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Theodo

Also Known As: "Theo; Theodon;", "Theodo I", "Herzog von Bayern", "Theodon I De Baviere"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: (Present Bavaria), Herzogtum Bayern (Present Germany), Francia
Death: Died in (Present Bavaria), Herzogtum Bayern (Present Germany), Francia (Frankish Kingdom)
Immediate Family:

Son of Garibald II, duke of the Bavarians and Geila di Friuli
Husband of Regentrude Neustrie, van and Gleisnod di Friuli
Father of Theodo II Beieren, van; Uta von Bayern and Lantpert, duke of Bavaria
Brother of Fara of Bavaria

Occupation: Duke of the Bavarias, 10th King of the Bavarians c640-c680, hertog van Beieren
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About Theodo I, duke of Bavaria

historical [modern] placename: birth & death - Duchy of Bavaria, Kingdom of the Franks [Free State of Bavaria, Germany]

The Duchy of Bavaria was, from the sixth through the eighth century, a frontier region in the southeastern part of the Merovingian kingdom and was ruled by dukes under Frankish lordship. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duchy_of_Bavaria


Theodo I, Duke of Bavaria (c630-c670), but sometimes called Theodo IV. HIs ancestry is speculative. (Stewart Baldwin, soc.genealogy.medieval, May 18, 2012).

Supposed son of Garibald II, Duke of Bavaria, and Appa or Gaila

m. Gleisnot

Children:

  1. . Landbert
  2. . Uta
  3. . ? , m. Grimoald

The Foundation for Medieval Genealogy has this to say about Theodo IV (from the Medlands page on Bavaria):

THEODO, son of --- . THEODO IV Duke of Bavaria.

The Annales Ducum Bavariæ name (in order) "Theodo…Theodo [et] Theodebertum" as Dukes of Bavaria, this being the second Theodo[54].

The mid-13th century Series Ducum Bavariæ lists, in order, the dukes from 514 as Theodo "dux primus", Theodo II, "Garibaldus rex", Tassilo [I] dux, Theodo III "quem sanctus Ruodbertus baptizavit", Theodebertus, Theodo IV "qui cum filiis sanctum Corbiniacum locavit Frisinge"…[55], which appears to ignore this Duke Theodo IV.

(One son only - Theodo V / II is not listed as a son, nor is Uta listed as a daughter):

a) LANTPERT .

The Annales Ducum Bavariæ name "Lantpertus" as son of the second "Theodo", recording that he killed "sanctum Emmaramum"[56].

References:

[54] Annales Ducum Bavariæ 652, MGH SS XVII, p. 365.

[55] Series Ducum Bavariæ, MGH SS XXIV, p. 73.

[56] Annales Ducum Bavariæ 652, MGH SS XVII, p. 365.


The English Wikipedia page describes Theodo IV / I based on his son, Theodo V / II:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodo_I_of_Bavaria

Theodo (about 625 – 11 December c. 716) also known as Theodo V and Theodo II, was the Duke of Bavaria from 670 or, more probably, 680 to his death.

It is with Theodo that the well-sourced history of Bavaria begins. He strengthened Bavaria internally and externally and, according to Arbeo of Freising, he was a prince of great power whose fame extended beyond his borders.

His father was Theodo IV, Duke of Bavaria and his mother was probably Fara of Bavaria (b: 600), daughter of one of the Kings of the Lombards and (her mother) Daughter of Gisulf of Friuli (b: 577).

Theodo established his capital at Ratisbon (modern Regensburg). He married Folchaid, of the aristocracy of Alemannia, to build diplomatic ties there. He intervened in Lombard affairs by harbouring the refugees Ansprand and Liutprand, whom he assisted militarily on his return to claim the Iron Crown. Liutprand later married his daughter Guntrude. Theodo also defended his duchy ably from the Avars (with some failure in the east).

Theodo is the patron to the four great missionaries of Bavaria: Saint Rupert, Saint Erhard, Saint Emmeram, and probably Saint Corbinian. He was the first to draw up plans for the Bavarian church, aiming both at a deeper cultivation of the countryside as well as greater independence from the Frankish Kingdom by a closer association with the Pope. He was the first Bavarian duke to travel to Rome, where he conferred with Pope Gregory II. The diocesan seats were placed in the few urban centres, which served as the Duke's seats: Regensburg, Salzburg, Freising and Passau.

