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Ramlah umm Habibah bint Abu Sufyan (?)1,2,3

b. circa 595, d. 664
Ramlah umm Habibah bint Abu Sufyan (?)|b. c 595\nd. 664|p299.htm#i21269|Abu Sufyan (?)||p196.htm#i22161||||||||||||||||
FatherAbu Sufyan (?)2
     Ramlah umm Habibah bint Abu Sufyan (?) was born circa 595. She was the daughter of Abu Sufyan (?).2 Ramlah umm Habibah bint Abu Sufyan (?) married Ubaidullah ibn Jash (?), son of Umayma d.'Abdu'l Muttalib (?), before 615; Her 1st.2,4 Ramlah umm Habibah bint Abu Sufyan (?) migrated to Abyssinia with her first husband where he renounced Islam and converted to Christianity, later dying as a Christian.3 She and Ubaidullah ibn Jash (?) joined the first band of persecuted Muslims who sought refuge under the Christian King of Ethiopia (Abyssinia) in 615 at Ethiopia.4 The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) sent 'Amr bin Umayyah Al-Damri as his envoy to propose marriage to her. She accepted and hence, the Negus conducted the marriage contract, offering 400 dinars as a dowry on the Prophet's behalf.3 Ramlah umm Habibah bint Abu Sufyan (?) married Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet, son of 'Abd Allâh ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim and Aminah bint Wahab al-Qurayshi (as), after March 628; His 10th. Her 2nd (widow).1,4 Ramlah umm Habibah bint Abu Sufyan (?) died in 664 at 44 A.H..3

Family 1

Ubaidullah ibn Jash (?)

Family 2

Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet b. 9 May 570, d. 8 June 632

Citations

  1. [S911] Hadrian to Islam, online http://users.iafrica.com/l/ll/lloyd/1-TimeLine/…..
  2. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html, WIVES.
  3. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's wives.
  4. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html, UBAIDULLAH B. JASH.

Earconbert, King of Kent1

b. circa 630, d. 14 July 664
Earconbert, King of Kent|b. c 630\nd. 14 Jul 664|p299.htm#i10023|King of Kent Eadbald of Kent|b. c 598\nd. 20 Jan 640|p297.htm#i10024|Emma des Francs|b. c 612\nd. 642|p297.htm#i10048|Æthelberht I., High King of the English|b. 552\nd. 24 Feb 616|p296.htm#i10025|Berta|b. c 550\nd. 616|p296.htm#i10052|Chlothacharius I., rex Francorum|b. Jun 584\nd. 28 Sep 628|p296.htm#i7910|Berthetrude of Burgundy|b. c 582\nd. 618|p296.htm#i7912|
FatherKing of Kent Eadbald of Kent2 b. circa 598, d. 20 January 640
MotherEmma des Francs b. circa 612, d. 642
     Also called Eakenberht. Earconbert, King of Kent was born circa 630. He was the son of King of Kent Eadbald of Kent and Emma des Francs.2 King of Kent at England between 640 and 664.3 Earconbert, King of Kent witnessed the death of King of Kent Eadbald of Kent on 20 January 640 at England; "In the year of our Lord 640, Eadbald, king of Kent, departed this life, and left his kingdom to his son Earconbert, which he most nobly governed twenty-four years and some months."4,5 Earconbert, King of Kent married Seaxburh, Queen of Kent, daughter of Anna, King of the East Angles and Sæwara (?), before 660. Earconbert, King of Kent was the predecessor of King of Kent Egbert I of Kent; King of Kent.6 Earconbert, King of Kent died on 14 July 664.7

Family

Seaxburh, Queen of Kent b. circa 635, d. circa 700
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 233A-46.
  2. [S602] St. "the Venerable," c. 673-735 Bede, Bede's History, Book III, Chap VIII.
  3. [S602] St. "the Venerable," c. 673-735 Bede, Bede's History, Book III, Chap VIII - "nobly governed twenty-four years and some months".
  4. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  5. [S602] St. "the Venerable," c. 673-735 Bede, Bede's History, Book III, Chap VIII - for year only.
  6. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, ...of Kent.
  7. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm

Brenin Gwent, Glywyssing, a Ergyng Meurig ap Tewdrig o Gwent1

b. circa 596, d. circa 665
Brenin Gwent, Glywyssing, a Ergyng Meurig ap Tewdrig o Gwent|b. c 596\nd. c 665|p299.htm#i11917|Brenin Gwent a Glywyssing St. Tewdrig ap Llywarch o Gwent|b. c 580\nd. c 630|p296.htm#i11919||||Brenin Gwent a Glywyssing Llywarch a. N. o Gwent|b. c 564|p97.htm#i11920||||||||||
FatherBrenin Gwent a Glywyssing St. Tewdrig ap Llywarch o Gwent b. circa 580, d. circa 630
     Brenin Gwent, Glywyssing, a Ergyng Meurig ap Tewdrig o Gwent was born circa 596.2 He was the son of Brenin Gwent a Glywyssing St. Tewdrig ap Llywarch o Gwent. Brenin Gwent, Glywyssing, a Ergyng Meurig ap Tewdrig o Gwent married Onbrawst verch Gwrgant o Gwent, daughter of Brenin Ergyng Gwrgant Fawr ap Cynfyn o Gwent, before 616; 3rd cousins.2 Brenin Gwent, Glywyssing, a Ergyng Meurig ap Tewdrig o Gwent was the successor of Brenin Gwent a Glywyssing St. Tewdrig ap Llywarch o Gwent; King of Gwent & Glywyssing.1 King of Gwent & Glywyssing at South East Wales between 625 and 665.1 Brenin Gwent, Glywyssing, a Ergyng Meurig ap Tewdrig o Gwent was the successor of Brenin Ergyng Gwrgant Fawr ap Cynfyn o Gwent; King of Ergyng.1 King of Ergyng at South East Wales between 630 and 665.1 Brenin Gwent, Glywyssing, a Ergyng Meurig ap Tewdrig o Gwent reunited Gwent and Ergyng under his energetic reign circa 650.1 He died circa 665. He was the predecessor of Brenin Gwent, Glywyssing a Ergyng Athrwys ap Meurig o Gwent; King of Gwent, Glywyssing & Ergyng.1

Family

Onbrawst verch Gwrgant o Gwent b. circa 602
Child

Hafsa bint 'Umar ibn al-Khattab Bani Adiy1

b. circa 590, d. circa 665
Hafsa bint 'Umar ibn al-Khattab Bani Adiy|b. c 590\nd. c 665|p299.htm#i16973|'Umar ibn al-Khattab, 2nd Rightly Guided Caliph of Islam|b. c 586\nd. 644|p297.htm#i16974||||al-Khattab i. N. Bani Adiy|b. c 561|p191.htm#i21077||||||||||
Father'Umar ibn al-Khattab, 2nd Rightly Guided Caliph of Islam1 b. circa 586, d. 644
     Hafsa bint 'Umar ibn al-Khattab Bani Adiy was a daughter of Umar.2 She was born circa 590. She was the daughter of 'Umar ibn al-Khattab, 2nd Rightly Guided Caliph of Islam.1 Hafsa bint 'Umar ibn al-Khattab Bani Adiy was one of those who embraced Islam early and migrated to Medina together with her first husband after 610.3 She married N. N. (?); Her 1st.3 Hafsa bint 'Umar ibn al-Khattab Bani Adiy married Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet, son of 'Abd Allâh ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim and Aminah bint Wahab al-Qurayshi (as), after 15 March 624; His 4th. Her 2nd (widow).1,4,2,3 Hafsa bint 'Umar ibn al-Khattab Bani Adiy died circa 665 at 45 A.H., Medina, Arabia.3 Hafsa bint 'Umar ibn al-Khattab Bani Adiy was buried in Medina, Arabia.3

Family 1

N. N. (?) d. March 624

Family 2

Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet b. 9 May 570, d. 8 June 632

Citations

  1. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  2. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html, HAFSAH.
  3. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's wives.
  4. [S911] Hadrian to Islam, online http://users.iafrica.com/l/ll/lloyd/1-TimeLine/…..

Gisa of the Langobardi1

b. circa 664, d. circa 665
Gisa of the Langobardi|b. c 664\nd. c 665|p299.htm#i23146|Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum|b. bt 600 - 605\nd. 671|p299.htm#i9790|Theodorata of the Bavarii|b. c 640|p205.htm#i23141|Gisulf I. ex genere Gausus, duc di Frioul|b. 565\nd. bt 610 - 611|p295.htm#i10437|Romilda von Bayern|b. c 565\nd. 610|p295.htm#i10438|Aribert I., Langobardenkönig|b. c 585\nd. 661|p298.htm#i9787||||
FatherGrimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum1 b. between 600 and 605, d. 671
MotherTheodorata of the Bavarii1 b. circa 640
     Gisa of the Langobardi was born circa 664. He was the son of Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum and Theodorata of the Bavarii.1 Gisa of the Langobardi died circa 665. He died a hostage in Syracuse.1

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Langobarden-Fürsten.

