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Fruela De Cantabria Duke Cantabria

M, b. 760

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  • Birth: Fruela De Cantabria Duke Cantabria was born in 760.

Pedro De Cantabria Duke Cantabria

M, b. circa 730

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  • Birth: Pedro De Cantabria Duke Cantabria was born circa 730.

Ervik King Of The Visigoths

M, b. circa 612, d. November 15, 687

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  • Birth: Ervik King Of The Visigoths was born circa 612 in Toledo, Toledo, Spain.
  • Marriage: He and Liubigotona Of Spain were married in 639.
  • Death: Ervik King Of The Visigoths died on November 15, 687.

Liubigotona Of Spain

F, b. 912

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Family: Ervik King Of The Visigoths (b. circa 612, d. November 15, 687)

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Ardabast Of The Visigoths

M, b. 592, d. November 15, 687

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  • Birth: Ardabast Of The Visigoths was born in 592 in Greece.
  • Death: He died on November 15, 687, at age ~95.

Ardabast Of The Visigoths

M, b. 565

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Family: Flavia Juliana of Byzantium (b. 585)

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Gerdina VandenAkker

F, b. September 7, 1823

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  • Birth: Gerdina VandenAkker was born on September 7, 1823 in Nistelrode, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.

Petronella VandenAkker

F, b. March 11, 1817

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  • Birth: Petronella VandenAkker was born on March 11, 1817 in Nistelrode, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.

St Hermenigilde of Visigoths

M, b. 555, d. April 13, 585

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Family: Ingonde Princess Of Metz (b. 567, d. 585)

Biography

  • Birth: St Hermenigilde of Visigoths was born in 555 in Spain.
  • Marriage: He and Ingonde Princess Of Metz were married in 581.
  • Death: St Hermenigilde of Visigoths died on April 13, 585, at age ~30, in Tarragona, Spain.
  • Occupation: He was The Holy.
  • Note: Feastday: April 13

    Prince of Visigothic Spain, and martyr. He was the son of Leovigild the Visigoth, king of Spain, and was raised as an Arian. His wife, Indegundis, converted him from that heresy, which brought about his disinheritance by Leovigild and his defeat at Seville, Spain, by his father. When Hermenegild refused to accept Arianism, he was axed to death.

Ingonde Princess Of Metz

F, b. 567, d. 585

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Family: St Hermenigilde of Visigoths (b. 555, d. April 13, 585)

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  • Birth: Ingonde Princess Of Metz was born in 567 in France.
  • Marriage: She and St Hermenigilde of Visigoths were married in 581.
  • Death: Ingonde Princess Of Metz died in 585, at age ~18.
  • Note: When her father King Sigebert of Metz died, Ingund was banished to Meaux. She then went in 597 to Spain to marry Hermangild, the eldest son of the king (Leovigild). The queen, Goiswinth, maltreated her because of her Catholic faith, but Ingund did not convert to Arianism. In fact, she succeeded in converting her husband. In 585, King Leovigild defeated and killed his son Hermangild, still strong in his new faith. Leovigild then left Ingund in the hands of the Eastern Emperor Tiberius II. As she was thought to be still alive in Africa, her mother Queen Brunhild, on the interest of her son King Childebert II of Austrasia, sought to find her and bring her to the Frankish court. She died in Africa shortly after.

Alphonso V King Of Leon

M, b. 989

Family: Elvira (b. circa 991)

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  • Birth: Alphonso V King Of Leon was born in 989.

Elvira

F, b. circa 991

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Family: Alphonso V King Of Leon (b. 989)

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  • Birth: Elvira was born circa 991.

Melendo Gonzales

M, b. circa 965

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  • Birth: Melendo Gonzales was born circa 965.

Wladislav II King of Poland

M, b. 1105, d. May 30, 1159

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Family: Agnes Princess of Austria (b. 1111)

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  • Birth: Wladislav II King of Poland was born in 1105 in Krakow, Krakow, Poland.
  • Marriage: He and Agnes Princess of Austria were married in 1127 in Wroclaw, Dolnoslaskie, Poland.
  • Death: Wladislav II King of Poland died on May 30, 1159, at age ~54, in Krakow, Krakow, Poland.

Agnes Princess of Austria

F, b. 1111

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Family: Wladislav II King of Poland (b. 1105, d. May 30, 1159)

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  • Birth: Agnes Princess of Austria was born in 1111 in Wien, Wien, Austria.
  • Marriage: She and Wladislav II King of Poland were married in 1127 in Wroclaw, Dolnoslaskie, Poland.

St Leopold III (The St Margrave) Of Austria

M, b. circa 1084, d. November 15, 1136

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Family: Agnes Princess Of The Holy Roman Empire (b. 1073, d. September 24, 1143)

