284] Gregory of Tours III.31, p. 187. [285] Gregory of Tours III.31, pp. 187-8. [286] Procopius, Vol. II, De Bello Gothico I.2, p. 12. [287] Wolfram (1998), p. 312. [288] Jordanes, LIX, p. 51. [289] Iordanes Getarum, MGH Auct. ant. V.1, p. 77 and 123. [290] Cassiodori Senatoris Chronica 515, MGH Auct. ant. XI, p. 159. [291] Wolfram (1998), p. 328. [292] Wolfram (1998), p. 521 footnote 490. [300] Iordanes Getarum, MGH Auct. ant. V.1, p. 131. [301] Procopius, Vol. II, De Bello Gothico I.12, p. 65. [302] Date estimated on the basis of the marriage taking place soon after King Theoderic came to Italy, which is suggested by Iordanes. [303] Iordanes Getarum, MGH Auct. ant. V.1, p. 131. [304] Settipani (1993), p. 61, footnote 97. [305] Wolfram (1998), p. 311.

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From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page on Toulouse (covering her married life): http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/TOULOUSE.htm#AlaricIIVisigothdied507

ALARIC ([458]-killed in battle Poitiers late summer 507).

Iordanes names "Eurichus…filius Alarichus" when recording his succession after the death of his father[109].

He was elected to succeed his father at Toulouse 28 Dec 484 as ALARIC II King of the Visigoths. The main body of Visigoths entered Spain during his reign, largely resulting from military pressure from the Franks in the north[110].

King Alaric II formed an alliance with the Ostrogoths and sent military help in 490 in support of Theodoric in his struggle with Odovacar King of Italy[111]. The alliance was later confirmed by King Alaric's marriage to King Theodoric's daughter.

Faced with continuing Frankish military expansion, King Alaric met Clovis King of the Franks in 502 on an island in the Loire near Amboise and agreed the River Loire as the frontier separating the two kingdoms[112].

He was responsible for compiling the Breviary Lex Romana Visigothorum, a Roman law-book, and supported a catholic church council at Agde in 506[113].

He was defeated and killed by Clovis King of the Franks at the campus Vogladensis[114], probably Voulan, near Poitiers, athough this is popularly known as the battle of Vouillé[115], which marked the end of Visigothic authority over the territory around Toulouse. The Chronicon Albeldense records that “Alaricus” was killed by “Huduildus rex Francorum apud Pictavem” after reigning for 23 years[116]. The Chronica Regum Visigotthorum records that “Alaricus” reigned for 23 years[117].

m ([494][118]) THEODEGOTHA [Thiudigotho] the Ostrogoth, illegitimate daughter of THEODORIC I King of the Ostrogoths in Italy & his concubine ---.

Iordanes names "unam…Thiudigoto et aliam Ostrogotho" as the two daughters of Theodoric born "ex concubina…in Moesia" before his marriage to Audofledis, specifying that they came to Italy and were married "unam Alarico Vesegotharum et aliam Sigismundo Burgundzonorum"[119]. Procopius records that “regi Visigothorum Alarico” married "Theoderici…Theudichusam virginem filiam"[120].

Mistress (1): ---. The name of King Alaric's mistress is not known.

King Alaric II & his wife had one child:

a) AMALRIC (502-murdered Barcelona 531).

Iordanes names "Amalricus" as the son of "Alarico Vesegotharum" & his wife[121]. Procopius records that the mother of “Amalricus” was "filiam Theoderici"[122].

Gregory of Tours relates that Amalric, son of Alaric, escaped from the battle in which his father was killed and fled to Spain[123]. He succeeded his father in 507 as AMALRIC King of the Visigoths, challenged by his half-brother.

