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Kriemhild, Queen of the Huns (Fictitious Person) MP (c.410 - d.)

ID: I63387 Name: Kriemhilt Given Name: Kriemhilt Sex: F _UID: 0F68E32ABC566044BF4A1CF997755FF7BA2D Change Date: 28 Jun 2004 Birth: ABT 410 Death: Y Marriage 1 ATTILA @ OF THE HUNS b: 39...

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Magog (Irish version) MP (deceased)

This is Magog, legendary ancestor of the Irish kings. For the Biblical Magog, see Magog . According to the Bible, one of Noah's grandsons was Magog / מגוג ( Genesis 10:2 ;...

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Caesair Cruthach (Fictitious) MP (c.-653 - c.-633)

She is a fictional character from legendary Irish genealogy. Sources Caesair Cruthach, Princess of the West Franks

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Caesar Cruithach (Fictitious) MP (c.630 - d.)

The father of Caesair (or Caesar) Cruithach is often called Caesar Cruithach as a convenient shorthand, although the sources that name her say only that her father was a king of the Gauls. Some unsou...

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Flandrine (Fictitious) MP (c.750 - d.)

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Juliana de Chelles (Fictitious) MP (c.750 - 792)

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Fale Olofsson Bure, {FICT} (1415 - 1460)

En førståndig och tapper riddare, høvidsman før folket i Konung Albrekts tid. Bodde i Bure, gift och fick många barn. Underlagsman i Westerbotten Lefde omkring 1397...

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Oriuna (Fictitious) MP (deceased)

--------------------------------------- Chapter Four, "The British Emperors", records the fortunes of the British Emperors, from Carausius [Carawn "Wledic" of ancient Welsh annals], called variousl...

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Gommeri Yngvarsson, Fictional (c.844 - c.911)

No reliable sources exists for this person.

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Ragnar "Lodbrok" Sigurdsson MP (c.765 - 845)

Ragnar Lodbrok is a fictional person made up of 2-5 different persons in the different stories that talks about him. For more information (Some in English some in Norwegian): (English) (Norwegian writt...

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Melusine (Fictional) MP (c.734 - d.)

A count of Anjou came back with a new wife, a strange girl of extraordinary beauty who kept very much to herself. Unusually in so religious an age she was reluctant to attend the Mass. When she did go ...

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Baldwin de Vere (Fictional) MP (deceased)

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Amelius de Vere (Fictional) MP (deceased)

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Raymond de Vere, count of Anjou (Fictional) MP (c.730 - d.)

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Ygerna del Acqs (Fictional) MP (c.544 - d.)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ID: I2797 Name: Ygerne del Acqs Sex: F Change Date: 6 JAN 2003 at 07:01:38 Marriage 1 Aedan mac Gabran King of...

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Eliezer (Fictional) MP (deceased)

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Frotmund (Fictional) MP (b. - 400)

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Saracint (Fictional) MP (deceased)

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Ingelram of Flanders (Fictitious) MP (c.780 - c.825)

The existence of Ingelram is unknown and, if he did exist, his origin uncertain. He was the mythical father of Otger of Flanders Recommended reading: Graven van Vlaanderen, Edward De Maesschalck, 201...

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Nactabaeus, Pharaoh of Egypt (Fictional) MP (deceased)

He is named only in Irish legend a thousand years after his supposed life as the Pharaoh of the Exodus. Some modern genealogists have speculated that Nactabaeus might have been Necho I or Necho II . ...

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Cingeris, Pharaoh of Egypt (Fictional) MP (deceased)

He is named only in Irish legend a thousand years after his supposed life as the Pharaoh of the Exodus.

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Duke Wambert de Moselle MP (c.485 - 528)

To my knowledge Wambert is not mentioned in any of the most reliable historical sources. He is mentioned by William Herbert whose transcribed work is available in part at . The original work is: Willia...