Diarmait, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann1

d. 665
Diarmait, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 665|p299.htm#i27993|Áed Sláine mac Diarmata, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 604|p295.htm#i14582||||Diarmait m. C., rí Midi, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 558|p292.htm#i14576|Mugain i. C. Uí Briúin||p125.htm#i14580|||||||
FatherÁed Sláine mac Diarmata, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann2,3 d. 604
     Diarmait, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was the son of Áed Sláine mac Diarmata, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann.2,3 20th co-High-King of Ireland before 665.1 Diarmait, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann died in 665.3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1445] Francis J. Byrne, Irish Kings and High-Kings, App II, table 2.
  2. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, ¶960].
  3. [S1445] Francis J. Byrne, Irish Kings and High-Kings, pg. 281.

rí Mumhan Cathal Cú-cen-máthair mac Cathail Eóghanacht Glendamnacht1

d. between 665 and 666
rí Mumhan Cathal Cú-cen-máthair mac Cathail Eóghanacht Glendamnacht|d. bt 665 - 666|p299.htm#i14158|rí Mumhan Cathal mac Áedo Flaind Chathrach Eóghanacht Glendamnacht|d. 628|p296.htm#i14159||||Áed F. C. m. C. Eóghanacht Glendamnacht||p120.htm#i14160||||||||||
Fatherrí Mumhan Cathal mac Áedo Flaind Chathrach Eóghanacht Glendamnacht2,3 d. 628
     Rí Mumhan Cathal Cú-cen-máthair mac Cathail Eóghanacht Glendamnacht was the son of rí Mumhan Cathal mac Áedo Flaind Chathrach Eóghanacht Glendamnacht.2,3 Also called Cathal II Cú-cen-máthair mac Cathail.4 Rí Mumhan Cathal Cú-cen-máthair mac Cathail Eóghanacht Glendamnacht died between 665 and 666.5,4

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Heber Finn, 101.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Heber Finn, 100.
  3. [S303] Eoghanacht Genealogies, ., 1703 unknown repository.
  4. [S636] Ireland: History in Maps, online http://www.fortunecity.com/bally/kilkenny/2/iremaps.htm, 665/66 Cathal II Cú-cen-máthair mac Cathail, died (EG).
  5. [S470] Prince of Desmond The MacCarthy Mór, "Eóghanacht Kings of Munster".

rí Laigin Fáelán mac Colmáin Uí Dúnlainge1

b. before 576, d. 666
rí Laigin Fáelán mac Colmáin Uí Dúnlainge|b. b 576\nd. 666|p299.htm#i12033|rí Laighen Colmán mac Cairpri Uí Dúnlainge|b. b 546\nd. 576|p293.htm#i12034|Fedelm ingen Óengusa of Uí Teig||p152.htm#i17274|rí Laighen Cairpre m. C. Uí Dúnlainge|b. c 528\nd. 546|p292.htm#i12035||||Áengus of Uí Teig||p152.htm#i17275|Lassi ingen Fergnae||p152.htm#i17276|
Fatherrí Laighen Colmán mac Cairpri Uí Dúnlainge2,3 b. before 546, d. 576
MotherFedelm ingen Óengusa of Uí Teig1,4
     Rí Laigin Fáelán mac Colmáin Uí Dúnlainge was born before 576. He was the son of rí Laighen Colmán mac Cairpri Uí Dúnlainge and Fedelm ingen Óengusa of Uí Teig.2,3,1,4 Rí Laigin Fáelán mac Colmáin Uí Dúnlainge married Sárnat ingen Echach of Fotharta Fea, daughter of Eochu mac Báeth of Fotharta Fea, before 618. King of Laigin at Ireland between 633 and 666.5,1 Chronicon Scotorum 666: "Faelán son of Colmán, king of Laigin, dies."3 Rí Laigin Fáelán mac Colmáin Uí Dúnlainge died in 666.5,6,1,3

Family

Sárnat ingen Echach of Fotharta Fea b. circa 585
Child

Citations

  1. [S483] Stewart Baldwin, Llywelyn ap Iorwerth's ancestors in "Baldwin-Llywelyn," listserve message Dec 1998.
  2. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, 18.
  3. [S333] W. Hennessy, Chronicon Scotorum, Annal CS666.
  4. [S498] Margaret E. Dobbs, "Women of the Uí Dunlainge".
  5. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  6. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 14.c.16.

Eochaid Iarlaithe, rí Dál nAriadi

d. 666
Eochaid Iarlaithe, rí Dál nAriadi|d. 666|p299.htm#i18306|Fiachna Lurgan, rí Uladh, rí Dál nAriadi|d. 626|p296.htm#i18307||||Báetán C., rí Dál nAriadi||p163.htm#i18308||||||||||
FatherFiachna Lurgan, rí Uladh, rí Dál nAriadi d. 626
     Eochaid Iarlaithe, rí Dál nAriadi was the son of Fiachna Lurgan, rí Uladh, rí Dál nAriadi. King of the Cruithin.1 Eochaid Iarlaithe, rí Dál nAriadi died in 666.1 Annals of Ulster 666: "Eochaid Iarlaithe, king of the Cruithin, dies. / Eochaid Iarlaithi, rex Cruithne, moritur."1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S897] [unknown], AU, U666.3.

Cernach Sotal1

d. 668
Cernach Sotal|d. 668|p299.htm#i27992|Diarmait, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 665|p299.htm#i27993||||Áed S. m. D., rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 604|p295.htm#i14582||||||||||
FatherDiarmait, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann2,1 d. 665
     Cernach Sotal was the son of Diarmait, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann.2,1 Cernach Sotal died in 668.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1445] Francis J. Byrne, Irish Kings and High-Kings, pg. 281.
  2. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, ¶960].

Constans II Pogonatus, basileus1

b. 630, d. 15 September 668
Constans II Pogonatus, basileus|b. 630\nd. 15 Sep 668|p299.htm#i12358|Heraclius Constantine III, basileus|b. 3 May 612\nd. 24 May 641|p297.htm#i12361|Gregoria (?)||p144.htm#i16368|Heraclius, basileus|b. c 575\nd. 11 Feb 641|p297.htm#i12362|Eudokia (?)|b. c 585\nd. 612|p295.htm#i12363|||||||
FatherHeraclius Constantine III, basileus1,2 b. 3 May 612, d. 24 May 641
MotherGregoria (?)2
      Constans II Pogonatus, basileus was born in 630 at Constantinople, Byzantine Empire.3,4 He was the son of Heraclius Constantine III, basileus and Gregoria (?).1,2 Constans II Pogonatus, basileus was the successor of Heraclius Constantine III, basileus; co-Emperor.5,6 Constans II Pogonatus, basileus succeeded his father to the imperial title in September 641.4 Emperor of the East at Byzantine Empire between September 641 and 668.5 He saw the Muslim Arabs seize Egypt from Byzantium in the second year of his reign in 643.4 He witnessed the Arabs invading Armenia in 647.4 He married Fausta (?) before 650.3 Constans II Pogonatus, basileus fought the Arabs at sea off the coast of Asia Minor; his fleet was routed, and he escaped death only through the heroism of one of his soldiers, in 655.4 He was able to secure a nonaggression treaty with the Arab governor of Syria after the murder of the caliph 'Uthman ibn 'Affan touched off a civil war among the Arabs that otherwise prevented them from attacking Constantinople, in 659.4 He made his son Constantine IV co-emperor in 660.4 He was co-ruler with basileus Constantine IV the Heraclian; co-Emperor.4 Constans II Pogonatus, basileus left the capital, detested as a fratricide by his subjects in Constantinople, and traveled westward, passing through northern Italy to Rome and then settling at Syracuse in 663 at Sicily.4 He died on 15 September 668 at Sicily at age 38 years. While bathing he was murdered by a cubicularius.1,7,4,8

Family 1

Fausta (?) b. circa 630
Child

Family 2

Children

Citations

  1. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 211, genealogy table 6, the House of Heraclius..
  2. [S25] J. M. Hussey, Cambridge Medieval History, Vol 4, Part 1, pg. 789.
  3. [S233] DIR, online http://www.roman-emperors.org/impindex.htm
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Constans II Pogonatus (Byz. emp.) .
  5. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  6. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Heraclius (Byz. emp.).
  7. [S295] Philip Sherrard, GAM: Byzantium, pg. 76.
  8. [S233] DIR, online http://www.roman-emperors.org/impindex.htm, Mezezius (668-669 A.D.) .

St. Theodard de Liège

b. circa 630, d. 669
St. Theodard de Liège|b. c 630\nd. 669|p299.htm#i8151|Nobleman of Austrasia|b. c 605|p64.htm#i8161||||||||||||||||
FatherNobleman of Austrasia b. circa 605
     St. Theodard de Liège married unknown (?). St. Theodard de Liège was born circa 630. He was the son of Nobleman of Austrasia. St. Theodard de Liège married N. N. des Francs, daughter of Dagoberchtus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Regintrude of Austrasia, before 665; Discounted theory.1 St. Theodard de Liège died in 669. Died a martyr.2

Family 1

N. N. des Francs b. 632

Family 2

unknown (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas.
  2. [S249] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia.

basileus Mzez Gnuni

d. 669
     Komes of the Opsikion.1 Basileus Mzez Gnuni was descended from the princely Gnuni house.1 He was the successor of Constans II Pogonatus, basileus; Emperor of the East.2 Patrikios.1 Basileus Mzez Gnuni murdered his Emperor, Constans II, and assumed the imperial throne on 16 September 668.1 Emperor of the East at Byzantine Empire between 16 September 668 and 669.1 He died in 669. Per the Liber pontificalis (a pontifical history from Peter to the ninth century). In 1.346, it states that troops from Italy and Africa arrived shortly after Constans' murder and quickly quelled the revolt. After executing Mezezius, they sent his head to Constantine IV in Constantinople to demonstrate their loyalty.1

Citations

  1. [S233] DIR, online http://www.roman-emperors.org/impindex.htm, Mezezius (668-669 A.D.) .
  2. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html