After his father's defeat, only Arles and Carcassonne remained under Visigoth control in France. In Jun 508, King Amalric's maternal grandfather Theodoric King of Italy arrived in France, relieved the siege of Arles, recaptured Marseille and re-established Visigoth hegemony over Septimania[124]. King Theodoric acted nominally as regent for King Amalric, although he proclaimed himself King of the Visigoths in 511 after defeating King Gesalic.

Amalric was defeated by his brother-in-law Childebert King of the Franks at Narbonne in 531, and fled to Barcelona where he established his capital but was murdered soon after by his cousin Theudis.

The Chronica Regum Visigotthorum records that “Amalricus” reigned for five years[125].

m (511) CHROTHIELDIS [Clotilde] of the Franks, daughter of CLOVIS I [Chlodovech] King of the Franks & his second wife Chrotechildis [Clotilde] of Burgundy (-531, bur Paris, basilique des Saints-Apôtres [later église Sainte-Geneviève]).

Gregory of Tours refers to the marriage of the (unnamed) sister of the four brothers Theoderic, Chlodomer, Childebert and Lothar with Amalric King of the Visigoths, arranged after the death of their father, specifying that she was sent to Spain "with a great dowry of expensive jewellery"[126]. Procopius records that “rex…Visigotthorum Amalaricus” married "Regis Theodeberti sororem"[127]. Gregory names her Clotilde in a later passage which records that she was maltreated by her husband, brought back to France by her brother King Childebert who attacked and defeated King Amalric, but died on the journey and buried in Paris beside her father[128].

King Alaric II had one illegitimate son by Mistress (1):

b) GESALIC (-murdered in Burgundy [511/12] or [513/14][129]). He was proclaimed as GESALIC King of the Visigoths in Narbonne in 507, in opposition to his infant half-brother. Isidor's Historia Gothorum, Wandalorum, Sueborum records that "Gisaleicus…regis [Alarici] filius ex concubina" succeeded as king of the Visgoths at Narbonne[130]. Procopius names “Giselicum, Alarici ex concubine filium” when recording his accession[131]. He was defeated by the Ostrogoths in 510, was deposed and fled to Barcelona. The Chronicon Albeldense records that “Gesalaicus” was defeated at Narbonne by “Gundibado Burgundionem rege” and fled to Barcelona, from where he went “ad Africam Wandalis” for help which was refused, and that he was killed after returning to Barcelona “a duce Teuderici Italiæ regis” during the reign of Emperor Anastasius[132]. From Barcelona he fled to the Vandal court at Carthage, and was given resources to return and renew his resistance[133]. He was eventually captured on his way to seek support from Gundobad King of Burgundy, and executed near the River Durance in Gaul by supporters of his half-brother King Amalric[134]. The Chronica Regum Visigotthorum records that “Geselicus” reigned for three years “et in latebra annum I alibi XV”[135].

References:

