Dec 09, 2019 · Bertha (779-826), daughter of Charlemagne & Hildegard Please see Charlemagne Project for Source Details [Berta ([779/80]-11 Mar, 824 or after). "Hruodrudem et Bertham et Gislam" are named daughters of King Charles & Hildegard by Einhard.
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Bertha (c. 780 – after 11 March 824) was the seventh child and third daughter of Charlemagne, King of the Franks, by his second wife, Hildegard of the Vinzgau.
Mar 14, 2019 · Bertha (c. 780 – after 11 March 824) was the seventh child and third daughter of Charlemagne, King of the Franks, by his second wife, Hildegard of the Vinzgau. Charlemagne or Charles the Great , numbered Charles I , was King of the Franks from 768, King of the Lombards from 774, and Holy Roman Emperor from 800.
Bertha Carolingian was born 779 to Charlemagne (747-814) and Hildegard (758-783) and died March 11, 825 of unspecified causes. She was married (or common law) to Saint Angilbert of Centula.
Bertha, Daughter of De Ponthieu (born Charlemagne)was born in 779, at birth place, to Karel Carolus Magnus de Grote Der Frankenand Unknown mother of Bego de France (born Vinzgau). Karelwas born on April 2 747, in Herstal, Luik. Unknownwas born in 758.
Carolingian uses of the name Bertha, as in the case of Bertha, daughter of Charlemagne and Bertha, daughter of Lothair II, are in this tradition. In modern times, the name is associated with an unusually large example of a class of objects. Many large machines are nicknamed Bertha for the World War I howitzer known as Big Bertha.
- "Bright one"
Mar 02, 2016 · Charlemagne: Formation of a European Identity, p.91. His first daughter with his second wife Hildegard was named Rotrude, who was born in 775. Being a daughter of a king, her usual duty and fate would have been to serve as a bridge between great families. Her chance came from an unexpected quarter in 781, when her father was in Rome.
Charlemagne (747-814), despite having two legal wives who bore him no children, had about 20 children. He had at least eight productive partners, two of whom were the other two definitely legal wives, and another of whom (the first of his partners) had a relationship that only some publications say was a legal marriage. There is no doubt who some of his children (and each one's mother) were ...