Safiyah bat Huyay Banu Akhtab1,2,3

b. circa 608, d. circa 670
Safiyah bat Huyay Banu Akhtab|b. c 608\nd. c 670|p299.htm#i21270|Huyay Banu Akhtab||p170.htm#i21676||||||||||||||||
FatherHuyay Banu Akhtab2
     Safiyah bat Huyay Banu Akhtab was a Jewess (of the Qurayzah tribe?), whose husband, father and brothers had been massacred by Muslims.1 She was a Jew of the Banu Akhtab, and one of the captives of the Battle of Khaibar.3 She became one of the wives of Muhammad after the raid of the Jewish settlement, at which her husband was killed.4 She was born circa 608. She was the daughter of Huyay Banu Akhtab.2 Safiyah bat Huyay Banu Akhtab embraced Islam and the Prophet (peace be upon him) married her.3 She married Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet, son of 'Abd Allâh ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim and Aminah bint Wahab al-Qurayshi (as), after March 628; His 11th. Her 2nd (widow).1 Safiyah bat Huyay Banu Akhtab died circa 670 at 50 A.H., Medina, Arabia.3

Family

Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet b. 9 May 570, d. 8 June 632

Citations

  1. [S911] Hadrian to Islam, online http://users.iafrica.com/l/ll/lloyd/1-TimeLine/…..
  2. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html
  3. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's wives.
  4. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html, SAFIYA BINT HUYAI .

regina Chinechildis des Burgondes1

b. 625, d. 670
     Also called Chimnechild of Burgundy.2 Regina Chinechildis des Burgondes was born in 625.3 She married rex Austrasii Sigibertus III des Francs, son of Dagoberchtus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Regintrude of Austrasia, before 652; His 2nd.2,1 Regina Chinechildis des Burgondes died in 670 at age 45 years.3

Family

rex Austrasii Sigibertus III des Francs b. between 9 October 630 and 19 January 631, d. 1 February 656
Children

Citations

  1. [S1202] . MGH-DI, Diplomata Regum Francorum E Stirpe Merowingica, pg. 25.
  2. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  3. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 303-45.

Exilarch Bustanai ben Haninai beni David1,2

b. circa 590, d. 670
Exilarch Bustanai ben Haninai beni David|b. c 590\nd. 670|p299.htm#i12958|Exilarch Haninai I ben Hofnai beni David|d. 589|p294.htm#i12961|N. N. bat Hananiah mi-Sura||p106.htm#i12962|Exilarch Hofnai b. A. beni David||p106.htm#i12964||||Gaon Hananiah mi-Sura||p106.htm#i12963||||
FatherExilarch Haninai I ben Hofnai beni David3 d. 589
MotherN. N. bat Hananiah mi-Sura3
     His name, Bustenai, is from bustan, which means "orchard."4 The last Persian king [Chosroes II is the last great Persian king], inimical to the Jews, decided to extinguish the royal house of David, no one being left of that house but a young woman whose husband had been killed shortly after his marriage [the Exilarch Haninai's widow]. Then the king dreamed he was in a garden ( "bostan" ) , where he uprooted the trees and broke the branches, and, as he was lifting up his ax against a little root, an old man snatched the ax away from him and gave him a severe blow that almost killed him, saying: "Are you not satisfied with having destroyed all the beautiful trees of my garden, that you now try to destroy also the last root? Truly you deserve that your memory perish from the earth." The king thereupon promised to guard the last plant of the garden very carefully. No one but an old Jewish sage was able to interpret the dream, and he said: "The garden represents the house of David, all of whose descendants you have destroyed except a young woman with her unborn baby. The old man you saw was David, to whom you promised that his house should be renewed by this boy." The Jewish sage, who was the father of the young woman, brought her to the king, and she was assigned rooms fitted up with princely splendor, where she gave birth to a boy, who received the name "Bostanai" from the garden ("bostan") which the king had seen in his dream.5,6 Also called Bostanaï.7 Exilarch Bustanai ben Haninai beni David married N. N. the Jew; His 1st.1,5 Exilarch Bustanai ben Haninai beni David was born circa 590. His father was killed in 589, before he was born. He was the son of Exilarch Haninai I ben Hofnai beni David and N. N. bat Hananiah mi-Sura.3 Exilarch Bustanai ben Haninai beni David was recognised the heads of the two principal academies of Babylonian Jewry, and through him by the Muslim caliphate, as final arbiters of Jewish law and the religious heads of all Jewish communities under Muslim rule circa 640.8 He was recognized as Exilarch, leader of the Jews, in return for the valuable assistance of the Babylonian Jews in Caliph Omar's campaigns against Persia in 642.7 He was the first Exilarch to be recognized by Arab rule in 642.9 He was a witness where 'Umar ibn al-Khattab, 2nd Rightly Guided Caliph of Islam recognized the Exilarch in Babylon in return for the valuable assistance of the Babylonian Jews in his campaigns against Persia in 642.7 Exilarch Bustanai ben Haninai beni David as the exilarch, both in bearing and in mode of life, was considered a prince.7 He was married King Yazdigird III's daughter Dara in a marriage arranged by the establisher of Islam, Ali, Mohammed’s son-in-law, the first Imam and the establisher of Islam in 657.5,10,9 He married Izdundad, Princess of Iran, daughter of Yazdgard III, Shah of Iran, in 657; His 2nd.11,1,5,10 Exilarch at Babylonia before 670.2,12 Exilarch Bustanai ben Haninai beni David died in 670.1,2 He was the predecessor of Exilarch Hisdai I Shahrijar ben Bustanai beni David; Exilarch.13,14 Exilarch Bustanai ben Haninai beni David was the predecessor of Exilarch Haninai II bar 'Adai ben Bustanai beni David; Exilarch.

Family 1

N. N. the Jew
Child

Family 2

Izdundad, Princess of Iran b. circa 640
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-46.
  2. [S920] ., "Babylonian Exilarchs Tree," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart (91), Thursday, May 17, 2001 6:27 PM.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-47.
  4. [S625] Medieval Jewish Names, online http://www.yucs.org
  5. [S627] Throne of David, online www.bupc.org/resources/THE%20THRONE%20OF%20DAVID.htm.
  6. [S630] Louis Ginzberg, "Bostanai", pg. 31.
  7. [S585] Transcribed by Douglas J. Potter The Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol VIII - History of the Jews.
  8. [S911] Hadrian to Islam, online http://users.iafrica.com/l/ll/lloyd/1-TimeLine/…..
  9. [S1269] History of the Jewish People, online http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/top.htm, 642.
  10. [S631] 'Abdu'l-Baha, Some Answered Questions, pg. 57.
  11. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-44.
  12. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Mesopotamia & Arabia, the Resh Galuta.
  13. [S920] ., "Babylonian Exilarchs Tree," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart (91), Thursday, May 17, 2001 6:27 PM, no dates.
  14. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Mesopotamia & Arabia, the Resh Galuta 670 -.
  15. [S274] INRIA - Domaine de Voluceau - Rocquencourt, 04 NOV 1999.
  16. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 408-43.

Blathmac mac Máel Coba, rí Uladh

d. 670
Blathmac mac Máel Coba, rí Uladh|d. 670|p299.htm#i18295|Máel Cobo, rí Uladh|d. 647|p298.htm#i18298||||Fiachna D. m. D., rí Uladh|d. 624|p296.htm#i18299|Cumne F. i. B. C. Dál n-Araidhe||p163.htm#i18300|||||||
FatherMáel Cobo, rí Uladh d. 647
     Blathmac mac Máel Coba, rí Uladh was the son of Máel Cobo, rí Uladh. Blathmac mac Máel Coba, rí Uladh died in 670.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S294] Various, Irish Annals.

Maimunah bint Al-Harith (?)1

b. circa 600, d. 670
     Her real name was Burrah, but the Prophet changed it to Maimunah.1 Maimunah bint Al-Harith (?) dedicated herself to the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the following Qur'anic verse was revealed pertaining to her: "And any believing woman who dedicates her soul to the Prophet." (Surah Al-Ahzab, Verse: 50).1 Also called Maymunah (?).2 She was born circa 600. She married Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet, son of 'Abd Allâh ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim and Aminah bint Wahab al-Qurayshi (as), in March 629 at Mecca, Arabia; His 11th. Her 2nd (widow).2,1 Maimunah bint Al-Harith (?) died in 670 at 50 A.H..1

Family

Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet b. 9 May 570, d. 8 June 632

Citations

  1. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's wives.
  2. [S911] Hadrian to Islam, online http://users.iafrica.com/l/ll/lloyd/1-TimeLine/…..

