Bodegisel II, duke of Aquitaine - duplicate

Started by Kathleen Ann Landis Delp on Tuesday, January 1, 2019
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1/1/2019 at 5:53 PM

Arnoul/Arnulf Bishop of Metz
If wiki can be believed it states that Arnulf's father was Bodegisel
is this him? duplicated?
Bodegisel II, duke of Aquitaine
Bodegisel II, Duke of Aquitaine
shows him as father of Arnulf Bishop of Metz
Either way there are 2 Bodeqisel's
J. Depoin observed that Arnulf was identified as a Frank in contemporary documents, whereas Arnoald was identified by Paul the Deacon as a Roman.[2] Based on the Vita Gundolphi Arnulf's father was Bodegisel, a Frankish noble. David Humiston Kelley then proposed that Arnoald was likely an ancestor of the Carolingians through a daughter Itta, wife of Pepin of Landen. Christian Settipani carefully revisited and expanded upon the work of Depoin and Kelley, and concurred in Arnulf's descent from Bodegisel instead of Arnoald, but noting that there was a connection between the Ripuarian Frankish royal house and the Carolingians. He argued (without dismissing the possibility of Itta's being Arnoald's daughter) that there was a connection through Arnulf's wife Doda, who he posited as a daughter of Arnoald. Kelly then considered probable Settipani's proposed connection between the Carolingians and Arnoald.

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5/7/2020 at 4:42 PM

I’ve been looking into this over the last couple of hours.
It appears to me as this is the same Bodegisiel.

Check out this conversation and pay close attention to the fifth comment down by Judith (Judy) A

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5/7/2020 at 6:34 PM

I didn’t read far enough. It sounds like it’s probable but not proven. I’ve contacted somebody to go take a look at it. I found about four or five other duplicate profiles that are far less complete than that one

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