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Fastrada was born circa 765 at Ingelheim, the daughter of the powerful East Frankish Count Rudolph (also called Eadolf), and his wife, Aeda. Fastrada became the third wife of Charlemagne, marrying him in October 783 at Worms, Germany, a few months after Queen Hildegard’s death. A probable reason behind the marriage was to solidify a Frankish ...
- East Frankish Count Rudolph
- Charlemagne (m. c. 783)
Apr 11, 2021 · Fastrada, wife of King Charles, is referred to as "de Orientalium Francorum, Germanorum videlicet" by Einhard. Her cruelty triggered the revolt of her husband's illegitimate son Pépin "le Bossu" in 792. The Annales Xantenses record the death in Frankfurt in 794 of "Fastrada regina".
May 29, 2018 · Fastrada was the third wife of Charles the Great. She married Charles in 783, was queen for eleven years, had two daughters, and died at 794, when she was in her mid-twenties. Besides that briefest of bios, things get hazy. But let’s see what we can do.
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Fastrada was born circa 765 at Ingelheim, the daughter of the powerful East Frankish Count Rudolph (also called Eadolf, and his wife, Aeda. Fastrada became the third wife of Charlemagne, marrying him in October 783 at Worms, Germany, a few months after Queen Hildegard’s death.
- 765 Ingelheim, France
- 10 August 794 Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany
- Charlemagne (747-814)
Fastrada figures in the following tradition related by the author of the Rhyming Chronicle. When the Kaiser, Karl, abode at Zurich, he dwelt in a house called “The Hole,” in front of which he caused a pillar to be erected with a bell on the top of it, to the end that whoever demanded justice should have the means of announcing himself.
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