al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam1

b. 28 February 625, d. 26 March 670
al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam|b. 28 Feb 625\nd. 26 Mar 670|p299.htm#i10891|'Alî al-Murtadha ibn Abû Tâlib, 1st Holy Imam of Islam|b. 27 Sep 600\nd. 26 Jan 661|p298.htm#i10893|Fâtimah al-Zahra bint Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh Banu Hâshim (as)|b. c 605\nd. c 633|p297.htm#i10894|Âbu Tâlib ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib, Clan Chief|b. c 550\nd. 619|p296.htm#i10895|Fatima b. A. i. H. al-Qurayshiyya|b. c 556|p85.htm#i10896|Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet|b. 9 May 570\nd. 8 Jun 632|p297.htm#i10984|Khadîjah bint Khuwaylid banu As'sad al-Qurayshiyya|b. c 555\nd. bt 619 - 620|p296.htm#i10985|
Father'Alî al-Murtadha ibn Abû Tâlib, 1st Holy Imam of Islam2 b. 27 September 600, d. 26 January 661
MotherFâtimah al-Zahra bint Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh Banu Hâshim (as)2 b. circa 605, d. circa 633
      Al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam was given the Laqab (Title) "Al-Sibt al-Kabir" (the elder grandson), "Al-Mujtaba".3 He was a son of Fatima, the daughter of the holy Prophet.1 He was the eldest of the sons of 'Ali bin Abi Talib and Fatimah bint Muhammad.4 He was related to Umm Abdullah bint al-Hasan Banu Hâshim; the daughter of Imam Hasan.3 Al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam was born on 28 February 625 at 15th of Ramadhan 3 A.H., al-Medina, Saudi Arabia.1,3 He was the son of 'Alî al-Murtadha ibn Abû Tâlib, 1st Holy Imam of Islam and Fâtimah al-Zahra bint Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh Banu Hâshim (as).2 Al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam was the successor of 'Alî al-Murtadha ibn Abû Tâlib, 1st Holy Imam of Islam; 4th Rightly Guided Caliph of Islâm.5,6,7 Al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam was a witness where Mu' âwiya I ibn Abû Sufyân bin Harb, 1st Umayyad Caliph opposed `Ali bin Abi Talib and fought him at the Battle of Siffin which ended with the Arbitration in 657.8 Al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam sworn Caliph after his father's murder, but quarreled with Muawiya ibn Aby Sufyan about the succession, and preferring peace allowed Muawiya to prevail and became Caliph in Damascus in 661.4 He succeeded his father as the second rightful leader, Imam, of the Muslim community in 661. He was the predecessor of Mu' âwiya I ibn Abû Sufyân bin Harb, 1st Umayyad Caliph; 1st Umayyad Caliph.8 5th Rightly Guided Caliph of Islâm (elected) between 26 January 661 and 661.9,6 2nd Holy Imâm of Islâm between 26 January 661 and 26 March 670.6 Al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam was the Second Imam on 28 January 661 at 21st of Ramadhan 40.1 He married Jada bint al-Ash'ath, daughter of al-Ash'ath (?), before 669; "He had upwards of 90 wives and 300-400 concubines."10 Al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam died on 26 March 670 at 28th Safar 50 A.H., al-Medina, Saudi Arabia, at age 45 years and 26 days. Died after a long illness. Some say he was martyred by poison by his wife Jada at the instigation of Mu'awiya.11,12 He was a witness where Mu' âwiya I ibn Abû Sufyân bin Harb, 1st Umayyad Caliph said to have instigated the martyrdom of the 2nd Holy Imam, al-Hasan, on 26 March 670.13 Al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam was buried in the al-Baggea Public Cemetery, al-Medina, Saudi Arabia. "His younger brother, the 3rd holy Imam prepared his body for the burial, in his Grandfather's(pbuh&hf) house, in AL-Medina. But was violently forced to bury his dead brother's body instead in the nearby Al-Baqgea Cemetery in Medina."14,3

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Jada bint al-Ash'ath b. circa 644
Child

Citations

  1. [S890] Ali Abbas, Shiíite Encyclopedia, Ch 1.b, pg. 41.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 432-45.
  3. [S891] Sayyid Murtada al-'Askari
    , The Twelve Successors, (Al-Qalam Translators and Writers Bureau, translator).
  4. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's grandchildren.
  5. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  6. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  7. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html, 'UTHMAN IBN 'AFFAN.
  8. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/
  9. [S255] MSA Islamic Server, online http://www.usc.edu/dept/MSA/
  10. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 432-44.
  11. [S890] Ali Abbas, Shiíite Encyclopedia, Ch 1.b, pg. 41 (either 7th or 28th).
  12. [S891] Sayyid Murtada al-'Askari
    , The Twelve Successors, (Al-Qalam Translators and Writers Bureau, translator): the 28th.
  13. [S890] Ali Abbas, Shiíite Encyclopedia.
  14. [S256] Messenger of Allah, online http://www.kuwait.net/~akar/html/nabi.html

Oswiu, High King of the English

b. 607?, d. circa 671
Oswiu, High King of the English|b. 607?\nd. c 671|p299.htm#i12303|Æthelfrith, King of Bernicia and Deira|b. c 570\nd. 616|p296.htm#i12297||||Æthelric I., King of Bernicia|b. c 540\nd. 572|p293.htm#i12296||||||||||
FatherÆthelfrith, King of Bernicia and Deira1 b. circa 570, d. 616
     Oswiu, High King of the English was born in 607?. He was the son of Æthelfrith, King of Bernicia and Deira.1 Oswiu, High King of the English was a witness where Eochaid Buide mac Áedáin, regis Pictorum provided refuge to the sons of Aethelfrith of Northumbria, Oswald and Oswy, in 617.2 Oswiu, High King of the English sought refuge, following his father's death, with Eochaid Buide of Dál Riata in 617.2 He married Rhiainfellt o Rheged; His 1st.3 Oswiu, High King of the English married Eanflæd of Northumbria, daughter of King of Northumbria Edwin of Northumbria; His 2nd.4,3 Oswiu, High King of the English married Rhiainfelt verch Rhoedd o ogledd Rheged, daughter of Brenin ogledd Rheged Rhoedd ap Rhun o ogledd Rheged, circa 638.5,6 Bretwalda of the English at England between 641 and 670.7 Oswiu, High King of the English succeeded St. Oswald, his brother, to the thrones of Bernicia and Deira in 642. King of Deira at Northumbria, England, between 642 and 644.1 King of Bernicia at Northumbria, England, between 642 and 670.1 King of Deira, restored at England between 664 and 670.1 King of Northumbria, the 1st at England between 664 and 15 February 670.1,6 He died circa 671.

Family 1

Rhiainfellt o Rheged b. 610?

Family 2

Children

Family 3

Eanflæd of Northumbria b. circa 614
Child

Family 4

Rhiainfelt verch Rhoedd o ogledd Rheged b. circa 618
Child

Citations

  1. [S427] Britannia.com, online www.britannia.com, http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/northumb.html
  2. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC7].
  3. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 284.
  4. [S1063] PASE, online http:\\www.asnc.cam.ac.uk\pase\Level1\homepage.html, BDDAB, p. 118; BEASE, p. 153; CDNB 1:876; DNB 16:315-16 = 6:315-16.
  5. [S266] EBK, online http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/…
  6. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm
  7. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  8. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 289.

Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum

b. between 600 and 605, d. 671
Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum|b. bt 600 - 605\nd. 671|p299.htm#i9790|Gisulf II ex genere Gausus, duc di Frioul|b. 565\nd. bt 610 - 611|p295.htm#i10437|Romilda von Bayern|b. c 565\nd. 610|p295.htm#i10438|Gisulf ex genere Gausus, Duke of the city of Forum Julii|b. c 540?|p75.htm#i9862||||Garibald I., Herzog von Bayern|b. 525\nd. 592|p294.htm#i8146||||
FatherGisulf II ex genere Gausus, duc di Frioul1,2 b. 565, d. between 610 and 611
MotherRomilda von Bayern1,2 b. circa 565, d. 610
     Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum was the youngest son of Duke Gisulf II of Friuli and Romilda.1 He was most likely of the royal Longobard dynasty the Gausen.1 He was born between 600 and 605.1 He was the son of Gisulf II ex genere Gausus, duc di Frioul and Romilda von Bayern.1,2 Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum was captured by the Avars, after being nearly killed by his own brother who thought he would be captured and was going to kill him to spare him the indignity circa 610. His captor, however, did not deign to strike him with the sword on account of his slender age, but rather kept him to be his servant. And returning to the camp, he took hold of the bridle of the horse and led the boy away, and exulted over so noble a booty - for he was a little fellow of elegant form with gleaming eyes and covered with long blonde hair - and when the boy grieved that he was carried away as a captive, "Pondering mighty thoughts within his diminutive bosom", he took out of the scabbard a sword, such as he was able to carry at that age, and struck the Avar who was leading him, with what little strength he could, on the top of the head. Straightway the blow passed through to the skull and the enemy was thrown from his horse. And the boy Grimoald turned his own horse around and took flight, greatly rejoicing, and at last joined his brothers and gave them incalculable joy by his escape and by announcing, moreover, the destruction of his enemy.2 He was the successor of Radoald ex genere Gausus, Duke of Benevento; Duke of Benevento.3 Duke of Benevento at Italy between 647 and 662.1 Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum married Ita of the Lombards, daughter of Aribert I, Langobardenkönig; His 1st.4 Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum was the successor of Godebert, Langobardenkönig; 21st King (at Ticinum) of the Longobards.5,6 Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum was the successor of Perctarit, Langobardenkönig; 20th King (at the city of Mediolanum) of the Longobards.5,7,6 Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum was the only southern duke to aim at the throne of Pavia.7 He succeeded his father-in-law to the Longobard throne in 662.5 He married into the Bavarian Dynasty of Longobard rulers.7 He married Theodorata of the Bavarii, daughter of Aribert I, Langobardenkönig, in 662; His 2nd.1 22nd King of the Longobards at Italy between 662 and 671.5,7,1 Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum was the predecessor of Romoald I ex genere Gausus, Duke of Benevento; Duke of Benevento.1,8 Styled Dominus Grimoaldus excellentissimus Rex gentis Langobardorum.9 Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum died in 671.1 He was the predecessor of Garibald ex genere Gausus, Prince of the Langobards; Crown Prince of the Longobards. Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum was buried in the Church of St. Ambrogio, Pavia, Lombardy, Italy.1

Family 1

Ita of the Lombards b. circa 637?
Child

Family 2

Theodorata of the Bavarii b. circa 640
Children

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Langobarden-Fürsten.
  2. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 4.XXXVII.
  3. [S1591] Chris Wickham, Early Medieval Italy, pg 224.
  4. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, Book 5, I.
  5. [S252] Neil Christie, TPoE: Lombards, pg. xxv.
  6. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 4.LI.
  7. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "The Lombard kingdom, 584-774".
  8. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 6.II, 16 years.
  9. [S1319] Velde: Royal Styles, online http://www.heraldica.org/topics/royalty/royalstyle.htm

Sechnussach, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann1

d. 671
Sechnussach, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 671|p299.htm#i29262|Blathmac, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann||p256.htm#i29261|Blathmac, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann||p256.htm#i29261|Áed S. m. D., rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 604|p295.htm#i14582||||Áed S. m. D., rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 604|p295.htm#i14582||||
FatherBlathmac, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann1
     Sechnussach, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was the son of Blathmac, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann and Blathmac, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann.1 Sechnussach, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann died in 671.1

Citations

  1. [S1445] Francis J. Byrne, Irish Kings and High-Kings, App II, table 2.

