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Kriemhild, {Nibelungenlied}

Spanish: Chrimschide, {Nibelungenlied}
Also Known As: "Chrenchildis", "Chrimschide", "Kriemhild", "Kriemhilt", "Kriemhilde", "Gudrun", "Hildico", "Дуло"
Birthplace: Burgundy, France
Death:
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Dancrat, king of the Burgundians {Nibelungenlied} and Uote, {Nibelungenlied}
Wife of Sigfried von Xanten, {Nibelungenlied} and Etzel, king of the Huns {Nibelungenlied}
Mother of Sigmund von Xanten, {Fictitious} and Ortlieb, {Nibelungenlied}
Sister of Gunther, king of the Burgundians {Nibelungenlied}; King Giselher of the Burgundians, {Nibelungenlied} and King Gernot of the Burgundians, {Nibelungenlied}
Half sister of Hagen of Tronje, {Nibelungenlied}

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About Kriemhild, {Nibelungenlied}

Kriemhild is a fictional character based on Gudrun. She is sister to the Burgundian kings Gunther, Gernot, and Giselher. In the Nibelungenlied, the southern version of the story, Kriemhild marries Etzel, a fictional version of Attila the Hun, kills her brothers to get the Nibelung gold back, and is killed in turn by Dietrich von Bern.

Profile picture: A depiction of Brynhildr (1919) by Robert Engels.


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: 392

Married:

Children

Bel-Kermek of the Huns b: ABT 430

Forrás / Source:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jdp-fam&id=I63387


Might be the same as Kriemhilt and Gudrun. Attila's last wife.

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/GEN-MEDIEVAL/2005-03/1111392522


No se sabe si Chrimschilde existio realmente ni si fue esposa de Atila, como tampoco se tienen registros sobre la mayoria de las docenas de esposas a lo largo de la vida de Atila. Es casi seguro que Atila haya tenido no una sino varias hijas con nativas de las tierras al sur del Danubio que empezo a ocupar desde 441. Siendo uno de sus principales aliados (y a su muerte el principal enemigo de los hunos), es muy probable que Adaric, líder de los gépidos, tuviera como esposa a una hija de Atila por via de Chrimschilde o por otra via.