Two of his children were involved with the death of Saint Emmeram. Theodo's daughter Uta had become pregnant by her lover. Fearing her father's wrath, she confided to Emmeram and the saint promised to bear the blame, as he was about to travel to Rome. Soon after his departure, Uta's predicament became known and in keeping with the agreement she named Emmeram as the father. Her brother Lantpert went after Emmeram and greeted him as "bishop and brother-in-law," ie, episcope et gener noster! Then he had Emmeram cut and torn into pieces. Theodo had the remains of the saint moved to Regensburg. Nothing more is known of Lantpert and Uta.

Ordinals

Some historians have distinguished between a Duke Theodo I, ruling around 680, and a Duke Theodo II, reigning in the early eight century. Theodo I is attributed with the events involving Saint Emmeram, Uta and Lantpert, while Theodo II is associated with Saints Corbinian and Rupert, the ecclesiastical organisation and the division of the Duchy. However, no contemporary source indicates a distinction between different Dukes of that name.

To complicate matters even further, Bavarian tradition has referred to Theodo I and Theodo II as Theodo IV and Theodo V respectively to differentiate them from legendary Agilolfing ancestors Theodo I to III, all who would have reigned before 550.

Marriage and issue

He married Regintrude of Austrasia, daughter of Dagobert I and Regintrude. They had the following:

1. Daughter of Theodo, married Godefroy, Duke of Alamannia

He also married Folchiade of Salzeburg. They had the following:

1. Theodbert

2. Theobald

3. Tassilo

4. Grimoald

Theodo was eventually succeeded by his four other sons, among which he divided his duchy sometime before 715.

As early as 702, Theodbert had been ruling from Salzburg and from 711 or 712, Theobald was co-reigning. It is impossible to see if this division was territorial (as with the Merovingians) or purely a co-regency (as with the later princes of Benevento and Capua). If so, Theodbert's capital was probably Salzburg and the Vita Corbiniani informs that Grimoald had his seat there. References to Theobald and the Thuringii implies perhaps a capital at Regensburg and this leaves Tassilo at Passau. All of this is educated conjecture.

Duke of Bavaria 680–716

Preceded by unknown

Succeeded by Theodbert, Theobald, Tassilo II, and Grimoald

References

Die Genealogie der Franken und Frankreichs by Karl-Heinz Schreiber:

http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/

Vita of St Robert

http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/st_robert.html

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy on Theodo V

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/BAVARIA.htm#_Toc145648125


From "Die Genealogie der Franken und Frankreichs" by Karl-Heinz Schreiber:

http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/agilolfinger/theodo_1_herzog_von_bayern_680.html

Theodo I. Herzog von Bayern (630-680)

   -   680 

Sohn des Herzogs Garibald II. von Bayern und der Appa oder Gaila

oo Gleisnot

Kinder:

1. Landbert

2. Uta

3. ? oo Grimoald

---

Literatur:

Jarnut Jörg: Agilolfingerstudien. Anton Hiersemann Stuttgart 1986 Seite 8,117


Theodosius I. ( Före 630, † 680) Från dynastin i Agilolfinger var ungefär vid den tidpunkt 640-680 Hertig av Bayern. Ibland är det också kallas Theodosius IV , till de mer legendariska Dukes Theodosius I-III. innan alla 570 , räkning .

Theodosius I regerade som hertig av Bayern, utan att deras specifika klassificeringen i släktträd av Agilolfinger skulle verkligen säkras , i synnerhet som källmaterial för Bayern i 7. Century är så svag att tillförlitliga uppgifter kan vara allvarliga. Informationen i denna artikel grundar sig därför i hög grad på indirekta slutsatser .

Med sin fru Gleisnod de Friuli Theodosius hade två barn: en son och efterträdare som hertig Office, LantpertOch dottern Uta. Vid hans hov i Regensburg att låta ambulerande biskopen Emmeram ned.

Med angelägenheter Frankerriket under denna tid han verkar ha haft lite att göra , eftersom det är från denna sida nämns inte praktiskt. Hans omedelbara efterträdare var hans son Land Stekt / Lantpert, Mördaren St Emeran . Efter Lantpert följde tydligen en kort regeringstid Theodosius II.

