Given Name: Gleisnod
Change Date: 28 Aug 2012 at 17:32
Parsons, John Carmi, Merovingian connection. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 4/20/1999-143725. Subject: Re: Meroving = to be or not to be?. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/1999-04/0924633445. Author address: jparsons at chass dot utoronto dot ca.
Settipani, Christian, Les Ancetres de Charlemagne, 1989, and, Settipani, Christian, and Patrick van Kerrebrouck, La Prehistoire des Capetiens, 1993, as transcribed by Gilles Houdry, Aug 1994. Roots-l genealog.charlanc[1-7]
Settipani, Christian, Les Ancetres de Charlemagne. Paris: Editions Christian, 1989. ILL Univ of Virginia CS25.S47 1989.
L. Levillain, "Les Nibelungen historiques," *Annales du Midi*, 49 and 50 (1937-38) suggests that Theodo (d. 717), described as kinsman of the Merovingian Theoderic III (d. 691), had a Merovingian mother. Onomastically, this could account for the Theo- name element, which Levillain believed was usually borne by the Merovingians and their relatives. [Ref: John Carmi Parsons SGM 4/20/1999-143725]
Theodon I Of Bavaria, Duke Of Bavaria
Sources for this Information:
names: [Ref: Settipani CharlAnc p53], child: [Ref: Houdry CharlAnc, Settipani CharlAnc p52]
- Change Date:
9 Nov 2009
- Theodon Of Bavaria, Duke Of Bavaria b: Abt 645
- (Unk Dau) Of Bavaria b: Abt 655