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Segarde (Regarde) der Lombarden (von Alemannien)

Italian: de Spoleto, German: Welfen
Birthplace: Bavaria, Germany
Death: Bavaria, Germany
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Gotfrid, duke of the Alemannians and Wife of Gottfrid of the Alamannians
Wife of Hildeprand, duke of Spoleto
Mother of Adelinde of Spoleto
Sister of Lantfrid I, Duke of the Alemannians; Imma of Alamannia, Abbesse de Nonnberg; Huoching of the Alemannians; Willichaire Herzog von Alemannien; Theutbold II, Duke of the Alemannians and 3 others

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About Regarde of Bavaria

As of 3 Feb 2019, Medlands does not list this person as Gotfrid's daughter.

Regarde von Alemannien

  • Fødselsdato: estimert mellom 656 og 706 Død: (Dato og beliggenhet ukjent) Umiddelbar Familie:
  • Datter av Gottfrid, hertugen av alemannierne og kone av Gottfrid av alamannierne
  • Kone av Hildeprand di Spoleto
  • Administrert av: Ben M. Angel

Om Regarde von Alemannien Ifølge Wikipedia-siden til hennes far, Gotfrid:

Regarde giftet seg med Hildebrand av Spoleto. Ikke mye sies om Regarde. Siden på Hildebrand of Spoleto følger:

Hildeprand was the Duke of Spoleto from 774 to 789.

When Theodicius of Spoleto died fighting at the Siege of Pavia in 774, the Lombards of the Duchy of Spoleto elected Hildeprand their duke and quickly submitted to the Franks. Hildeprand fled to Rome before the Frankish host and did homage to Pope Hadrian I. However, the dispute between Charlemagne and Hadrian as to who had the proper suzerainty over Spoleto was solved in the Frank's favour over the next few years. In January 776, Hildeprandus gloriosus et summus dux ducatus Spoletani made a donation to the Abbey of Farfa dating it to the year of Charles' reign. This form was continued in 777 with language implicitly excluding papal suzerainty.[1]

In 775, Hadrian alleged that Hildeprand had joined a conspiracy of Hrodgaud of Friuli and Arechis II of Benevento, but there is no evidence of Hildeprand's involvement. Hildeprand remained a staunch opponent of the papacy thereafter.

In 779, Hildeprand travelled to Virciniacum, probably near Compiègne, to profess fealty to Charlemagne. He brought with him gifts and left with promises that the king would protect his interests from those of the pope.

In 788, Hildeprand joined Frankish and Lombard troops in resisting a Byzantine invasion. He died the next year and was succeeded by a royal appointee: a Frank, named Winiges.

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Regarde of Bavaria's Timeline

Bavaria, Germany
Argenburg (?), Preußen (Prussia, now ), North Rhine Westphalia, Germany
Bavaria, Germany
Bavaria, Germany