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Minores and Mediocres in the Germanic Tribal Laws

By: Edgar Holmes Mcneal

... are five noble families mentioned by name beside the ducal family of the Agilolfings; among the East Germans the king­ ship became hereditary in one... ...ive noble faln­ Hies with a wergeld of 320 solidi, the ducal family of the Agilolfings with a wergeld of 640 solidi, and the duke with a wergeld of 9... ...the officials and territorial lords, five noble families beside the ducal Agilolfings have retained their favored position in the consideration of t... ...oncedimus. Et sic dupJam compositionem accipiant. The ducal family of the Agilolfings, with a four-fold werge1d~ 640 solidi: J Zeuss, Die Deutschen...

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Agilolfings

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...f Garibald I, fresco by Zavattari The Agilolfings were a family of either Frankish or Bavarian nobility that rule... ..., and probably the first, was Garibald I (Gariwald). A cadet branch of the Agilolfings also ruled the Kingdom of the Lombards intermittently from 616 ... ...y opposed the rise of the Carolingian majordomos, who finally deprived the Agilolfings of their power. Conte... ... some Agilolfingians Tentative Genealogy of Early Agilolfings, according to Jörg Jarnut Categories ...

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Italy and Her Invanders : Vol. 7

By: Hodgkin, Thomas, 1831-1913

... .62 CHAPTEE IV. DUKES OF BAVARIA. Authorities . . . . 63 Genealogy of the Agilolfings . . .64 Alleged Frankish origin of the Agilolfings, the reignin... ...oleon which led to the insurrection under Andreas Holer. GENEALOGY OF THE AGILOLFINGS. Walderada^GARIBALD I, Early History of the Bavarians. 65 With... ...ind the Bavarians under the leadership Agiioi- of a great ducal house, the Agilolfings 2 . Of the origin of this family we have no certain information... ...nd this rank exactly suits the first mention of Garibald, the first of the Agilolfings of whom we hear anything. We are told (by Paulus, H. L. i. 21) ... ...f a companion or kinsman of the Frankish king. 5. It is suggested that the Agilolfings might be descended from Agiulf, twenty- sixth bishop of Metz, o...

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Hugbert of Bavaria

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...Hugbert (also Hukbert) of the Agilolfings was duke of Bavaria from 725 to 736 . He was son of the duke Th...

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An Introduction to the Study of the Middle Ages (375-814)

By: Emerton, Ephraim, 1851-1935

...n the people. This ducal power was in the hands of the great family of the Agilolfings, whose hold on the affections of the people was clearly shown i... ...me sentence was inflicted upon his wife and son, and thus the house of the Agilolfings made harmless for the future. The government of Bavaria was put...

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UTA

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...ople Uta, daughter of Theodo, a member of the Agilolfings family and ruler of Bavaria in the 8th century ...

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Outlines of Church History

By: Schubert, Hans Von, 1859-1931; Gardner, Alice, 1854-1927

... it. Thus at the beginning of the eighth century an effort was made by the Agilolfings to start a Bavarian na- tional church. The arrangements in thes... ...ll its energy, left unachieved. INDEX OF NAMES Abelard, 211. Abraham, 82. Agilolfings, 183. Agricola, Court-preacher, 26l. D'Ailly, Cardinal, 235. Al...

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Bavarian dynasty

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...hari in 588. The Bavarians (Italian: Bavarese) were really a branch of the Agilolfings, and were themselves two branches: the branch descended in the ...

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Italy and Her Invanders : Vol. 8

By: Hodgkin, Thomas, 1831-1913

...ke of Bavaria. In a previous chapter we have glanced at the history of the Agilolfings, the ducal house of Bavaria, during the seventh and eighth cent... ... St. Maurice at, visited by Stephen II on his journey into Gaul, vii. 186. Agilolfings (dukes of Bavaria), genea- logy of, vii. 64 ; name and origin o...

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Swanachild

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...er uncle Grimoald's wife, Biltrude. Swanachild belonged to the clan of the Agilolfings though her parentage is not quite clear. Her parents could be: ...