Drust II mac Donuel, King of Picts1

d. circa 672
Drust II mac Donuel, King of Picts|d. c 672|p299.htm#i18015|Domnall Brecc mac Echach, King of Dál Riata|b. 595\nd. 642|p297.htm#i5765|N. N. ingen Gwid||p160.htm#i18013|Eochaid B. m. Á., regis Pictorum|b. bt 583 - 584\nd. bt 629 - 631|p296.htm#i5766||||Gwid mac Brude|b. c 561|p160.htm#i17984|N. N. ingen Erb||p160.htm#i18012|
FatherDomnall Brecc mac Echach, King of Dál Riata2 b. 595, d. 642
MotherN. N. ingen Gwid2
     Drust II mac Donuel, King of Picts was the son of Domnall Brecc mac Echach, King of Dál Riata and N. N. ingen Gwid.2 Drust II mac Donuel, King of Picts succeeded his brother, Gartnait, to the Pictish throne in 663.1 King of Picts between 663 and 672.1 He died circa 672.

Citations

  1. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FA22].
  2. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., Chart 6. Celts (3) - The Picts.

Recaswind, King of the Visigoths

b. circa 649, d. 672
Recaswind, King of the Visigoths|b. c 649\nd. 672|p299.htm#i10551|Chindaswinth, King of the Visigoths|b. c 563\nd. 1 Oct 653|p298.htm#i10536|Rekiberga (?)|b. c 630|p82.htm#i10550|Swinthila, King of Spain|b. a 594\nd. 633|p297.htm#i10531|Theodora the Visigoth|b. c 600|p82.htm#i10532|||||||
FatherChindaswinth, King of the Visigoths b. circa 563, d. 1 October 653
MotherRekiberga (?) b. circa 630
     Also called Recceswinth. Recaswind, King of the Visigoths was born circa 649. Visigoth King of Spain between 649 and 672. He was the son of Chindaswinth, King of the Visigoths and Rekiberga (?). Recaswind, King of the Visigoths died in 672.

Domangart II mac Domnaill, King of Dál Riata1,2,3

b. 630, d. 673
Domangart II mac Domnaill, King of Dál Riata|b. 630\nd. 673|p299.htm#i5764|Domnall Brecc mac Echach, King of Dál Riata|b. 595\nd. 642|p297.htm#i5765|N. N. (?)|b. c 615|p124.htm#i14461|Eochaid B. m. Á., regis Pictorum|b. bt 583 - 584\nd. bt 629 - 631|p296.htm#i5766||||||||||
FatherDomnall Brecc mac Echach, King of Dál Riata4 b. 595, d. 642
MotherN. N. (?)5 b. circa 615
     Also called Domangart mac Domnaill.6 Domangart II mac Domnaill, King of Dál Riata was born in 630.3 He was the son of Domnall Brecc mac Echach, King of Dál Riata and N. N. (?).4,5 King of Dalriada.6 Annals of Ulster 673: "Iugulatio Domangairt m. Domnaill Bricc regis Dal Riati. / The killing of Domangart son of Domnall Brec, king of Dál Riata."7 Domangart II mac Domnaill, King of Dál Riata died in 673 at age 43 years.6,7

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 165-45.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 170-8 - It says, though, that he did not rule. The Kings list says he did..
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Fergus Mór mac Eirc, 118.
  4. [S298] HRH Prince Michael of Albany, Albany, pg. 17.
  5. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Bernic, 67.
  6. [S1096] Stewart Baldwin (e-mail address), Re: Kings of Scotland in "Re: Kings of Scotland," newsgroup message 1999/01/21
    .
  7. [S897] [unknown], AU, U673.2.
  8. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., Chart 6. Celts (3) - The Picts.

Dagobert des Francs

b. after 670, d. 673
Dagobert des Francs|b. a 670\nd. 673|p299.htm#i10216|Childericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 650\nd. Nov 675|p299.htm#i7933|Bélichilde des Francs|b. 654\nd. 675|p299.htm#i10210|Chlodoveus I., rex Francorum, viris inlustribus|b. 634\nd. 657|p298.htm#i7929|Balthild the Anglo-Saxon|b. c 626\nd. 30 Jan 680|p299.htm#i7930|rex Austrasii Sigibertus I. des Francs|b. bt 9 Oct 630 - 19 Jan 631\nd. 1 Feb 656|p298.htm#i7908|regina Chinechildis des Burgondes|b. 625\nd. 670|p299.htm#i7926|
FatherChildericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster1 b. circa 650, d. November 675
MotherBélichilde des Francs1 b. 654, d. 675
     Dagobert des Francs was born after 670. He was the son of Childericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Bélichilde des Francs.1 Dagobert des Francs died in 673.2

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/

Bishop Theodhard de Tongres1

b. 620, d. 673
Bishop Theodhard de Tongres|b. 620\nd. 673|p299.htm#i17243|N. N. (?)||p152.htm#i17245||||||||||||||||
FatherN. N. (?)1
     Also called St. Theodard of Tongres. Bishop Theodhard de Tongres was born in 620.1 He was the son of N. N. (?).1 Bishop of Tongres at Maastricht, the Diocese of Liège, between 660 and 669.1,2 Bishop Theodhard de Tongres died in 669 at age 49 years. He died a martyr in the struggle against paganism.2 He died in 673 at age 53 years.1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, Chart from The Ancestors of Charlemagne: Addendum to Addenda
    (January 31, 2000).
  2. [S585] Transcribed by Douglas J. Potter The Catholic Encyclopedia, IX:Liège.

Chlothacharius III, rex Francorum, vir inluster1

b. 653, d. 10 March 673
Chlothacharius III, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. 653\nd. 10 Mar 673|p299.htm#i7932|Chlodoveus II, rex Francorum, viris inlustribus|b. 634\nd. 657|p298.htm#i7929|Balthild the Anglo-Saxon|b. c 626\nd. 30 Jan 680|p299.htm#i7930|Dagoberchtus I., rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 603\nd. 19 Jan 639|p297.htm#i7909|Nantechild of Neustria|b. c 610\nd. 642|p297.htm#i7931|Prince Sisoigne d' Ascainie|b. c 600|p149.htm#i16858||||
FatherChlodoveus II, rex Francorum, viris inlustribus2,3,4,5 b. 634, d. 657
MotherBalthild the Anglo-Saxon2,5 b. circa 626, d. 30 January 680
     Chlothacharius III, rex Francorum, vir inluster was born in 653.5 He was the son of Chlodoveus II, rex Francorum, viris inlustribus and Balthild the Anglo-Saxon.2,3,4,5 Chlothacharius III, rex Francorum, vir inluster succeeded his father, Clovis II, to the Neustrian throne, he was little more than a puppet to his Mayor of the Palace, Ebroïn, and the first of the "do-nothing" kings or "rois fainants, in 657. 5th King of Neustria at Paris, Frankish Kingdoms, between 657 and 673.6,7 King of Burgundy at Frankish Kingdoms between 657 and 673.4 He was a witness where maire du palais de Neustrie Chrodbert de Neustrie was Chancellor of King Chlothar III of Neustria. Circa 665. Chlothacharius III, rex Francorum, vir inluster died on 10 March 673 at age 20 years.3,5

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1202] . MGH-DI, Diplomata Regum Francorum E Stirpe Merowingica, pg. 31.
  2. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  3. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table I.
  4. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  5. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  6. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table I - succession to Childeric II.
  7. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/, succession to Theodoric III.
  8. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..

