Crispina de Normandy, [Fictitious Person]

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Crispina de Normandy, [Fictitious Person]

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Birthplace: Rouen, Seine Inferieure, Normandy, France
Death: July 19, 1002 (99-108)
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Wife of Grimaldus d'Antibes, Prince of Monaco [Fictitious Person]
Mother of Guido Grimaldus, Prince of Monaco [Fictitous person] and Giballinus Grimaldus, a warrior [Fictitious person]

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About Crispina de Normandy, [Fictitious Person]

Crispina is a fictitious person said to have been daughter of Rolf the Granger. 19th Century attempts to identity additional children for him, such as Crispina, a proposed mother of Crispin de Bec, by Grimaldus, Prince of Monaco, are without any known foundation.

Crispin de Bec is often said to have been the son of fictitious Grimaldus, prince of Monaco and his fictitious wife Crispina.

"The Crispin/Grimaldi genealogy was composed in 1646 by Charles de Venasque-Ferriol, secretary of Honore II, Prince of Monaco. He was assisted by Jean Le Laboureur, the historian; Renee du Bec-Crispin, and her husband, Jean Baptiste de Budes, comte de Guebriant. Their composition bore the title of Historica Et Genelogica Grimalda Gentis Arbor.

"The powerfiul families who composed the Historica had a desire to obtain a Carolingian descent. Charles III, Prince of Monaco [1856-89], branding this pedigree as untrue - there was no Prince of Monaco until the 13th. Century - gave an order to his successive archivists, Cais de Pierlas, Saige, and Labande, to write a correct one, founded on authentic documents, and not falsified as this one. The only relationship between the Crispins of Normandy and the family of Grimaldi is that they both had the same armorial bearings, both of whom bore fusily argent and gules, but, with so simple a coat, no great importance can be attached to it."

Cripina, Crespina, Christiana


Born: abt 920 in Rouen, Seine Inferieure, Normandy, France