Sources

Theodo I, Duke of Bavaria (c630-c670), but sometimes called Theodo IV. HIs ancestry is speculative. (Stewart Baldwin, soc.genealogy.medieval, May 18, 2012).

Supposed son of Garibald II, Duke of Bavaria, and Appa or Gaila

m. Gleisnot

Children:

. Landbert . Uta . ? , m. Grimoald The Foundation for Medieval Genealogy has this to say about Theodo IV (from the Medlands page on Bavaria):

Theodo IV at MedLands. THEODO, son of --- . THEODO IV Duke of Bavaria.

The Annales Ducum Bavariæ name (in order) "Theodo…Theodo [et] Theodebertum" as Dukes of Bavaria, this being the second Theodo[54].

The mid-13th century Series Ducum Bavariæ lists, in order, the dukes from 514 as Theodo "dux primus", Theodo II, "Garibaldus rex", Tassilo [I] dux, Theodo III "quem sanctus Ruodbertus baptizavit", Theodebertus, Theodo IV "qui cum filiis sanctum Corbiniacum locavit Frisinge"…[55], which appears to ignore this Duke Theodo IV.

(One son only - Theodo V / II is not listed as a son, nor is Uta listed as a daughter):

a) LANTPERT .

The Annales Ducum Bavariæ name "Lantpertus" as son of the second "Theodo", recording that he killed "sanctum Emmaramum"[56].

References:

[54] Annales Ducum Bavariæ 652, MGH SS XVII, p. 365.

[55] Series Ducum Bavariæ, MGH SS XXIV, p. 73.

[56] Annales Ducum Bavariæ 652, MGH SS XVII, p. 365.


The English Wikipedia page describes Theodo IV / I based on his son, Theodo V / II:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodo_I_of_Bavaria

Theodo (about 625 – 11 December c. 716) also known as Theodo V and Theodo II, was the Duke of Bavaria from 670 or, more probably, 680 to his death.

It is with Theodo that the well-sourced history of Bavaria begins. He strengthened Bavaria internally and externally and, according to Arbeo of Freising, he was a prince of great power whose fame extended beyond his borders.

His father was Theodo IV, Duke of Bavaria and his mother was probably Fara of Bavaria (b: 600), daughter of one of the Kings of the Lombards and (her mother) Daughter of Gisulf of Friuli (b: 577).

Theodo established his capital at Ratisbon (modern Regensburg). He married Folchaid, of the aristocracy of Alemannia, to build diplomatic ties there. He intervened in Lombard affairs by harbouring the refugees Ansprand and Liutprand, whom he assisted militarily on his return to claim the Iron Crown. Liutprand later married his daughter Guntrude. Theodo also defended his duchy ably from the Avars (with some failure in the east).

Theodo is the patron to the four great missionaries of Bavaria: Saint Rupert, Saint Erhard, Saint Emmeram, and probably Saint Corbinian. He was the first to draw up plans for the Bavarian church, aiming both at a deeper cultivation of the countryside as well as greater independence from the Frankish Kingdom by a closer association with the Pope. He was the first Bavarian duke to travel to Rome, where he conferred with Pope Gregory II. The diocesan seats were placed in the few urban centres, which served as the Duke's seats: Regensburg, Salzburg, Freising and Passau.

Two of his children were involved with the death of Saint Emmeram. Theodo's daughter Uta had become pregnant by her lover. Fearing her father's wrath, she confided to Emmeram and the saint promised to bear the blame, as he was about to travel to Rome. Soon after his departure, Uta's predicament became known and in keeping with the agreement she named Emmeram as the father. Her brother Lantpert went after Emmeram and greeted him as "bishop and brother-in-law," ie, episcope et gener noster! Then he had Emmeram cut and torn into pieces. Theodo had the remains of the saint moved to Regensburg. Nothing more is known of Lantpert and Uta.

Ordinals

Some historians have distinguished between a Duke Theodo I, ruling around 680, and a Duke Theodo II, reigning in the early eight century. Theodo I is attributed with the events involving Saint Emmeram, Uta and Lantpert, while Theodo II is associated with Saints Corbinian and Rupert, the ecclesiastical organisation and the division of the Duchy. However, no contemporary source indicates a distinction between different Dukes of that name.

