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      • Gisela was born sometime between 770 and 781. No birth date was ever recorded for her. She was the second or third daughter of King Charles of the Franks (Charlemagne) and his wife, Hildegard of Savoy. Gisela's mother was Charlemagne's first wife. Hildegard and Charlemagne had 6 children before Hildegard died.
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  1. Gisela (c.781 - 808) - Genealogy

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    Jan 15, 2016 · Translated: Gisela or Gisele (c. 781-808) was a daughter of Charlemagne and Hildegarde. Charlemagne gave her the same name as her aunt Gisela, his sister and Abbess of Chelles. The two of them should not be confused. (Note, on her father's page in French, her year of death is listed as c. 814).

  2. Meet Gisela, Daughter of Charlemagne | Medieval Maidens

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    Apr 20, 2012 · Gisela was probably born sometime between 770 and 781. No birth date was ever recorded for her. She was the second or third daughter of King Charles of the Franks (Charlemagne) and his wife, Hildegard of Savoy. Gisela’s mother was Charlemagne’s first wife. Hildegard and Charlemagne had 6 children before Hildegard died.

  3. Gisela, daughter of Louis the Pious - Wikipedia

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    Gisela (born 820) was the youngest daughter of Louis the Pious and his second wife, Judith of Bavaria. She married the powerful and influential Eberhard, Duke of Friuli, later canonized as Saint Eberhard, with whom she had several children including King Berengar I of Italy, Margrave of Friuli.

  4. Gisela of France - World History Encyclopedia

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    Apr 22, 2020 · She is also often confused with another princess Gisela of France (born c. 819/821 CE), who was the daughter of King Louis the Pious (778-840 CE), the son of Charlemagne, and Queen Judith of Bavaria (797-843 CE). This Princess Gisela of France was married to Eberhard I of Friuli with whom she had children. Depictions in The Last Kingdom & Vikings

  5. Gisela of Chelles (781–814) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Gisela of Chelles (781–814) Frankish princess and abbess. Name variations: Gisele, Giselle. Born in 781 at Aachen, France; died around 814; daughter of Charles I also known as Charlemagne (742–814), king of the Franks (r. 768–814), Holy Roman emperor (r. 800–814), and Hildegarde of Swabia (c. 757–783); never married; no children.

  6. Gisela | Medieval Maidens

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    Gisela was born sometime between 770 and 781. No birth date was ever recorded for her. She was the second or third daughter of King Charles of the Franks (Charlemagne) and his wife, Hildegard of Savoy. Gisela’s mother was Charlemagne’s first wife.

  7. Gisela, Abbess of Chelles - Wikipedia

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    Gisela (757, Aachen, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany - 810-11, Chelles, Seine-et-Marne, Ile-de-France, France), was a Frankish princess and abbess. She was the daughter of Pepin the Short and his wife Bertrada of Laon. She was the sister of Charlemagne and Carloman. Life

  8. Gisela ~ Daughter of Charlemagne | Dollation

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    From the company website's Gisela page: Gisela was born sometime between 770 and 781. No birth date was ever recorded for her. She was the second or third daughter of King Charles of the Franks (Charlemagne) and his wife, Hildegard of Savoy. Gisela's mother was Charlemagne's first wife. Hildegard and Charlemagne had 6 children before Hildegard ...

  9. Gisèle, Abbess of Chelles (c.757 - c.811) - Genealogy

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    Mar 03, 2018 · Gisela (757 – 810) was the daughter of Pepin the Short and his wife Bertrada of Laon. She was the sister of Charlemagne and Carloman. Charlemagne's biographer Einhard states that Gisela had been dedicated to religion since her childhood. She became a nun at Chelles Abbey, where she was eventually made abbess.

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