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Wacchon, re dei Longobardi

Nicknames: "Wacchon", "Wacho", "Waccho", "Wacchon Lenthingi"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Pannonia, Hungary
Death: Died in Lombardy, Italy
Immediate Family:

Son of Zucchilon, King of the Lombards and Theodogotho
Husband of Austrigusa of the Gepids; Waldrada de Gascogne; Radegund of the Thuringians and Silinga der Herulen
Father of Wisigarda of the Lombards; Waldrada of the Lombards and Waltari, King of the Lombards
Brother of N.N., King of the Lombards and Pitzias dei Longobardi

Occupation: King of the Lombards 510-540, Koning
Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes
Last Updated:

About Wacchon, re dei Longobardi

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/HUNGARY.htm#Wachodied540

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http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wacho

Wacho was hoofdman (koning) van de Langobarden van 510 tot 540. Hij benoemde zichzelf tot koning, nadat hij zijn oom Tato in 510 had vermoord. Van Wacho is bekend dat hij door middel van huwelijken goede relaties opbouwde met andere Germaanse koninkrijken.

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Wacho or Waccho (probably Waldchis) was king of the Lombards before they entered Italy from an unknown date (perhaps circa 510) until his death in 539. His father was Unichis. Wacho usurped the throne by assassinating (or having assassinated) his uncle, King Tato (again, probably around 510). Tato's son Ildchis fought with him and fled to the Gepids where he died. Wacho had good relations with the Franks.

Wacho married three times. His first marriage was to Radigunde, daughter of Bisinus, King of the Thuringi. His second marriage was to Austrigusa, a Gepid possibly named after her maternal descent from Ostrogothic rulers. Austrigusa was the mother of two daughters: Wisigarda (who married Theudebert I of Austrasia) and Waldrada (who married firstly Theudebald of Austrasia, secondly Chlothar I, King of the Franks, and thirdly Garibald I of Bavaria). Wacho's third marriage was to Silinga, a Heruli-mother of Waltari.

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

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ID: I5494Wa39a

Name: Waccho Lombards,king-of-the

Given Name: Waccho

Surname: Lombards,king-of-the

Sex: M

Death: 0539A

Note:

VERSIONS OF HIS NAME:

- Waccho [Wagner1975]

- Wacho|Waccho|Waldchis [wWikipedia]

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TITLES:

- king of the Lombards

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SOURCES:

- wWikipedia "Bisinus"; "Wacho"

- Wagner1975

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PKD RUO-5494Wa39a 2008Oc18

Copyright (c) 2009 Paul K Davis [paulkdavis@earthlink.net] Fremont CA

Father: Unichis Lombards,of-the

Marriage 1 Radegund Thuringia,of

Marriage 2 Austrigusa Gepidae,of-the

Children

Wisigarda -
Waldrada Lombards,of-the b: 0529A

Marriage 3 Silinga Heruli,a

Children

Waltari Lombards,of-the

Forrás / Source:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=pkd&id=I5494Wa39a

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Wacho or Waccho (probably Waldchis) was king of the Lombards before they entered Italy from an unknown date (perhaps circa 510) until his death in 539. His father was Unichis. Wacho usurped the throne by assassinating (or having assassinated) his uncle, King Tato (again, probably around 510). Tato's son Ildchis fought with him and fled to the Gepids where he died. Wacho had good relations with the Franks.

Wacho married three times. His first marriage was to Radegund, daughter of Bisinus, King of the Thuringi. His second marriage was to Austrigusa, a Gepid possibly named after her maternal descent from Ostrogothic rulers. Austrigusa was the mother of two daughters: Wisigarda (who married Theudebert I of Austrasia) and Waldrada (who married firstly Theudebald of Austrasia, secondly Chlothar I, King of the Franks, and thirdly Garibald I of Bavaria). Wacho's third marriage was to Silinga, a Heruli-mother of Waltari.

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

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

Wacho or Waccho was king of the Lombards before they entered Italy from an unknown date (perhaps circa 510) until his death in 539. He usurped the throne by assassinating (or having assassinated) his uncle, King Tato (again, probably around 510). His cousins (sons and grandsons of Tato), who fled to the Gepids, tried to drive him out of power, but failed. Wacho had good relations with the Franks and Bavarians and married off his daughter, Waldrada, to a Bavarian prince. Their granddaughter was Theodelinda, later queen of the Lombards. He himself was married to a Gepid princess, Austricuse, called "Ostrogotha" (perhaps due to her maternal descent from Ostrogothic rulers).

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Wacho or Waccho (probably Waldchis) was king of the Lombards before they entered Italy from an unknown date (perhaps circa 510) until his death in 539. His father was Unichis. Wacho usurped the throne by assassinating (or having assassinated) his uncle, King Tato (again, probably around 510). Tato's son Ildchis fought with him and fled to the Gepids where he died. Wacho had good relations with the Franks.

Wacho married three times. His first marriage was to Radegund, daughter of Bisinus, King of the Thuringi. His second marriage was to Austrigusa, a Gepid possibly named after her maternal descent from Ostrogothic rulers. Austrigusa was the mother of two daughters: Wisigarda (who married Theudebert I of Austrasia) and Waldrada (who married firstly Theudebald of Austrasia, secondly Chlothar I, King of the Franks, and thirdly Garibald I of Bavaria). Wacho's third marriage was to Silinga, a Heruli-mother of Waltari.