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Frodi "the Valiant / frøkne" Fridleifsson, king of Denmark MP (479 - c.548)

Frodi "the Valiant" Fridleifsson, legendary king of Denmark. Fourth of that name according to the layout in "Hversum Noreg Byggdist". Basics Father: Fridleif III Mother: Unknown Wife: Unknown...

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Přemysl the Ploughman (Fictional) (c.694 - 745)

Přemysl, the Ploughman , (also spelled Premysl or Przemysl [nb 1]; in Czech Přemysl Oráč , Czech pronunciation: [ˈpr̝̊ɛmɪsl̩ ,...

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Nezamysl, Bohemian prince (Fictional) (c.700 - 783)

Nezamysl was the first of the seven Bohemian mythical princes between the (also mythical) founder of the Přemyslid dynasty Přemysl the Ploughman and the first historical prince Boř...

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Mnata, Bohemian prince (Fictional) (716 - 804)

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Vojen, Bohemian prince (Fictional) (c.733 - 820)

Vojen From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Vojen was the third of the seven Bohemian mythical princes between the (also mythical) founder of the Přemyslid dyna...

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Vnislav, Bohemian prince (Fictional) (c.758 - 833)

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Křesomysl, Bohemian prince (Fictional) (c.780 - 851)

Kresomysl Duke of Bohemia Born : Abt. 780 Praha, Czechoslovakia Died : 851 Age : 71 Father Unislav Duke of Bohemia Mother Unislav Duchess of Bohemia Marriage ? Children Abt. 800 -&...

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Neklan, Prince of Bohemia (c.800 - 873)

Neklan Duke of Bohemia Born : Abt. 795, 800 or 820 Praha, Czechoslovakia Died : 873 Age : 73 Father Kresomysl Duke of Bohemia Mother Marriage - Ponislava Duchess of Bohemia ...

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Hostivít, Bohemian prince (Fictional) (c.820 - 870)

Hostivít was the last of the seven Bohemian mythical princes between the (also mythical) founder of the Přemyslid dynasty Přemysl the Ploughman and the first historical prince Bo&#...

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Frotmundus (Fictional) MP (c.795 - c.850)

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Frotharius (Fictional) MP (c.780 - c.875)

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Adelrad (Fictional) MP (c.810 - c.900)

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Frotbald (Fictional) MP (deceased)

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Alirad (Fictional) MP (c.870 - c.950)

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Frotmundus (Fictional) MP (c.915 - 985)

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Fretaldus (Fictional) MP (c.937 - 1008)

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Frotmundus Vetules (Fictional) MP (c.960 - c.1052)

Frotmaldus? Frontmaldus? states that this line (father of Alan, crusader, dapifer of Dol) is mythological.

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Fratmaldus "the Seneschal" (Fictional) MP (c.990 - 1052)

J.H. Round: Studies in Peerage and Family History I am very grateful to Mary Kifissia (née Stewart), who has transcribed most of J. Horace Round's paper on "The Origin of the Stewarts", from "...

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Umnguni MP (deceased)

A long time ago, from a place in the Luhlangeni mountains near the lost river Dadasi a Chief known only as Umnguni from the name of his people decided to emigrate South across the Ukhahlamba (Drakensbu...

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umXhosa kaUmnguni MP (deceased)

A long time ago, from a place in the Luhlangeni mountains near the lost river Dadasi a Chief known only as Umnguni from the name of his people decided to emigrate South across the Ukhahlamba (Drakensbu...

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Sceaf . MP (deceased)

Wikipedia: Sceafa A regular feature of old pedigrees recorded by monks was an attempt to link them with the genealogies of the Scriptures. In an Anglo-Saxon pedigree of great length -- that of the ki...

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Tamar Tephi, Queen of Ireland (Fictional) MP (c.-610 - d.)

Tamar Tephi. She is said to have been a daughter of Zedekiah , King of Judah, but she is fictitious. Her descent from the kings of Judah is a 19th century fraud. According to the colorful story, she ...

