Childebrand

Childebrand (678743 of 751) was 'n Frankiese hertog (dux). Hy was die buite-egtelike seun van Pepyn van Herstal en Alpaida, en die broer van Karel Martel.[1][2][3] Hy is gebore in Autun, waar hy later dood is. Hy was getroud met Emma van Austrasië. Hy ontvang heerskappy oor die Koninkryk van Boergondië van sy vader en word hierdeur 'n hertog.[4][5] Saam met sy broer speel hy 'n beslissende rol in die verdrywing van die Sarasene uit Frankryk, toe hy Marseille, een van die grootste stede wat steeds in die hande van die Oemajjads was, verower.[3]

Childebrand

Persoonlike besonderhede
Gebore omstreeks 678
Autun, Saône-et-Loire, Frankryk
Sterf 751
Autun, Saône-et-Loire, Frankryk
Nasionaliteit Frankies

Hy en sy seun Nibelung I was beskermhere van die opvolgskrywer van die Kroniek van Fredegar.[2][6]

Sommige navorsers is van mening dat Childebrand die halfbroer van Karel Martel was aan vaderskant.[2][7] Sy sterfdatum is ook 'n omstrede kwessie aangesien sommige bronne sy sterfjaar as 743 aangee, en andere as 751.[4]

VerwysingsWysig

  1. Commire, Anne (2002). "Alphaida (c. 654–c. 714)". Women in world history : a biographical encyclopedia. Klezmer, Deborah. Waterford, CT: Yorkin Publications. ISBN 0-7876-3736-X. OCLC 41108563.
  2. 2,0 2,1 2,2 Fouracre, Paul (2016-09-17) [2000]. The Age of Charles Martel (in Engels). Routledge. ISBN 978-1-317-89848-1.
  3. 3,0 3,1 Settipani, Christian. (1993). La préhistoire des Capétiens, 481-987 (in Frans). Kerrebrouck, Patrick van. Villeneuve d'Ascq: P. Van Kerrebrouck. ISBN 2-9501509-3-4. OCLC 29856008.
  4. 4,0 4,1 Sellers, Edwin Jaquett (6 Augustus 2008) [1915]. Allied Ancestry of the Van Culemborg Family of Culemborg, Holland: Being the Ancestry of Sophia Van Culemborg, Wife of Johan de Carpentier, Parents of Maria de Carpentier, Wife of Jean Paul Jaquet, Vice-director and Chief Magistrate of the Colonies on the South River of New Netherland 1655-1657 (in Engels). Press of Allen Lane & Scott.
  5. Tyrrell, Joseph Henry (1980) [1904]. A Genealogical History of the Tyrrells: Sometime of the French Vexin, Poix in Picardy, Guernanville in Normandy, Laingaham in Essex, Kingsworthy and Avon Tyrell in Hampshire; Castleknock in Co. Dublin, Fertullagh in Co. Westmeath; and Now of Grange Castle, Co. Kildare; Clonard, Co. Meath; and Elsewhere : with Pedigrees from B.C. 443 to the Present Day : an Appendix Containing the Descents of Some Families (and Their Connections) with Whom Alliances Have Been Contracted, and a Roll of Arms (in Engels). Phillimore and Company. ISBN 9780850333374.
  6. Riché, Pierre. (1983). Les Carolingiens : une famille qui fit l'Europe. [Paris]: Hachette littérature. ISBN 2-01-009737-8. OCLC 10993130.
  7. Bouchard, Constance (2001-02-20). Those of My Blood: Creating Noble Families in Medieval Francia (in Engels). University of Pennsylvania Press. ISBN 978-0-8122-3590-6.