King of Kent Egbert I of Kent1,2

b. circa 660, d. July 673
King of Kent Egbert I of Kent|b. c 660\nd. Jul 673|p299.htm#i10022|Earconbert, King of Kent|b. c 630\nd. 14 Jul 664|p299.htm#i10023|Seaxburh, Queen of Kent|b. c 635\nd. c 700|p300.htm#i10047|King of Kent Eadbald of Kent|b. c 598\nd. 20 Jan 640|p297.htm#i10024|Emma des Francs|b. c 612\nd. 642|p297.htm#i10048|Anna, King of the East Angles|d. 654|p298.htm#i13361|Sæwara (?)||p210.htm#i23649|
FatherEarconbert, King of Kent b. circa 630, d. 14 July 664
MotherSeaxburh, Queen of Kent b. circa 635, d. circa 700
     King of Kent Egbert I of Kent was born circa 660. He was the son of Earconbert, King of Kent and Seaxburh, Queen of Kent. King of Kent at England between 664 and 673.3 King of Kent Egbert I of Kent died in July 673.4

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 233A-45.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Wecta, 66.
  3. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, ...of Kent.
  4. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm

Congal Cendfota, rí Uladh

d. 674
Congal Cendfota, rí Uladh|d. 674|p299.htm#i18329|Dúnchad mac Fiachnae, rí Uladh|d. 644|p297.htm#i18328||||Fiachna D. m. D., rí Uladh|d. 624|p296.htm#i18299|Cumne D. i. F. Uí Tuirtri||p164.htm#i18326|||||||
FatherDúnchad mac Fiachnae, rí Uladh1 d. 644
     Congal Cendfota, rí Uladh was the son of Dúnchad mac Fiachnae, rí Uladh.1 Chronicon Scotorum 647: "Mael Cobo son of Fiachna, was killed, i.e. the king of Ulaid, by Congal Cennfada son of Dúnchad."2 Annals of Ulster 674: "Iugulatio Congaile Cennfhoti m. Dunchado regis Uloth. Becc Bairche interfecit eum. / The killing of Congal Cennfhatar son of Dúnchad, king of Ulaid. Béc of Bairche killed him."1 Congal Cendfota, rí Uladh died in 674.3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S897] [unknown], AU, U674.1.
  2. [S333] W. Hennessy, Chronicon Scotorum, Annal CS647.
  3. [S1445] Francis J. Byrne, Irish Kings and High-Kings, pg. 285.

Bélichilde des Francs1

b. 654, d. 675
Bélichilde des Francs|b. 654\nd. 675|p299.htm#i10210|rex Austrasii Sigibertus III des Francs|b. bt 9 Oct 630 - 19 Jan 631\nd. 1 Feb 656|p298.htm#i7908|regina Chinechildis des Burgondes|b. 625\nd. 670|p299.htm#i7926|Dagoberchtus I., rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 603\nd. 19 Jan 639|p297.htm#i7909|Regintrude of Austrasia|b. c 612|p64.htm#i8162|||||||
Fatherrex Austrasii Sigibertus III des Francs1,2 b. between 9 October 630 and 19 January 631, d. 1 February 656
Motherregina Chinechildis des Burgondes1,2 b. 625, d. 670
     Bélichilde des Francs was born in 654.2 She was the daughter of rex Austrasii Sigibertus III des Francs and regina Chinechildis des Burgondes.1,2 Bélichilde des Francs married Childericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster, son of Chlodoveus II, rex Francorum, viris inlustribus and Balthild the Anglo-Saxon, in 667; 1st cousins. This was an arranged marriage.1,2 Bélichilde des Francs died in 673 at age 19 years.2 She died in 675 at age 21 years.1

Family

Childericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster b. circa 650, d. November 675
Children

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/

Cenn Fáelad, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann1

d. 675
Cenn Fáelad, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 675|p299.htm#i29263|Blathmac, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann||p256.htm#i29261|Blathmac, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann||p256.htm#i29261|Áed S. m. D., rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 604|p295.htm#i14582||||Áed S. m. D., rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 604|p295.htm#i14582||||
FatherBlathmac, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann1
     Cenn Fáelad, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was the son of Blathmac, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann and Blathmac, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann.1 Cenn Fáelad, rí Bregh, Ard-rí na h'Éireann died in 675.1

Citations

  1. [S1445] Francis J. Byrne, Irish Kings and High-Kings, App II, table 2.

Childericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster1

b. circa 650, d. November 675
Childericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 650\nd. Nov 675|p299.htm#i7933|Chlodoveus II, rex Francorum, viris inlustribus|b. 634\nd. 657|p298.htm#i7929|Balthild the Anglo-Saxon|b. c 626\nd. 30 Jan 680|p299.htm#i7930|Dagoberchtus I., rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 603\nd. 19 Jan 639|p297.htm#i7909|Nantechild of Neustria|b. c 610\nd. 642|p297.htm#i7931|Prince Sisoigne d' Ascainie|b. c 600|p149.htm#i16858||||
FatherChlodoveus II, rex Francorum, viris inlustribus2,3,4,5 b. 634, d. 657
MotherBalthild the Anglo-Saxon2 b. circa 626, d. 30 January 680
      Childericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster was born circa 650.6 He was the son of Chlodoveus II, rex Francorum, viris inlustribus and Balthild the Anglo-Saxon.2,3,4,5 13th King of Austrasia at Rheims, Frankish Kingdoms, between 662 and 675.4,5 Childericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster married Bélichilde des Francs, daughter of rex Austrasii Sigibertus III des Francs and regina Chinechildis des Burgondes, in 667; 1st cousins. This was an arranged marriage.2,6 Childericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster was a witness where Herzog im Elsaß Eticho vom Elsaß made Duke of the Alsace by King Childerich II, King of all Franks, in 673.7 6th King of Neustria at Paris, Frankish Kingdoms, between 673 and 675.4 5th King of all Franks between 673 and 675.4 Childericus II, rex Francorum, vir inluster died in November 675 at the Forest of Livry, Lognes, Picardy, France. Assassinated by Bodilo. Childeric II seems to have upset the Neustrians by using only one mayor, Wulfoald, his duke in Austrasia, for all the kingdoms. He then ordered the beating of a noble frank Bodilo; this punishment was illegal and led to a conspiracy by Bodilo and other Neustrian magnates, Amalbert and Ingobert.4,6

Family

Bélichilde des Francs b. 654, d. 675
Children

Citations

  1. [S1202] . MGH-DI, Diplomata Regum Francorum E Stirpe Merowingica, pg. 25.
  2. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  3. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  4. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table I.
  5. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  6. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Etichonen.

Juwayriya bint al-Harith Banu Khuza'ah1,2

b. circa 614, d. circa 676
Juwayriya bint al-Harith Banu Khuza'ah|b. c 614\nd. c 676|p299.htm#i21266|al-Harith bin Abi Dirar Banu Khuza'ah||p196.htm#i22167||||||||||||||||
Fatheral-Harith bin Abi Dirar Banu Khuza'ah3
     Also called Burrah bint Al-Harith Her real name.3 She was captured by Muslims after they defeated the Banu Al-Mustaliq, she was given as a share of booty to Thabit bin Qais. She asked him to emancipate herself in return for money and she went to the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) to assist her. The Messenger (peace be upon him) offered to pay it all to set her free to marry her.3 Juwayriya bint al-Harith Banu Khuza'ah was born circa 614. She was the daughter of al-Harith bin Abi Dirar Banu Khuza'ah.3 Juwayriya bint al-Harith Banu Khuza'ah was captured from her tribe by Muhammad's forces, and married rather than ransomed back after April 627.1 She married Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet, son of 'Abd Allâh ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim and Aminah bint Wahab al-Qurayshi (as), after April 627; His 7th.1,3 Juwayriya bint al-Harith Banu Khuza'ah died circa 676 at 56 A.H..3

Family

Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet b. 9 May 570, d. 8 June 632

Citations

  1. [S911] Hadrian to Islam, online http://users.iafrica.com/l/ll/lloyd/1-TimeLine/…..
  2. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html
  3. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's wives.

Clovis III des Francs1

b. before 673, d. 676
Clovis III des Francs|b. b 673\nd. 676|p299.htm#i10215|Chlothacharius III, rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. 653\nd. 10 Mar 673|p299.htm#i7932||||Chlodoveus I., rex Francorum, viris inlustribus|b. 634\nd. 657|p298.htm#i7929|Balthild the Anglo-Saxon|b. c 626\nd. 30 Jan 680|p299.htm#i7930|||||||
FatherChlothacharius III, rex Francorum, vir inluster2,3,1,4 b. 653, d. 10 March 673
     Clovis III des Francs was born before 673. He was the son of Chlothacharius III, rex Francorum, vir inluster.2,3,1,4 King of Austrasia at Rheims, Frankish Kingdoms, between 675 and 676.1 Clovis III des Francs died in 676.4

Citations

  1. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  2. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  3. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  4. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/

Hind umm Salamah bint Ummayyah1,2,3

b. circa 608, d. 676
     Hind umm Salamah bint Ummayyah married Jahsh Banu Hâshim; Her 1st? Hind umm Salamah bint Ummayyah was born circa 608. She was one of the first women to embrace Islam, she took part in the two migrations after 610.3 She married Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet, son of 'Abd Allâh ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim and Aminah bint Wahab al-Qurayshi (as), after 15 March 624; His 5th.1 Hind umm Salamah bint Ummayyah was rational, had excellent manners, and was lettered.3 She died in 676 at 57 A.H..3 Hind umm Salamah bint Ummayyah was buried in al-Baqi'.3

Family 1

Jahsh Banu Hâshim d. March 624
Child

Family 2

Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet b. 9 May 570, d. 8 June 632

Citations

  1. [S911] Hadrian to Islam, online http://users.iafrica.com/l/ll/lloyd/1-TimeLine/…..
  2. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html
  3. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's wives.
  4. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html, ZAINAB BINT JAHSH.

Gerwin, Graf von Paris1

b. circa 640, d. 677
Gerwin, Graf von Paris|b. c 640\nd. 677|p299.htm#i7568|Bodilon de Trèves|b. c 615|p60.htm#i7570|Sigrade de Soissons|b. c 617\nd. a 677|p299.htm#i8142|Mayor of the Palace of Neustria N. N.|b. c 590\nd. c 627|p296.htm#i8156|N. N. de Meaux|b. c 593|p63.htm#i8157|Ansaud de Dijon|b. c 594|p64.htm#i8158|N. N. de Metz|b. c 595|p77.htm#i10078|
FatherBodilon de Trèves b. circa 615
MotherSigrade de Soissons b. circa 617, d. after 677
     The nationality of Gerwin, Graf von Paris was "ex praepotentibus regibus Francorum."1 He was Burgundian?1 He was "Annherr" (ancestor) of the Widonen dynasty.1 Also called Warinus de Trèves.2,3 He was born circa 640. He was the son of Bodilon de Trèves and Sigrade de Soissons. Gerwin, Graf von Paris married Gunza von Trier, daughter of Chlodulf, évêque de Metz.1 Gerwin, Graf von Paris died in 677.