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Teia Tephi (Fictional) MP (deceased)

Tiea Tephi. She is said to have been a daughter of Zedekiah , King of Judah, but she is fictitious. Her descent from the kings of Judah is a 19th century fraud. According to the colorful story, she a...

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Galoes (Fictional) MP (deceased)

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Girard, seigneur de Roussillon (c.560 - d.)

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Princess Ermengaert (mythical) (c.600 - d.)

According to a very popular legend, in the year 620, the prince of Dijon, Salvaert, made his way to the Kingdom of England with his pregnant wife, Ermengaert . While traveling through Flanders, they fe...

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Salvert of Dijon (c.580 - c.620)

According to a very popular legend, in the year 620, the prince of Dijon, Salvaert , made his way to the Kingdom of England with his pregnant wife, Ermengaert. While traveling through Flanders, they fe...

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Lydéric, 1st Forrester of Harlebec (Fictional) MP (c.622 - 676)

According to a very popular legend, in the year 620, the prince of Dijon, Salvaert, made his way to the Kingdom of England with his pregnant wife, Ermengaert. While traveling through Flanders, they fel...

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Clotharia Merovech (deceased)

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Burchard van Harlebeke MP (640 - 690)

Sources Annales de Flandre de P. d'Oudegherst: enrichies de notes ..., Volume 1 By Pierre d' Oudegherst Rootsweb Ancestry.com --------------------Became the first Lord of Harlbec. Wife unknown, B? ...

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Héloïdis de Lorraine MP (c.690 - d.)

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Estorede MP (c.660 - 709)

2nd Lord of Harlbec. Became Prince of Lorraine. Wife unknown. Son was named Lideric. Sources Annales de Flandre de P. d'Oudegherst: enrichies de notes ..., Volume 1 By Pierre d' Oudegherst

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Helwig von Metz MP (c.630 - d.)

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Lydéric II of Flanders (Fictitious) MP (c.700 - 734)

Sources Annales de Flandre de P. d'Oudegherst: enrichies de notes ..., Volume 1 By Pierre d' Oudegherst Rootsweb Ancestry.com

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Lydéric III of Flanders (Fictitious) MP (c.725 - 776)

Sources Annales de Flandre de P. d'Oudegherst: enrichies de notes ..., Volume 1 By Pierre d' Oudegherst Rootsweb Ancestry.com

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Lydéric IV (Fictitious) MP (750 - 808)

Sources Annales de Flandre de P. d'Oudegherst: enrichies de notes ..., Volume 1 By Pierre d' Oudegherst Rootsweb Ancestry.com

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Lydéric V of Flanders (Fictitious) MP (c.750 - c.800)

The existence of Liederik is unknown and, if he did exist, his origin uncertain. Recommended reading: Graven van Vlaanderen, Edward De Maesschalck, 2012 (only in Dutch) Other source: Medlands

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Anseline de Steenland, wife of Odoacer MP (820 - 860)

Different names: Anceline, Ermentrude, Ida,

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Radbart of Gardarige MP (638 - 690)

Basics ==* Parents: Unknown** Undocumented, common claim: Father is Skira Ingvarsson* Wife: Aud the deepminded**Son: RandverSources:* Hyndaljod * Sogubrot ("fragments of a saga")== Synopsis ==Rá...

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Hildis of the Vandals MP (c.529 - c.572)

Hildis Princess of Vandals (-572) Generations of genealogists have accepted Hildis as a daughter of Hilderic, King of the Vandals in Africa. She has been seen, therefore, as a gateway ancestor to the...

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Rothaïde de Bobbio (Fictitious Person) MP (c.820 - 858)

The name of Pépin's wife is unknown, but has been named in many recent, online sources as Rothaïde de Bobbio . Her name and identity might have become confused with her supposed ancestor ...

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Jean de Conteville, comte de Commines MP (c.969 - c.1067)

Jean of Conteville is a fictional person created to be the father of Harlowen/Herluin, viscount of Conteville . He was supposedly a son of Boudewijn III of Flanders and Mathilde of Saxony .

