Richemir, duke of the Burgundians & Franconians

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Duke of the Burgundians and Franconians Richemer d'Orleans

Also Known As: "Richomir of /Burgundy/", "Duke of Franconia", "Of Franconia /Richemeres/", "Richemeres"
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Birthplace: Duchy of Burgundy, Kingdom of the Franks [Burgundy, France]
Death: Died in Franconia, Kingdom of the Franks [Lower, Middle, and Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany]
Immediate Family:

Son of Betton, count of Orléans and Austregilde d'Aïga d'Orléans
Husband of Saint Gertrude, abbess of Hamage
Father of Gerberge of Burgundy & Franconia; Haldetrude / Adaltrudis; Regintrude of the Burgundians and Adalbald I, comte d'Artois

Occupation: Patrician of the Burgundians, Duke in Burgundy & Franconia, Duke of Franconia, Patrice, de Burgondie, 607, RICHEMERES, aka Richemeres (Ricomere Richomer) (Duke) von FRANCONIA; aka Ricomer (Duke) of the BURGUNDIANS; aka Richimer (Lord) in FRANCIA
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Richemir, Duke of the Burgundians & Franconians. He was Patrician of the Burgundians, and Duke in Franconia and Burgundy. Said on unknown authority to have been a son of Betton d'Orléans, who was also duke in Franconia and Burgundy, and his wife Austregild.

The Burgundians were conquered by the Franks in 534. The Franks also recovered Provence from the Ostrogoths and re-attached it to Burgundy in 536. The Merovingian kings of the Franks kept Burgundy as a distinct entity under their personal rule.


Died after 605


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Richemir, Duke of the Burgundians & Franconians. He was Patrician of the Burgundians, and Duke in Franconia and Burgundy. The Burgundians were conquered by the Franks in 534. The Franks also recovered Provence from the Ostrogoths and re-attached it to Burgundy in 536. The Merovingian kings of the Franks kept Burgundy as a distinct entity under their personal rule.
Richemir, Duke of the Burgundians & Franconians. He was Patrician of the Burgundians, and Duke in Franconia and Burgundy. Said on unknown authority to have been a son of Betton d'Orléans, who was also duke in Franconia and Burgundy, and his wife Austregild.

The Burgundians were conquered by the Franks in 534. The Franks also recovered Provence from the Ostrogoths and re-attached it to Burgundy in 536. The Merovingian kings of the Franks kept Burgundy as a distinct entity under their personal rule.


Died after 605


http://familytrees.genopro.com/Azrael/ind02628.htm -------------------- Richemir, Duke of the Burgundians & Franconians. He was Patrician of the Burgundians, and Duke in Franconia and Burgundy. The Burgundians were conquered by the Franks in 534. The Franks also recovered Provence from the Ostrogoths and re-attached it to Burgundy in 536. The Merovingian kings of the Franks kept Burgundy as a distinct entity under their personal rule.


Richemir, Duke of the Burgundians & Franconians. He was Patrician of the Burgundians, and Duke in Franconia and Burgundy. Said on unknown authority to have been a son of Betton d'Orléans, who was also duke in Franconia and Burgundy, and his wife Austregild.

The Burgundians were conquered by the Franks in 534. The Franks also recovered Provence from the Ostrogoths and re-attached it to Burgundy in 536. The Merovingian kings of the Franks kept Burgundy as a distinct entity under their personal rule.


Died after 605


http://familytrees.genopro.com/Azrael/ind02628.htm -------------------- Richemir, Duke of the Burgundians & Franconians. He was Patrician of the Burgundians, and Duke in Franconia and Burgundy. The Burgundians were conquered by the Franks in 534. The Franks also recovered Provence from the Ostrogoths and re-attached it to Burgundy in 536. The Merovingian kings of the Franks kept Burgundy as a distinct entity under their personal rule.

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Richemir, duke of the Burgundians & Franconians's Timeline

555
555
Duchy of Burgundy, Kingdom of the Franks [Burgundy, France]
564
564
Age 9
Franconia, Germany
582
582
Age 27
Soissons, Aisne, Picardy, France
585
585
Age 30
Metz, (Present Lorraine), Neustria (Present France)
600
600
Age 45
Artois, Pas-de-Calais, France
607
607
Age 52
Franconia, Kingdom of the Franks [Lower, Middle, and Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany]
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