To complicate matters even further, Bavarian tradition has referred to Theodo I and Theodo II as Theodo IV and Theodo V respectively to differentiate them from legendary Agilolfing ancestors Theodo I to III, all who would have reigned before 550.

Marriage and issue

He married Regintrude of Austrasia, daughter of Dagobert I and Regintrude. They had the following:

1. Daughter of Theodo, married Godefroy, Duke of Alamannia

He also married Folchiade of Salzeburg. They had the following:

1. Theodbert

2. Theobald

3. Tassilo

4. Grimoald

Theodo was eventually succeeded by his four other sons, among which he divided his duchy sometime before 715.

As early as 702, Theodbert had been ruling from Salzburg and from 711 or 712, Theobald was co-reigning. It is impossible to see if this division was territorial (as with the Merovingians) or purely a co-regency (as with the later princes of Benevento and Capua). If so, Theodbert's capital was probably Salzburg and the Vita Corbiniani informs that Grimoald had his seat there. References to Theobald and the Thuringii implies perhaps a capital at Regensburg and this leaves Tassilo at Passau. All of this is educated conjecture.

Duke of Bavaria 680–716

Preceded by unknown

Succeeded by Theodbert, Theobald, Tassilo II, and Grimoald

References

Die Genealogie der Franken und Frankreichs by Karl-Heinz Schreiber:

http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/

Vita of St Robert

http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/st_robert.html

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy on Theodo V

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/BAVARIA.htm#_Toc145648125


From "Die Genealogie der Franken und Frankreichs" by Karl-Heinz Schreiber:

http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/agilolfinger/theodo_1_herzog_von_bayern_680.html

Theodo I. Herzog von Bayern (630-680)

- 680 Sohn des Herzogs Garibald II. von Bayern und der Appa oder Gaila

oo Gleisnot

Kinder:

1. Landbert

2. Uta

3. ? oo Grimoald

---

Literatur:

Jarnut Jörg: Agilolfingerstudien. Anton Hiersemann Stuttgart 1986 Seite 8,117


Theodosius I. ( Före 630, † 680) Från dynastin i Agilolfinger var ungefär vid den tidpunkt 640-680 Hertig av Bayern. Ibland är det också kallas Theodosius IV , till de mer legendariska Dukes Theodosius I-III. innan alla 570 , räkning .

Theodosius I regerade som hertig av Bayern, utan att deras specifika klassificeringen i släktträd av Agilolfinger skulle verkligen säkras , i synnerhet som källmaterial för Bayern i 7. Century är så svag att tillförlitliga uppgifter kan vara allvarliga. Informationen i denna artikel grundar sig därför i hög grad på indirekta slutsatser .

Med sin fru Gleisnod de Friuli Theodosius hade två barn: en son och efterträdare som hertig Office, LantpertOch dottern Uta. Vid hans hov i Regensburg att låta ambulerande biskopen Emmeram ned.

Med angelägenheter Frankerriket under denna tid han verkar ha haft lite att göra , eftersom det är från denna sida nämns inte praktiskt. Hans omedelbara efterträdare var hans son Land Stekt / Lantpert, Mördaren St Emeran . Efter Lantpert följde tydligen en kort regeringstid Theodosius II.

Sources

http://www.gatinaisgeneal.org/dominiqueg/pag0.htm#6 http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/UNKNOWN-18927 http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/agilolfinger/theodo_2_herzog_von_bayern_716.html read more


historical [modern] placename: birth & death - Duchy of Bavaria, Kingdom of the Franks [Free State of Bavaria, Germany]

The Duchy of Bavaria was, from the sixth through the eighth century, a frontier region in the southeastern part of the Merovingian kingdom and was ruled by dukes under Frankish lordship. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duchy_of_Bavaria

Theodo I, Duke of Bavaria (c630-c670), but sometimes called Theodo IV. HIs ancestry is speculative. (Stewart Baldwin, soc.genealogy.medieval, May 18, 2012).