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Dragon d'Angou (Fictional Person) MP (deceased)

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Vere, King of Anjou (Fictional) MP (c.700 - d.)

Also known as Vere King of Anjou.

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Nicasius I de Vere de Guînes (Fictional) MP (c.825 - 880)

Fictional Genealogy Nicasius' father was Milo de Vere and his mother was Avelina de Nantes. His paternal grandparents were Milo Duc d' Angiers and Bertbelle Martel; his maternal grandparents were Lam...

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Otho / Eudes de Vere, count of Guînes (Fictional) MP (c.860 - d.)

Fictional Genealogy Otto's father was Nicasius de Vere and his mother was Agatha de Champaigne. His paternal grandparents were Milo de Vere and Avelina de Nantes. He was an only child.

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Aurelius, count of Guînes (Fictional) MP (c.895 - 1003)

Fictional Genealogy Aurelius' father was Otto de Vere and his mother was Constance de Monthlhery. His paternal grandparents were Nicasius de Vere and Agatha de Champaigne. He was an only child. 1

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Gallus de Vere, count of Guînes (Fictional) MP (c.930 - 1021)

Fictional Genealogy--------------------Gallus was born about 0930.1 Gallus' father was Aurelius de Vere and his mother was Helen de Blois. His paternal grandparents were Otto de Vere and Constance de M...

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Manassès de Vere, count of Guînes (Fictional) MP (c.965 - 1039)

He is the fictional version of Manassès de Guînes .

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Diana de Trèves MP (c.170 - 220)

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Milòn II de Vere, count of Guînes (Fictional) MP (c.790 - d.)

Milo was born in 0790 in Vermandois, Manche, Normandy.1 Milo's father was Milo Duc d' Angiers and his mother was Bertbelle Martel. His maternal grandparents were Duke Pepin (The Short) France III and B...

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Bertbelle (Fictional) MP (c.750 - d.)

She is said to have been daughter of Pepin "the Short" and Berthe (Bertrade) de Laon .

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Milòn de Vere, duke of Angiers (Fictional) MP (c.735 - c.795)

Page 450 'The Royal Genealogies' The Rev. Dr. James Anderson, D.D., M.A : Milo I de Vere was Count of Anjou, The information is not supported by any contemporary sources and is thought to be an inventi...

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Piers de Vermandois (Fictitious) MP (c.1030 - c.1080)

This generation appears to have been invented in order to provide a genealogical link from Herbert of Winchester to the Counts of Vermandois. -------------------- "surnommé Siger ou Sohier (...

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Dôn verch Mathonwy MP (c.-100 - -81)

According to Harleian MS 3958, Beli Mawr was husband to Anna (who may be a confabulation of Dôn), a "near kinswoman of the Virgin Mary." A medieval tradition identifies her as a sister (or daugh...

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Seignior Gherardini, 1st Seignior of Florence MP (c.870 - 950)

The Gherardini family were one of the seigniorial families that fell when the Republic of Florence was founded. ------------------------- PROBABLY CORRECT: The genealogy to a Gheradini family origi...

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Mathias Gherardini, Baron of Gherardini MP (c.900 - c.968)

'BIOGRAPHY: From Bartlett's Quotations: Cosmus, Duke of Florence, was wont to say of perfidious friends " We read that we ought to forgive our enemies; but we do not read that we ought to forgive our f...

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Otterus Gherardini, Baron of Gherardini MP (934 - 996)

PROBABLY CORRECT: The genealogy to a Gheradini family origin is very likely true. English kings did indeed recruit many continental knights and warriors for the conquest of Ireland, who were given nobl...

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Gherardo Gherardini, Lord of Tuscan, Baron of Gherardini MP (986 - 1075)

A very detailed study of this family: ___________________________________________________________________________________ PROBABLY CORRECT: The genealogy to a Gheradini family origin is very likely...

