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Teutomer

Also Known As: "Tautomede", "Tautomer", "Teutomer", "Theodimir", "Richomeres", "son of Malaric I", "Frankish Chief"
Birthdate: (53)
Birthplace: France
Death: June 26, 363 (49-57)
France
Immediate Family:

Father of Flavius Bauto, Consul 385; Flavius Richomeres, Consul of Rome (384) and NN sister of Richomer

Occupation: général franc (Frankish General) to Roman Emperor Julian, Frankish General, A Frankish General
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About Teutomer, a Frankish general

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richomer_(g%C3%A9n%C3%A9ral_franc)

https://books.google.com/books?id=BHQHAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA297&lpg=PA297&dq=Duke+of+Dacia+Ripensis&source=bl&ots=SDQJV7tc22&sig=Sq8qnRnQaD7QRGkhAqm3X51ONgY&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwip2cfS_ZrRAhVKxVQKHY_YAVoQ6AEIOTAG#v=onepage&q=Duke%20of%20Dacia%20Ripensis&f=false

Teutomer - (c330-6/26/363) Marcellinus tells us he was the Duke of Dacia Ripensis, a Frankish Chieftain, the Protector Domesticus and later General to Roman Emperor ... who was a Frankish officer in the service of Emperor Julian the Apostate. ... Tautomede. ,. Duke of Dac ia Ri pensis. Britain subject t o t he Mag is tri Militum of the Prefecture oft he Gauls. , who resided at Arles or Treves.

Richomer (General franc) Help page on the disambiguationFor other uses, see Richomer . Richomer title Chief Salian francs Successor Théodomir Biography Father Teutomer children Théodomir edit See the documentation of the model Richomer ( Flavius Richomeres for the Romans), born in 335, is an officer franc to the service of the Roman Empire . He was comes domesticorum (household of Count) 1 , magister militum (master of the militia) and consul of Rome in 384 . He died in 393.

Summary [ Hide ] 1 Biography 2 Posterity 3 References 4 Annexes 4.1 Related articles 4.2 Primary Sources 4.3 Secondary sources

Biography


According to Eugen Ewig (of the German Historical Institute and the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres ), it could be the son of Teutomer , which was a great officer in the service of Emperor Julien 2 . Karl Ferdinand Werner follows this reviews 3 , but Christian Settipani is more reserved, arguing that it is difficult to conclude as the original people of Teutomer remain unknown 4 .

In 378, Emperor Gratian sent in the East at the head of troops to help the co-emperor Valens to fight the Goths, but the Romans were defeated at the Battle of Adrianople theAugust 9 3785 . While Valens was killed during the battle, Richomer survived the rout and remains in the East where second Theodosius I st , the new Caesar named the East. Again francs and Roman troops commanded by Bauto and nephew Arbogast , join him and allow him to rectify the situation. Theodosius appointed him master of the militia for the East in 383 and consul of Rome in 384 6 , 7 .

It is not devoted only to his military career, but is interested in arts and letters and corresponds with the rhetorician Libanius 8 , Symmachus 9 and theologian Saint Augustine 10 , 11 .

In 388, Theodosius sent to the West to fight the usurper Magnus Maximus who fought in the Sava went to Aquileia and was executed. After the assassination of Valentinian II (May 15 392), One of coempereurs, Arbogast Place Eugène on the throne and Theodosius load Richomer to fight, but he died soon after, leaving Stilicon , General vandal, care to undo Eugene and Arbogast at the Battle of Cold River , theSeptember 6th 39412 , 4 .

Posterity [ edit | edit the code ] He had married a Ascylla, who had given birth to Théodomir , future king of the Franks 13 , 14 , 15 and possibly ancestor of the Merovingian as the late evidence (to 660 is two and a half centuries after) the Chronicle of Fredegaire . The existence of Ricimer (or Richomer), patrician Roman of 457-472 led Helmut Castritius (de) to the hypothesis of a girl Richomer, married to Wallia King Wisigoh and grandmother of the patrician Ricimer 16 , 17 .

Source: Geni, Rigaud Family Web Site, teutomer-de-toxandrie-chef-des-francs-saliens-general-de-lempire mainly and other matches, www.myheritage.com Topic: Teutomer de Toxandrie Work: General Franc (Frankish General) to Roman Emperor Julian Wife: Ascylade Lombardie, 330-413 Father: Roi Malaric I de Toxandrie, 295-360 Mother: Gallic of Francs, 301-359 Son: Flavius Richomeres, 350-384, Chief of Francs Saliens, Consul of Rome 384 Son: Flavius Bauta, 350-385, Consul of Rome 385 Siblings: Brother: Chlodomer of Allemania, 309-396 Sister: Mellobaude of Richeomeres, 320-376 Brother: Mellobaude of Toxandria, 320-376 Brother: Chlogio :Mellobaude van Toxandria of Koln King of France, 321-377 Brother: Priaros of Toxandria, 325-397 Brother: Ascyllius of Toxandria, 331-418 Sister: Unknown Toxandria Half-sister: Blesinda of Allemania, 350-404