[109] Iordanes Getarum, MGH Auct. ant. V.1, p. 122. [110] Payne, S. G. (1973) A History of Spain and Portugal, Volume 1 - Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century (University of Wisconsin Press), in the Library of Iberian Resources Online, consulted at http://libro.uca.edu/payne1/spainport1.htm (15 Dec 2002), Chapter 1, p. 9. [111] Wolfram, H. (1998) History Of The Goths (Berkeley, California), p. 309. [112] Gregory of Tours, II.35, p. 150 (undated), and García-Guijarro (2002), p. 19, Wolfram (1998), p. 192. [113] Wolfram (1998), pp. 196-7 and 200-1, cited in Wood (1994), p. 47. [114] Gregory of Tours, II.37, pp. 153-4. [115] Wood, I. (1994) The Merovingian Kingdoms (Longman), p. 46. [116] Chronicon Albeldense 23, Patrologia Latina Vol. 129, col. 1134A. [117] Chronica Regum Visigotthorum, España Sagrada Tomo II, p. 172. [118] Wolfram (1998), p. 203. [119] Iordanes Getarum, MGH Auct. ant. V.1, p. 131. [120] Dindorf, W. (ed.) (1833) Procopius, Vol. II, Corpus Scriptorum Historiæ Byzantinæ (Bonn), De Bello Gothico I.12, p. 65. [121] Iordanes Getarum, MGH Auct. ant. V.1, p. 131. [122] Procopius, Vol. II, De Bello Gothico I.12, p. 67 (the Greek text specifies "του Θευδερίχου", wrongly transposed into the Latin text as "Alarici"). [123] Gregory of Tours, II.37, p. 154. [124] García-Guijarro Ramos, L. 'Las invasions bárbaras en Hispania y la creación del Reino Visigodo', Álvarez Palenzuela, V. Á. (coord.) (2002) Historia de España de la Edad Media (Barcelona), pp. 19-20. [125] Chronica Regum Visigotthorum, España Sagrada Tomo II, p. 173. [126] Gregory of Tours, III.1, p. 162. [127] Procopius, Vol. II, De Bello Gothico I.13, p. 69. [128] Gregory of Tours, III.10, p. 170. [129] Wolfram (1998), p. 245. [130] Isidori Historia Gothorum, Wandalorum, Sueborum 544, MGH Auct. ant. XI, p. 282. [131] Procopius, Vol. II, De Bello Gothico I.12, p. 67. [132] Chronicon Albeldense 24, Patrologia Latina Vol. 129, col. 1134A. [133] Wolfram (1998), p. 308. [134] Isidori Historia Gothorum, Wandalorum, Sueborum 544, MGH Auct. ant. XI, p. 282. [135] Chronica Regum Visigotthorum, España Sagrada Tomo II, p. 172.

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From the English Wikipedia page on Theodoric the Great: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodoric_the_Great

Family and progeny

Theodoric was married once.

He had a concubine in Moesia, name unknown, and had two daughters:

1. Theodegotha (ca. 473 – ?). In 494, she was married to Alaric II as a part of her father's alliance with the Visigoths.

2. Ostrogotha or Arevagni (ca. 475 – ?). In 494 or 496, she was married to the king Sigismund of Burgundy as a part of her father's alliance with the Burgundians.

Married to Audofleda in 493 and had one daughter:

3. Amalasuntha, Queen of the Goths. She was married to Eutharic and had two children: Athalaric and Matasuntha (the latter being married to Witiges first, then, after Witiges' death, married to Germanus Justinus, neither had children). Any hope for a reconciliation between the Goths and the Romans in the person of a Gotho-Roman Emperor from this family lineage was shattered.

After his death in Ravenna in 526, Theodoric was succeeded by his grandson Athalaric. Athalaric was at first represented by his mother Amalasuntha, who was a regent queen from 526 until 534. The kingdom of the Ostrogoths, however, began to wane and was conquered by Justinian I starting after the rebellion of 535 and finally ending in 553 with the Battle of Mons Lactarius.

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From the Spanish Wikipedia page on Teodegonda: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teodegonda

Teodegonda o Teodegoda fue hija del rey ostrogodo Teodorico el Grande, y esposa de Alarico II, rey visigodo, con quién se casó para establecer un vínculo más fuerte entre el Reino Ostrogodo y el Reino Visigodo, necesario para combatir a los francos.[1]

Asimismo, fue madre del rey Amalarico.

In English:

Teodegonda or Teodegoda was the daughter of Theodoric the Great, King of the Ostrogoths, and wife of Alaric II, King of the Visigoths, with whom her marriage was arranged to establish stronger ties that would reunite the Ostrogoths and Visigoths against the Franks. [1]

She was also the mother of King Amalric .