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Gwaldus verch Rhiwallen MP (c.1014 - 1097)

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Aldenne de Vermandois MP (c.795 - d.)

Aldenne is a legendary figure, not appearing in any known contemporary records. She should not be considered historical. She is thought to have been the daughter of Geoffroy, seigneur of Vermandois.

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Murcia MP (c.765 - d.)

Murcia is a legendary figure, not appearing in any known contemporary records. She should not be considered historical. She is named in the Gesta Consulum Andegavorum and the Historia Comitum Andegavor...

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Lucius Torquatus MP (c.760 - c.820)

Lucius Torquatus is a legendary figure, not appearing in any known contemporary records. He should not be considered historical. He is named in the Gesta Consulum Andegavorum and the Historia Comitum A...

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Torquatius or Tortulfus (Tortulfe) de Rennes MP (800 - c.853)

Torquat , who may also have been known as Tortlfe or Torquatius/Tortulfus , is a legendary figure, not appearing in any known contemporary records. He should not be considered historical. He is named i...

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Tertullus de Gâtinais, Sénéchal of Anjou MP (c.823 - 870)

Tertulf or Tertullus is a legendary figure, not appearing in any known contemporary records. He should not be considered historical. The Gesta Consulum Andegavorum says "Torquatus sive Tortulfus genuit...

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Genuissa, Queen of Siluria MP (c.15 - d.)

Venissa ( Genissa , Genvissa , Genuissa ), according to Geoffrey of Monmouth's 12th century Historia Regum Britanniae , was a daughter of the Roman Emperor Claudius , whom he gave in marriage to the Br...

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Siegbert V, count of Razès MP (c.695 - c.765)

igisbert married Unnamed first wife. Sigisbert also married BINT UTHMAN Heiress of Urgel & Cerdanya, daughter of Uthman IBN ABU-MUSA Emir of Cordoba and Lamparde D' AQUITAINE, before 759. (BINT UTH...

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Giselle de Razès (Fictional) MP (c.653 - c.676)

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Giselle de Razès (Fictional) MP (deceased)

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Merwig I, King of the Thüringians (Fictitious Person) MP (c.329 - 426)

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Weldelphus, King of the Thüringians (Fictitious Person) MP (c.360 - c.408)

Ben M. Angel notes: To save others from further embarrassment: However, Justin Swanström cautions: The ethnogenesis of the Turingi has been studied for a generation and is relatively well un...

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Herbastus de Crépon (Fictitious) MP (c.945 - 987)

A fictitious person. See Todd A. Farmerie, Robert de Torigny and the family of Gunnor, Duchess of Normandy (Dec. 1996). Herbastus (Herfast) "the Dane" Parents: Ranulf and his wife Wife: (Joscelin...

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Fleance, Thane of Lochaber MP (1020 - 1045)

wikipedia : Fleance and his father Banquo are both fictional characters presented as historical fact by Hector Boece, whose Scotorum Historiae (1526–27) was a source for Raphael Holinshed's Chro...

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Banquo MP (c.990 - 1043)

Wikipedia : Shakespeare often used Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland—commonly known as Holinshed's Chronicles—as a source for his plays, and in Macbeth he b...

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Pythia The Delphi Oracle - Sybil MP (deceased)

Pythia the Delphi Oracle , was the priestess at the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, located on the slopes of Mount Parnassus. The Pythia was widely credited for her prophecies inspired by Apollo, giving he...

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Bertha de Morvois (Fictitious) MP (c.850 - 923)

Bertha de Morvois (abt. 866 - June 15, 923), probably a fictitious person. Her existence is uncertain. The wife of Héribert de Vermandois is unknown. She is listed as Bertha, daughter of Guerr...

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Anna De La Haye (915 - d.)

Anna De La Haye Nació: 915 Fallecida Información Eventos Línea del Tiempo Familia Inmediata Su esposo Herbastus De Crepon Su hija Gonner Richard (born De Crepon) ...

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