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  • Birth: St Leopold III (The St Margrave) Of Austria was born circa 1084 in Klosterneuburg, Niederosterreich, Austria.
  • Death: He died on November 15, 1136.
  • Note: Hw was also known as Saint Leopold (his feast day being November 15), patron saint of Austria in general and of Vienna, Lower Austria and jointly with Saint Florian of Upper Austria in particular. Leopold was the son of Margrave Leopold II and Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg; his sons were Leopold IV and Henry II Jasomirgott. His second wife was Agnes, the sister of Emperor Henry V, since he had supported the latter against his father Henry IV. This connection to the Salians raised the importance of the House of Babenberg, to which important royal rights on the territory of its margraviate were granted. Leopold called himself "Princeps Terrae", which rose from a consciousness of independent territorial rule. He was considered as a candidate for the election of the King of Germany in 1125, but declined this opportunity. He is mainly remembered for the development of the country, which is associated with him founding monasteries. His most important foundation is Klosterneuburg (1108). According to legend, the Lady Mary appeared to him and led him to a position where he found the veil of his wife Agnes, lost years before. At that place, the monastery of Klosterneuburg was founded. He subsequently expanded this city to become his residence. Other foundations were Heiligenkreuz, Kleinmariazell and Seitenstetten. All of those induced the church to canonize him in 1485. In fact, the monasteries served the purpose of developing a territory still largely covered by forest at that time. Leopold also fostered the development of cities, namely besides Klosterneuburg and Vienna also Krems, which was endowed with a mint, which, however, never attained great importance. The first literary texts from the area of Austria date back to Leopold's time, which are the writings of Henry of Melk and Ava of Göttweig. He is buried in the Klosterneuburg monastery, which owes him its existence. In 1663, under the rule of his namesake Emperor Leopold I, he was declared patron saint of Austria instead of Saint Koloman. There is no school on November 15 in Vienna, Lower Austria and Upper Austria. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.)

Agnes Princess Of The Holy Roman Empire

F, b. 1073, d. September 24, 1143

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Family 1: Frederick I of Swabia (b. 1050, d. July 21, 1105)

Family 2: St Leopold III (The St Margrave) Of Austria (b. circa 1084, d. November 15, 1136)

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  • Birth: Agnes Princess Of The Holy Roman Empire was born in 1073 in Klosterneuburg, Niederosterreich, Austria.
  • Marriage: She and Frederick I of Swabia were married in 1189 in Regensburg, Bayern, Germany.
  • Death: Agnes Princess Of The Holy Roman Empire died on September 24, 1143, at age ~70.

Leopold II Margrave Of Austria

M, b. circa 1055, d. October 12, 1096

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Family: Ida Countess Of Cham (b. circa 1063)

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  • Birth: Leopold II Margrave Of Austria was born circa 1055 in Tulln, Niederoesterreic, Austria.
  • Death: He died on October 12, 1096.
  • Note: Leopold II (1050 – October 12, 1095) was a Babenberg Margrave of Austria ruling from 1075 onwards. He was known as Leopold the 'fair'. He was the son of Ernest the Brave and Adelheid, the daughter of Margrave Dedi (or Dedo) II of Meissen and father of Leopold III as well as seven daughters who married Dukes and Counts from Carinthia, Bohemia and Germany. His wife, Itha (or Ida), countess of Cham (1060-1101), died on a crusade. They were married in 1065 in Cham, Oberphalz, Bavaria.

    In the Investiture Dispute, he first sided with Emperor Henry IV, but in 1081 at the Diet of Tulln switched sides under the influence of his wife Itha and Bishop Altmann of Passau. Subsequently, he was deposed by the Emperor, who gave the fief to Vratislav II of Bohemia, who defeated Leopold in the Battle of Mailberg. Ultimately, Leopold managed to retain his position, but he lost some territory in Southern Moravia. Leopold resided in Gars am Kamp.

    In 1089 Leopold II helped pay for the construction of Melk Abbey in eastern Austria by donating the land for the new Abbey. A few miles away from Melk Abbey, in eastern Austria, are the ruins of Thunau a Kamp castle, once a summer residence of Leopold II. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.)

Ida Countess Of Cham

F, b. circa 1063

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Family: Leopold II Margrave Of Austria (b. circa 1055, d. October 12, 1096)

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  • Birth: Ida Countess Of Cham was born circa 1063 in Cham, Oberpfalz, Bavaria, Germany.

Ernst II (the Bold) Margrave Of Austria

M, b. circa 1024, d. June 9, 1075

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Family: Adelheid Princess Of Ostmark (b. circa 1040, d. January 26, 1071)

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  • Birth: Ernst II (the Bold) Margrave Of Austria was born circa 1024 in Tulln, Niederoesterreic, Austria.
  • Death: He died on June 9, 1075.

Adelheid Princess Of Ostmark

F, b. circa 1040, d. January 26, 1071

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Family: Ernst II (the Bold) Margrave Of Austria (b. circa 1024, d. June 9, 1075)

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  • Birth: Adelheid Princess Of Ostmark was born circa 1040 in Meissen, Dresden, Saxony, Germany.
  • Death: She died on January 26, 1071 in Niederoesterreic, Austria.

Adalbert Margrave Of Austria

M, b. circa 987, d. 1055

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Family: Frowila Princess Orseolo (b. circa 1001)

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  • Birth: Adalbert Margrave Of Austria was born circa 987 in Melk, Niederoesterreic, Austria.
  • Death: He died in 1055.

Frowila Princess Orseolo

F, b. circa 1001

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Family: Adalbert Margrave Of Austria (b. circa 987, d. 1055)

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  • Birth: Frowila Princess Orseolo was born circa 1001 in Venezia, Venezia, Italy.

Ottone (Pietro) Orseolo, Doge Of Venice

M, b. 970

Family: Maria of Hungary (b. circa 982)

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  • Birth: Ottone (Pietro) Orseolo, Doge Of Venice, was born in 970.

Maria of Hungary

F, b. circa 982

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  • Birth: Maria of Hungary was born circa 982 in Esztergom, Komarom-Esztergom, Hungary.
  • Occupation: She was a Helena.