Supposed son of Garibald II, Duke of Bavaria, and Appa or Gaila

m. Gleisnot

Children:

. Landbert . Uta . ? , m. Grimoald The Foundation for Medieval Genealogy has this to say about Theodo IV (from the Medlands page on Bavaria):

Theodo IV at MedLands. THEODO, son of --- . THEODO IV Duke of Bavaria.

The Annales Ducum Bavariæ name (in order) "Theodo…Theodo [et] Theodebertum" as Dukes of Bavaria, this being the second Theodo[54].

The mid-13th century Series Ducum Bavariæ lists, in order, the dukes from 514 as Theodo "dux primus", Theodo II, "Garibaldus rex", Tassilo [I] dux, Theodo III "quem sanctus Ruodbertus baptizavit", Theodebertus, Theodo IV "qui cum filiis sanctum Corbiniacum locavit Frisinge"…[55], which appears to ignore this Duke Theodo IV.

(One son only - Theodo V / II is not listed as a son, nor is Uta listed as a daughter):

a) LANTPERT .

The Annales Ducum Bavariæ name "Lantpertus" as son of the second "Theodo", recording that he killed "sanctum Emmaramum"[56].

References:

[54] Annales Ducum Bavariæ 652, MGH SS XVII, p. 365.

[55] Series Ducum Bavariæ, MGH SS XXIV, p. 73.

[56] Annales Ducum Bavariæ 652, MGH SS XVII, p. 365.

The English Wikipedia page describes Theodo IV / I based on his son, Theodo V / II:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodo_I_of_Bavaria

Theodo (about 625 – 11 December c. 716) also known as Theodo V and Theodo II, was the Duke of Bavaria from 670 or, more probably, 680 to his death.

It is with Theodo that the well-sourced history of Bavaria begins. He strengthened Bavaria internally and externally and, according to Arbeo of Freising, he was a prince of great power whose fame extended beyond his borders.

His father was Theodo IV, Duke of Bavaria and his mother was probably Fara of Bavaria (b: 600), daughter of one of the Kings of the Lombards and (her mother) Daughter of Gisulf of Friuli (b: 577).

Theodo established his capital at Ratisbon (modern Regensburg). He married Folchaid, of the aristocracy of Alemannia, to build diplomatic ties there. He intervened in Lombard affairs by harbouring the refugees Ansprand and Liutprand, whom he assisted militarily on his return to claim the Iron Crown. Liutprand later married his daughter Guntrude. Theodo also defended his duchy ably from the Avars (with some failure in the east).

Theodo is the patron to the four great missionaries of Bavaria: Saint Rupert, Saint Erhard, Saint Emmeram, and probably Saint Corbinian. He was the first to draw up plans for the Bavarian church, aiming both at a deeper cultivation of the countryside as well as greater independence from the Frankish Kingdom by a closer association with the Pope. He was the first Bavarian duke to travel to Rome, where he conferred with Pope Gregory II. The diocesan seats were placed in the few urban centres, which served as the Duke's seats: Regensburg, Salzburg, Freising and Passau.

Two of his children were involved with the death of Saint Emmeram. Theodo's daughter Uta had become pregnant by her lover. Fearing her father's wrath, she confided to Emmeram and the saint promised to bear the blame, as he was about to travel to Rome. Soon after his departure, Uta's predicament became known and in keeping with the agreement she named Emmeram as the father. Her brother Lantpert went after Emmeram and greeted him as "bishop and brother-in-law," ie, episcope et gener noster! Then he had Emmeram cut and torn into pieces. Theodo had the remains of the saint moved to Regensburg. Nothing more is known of Lantpert and Uta.

Ordinals

Some historians have distinguished between a Duke Theodo I, ruling around 680, and a Duke Theodo II, reigning in the early eight century. Theodo I is attributed with the events involving Saint Emmeram, Uta and Lantpert, while Theodo II is associated with Saints Corbinian and Rupert, the ecclesiastical organisation and the division of the Duchy. However, no contemporary source indicates a distinction between different Dukes of that name.

To complicate matters even further, Bavarian tradition has referred to Theodo I and Theodo II as Theodo IV and Theodo V respectively to differentiate them from legendary Agilolfing ancestors Theodo I to III, all who would have reigned before 550.

