Name: Childeric I, "Cloderic", Chief of the Salian Franks
Given Name: Childeric I, "Cloderic", Chief of the Salian
Suffix: King of Franks of Yssel
Name: Childeric I, Chief of the Salian Franks
Given Name: Childeric I, Chief of the Salian
Suffix: [King of Franks of Yssel]
Change Date: 15 AUG 2009
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Birth: 436 in Westphalia, Germany
Reigned FROM 458 TO 496 1
Death: 481 in Tournai, Biggore, France|
Father: Merovee, "The Young", King of the Franks b: ABT 415 in France
Mother: Verica, Queen of the Franks b: ABT 419
Basina of Thuringia b: BET 438 AND 440 in of Thuringia, Germany
- Clovis I, King of the Franks b: BEF 456
- Audefleda of the Franks
- Adalbert, Prince of the Franks b: 454
- Clovis I b: BEF 456 in Rheims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France c: in Rheims
- Andelfieda b: ABT 460 in Westphalia, Germany
- Lanthilde, Prince of the Franks b: in Rheims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France
- Blanchefleur, Princess of the Franks
- Guntran, Prince of the Franks b: in Rheims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France
- Clodius, Duke of the East Franks b: in Rheims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France
- Abbrev: Holy Blood, Holy Grail
Title: Holy Blood, Holy Grail by Michael Baigent, Richard Liegh, and Henry Lincoln. Publisher: Delacorte Press, New York, 1982. First published in Great Britain by Jonathan Cape, Ltd.
Page: Page 223.
- Abbrev: Bloodline of the holy Grail
Title: Bloodline of the holy Grail
Page: Page 165.
- Abbrev: Rootsweb
Page: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bouley&id=I 3623
- Abbrev: Note
Text: His grave was discovered at Tournai in 1653. Followed the pagan cult of Diana of the Ardennes - of the nine fires'.
Page 212 in Dawn of European civilization has Merovingian chart. It
differs a little from some others.
Note: Cloderic is same as Childeric
Note: "Rulers of the World" by R.F.Tapsell
Between 458 and 480:
Childeric I became the third King of the Franks in 458.
He fought with the Roman Aegidius against the Wisigoths.
When Agidius died in 464, he was succeeded by Count Paul.
Childeric I's army helped Count Paul push back a Saxon
advance from Angers around 466. Count Paul would die in 470.
They had to repeat this feat around 475, after Count Paul
had died and the Saxons once again had attempted to expand
1 Childeric I, King des Francs (Paul, Nouveau
Larousse Universel.) (Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Page
216, Line 303-52.) (Andre Castelot, Histoire de La France,
Pages, 176, 200). Born: before 433, son of Merovee=Merovech,
Prince des Francs and N?, Childeric I is
presumed to have been at least 15 years of age by the time
he succeeded his father in 448.
Between 480 and 481 Childeric I's
tomb in Tournai was discovered in 1653 and contained
magnificent weapons. Buried: circa 481 in Tournai, Bigorre,