Bertachar, co-King of the Thüringians

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Bertachar, König der Thüringer

Also Known As: "Bertachar", "Berthachar", "Berthaire", "Berthar"
Birthdate: (60)
Birthplace: Thuringia, Germany
Death: circa 530 (52-68)
Thuringia, Germany
Immediate Family:

Son of Basinus II, king of the Thüringians and Ménia, a Lombard
Husband of NN
Father of Saint Radegund of Thuringia; Générations manquantes de Thüringe and Gondebaud, Duke of the Thüringians
Brother of Baderich, king of the Thüringians; Radegund of the Thuringians and Hermanfried, king of the Thüringians

Occupation: Co-King of Thüringia before 480-before 529, Fonctionnaire de Dijon
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About Bertachar, co-King of the Thüringians

Berthar or Bertachar was a son of Bisinus and Basina. He and his brothers Hermanfrid and Baderic succeeded their father Bisinus to the rule over the Thuringii. Berthar, however, was soon defeated by Hermanfrid in battle.

Berthar had one daughter, Radegund (later canonised), who married the Frankish king Clotaire I.

Berthacharius was samen met zijn broers Baderik en Herminafried koning van de Thüringers. Hij leefde ongeveer tussen 500 en 550 na Christus. Hij was de zoon van de Thüringse koning Bisinus.

Zijn zus Radegund was getrouwd met Wacho, koning van de Langobarden.

(Bertachar) VON THÜRINGEN co-king of the Thuringii was killed in battle by his brother Hermanfrid

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