Marriage and issue

He married Regintrude of Austrasia, daughter of Dagobert I and Regintrude. They had the following:

1. Daughter of Theodo, married Godefroy, Duke of Alamannia

He also married Folchiade of Salzeburg. They had the following:

1. Theodbert

2. Theobald

3. Tassilo

4. Grimoald

Theodo was eventually succeeded by his four other sons, among which he divided his duchy sometime before 715.

As early as 702, Theodbert had been ruling from Salzburg and from 711 or 712, Theobald was co-reigning. It is impossible to see if this division was territorial (as with the Merovingians) or purely a co-regency (as with the later princes of Benevento and Capua). If so, Theodbert's capital was probably Salzburg and the Vita Corbiniani informs that Grimoald had his seat there. References to Theobald and the Thuringii implies perhaps a capital at Regensburg and this leaves Tassilo at Passau. All of this is educated conjecture.

Duke of Bavaria 680–716

Preceded by unknown

Succeeded by Theodbert, Theobald, Tassilo II, and Grimoald

References

Die Genealogie der Franken und Frankreichs by Karl-Heinz Schreiber:

http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/

Vita of St Robert

http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/st_robert.html

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy on Theodo V

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/BAVARIA.htm#_Toc145648125

From "Die Genealogie der Franken und Frankreichs" by Karl-Heinz Schreiber:

http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/agilolfinger/theodo_1_herzog_von_bayern_680.html

Theodo I. Herzog von Bayern (630-680)

- 680 Sohn des Herzogs Garibald II. von Bayern und der Appa oder Gaila

oo Gleisnot

Kinder:

1. Landbert

2. Uta

3. ? oo Grimoald

---

Literatur:

Jarnut Jörg: Agilolfingerstudien. Anton Hiersemann Stuttgart 1986 Seite 8,117

Theodosius I. ( Före 630, † 680) Från dynastin i Agilolfinger var ungefär vid den tidpunkt 640-680 Hertig av Bayern. Ibland är det också kallas Theodosius IV , till de mer legendariska Dukes Theodosius I-III. innan alla 570 , räkning .

Theodosius I regerade som hertig av Bayern, utan att deras specifika klassificeringen i släktträd av Agilolfinger skulle verkligen säkras , i synnerhet som källmaterial för Bayern i 7. Century är så svag att tillförlitliga uppgifter kan vara allvarliga. Informationen i denna artikel grundar sig därför i hög grad på indirekta slutsatser .

Med sin fru Gleisnod de Friuli Theodosius hade två barn: en son och efterträdare som hertig Office, LantpertOch dottern Uta. Vid hans hov i Regensburg att låta ambulerande biskopen Emmeram ned.

Med angelägenheter Frankerriket under denna tid han verkar ha haft lite att göra , eftersom det är från denna sida nämns inte praktiskt. Hans omedelbara efterträdare var hans son Land Stekt / Lantpert, Mördaren St Emeran . Efter Lantpert följde tydligen en kort regeringstid Theodosius II.

Sources

http://www.gatinaisgeneal.org/dominiqueg/pag0.htm#6 http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/UNKNOWN-18927 http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/agilolfinger/theodo_2_herzog_von_bayern_716.html Theodo I, Duke of Bavaria (c630-c670), but sometimes called Theodo IV. HIs ancestry is speculative. (Stewart Baldwin, soc.genealogy.medieval, May 18, 2012).

Supposed son of Garibald II, Duke of Bavaria, and Appa or Gaila

m. Gleisnot

Children:

. Landbert . Uta . ? , m. Grimoald The Foundation for Medieval Genealogy has this to say about Theodo IV (from the Medlands page on Bavaria):

Theodo IV at MedLands. THEODO, son of --- . THEODO IV Duke of Bavaria.

The Annales Ducum Bavariæ name (in order) "Theodo…Theodo [et] Theodebertum" as Dukes of Bavaria, this being the second Theodo[54].

The mid-13th century Series Ducum Bavariæ lists, in order, the dukes from 514 as Theodo "dux primus", Theodo II, "Garibaldus rex", Tassilo [I] dux, Theodo III "quem sanctus Ruodbertus baptizavit", Theodebertus, Theodo IV "qui cum filiis sanctum Corbiniacum locavit Frisinge"…[55], which appears to ignore this Duke Theodo IV.