A modern descendant is Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.

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Wikipedia Entry on Wacho (Retrieved 1-22-2009) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wacho

Wacho

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wacho or Waccho (probably Waldchis) was king of the Lombards before they entered Italy from an unknown date (perhaps circa 510) until his death in 539. His father was Unichis. Wacho usurped the throne by assassinating (or having assassinated) his uncle, King Tato (again, probably around 510). Tato's son Ildchis fought with him and fled to the Gepids where he died.[1] Wacho had good relations with the Franks.

Wacho married three times. His first marriage was to Radigunde, daughter of Bisinus, King of the Thuringi. His second marriage was to Austrigusa, a Gepid possibly named after her maternal descent from Ostrogothic rulers. Austrigusa was the mother of two daughters: Wisigarda (who married Theudebert I of Austrasia) and Waldrada (who married firstly Theudebald of Austrasia, secondly Chlothar I, King of the Franks, and thirdly Garibald I of Bavaria). Wacho's third marriage was to Silinga, a Heruli-mother of Waltari.

A modern descendant are Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.

Notes

  1. ^ Origo Gentis Langobardorum

References

   * Origo Gentis Langobardorum

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Wacho or Waccho (probably Waldchis) was king of the Lombards before they entered Italy from an unknown date (perhaps circa 510) until his death in 539. His father was Unichis. Wacho usurped the throne by assassinating (or having assassinated) his uncle, King Tato (again, probably around 510). Tato's son Ildchis fought with him and fled to the Gepids where he died.[1] Wacho had good relations with the Franks.

Wacho married three times. His first marriage was to Radegund, daughter of Bisinus, King of the Thuringi. His second marriage was to Austrigusa, a Gepid possibly named after her maternal descent from Ostrogothic rulers. Austrigusa was the mother of two daughters: Wisigarda (who married Theudebert I of Austrasia) and Waldrada (who married firstly Theudebald of Austrasia, secondly Chlothar I, King of the Franks, and thirdly Garibald I of Bavaria). Wacho's third marriage was to Silinga, a Heruli-mother of Waltari.

A modern descendant is Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.

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Wacho or Waccho (probably Waldchis) was king of the Lombards before they entered Italy from an unknown date (perhaps circa 510) until his death in 539.

His father was Unichis.

Wacho usurped the throne by assassinating (or having assassinated) his uncle, King Tato (again, probably around 510). Tato's son Ildchis fought with him and fled to the Gepids where he died.[1] Wacho had good relations with the Franks.

Wacho married three times. His first marriage was to Radegund, daughter of Bisinus, King of the Thuringi. His second marriage was to Austrigusa, a Gepid possibly named after her maternal descent from Ostrogothic rulers. Austrigusa was the mother of two daughters: Wisigarda (who married Theudebert I of Austrasia) and Waldrada (who married firstly Theudebald of Austrasia, secondly Chlothar I, King of the Franks, and thirdly Garibald I of Bavaria). Wacho's third marriage was to Silinga, a Heruli-mother of Waltari.

A modern descendant is Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.

-------------------- Roi des Lombards -------------------- Suffix : Kung över langobarderna -------------------- Wacho (Även Waccho) Var DUX ( Duke ) av Langobarderna av 510 till 540

Wacho var son till Unichis från huset LithingiHans mor är okänd.

Wacho var med vid första äktenskap Radegund, (Även Raicunda , Ranicunda ) , dotter till Thüringer kung Fisud (Även Bisinus ), gift .

Detta äktenskap var barnlöst

Hans andra hustru var med Austrigusa (även Austrigosa ) , ett dotterbolag till Gepid Turisind gift. Denna anslutning kom från döttrarna Wisigard och Waldrada (Även Vuldetrada ) , var båda gifta med frankiska kungar.

Från hans tredje äktenskap med Silinga , ett dotterbolag till Herulerkönigs Rudolf Han hade en son Walthari, som blev hans efterträdare.

Livet

Om sin barndom och ungdom är inte känd.

Under år 510 Wacho mördat sin föregångare och farbror Tato. Hans son var tvungen att fly till Ildichis Gepids och dog där i exil.Därefter utsätts han suavi, I mitten Donau kolonisera Suebi eller en ospecificerad grupp människor vid floden Spara.

Hans styre ytterligare fastställts av äktenskapet politiken. Uppdraget , som Frank King Theoderik I. till 531 mellan hans son Theodebert I. och dotter Wacho Wisigard arrangerade serveras till neutralitet langobarderna i kampen för Konungariket Thüringen att garantera att frankerna efter döden Theoderik den store († 526) inspelningar. Giftermålet ägde rum endast på 537/538

Det engagemang från 540 mellan Theodebert son Theudebald och en andra dotter Wacho , Vuldetrada eller Waldrada tjänade också syftet[5]att säkra alliansen mellan frankerna och langobarderna - kontrakten träff så höga vågor som du alert även i Bysans till politik Theodebert .

Som Wacho dog 540 , var hans son Walthari fortfarande en liten , så Audoin Gause tog över från House of The Regency .

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? Source - http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/p292.htm#i8174