More is known about this profile's immediate family including a spouse, possibly the date of the marriage, children, siblings in Geni's Family Tree for Teutomer de Toxandrie, added and managed by Cameron Manning, on 2017 08 (Aug) 04, source: Teutomer, De Toxandrie. Twenty years between the dates of the first four births and last three suggest there may have been more than one spouse. The information from my research traced the descendences from the fifth child, Flavius Richomeres of Toxandria, my 50th great grandfather, and suggest that they became kings of the Francs in Neustria and Allemania of the Roman Empire, and the reigns of these regions became of Germany and France: Teutomer, De Toxandrie, Gender: Male, Birth: circa 310, Death: June 26, 363 (49-57) 334 (marriage date?), Neustria, Roman Empire Immediate Family, Spouse, Children, Siblings: Son of King Malaric of TOXANDRIA and Chlodomar TOXANDRIA Husband of Ascylade de TOXANDRIE and Unknown of TOXANDRIA Father of Flavius RICHEOMERES; Flavius BAUTA and Blesinda of ALLEMANIA Brother of Chlodomer de ALLEMANIA; Mellobaude RICHOMERES; Mellobause of TOXANDRIA; Chlogio :Mellobaude van Toxandria of Koln KING OF FRANCE; Priaros of TOXANDRIA; and Ascyllius of TOXANDRIA

Teutomer de Toxandrie, Frankish general, Circa 310 to June 26, 363, was the King of Worms, now Germany, father of Flavius Richomeres, Consul of Rome 384, and my 51st great grandfather. These ancestors from Neustria,now France, became part of the kings and aristocracy of France and Germany, and were among the great migration west to the new horizons that became America:

"Marie Annette Gisele Ouellet, me → Sir Knight of Columbus 4th Degree Lucien OUELLET your father → Emelda Yvonne OUELLET his mother → Louise ROUSSEL her mother → Salone CARRIER her mother → Joseph HUDON-BEAULIEU her father → Joseph-François HUDON DIT BEAULIEU his father → Pascal HUDON DIT BEAULIEU his father → Madeleine Langlais his mother → Marguerite LAVOIE her mother → Jean-François LAVOIE her father → René DE LA VOYE his father → René DE LA VOYE his father → Robert LAVOIE his father → Anna d'Este, duchesse de Guise his mother → Renée DE VALOIS-ORLÉANS, duchesse de Chartres her mother → Louis DE VALOIS, XII, King of France her father → Maria of Cleves VON KLEVE his mother → Adolf IV, duke of Cleves her father → Adolf III von der Mark, count of Cleves his father → Adolf II VON DER MARK, Graf von der Mark his father → Engelbert II VON DER MARK, Graff his father → Eberhard I, Graf von der Mark his father → Engelbert I, Graf von der Mark his father → Adolph I, Graf von der Mark und Altena his father → Friedrich I von der Marck, Graf von Altena his father → Eberhard I von Berg, count of Altena his father → Adolf IV, count of Berg his father → Adolf III, count of Berg & Hövel his father → Adolf II, count of Berg his father → Adolf I, Graf VON BERG, VOGT VON GERRESHEIM his father → Adolf ll. VON BERG, Graf in Keldachgau his father → Adolf I von Deutz, Graf im Keldachgau his father → Herman I, Count Palatine of Lotharingia his father → Ehrenfried (Ezzo) II. COUNT PALATINE IN THE ZÜLPICHGAU, KELDACHGAU & BONNGAU his father → Eberhard, Graf im Keldachgau und Bonngau his father → Ehrenfried I. COUNT IN THE BLIESGAU, THE KELDACHGAU AND OF CHARMOIS his father → Giselbert I, count of Maasgau his father → Giselbert van de Bidgouw his father → Count Gainfroi Maasgau/ Massgau his father → Count Mainier DE SENS his father → Albo, count of Sens his father → Count Walter I NEUSTRIA, Count of Neustria his father → Count Aubri I NEUSTRIA, Count i Neustria / Comte i Neustria his father → Brunulf NEUSTRIA, I, Count of Neustria his father → Ydulf OF BELGIUM AND LUXEMBOURG his father → Ydulf (Yudulf) de Lorraine Of Belgium and Luxembourg, of Belgium and Luxembourg his father → Waudbert I, count of Ardennes his father → Adalric, King of Ardennes his father → Chlodébaud, King of the Franks at Cologne his father → Chlodio "the Long-Haired", king of the Salian Francs at Cologne his father → Théodémir, King of the Franks at Thérouanne his father → Flavius Richomeres, Consul of Rome 384 his father → Teutomer, a Frankish general his father."