Family

Gunza von Trier b. circa 643
Children

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Widonen-Lambertiner.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 50-9.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 2-45.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 330-44.

St. Léger de Trèves

b. circa 640, d. 677
St. Léger de Trèves|b. c 640\nd. 677|p299.htm#i7571|Bodilon de Trèves|b. c 615|p60.htm#i7570||||Mayor of the Palace of Neustria N. N.|b. c 590\nd. c 627|p296.htm#i8156|N. N. de Meaux|b. c 593|p63.htm#i8157|||||||
FatherBodilon de Trèves b. circa 615
     Also called Leger of Trier. St. Léger de Trèves was born circa 640. He was the son of Bodilon de Trèves. St. Léger de Trèves died in 677.

comte palatine, duc neustrien Robert de Neustrie1

b. circa 600, d. 677
comte palatine, duc neustrien Robert de Neustrie|b. c 600\nd. 677|p299.htm#i8147|Erlebert de Thérouanne|b. c 575|p64.htm#i8159||||||||||||||||
FatherErlebert de Thérouanne b. circa 575
     Comte palatine, duc neustrien Robert de Neustrie was born circa 600. He was the son of Erlebert de Thérouanne. Comte palatine, duc neustrien Robert de Neustrie married Théoda de Sancy before 633. Duke of Neustria at Frankish Kingdoms between 654 and 677.2 Comte palatine, duc neustrien Robert de Neustrie died in 677.

Family

Théoda de Sancy b. circa 610
Child

Citations

  1. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC, pg. 75.
  2. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC, pg. 53.
  3. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC, pg. 36.

Sigrade de Soissons

b. circa 617, d. after 677
Sigrade de Soissons|b. c 617\nd. a 677|p299.htm#i8142|Ansaud de Dijon|b. c 594|p64.htm#i8158|N. N. de Metz|b. c 595|p77.htm#i10078|brother o. S. de Dijon|b. c 570|p64.htm#i8169||||Leutharius de Metz|b. c 575|p77.htm#i10076|Gerberge of Burgundy|b. c 578|p77.htm#i10077|
FatherAnsaud de Dijon b. circa 594
MotherN. N. de Metz b. circa 595
     Sigrade de Soissons was born circa 617. She was the daughter of Ansaud de Dijon and N. N. de Metz. Sigrade de Soissons married Bodilon de Trèves, son of Mayor of the Palace of Neustria N. N. and N. N. de Meaux, before 640. Sigrade de Soissons was was a nun at Ste. Marie, Soissons. She died after 677.

Family

Bodilon de Trèves b. circa 615
Children

Theodrada (?)1

b. between 620 and 625, d. 678
Theodrada (?)|b. bt 620 - 625\nd. 678|p299.htm#i17248|N. N. (?)||p152.htm#i17245||||||||||||||||
FatherN. N. (?)1
     Theodrada (?) was born between 620 and 625.1 She was the daughter of N. N. (?).1 Theodrada (?) was a widow in 678.1 She died in 678.1

Citations

  1. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas, Chart from The Ancestors of Charlemagne: Addendum to Addenda
    (January 31, 2000).

Romoald I ex genere Gausus, Duke of Benevento1

d. 678
Romoald I ex genere Gausus, Duke of Benevento|d. 678|p299.htm#i23142|Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum|b. bt 600 - 605\nd. 671|p299.htm#i9790|Ita of the Lombards|b. c 637?|p74.htm#i9789|Gisulf I. ex genere Gausus, duc di Frioul|b. 565\nd. bt 610 - 611|p295.htm#i10437|Romilda von Bayern|b. c 565\nd. 610|p295.htm#i10438|Aribert I., Langobardenkönig|b. c 585\nd. 661|p298.htm#i9787||||
FatherGrimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum1 b. between 600 and 605, d. 671
MotherIta of the Lombards1 b. circa 637?
     Romoald I ex genere Gausus, Duke of Benevento was the son of Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum and Ita of the Lombards.1 Romoald I ex genere Gausus, Duke of Benevento was the successor of Grimoald ex genere Gausus, Rex gentis Langobardorum; Duke of Benevento.1 Duke of Benevento at Italy between 662 and 678.1,2 Romoald I ex genere Gausus, Duke of Benevento died in 678.1

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Langobarden-Fürsten.
  2. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 6.II, 16 years.

Doda (?)

b. circa 635, d. after 678
     Doda (?) was born circa 635. She married maire du palais de Neustrie Chrodbert de Neustrie, son of Lambert I de Neustrie, before 668. Doda (?) died after 678.

Family

maire du palais de Neustrie Chrodbert de Neustrie b. circa 633, d. after October 678
Children

'Â'isha umm Mu'minin bint Abu Bakr al-Makkiyya1

b. after February 614, d. July 678
'Â'isha umm Mu'minin bint Abu Bakr al-Makkiyya|b. a Feb 614\nd. Jul 678|p299.htm#i16975|'Abû Bakr al-Siddiq, 1st Rightly Guided Caliph of Islam|b. c 573\nd. 23 Aug 634|p297.htm#i16976|Umm Ruman (?)||p65.htm#i22157|||||||||||||
Father'Abû Bakr al-Siddiq, 1st Rightly Guided Caliph of Islam1,3 b. circa 573, d. 23 August 634
MotherUmm Ruman (?)2
     'Â'isha umm Mu'minin bint Abu Bakr al-Makkiyya was considered as one of the most knowledgeable of jurisprudence and literature among women in her time.4 Also called Ummul Mu'minin a title which means "Mother of the Believers."5 She was the only virgin whom Muhammad married and the most beloved to him.4 She was born after February 614 at Mecca, Arabia.6 She was the daughter of 'Abû Bakr al-Siddiq, 1st Rightly Guided Caliph of Islam and Umm Ruman (?).2,1,3 A contract for the marriage of 'Â'isha umm Mu'minin bint Abu Bakr al-Makkiyya and Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet was signed in 620.5 'Â'isha umm Mu'minin bint Abu Bakr al-Makkiyya married Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet, son of 'Abd Allâh ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim and Aminah bint Wahab al-Qurayshi (as), in January 624; His 3rd.6,1,7,5,4 'Â'isha umm Mu'minin bint Abu Bakr al-Makkiyya was left a childless widow of age eighteen on 8 June 632.6 She the third and most favoured wife of the Prophet, who played a role of some political importance after the Prophet's death.6 She played an important role in fomenting opposition that led to the murder of 'Uthman, the 3rd Caliph, in 656.8 She witnessed the death of 'Uthman ibn 'Affan al-Qurayshi, 3rd Rightly Guided Caliph of Islam on 17 June 656 at 18th Zul al-Hijjah, A.H. 35, Medina, Arabia; After a long siege, the rebels, urged by 'A'isha, the widow of Muhammed, broke into Uthman's house and murdered him. When the first assassin's sword struck Uthman, he was reciting the verse, "Verily, God sufficeth thee; He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing." His death marked the beginning of open religious and political conflicts within the Islamic community.9 'A'isha, the widow of the Prophet Muhammed, rebelled against the Caliphs. Her resistance ended with her defeat in this battle. In 658 at the Battle of the Camel, Basra (now Az-Zubayr), southeastern Iraq.10 'Â'isha umm Mu'minin bint Abu Bakr al-Makkiyya was a witness where 'Alî al-Murtadha ibn Abû Tâlib, 1st Holy Imam of Islam He defeated a rebellion against him when he rejected the request to bring Uthman's murderes to trial. The rebellion included 'A`ishah, Muhammad's widow and the daughter of Abu Bakr, the first caliph. This battle was known as the Battle of the Camel because the fighting had centered around the camel ridden by 'A`ishah. In 658 at the Battle of the Camel, Basra (now Az-Zubayr), southeastern Iraq.6 'Â'isha umm Mu'minin bint Abu Bakr al-Makkiyya led an army against 'Ali, the successor of 'Uthman, but was defeated in the Battle of the Camel; the engagement derived its name from the fierce fighting that centred around the camel upon which 'A'ishah was mounted, in 658 at the Battle of the Camel, Basra (now Az-Zubayr), southeastern Iraq.8 She died in July 678 at Mecca, Arabia.6 'Â'isha umm Mu'minin bint Abu Bakr al-Makkiyya was buried in 58 A.H., Medina, Arabia.4 'Â'isha umm Mu'minin bint Abu Bakr al-Makkiyya was buried in al-Baqi'.4

Family

Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet b. 9 May 570, d. 8 June 632

Citations

  1. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  2. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html, AISHA BINT ABU BAKR, per (Sahih Bukhari 5.234).
  3. [S711] Encyclopedia, MS Encarta 2001, under "Abu Bakr.".
  4. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's wives.
  5. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html, AISHA BINT ABU BAKR.
  6. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  7. [S911] Hadrian to Islam, online http://users.iafrica.com/l/ll/lloyd/1-TimeLine/…..
  8. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Camel, Battle of the (Islamic hist.) .
  9. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, 'Uthman ibn 'Affan.
  10. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Zubayr, Az- (Iraq) .

maire du palais de Neustrie Chrodbert de Neustrie1

b. circa 633, d. after October 678
maire du palais de Neustrie Chrodbert de Neustrie|b. c 633\nd. a Oct 678|p299.htm#i8182|Lambert I de Neustrie|b. c 605\nd. a 650|p298.htm#i8184||||Chrodobertus I. of Neustria|b. c 580\nd. a 630|p296.htm#i8185||||||||||
FatherLambert I de Neustrie b. circa 605, d. after 650
     Also called Robert. Maire du palais de Neustrie Chrodbert de Neustrie was born circa 633. He was the son of Lambert I de Neustrie. Mayor of the Palace at Neustria, Frankish Kingdoms, in 654.2 Maire du palais de Neustrie Chrodbert de Neustrie was was Majordomo of King Chlodwig (Clovis) II of Neustria before 657. He was was Chancellor of King Chlothar III of Neustria. Circa 665. He married Doda (?) before 668. Maire du palais de Neustrie Chrodbert de Neustrie died after October 678.