Referencias

1. ↑ Batallas decisivas de la historia de España (Decisive Battles in the History of Spain), de Juan Carlos Losada, Pág. 45. ISBN:84-03-09432-9

Enlaces externos

Ficha en geni.com http://www.geni.com/people/Theodogotho-daughter-of-Theodoric-the-Great/6000000003649751712

(Hey, wait, that's this page...) -------------------- Theodoric the Great (454 – August 30, 526), known to the Romans as Flavius Theodoricus, was king of the Ostrogoths (471-526),[1] ruler of Italy (493–526), and regent of the Visigoths (511–526). He became a hero of Germanic legend as Þeodric in English legends, Dietrich von Bern in German legends and as Þjóðrekr and Þiðrekr in Norse mythology. -------------------- Theodoric the Great (454 – August 30, 526), known to the Romans as Flavius Theodoricus, was king of the Ostrogoths (471-526),[1] ruler of Italy (493–526), and regent of the Visigoths (511–526). He became a hero of Germanic legend as Þeodric in English legends, Dietrich von Bern in German legends and as Þjóðrekr and Þiðrekr in Norse mythology. -------------------- FUENTES:

-http://gajupi.iespana.es/reinas.htm -------------------- ID: I63381

  • Name: of the East Franks
  • Prefix: Princess
  • Surname: of the East Franks
  • Sex: F

_UID: 68B531B418F6E947B1170D68192CED7F2EF8

  • Change Date: 28 Jun 2004

Birth: ABT 515**

Death: Y

Marriage 1 Elemund of the Gepidae b: ABT 495

  • Married:
  • Children
    • 1. Austricuse Ostrogotha of the Gepidae b: ABT 515**

Forrás / Source:

Note:

  • *One of the data is not correct!

További lehetséges felmenők:

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http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teodegoda

Teodegonda o Teodegoda fue hija del rey ostrogodo Teodorico el Grande, y esposa de Alarico II, rey visigodo, con quién se casó para establecer un vínculo más fuerte entre el Reino Ostrogodo y el Reino Visigodo, necesario para combatir a los francos.[1]

Asimismo, fue madre del rey Amalarico.

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Nacida en Cartagena, de origen bizantino

FUENTE:

-http://www.abcgenealogia.com/Godos00.html#Severiano -------------------- Theodora

b. circa 505

Father Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae1 b. circa 454, d. 30 August 526

Mother Theodora (?) b. circa 480

    Theodora was born circa 505. She was the daughter of Theudericus Magnus, rex Italiae and Theodora (?).1 Theodora married Severinus of Cartagena before 530.1

Family

Severinus of Cartagena b. circa 500

Children

St. Fulgencio of Cartagena d. 6582

St. Florentina of Cartagena d. c 6122

Theodosia of Cartagena+ b. c 530

St. Leander of Seville b. c 534, d. 13 Mar 6002

St. Isidoro of Cartagena b. c 560, d. 4 Apr 6363

Citations

[S235] Paternal Ancestry of H. B. James, online, I Copyright (c) Homer Beers James 1996 - In web form by P. McBride (mailto:e-mail address).

[S1395] Portal Cartagena, online http://www.cartagena-virtual.com/personajes/

[S585] Transcribed by Douglas J. Potter The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII, St. Isidore of Seville -------------------- Died before 562 -------------------- Teodegonda eller Teodegoda var dotter till kung ÖSTGOT -------------------- death 0524, in Coulmiers, near Orléans. Killed by the Merovingian King, Chlodomir along with her husband and children Uncertain mother (could be Audofledis) -------------------- http://gw.geneanet.org/nobily?lang=fr;pz=elisabeth+therese+marie+helene;nz=de+belgique;ocz=0;p=theudicote+teodegonda+amalasunta;n=d+ostrogothie

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Theodogotho's Timeline

473
473
Pannonia (Present Hungary), Roman Empire
494
494
Age 21
Reino de Tolosa, France
502
502
Age 29
524
524
Age 51
Visigoth Kingdom (Present Spain)
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Ostrogothic Italy
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second wife, THeodoric, III, KIng of Goths
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second wife, THeodoric, III, KIng of Goths
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second wife, THeodoric, III, KIng of Goths