About Teutomer (Français)

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richomer_(g%C3%A9n%C3%A9ral_franc)

https://books.google.com/books?id=BHQHAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA297&lpg=PA297&dq=Duke+of+Dacia+Ripensis&source=bl&ots=SDQJV7tc22&sig=Sq8qnRnQaD7QRGkhAqm3X51ONgY&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwip2cfS_ZrRAhVKxVQKHY_YAVoQ6AEIOTAG#v=onepage&q=Duke%20of%20Dacia%20Ripensis&f=false

Teutomer - (c330-6/26/363) Marcellinus tells us he was the Duke of Dacia Ripensis, a Frankish Chieftain, the Protector Domesticus and later General to Roman Emperor ... who was a Frankish officer in the service of Emperor Julian the Apostate. ... Tautomede. ,. Duke of Dac ia Ri pensis. Britain subject t o t he Mag is tri Militum of the Prefecture oft he Gauls. , who resided at Arles or Treves.

Richomer (General franc) Help page on the disambiguationFor other uses, see Richomer . Richomer title Chief Salian francs Successor Théodomir Biography Father Teutomer children Théodomir edit See the documentation of the model Richomer ( Flavius Richomeres for the Romans), born in 335, is an officer franc to the service of the Roman Empire . He was comes domesticorum (household of Count) 1 , magister militum (master of the militia) and consul of Rome in 384 . He died in 393.

Summary [ Hide ] 1 Biography 2 Posterity 3 References 4 Annexes 4.1 Related articles 4.2 Primary Sources 4.3 Secondary sources

Biography


According to Eugen Ewig (of the German Historical Institute and the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres ), it could be the son of Teutomer , which was a great officer in the service of Emperor Julien 2 . Karl Ferdinand Werner follows this reviews 3 , but Christian Settipani is more reserved, arguing that it is difficult to conclude as the original people of Teutomer remain unknown 4 .

In 378, Emperor Gratian sent in the East at the head of troops to help the co-emperor Valens to fight the Goths, but the Romans were defeated at the Battle of Adrianople theAugust 9 3785 . While Valens was killed during the battle, Richomer survived the rout and remains in the East where second Theodosius I st , the new Caesar named the East. Again francs and Roman troops commanded by Bauto and nephew Arbogast , join him and allow him to rectify the situation. Theodosius appointed him master of the militia for the East in 383 and consul of Rome in 384 6 , 7 .

It is not devoted only to his military career, but is interested in arts and letters and corresponds with the rhetorician Libanius 8 , Symmachus 9 and theologian Saint Augustine 10 , 11 .

In 388, Theodosius sent to the West to fight the usurper Magnus Maximus who fought in the Sava went to Aquileia and was executed. After the assassination of Valentinian II (May 15 392), One of coempereurs, Arbogast Place Eugène on the throne and Theodosius load Richomer to fight, but he died soon after, leaving Stilicon , General vandal, care to undo Eugene and Arbogast at the Battle of Cold River , theSeptember 6th 39412 , 4 .

Posterity [ edit | edit the code ] He had married a Ascylla, who had given birth to Théodomir , future king of the Franks 13 , 14 , 15 and possibly ancestor of the Merovingian as the late evidence (to 660 is two and a half centuries after) the Chronicle of Fredegaire . The existence of Ricimer (or Richomer), patrician Roman of 457-472 led Helmut Castritius (de) to the hypothesis of a girl Richomer, married to Wallia King Wisigoh and grandmother of the patrician Ricimer 16 , 17 .

Marie Ouellet, www.geni.com, January 10, 2018 Teutomer de Toxandrie Work: General Franc (Frankish General) to Roman Emperor Julian Wife: Ascylade Lombardie Father: Roi Malaric I de Toxandrie Mother: Gallic of Francs Son: Flavius Richomeres, Chief of Francs Saliens, Consul of Rome 384 Son: Flavius Bauta, Consul of Rome 385

Siblings: Brother: Chlodomer of Allemania Sister: Mellobaude of Richeomeres Brother: Mellobaude of Toxandria Brother: Chlogio :Mellobaude van Toxandria of Koln King of France Brother: Priaros of Toxandria Brother: Ascyllius of Toxandria Sister: Unknown Toxandria Half-sister: Blesinda of Allemania

Source: Geni, Rigaud Family Web Site, teutomer-de-toxandrie-chef-des-francs-saliens-general-de-lempire. www.myheritage.com

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310
310
France
350
350
Age 40
Germania Inferior, Galliae, Roman Empire [North Brabant, eastern Antwerp Province, and Limburg, Belgium]
350
Age 40
France
363
June 26, 363
Age 53
France
363
Age 53
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