Family

Doda (?) b. circa 635, d. after 678
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 169-44.
  2. [S504] Christian Settipani, AdC-Addendas.

Ælfwine of the Angles1

b. circa 632, d. circa 679
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FatherOswiu, High King of the English1 b. 607?, d. circa 671
     Ælfwine of the Angles was born circa 632. He was the son of Oswiu, High King of the English.1 King of Deira between 670 and 679.1 Ælfwine of the Angles died circa 679.1

Citations

  1. [S427] Britannia.com, online www.britannia.com, http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/northumb.html

rex Francorum, vir inluster Dagoberchtus II des Francs1

b. 652, d. 23 December 679
rex Francorum, vir inluster Dagoberchtus II des Francs|b. 652\nd. 23 Dec 679|p299.htm#i7907|rex Austrasii Sigibertus III des Francs|b. bt 9 Oct 630 - 19 Jan 631\nd. 1 Feb 656|p298.htm#i7908|regina Chinechildis des Burgondes|b. 625\nd. 670|p299.htm#i7926|Dagoberchtus I., rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 603\nd. 19 Jan 639|p297.htm#i7909|Regintrude of Austrasia|b. c 612|p64.htm#i8162|||||||
Fatherrex Austrasii Sigibertus III des Francs2,3,4,5,6 b. between 9 October 630 and 19 January 631, d. 1 February 656
Motherregina Chinechildis des Burgondes2 b. 625, d. 670
     Rex Francorum, vir inluster Dagoberchtus II des Francs was born in 652.2 He was the son of rex Austrasii Sigibertus III des Francs and regina Chinechildis des Burgondes.2,3,4,5,6 King of Austrasia at Rheims, Frankish Kingdoms, in 656.5 Rex Francorum, vir inluster Dagoberchtus II des Francs succeeded his father to the throne of Austrasia in 656. He was forced into exile by Grimoald, the Mayor of the Palace, in 657 at Ireland.7 Restored following Clovis II and Childeric II, Merovingians, and Childebert II, a Carolingian. Made King after the murder of Childeric II, by Austrasian magnates who were opposed to Ebroin. Following 679, the Kingdom is again absorbed by Neustria. In 675. He married Mechtilde (?) before 676.2,6 Rex Francorum, vir inluster Dagoberchtus II des Francs was a witness where Herzog im Elsaß Eticho vom Elsaß recognized Dagobert II as King circa 676.8 14th King of Austrasia at Rheims, Frankish Kingdoms, between 676 and 678.5,9 Rex Francorum, vir inluster Dagoberchtus II des Francs died in 678 at age 26 years.2,5 He died on 23 December 679 at age 27 years. He was probably assassinated by supporters of Ebroin.3,6

Family

Mechtilde (?) b. circa 652
Children

Citations

  1. [S1202] . MGH-DI, Diplomata Regum Francorum E Stirpe Merowingica, pg. 41.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 303-45.
  3. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  4. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 154, genealogy table 5 (a)..
  5. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table I.
  6. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  7. [S444] Edward James, James, E., p. 233.
  8. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Etichonen.
  9. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  10. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 303-44.
  11. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 240.

Mu' âwiya I ibn Abû Sufyân bin Harb, 1st Umayyad Caliph

b. 603, d. 680
Mu' âwiya I ibn Abû Sufyân bin Harb, 1st Umayyad Caliph|b. 603\nd. 680|p299.htm#i11208|Abû Sufyân ibn Harb Banu 'Abd Shams|b. c 565|p87.htm#i11207||||Harb i. U. Banu 'Abd Shams|b. c 560|p150.htm#i16969||||||||||
FatherAbû Sufyân ibn Harb Banu 'Abd Shams1 b. circa 565
     He showed his beaten opponents clemency, and ruled with a wise mixture of tact and strength, pliant when it was possible and strong when it was necessary. It was characteristically Umayyad that he should have passed a third of his nights listening to the history of the Arabs. Mu' âwiya I ibn Abû Sufyân bin Harb, 1st Umayyad Caliph was the grandson of Abu Sufyan.2 Of the Umayyad. He was born in 603 at Mecca. He belonged to the Umaiyah clan from the tribe of Quraish.3 He was the son of Abû Sufyân ibn Harb Banu 'Abd Shams.1 Mu' âwiya I ibn Abû Sufyân bin Harb, 1st Umayyad Caliph formerly an enemy of the Prophet but reconciled to Islam through gifts. He was opposed `Ali bin Abi Talib and fought him at the Battle of Siffin which ended with the Arbitration in 657.3 He was a witness where al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam sworn Caliph after his father's murder, but quarreled with Muawiya ibn Aby Sufyan about the succession, and preferring peace allowed Muawiya to prevail and became Caliph in Damascus in 661.4 Mu' âwiya I ibn Abû Sufyân bin Harb, 1st Umayyad Caliph was the 5th Caliph of Islam, and the first of the Ummayad Caliphs in Damascus in 661 at Syria.5 He was the first of the Umayyad Caliph's (technically, Uthman, the 3rd Caliph, was the first of this dynasty) and represented the divergence between Shiite and Sunni Islam in 661. He was the founder of the Umayyad State in Syria in 661.3 1st Umayyad Caliph at A.H. 41-, Damascus, Syria, between 661 and 680.3 He witnessed the death of al-Hasan al-Mujtaba ibn 'Alî, 2nd Holy Imam of Islam on 26 March 670 at 28th Safar 50 A.H., al-Medina, Saudi Arabia; Died after a long illness. Some say he was martyred by poison by his wife Jada at the instigation of Mu'awiya.6,7 Mu' âwiya I ibn Abû Sufyân bin Harb, 1st Umayyad Caliph was said to have instigated the martyrdom of the 2nd Holy Imam, al-Hasan, on 26 March 670.8 He was a witness where Yazîd I ibn Mu'âwiya, 2nd Umayyad Caliph commanded the Arab army that his father, Mu'awiyah, sent to lay siege to Constantinople between 674 and 677.9 Mu' âwiya I ibn Abû Sufyân bin Harb, 1st Umayyad Caliph died in 680 at age 77 years. He was one of the major conquerors in the Islamic era, his conquests reached the Atlantic Ocean.3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1411] Stanley Lane-Pool, The Mohammadan Dynasties, pg. 11.
  2. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html, UMMAYAD.
  3. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/
  4. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's grandchildren.
  5. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  6. [S890] Ali Abbas, Shiíite Encyclopedia, Ch 1.b, pg. 41 (either 7th or 28th).
  7. [S891] Sayyid Murtada al-'Askari
    , The Twelve Successors, (Al-Qalam Translators and Writers Bureau, translator): the 28th.
  8. [S890] Ali Abbas, Shiíite Encyclopedia.
  9. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.

Ebroïn of Neustria1

b. circa 626, d. between 680 and 683
     Ebroïn of Neustria was born circa 626.1 He was a witness where Chlothacharius III, rex Francorum, vir inluster succeeded his father, Clovis II, to the Neustrian throne, he was little more than a puppet to his Mayor of the Palace, Ebroïn, and the first of the "do-nothing" kings or "rois fainants, in 657. Mayor of the Palace at Nuestria, Frankish Kingdoms, between 659 and 673.1 Mayor of the Palace, restored at Nuestria, Frankish Kingdoms, between 675 and 680.1 Ebroïn of Neustria was a witness where Pippin II "le Gros", dux Austrasii, maiorus domus was defeated by Theodoric III of Neustria's Mayor of the Palace, Ebroïn, in 680 at Lucofao, near Laon.1 Ebroïn of Neustria died between 680 and 683. He was assassinated by a Frankish nobleman. His death marked the end of Neustrian predominance in Frankish affairs.1

Citations

  1. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.

Balthild the Anglo-Saxon1

b. circa 626, d. 30 January 680
Balthild the Anglo-Saxon|b. c 626\nd. 30 Jan 680|p299.htm#i7930|Prince Sisoigne d' Ascainie|b. c 600|p149.htm#i16858||||||||||||||||
FatherPrince Sisoigne d' Ascainie2 b. circa 600
     Balthild the Anglo-Saxon was born circa 626.2 She was the daughter of Prince Sisoigne d' Ascainie.2 Balthild the Anglo-Saxon married Chlodoveus II, rex Francorum, viris inlustribus, son of Dagoberchtus I, rex Francorum, vir inluster and Nantechild of Neustria, in 649; She was a slave.1,2 Balthild the Anglo-Saxon died on 30 January 680.1,2

Family

Chlodoveus II, rex Francorum, viris inlustribus b. 634, d. 657
Children

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/