(One son only - Theodo V / II is not listed as a son, nor is Uta listed as a daughter):

a) LANTPERT .

The Annales Ducum Bavariæ name "Lantpertus" as son of the second "Theodo", recording that he killed "sanctum Emmaramum"[56].

References:

[54] Annales Ducum Bavariæ 652, MGH SS XVII, p. 365.

[55] Series Ducum Bavariæ, MGH SS XXIV, p. 73.

[56] Annales Ducum Bavariæ 652, MGH SS XVII, p. 365.

The English Wikipedia page describes Theodo IV / I based on his son, Theodo V / II:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodo_I_of_Bavaria

Theodo (about 625 – 11 December c. 716) also known as Theodo V and Theodo II, was the Duke of Bavaria from 670 or, more probably, 680 to his death.

It is with Theodo that the well-sourced history of Bavaria begins. He strengthened Bavaria internally and externally and, according to Arbeo of Freising, he was a prince of great power whose fame extended beyond his borders.

His father was Theodo IV, Duke of Bavaria and his mother was probably Fara of Bavaria (b: 600), daughter of one of the Kings of the Lombards and (her mother) Daughter of Gisulf of Friuli (b: 577).

Theodo established his capital at Ratisbon (modern Regensburg). He married Folchaid, of the aristocracy of Alemannia, to build diplomatic ties there. He intervened in Lombard affairs by harbouring the refugees Ansprand and Liutprand, whom he assisted militarily on his return to claim the Iron Crown. Liutprand later married his daughter Guntrude. Theodo also defended his duchy ably from the Avars (with some failure in the east).

Theodo is the patron to the four great missionaries of Bavaria: Saint Rupert, Saint Erhard, Saint Emmeram, and probably Saint Corbinian. He was the first to draw up plans for the Bavarian church, aiming both at a deeper cultivation of the countryside as well as greater independence from the Frankish Kingdom by a closer association with the Pope. He was the first Bavarian duke to travel to Rome, where he conferred with Pope Gregory II. The diocesan seats were placed in the few urban centres, which served as the Duke's seats: Regensburg, Salzburg, Freising and Passau.

Two of his children were involved with the death of Saint Emmeram. Theodo's daughter Uta had become pregnant by her lover. Fearing her father's wrath, she confided to Emmeram and the saint promised to bear the blame, as he was about to travel to Rome. Soon after his departure, Uta's predicament became known and in keeping with the agreement she named Emmeram as the father. Her brother Lantpert went after Emmeram and greeted him as "bishop and brother-in-law," ie, episcope et gener noster! Then he had Emmeram cut and torn into pieces. Theodo had the remains of the saint moved to Regensburg. Nothing more is known of Lantpert and Uta.

Ordinals

Some historians have distinguished between a Duke Theodo I, ruling around 680, and a Duke Theodo II, reigning in the early eight century. Theodo I is attributed with the events involving Saint Emmeram, Uta and Lantpert, while Theodo II is associated with Saints Corbinian and Rupert, the ecclesiastical organisation and the division of the Duchy. However, no contemporary source indicates a distinction between different Dukes of that name.

To complicate matters even further, Bavarian tradition has referred to Theodo I and Theodo II as Theodo IV and Theodo V respectively to differentiate them from legendary Agilolfing ancestors Theodo I to III, all who would have reigned before 550.

Marriage and issue

He married Regintrude of Austrasia, daughter of Dagobert I and Regintrude. They had the following:

1. Daughter of Theodo, married Godefroy, Duke of Alamannia

He also married Folchiade of Salzeburg. They had the following:

1. Theodbert

2. Theobald

3. Tassilo

4. Grimoald

Theodo was eventually succeeded by his four other sons, among which he divided his duchy sometime before 715.

As early as 702, Theodbert had been ruling from Salzburg and from 711 or 712, Theobald was co-reigning. It is impossible to see if this division was territorial (as with the Merovingians) or purely a co-regency (as with the later princes of Benevento and Capua). If so, Theodbert's capital was probably Salzburg and the Vita Corbiniani informs that Grimoald had his seat there. References to Theobald and the Thuringii implies perhaps a capital at Regensburg and this leaves Tassilo at Passau. All of this is educated conjecture.

Duke of Bavaria 680–716

Preceded by unknown

Succeeded by Theodbert, Theobald, Tassilo II, and Grimoald

References

Die Genealogie der Franken und Frankreichs by Karl-Heinz Schreiber:

http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/

Vita of St Robert

http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/st_robert.html

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy on Theodo V

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/BAVARIA.htm#_Toc145648125

From "Die Genealogie der Franken und Frankreichs" by Karl-Heinz Schreiber:

http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/agilolfinger/theodo_1_herzog_von_bayern_680.html

Theodo I. Herzog von Bayern (630-680)

- 680 Sohn des Herzogs Garibald II. von Bayern und der Appa oder Gaila

oo Gleisnot

Kinder:

1. Landbert

2. Uta

3. ? oo Grimoald

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Literatur:

Jarnut Jörg: Agilolfingerstudien. Anton Hiersemann Stuttgart 1986 Seite 8,117

Theodosius I. ( Före 630, † 680) Från dynastin i Agilolfinger var ungefär vid den tidpunkt 640-680 Hertig av Bayern. Ibland är det också kallas Theodosius IV , till de mer legendariska Dukes Theodosius I-III. innan alla 570 , räkning .

Theodosius I regerade som hertig av Bayern, utan att deras specifika klassificeringen i släktträd av Agilolfinger skulle verkligen säkras , i synnerhet som källmaterial för Bayern i 7. Century är så svag att tillförlitliga uppgifter kan vara allvarliga. Informationen i denna artikel grundar sig därför i hög grad på indirekta slutsatser .

Med sin fru Gleisnod de Friuli Theodosius hade två barn: en son och efterträdare som hertig Office, LantpertOch dottern Uta. Vid hans hov i Regensburg att låta ambulerande biskopen Emmeram ned.

Med angelägenheter Frankerriket under denna tid han verkar ha haft lite att göra , eftersom det är från denna sida nämns inte praktiskt. Hans omedelbara efterträdare var hans son Land Stekt / Lantpert, Mördaren St Emeran . Efter Lantpert följde tydligen en kort regeringstid Theodosius II.

Sources

http://www.gatinaisgeneal.org/dominiqueg/pag0.htm#6 http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/UNKNOWN-18927 http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/agilolfinger/theodo_2_herzog_von_bayern_716.html read more

Om Theodo I, duke of Bavaria (Norsk)

Theodo I født før 630; d. 680) Hertug i Bayern i fra 640 680.

Noen ganger kalles han også Theodo IV. Alle hertuger - Theodo I til III - før 570 - regner en som legendariske.

Hertug Theodo I stammer fra Agilolfings dynastiet. Han hersket i Regensburg, hovedstaten i Bayern i Tyskland . Theodo I styrte som Hertug av Bayeren uten at hans eksakte genealogiske klassifisering i familietreet Agilolfings kan bekreftes, Kildene for Bayern så mangelfull i det syvende århundre og sikret uttalelser kan være vanskelig å finne. Informasjonen i denne artikkelen er derfor i stor grad basert på indirekte konklusjoner.

Han hadde ikke så mange saker for Frankerriket i denne tiden, siden det praktisk talt ikke finnes noen opplysning om det. Men noen saker har han sikker hatt,

Med sin kone Gleisnod de Friuli hadde han to barn, sønnen Lanpert og datteren Uta, Ved hoffet hans i Regensburg oppholdt også biskop Emmeram seg fra ca 649 til ca 653.

Hans etterfølger var sønnen Lampert, morderen av Saint Emmeram som tilsynelatende styrte en kort til før Theodo II overtok.

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodo_I.

Hertug av Bayern. Hans identitet er ikke kjent, men i følge skrivet til Paulus Diaconus var han gift med en datter av Friulia, daughter av Gisulf II Hertug av Friulia & kona Romilda --- (før 610-). Paulus Diaconus skriver "una Appa alia Gaila…duarum vero nomina non retinemus" som døtre av "Gisulfus Foroiulanus dux", registrert at en er senere gift med "Alamannorum regi, alia…Baioariorum principi", uten å spesifisere hvem.


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Age 28
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