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The Saxons in England : A History of the English Commonwealth Till the Period of the Norman Conquest : Volume 1

By: Kemble, John Mitchell, 1807-1857

... hereditary offices, represent similar facts. Among the old Bavarians, the Agilolfings could alone hold the ducal dignity, but three or four other fam... ...gs. Law of the Bavarians. The duke 960 shillings : the ducal family of the Agilolfings, 640 : the other five noble races, 320 shillings : the simple f...

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List of queens of the Lombards

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... Theodelinda of Bavaria Garibald I, Duke of Bavaria (Agilolfings) ... ... Guntrude of Bavaria Theodbert, Duke of Bavaria in Salzburg Agilolfings ...

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Outlines of Church History

By: Schubert, Hans Von, 1859-1931; Gardner, Alice, 1854-1927

... it. Thus at the beginning of the eighth century an effort was made by the Agilolfings to start a Bavarian na- tional church. The arrangements in thes... ...ll its energy, left unachieved. INDEX OF NAMES Abelard, 211. Abraham, 82. Agilolfings, 183. Agricola, Court-preacher, 26 1. D'Ailly, Cardinal, 235. A...

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Montpellier Psalter

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... 8th century in the then-Bavarian Mondsee Abbey during the reign of the Agilolfings and was supposedly originally dedicated to the Bavarian ducal ... ...msmünster Abbey . In that period the Bavarian duchy under the rule of the Agilolfings saw its last period of relative independence from Frankish rule... ...salter. After power struggles and the loss of their Lombardian allies the Agilolfings were finally removed from power in 788 by Charlemagne and the B...

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An Introduction to the Study of the Middle Ages, 375-814

By: Emerton, Ephraim, 1851-1935

...n the people. This ducal power was in the hands of the great family of the Agilolfings, whose hold on the affections of the people was clearly shown i...

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List of rulers of Bavaria

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...End term !! House !! Part !! Note Garibald I Duke of Bavaria555 (c.)591 Agilolfings Some sources call him "King of the Bavarians". Paul the De... ...ariæ calls him Garibaldus rex, see . Tassilo I Duke of Bavaria591 (c.)610 Agilolfings Named rex (king) at his ascension. Garibald II Duke of ... ... Named rex (king) at his ascension. Garibald II Duke of Bavaria610 (c.)630 Agilolfings Theodo Duke of Bavaria680 (c.)716 (?) Agilolfings By ... ..., but by 719 the rule had returned to Grimoald . Theodbert Duke702 (c.)719 Agilolfings Salzburg Son of Theodo. Theobald Duke711 (c.)719 Agilol... ....)719 Agilolfings Parts of BavariaSon of Theodo. Tassilo II Duke716 (c.)719 Agilolfings Passau Son of Theodo. Grimoald Duke716 (c.)725 Agilolfi... ...gs Freising Son of Theodo, later ruling all of Bavaria. Hugbert Duke725737 Agilolfings Son of Theudbert. In 725(?), Charles Martel, ruler in fac... ... and annexing portions of Bavaria during the rule of Hugbert. Odilo 737748 Agilolfings Son of Gotfrid . Grifo 748748 Agilolfings Usurper ... ...d . Grifo 748748 Agilolfings Usurper Tassilo III Duke of Bavaria748788 Agilolfings In 757 Tassilo III recognized the suzerainty of the Fran...

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The Spirit of Laws : Volume 2

By: Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat, Baron De, 1689-1755; Alembert, Jean le Rond D', 1717-1783

...ies who received a double composition, because they were the first after the Agilolfings.| The Agilolfings weie of the ducal race, and it was customar... ...ition for a duke exceeded by a third that which had been established for the Agilolfings, Because he is a duhe, says the law, a greater honour is paid...

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Thierhaupten Abbey

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...d in the late 8th century by Duke Tassilo III of Bavaria - the last of the Agilolfings, who was deposed by Charlemagne in 788. Under the Carolingian d...

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A Popular History of Germany, From the Earliest Period to the Present Day : Vol. 2

By: Zimmermann, Wilhelm, 1807-1878

...d inde- pendence in Bavaria. His Bavarians and his house, the house of the Agilolfings, had been long independent, and he was pleased to think that on... ...that is, not only of the ducal dignity in Bavaria, but of the house of the Agilolfings, and the annexation of Bavaria to the Frank kingdom. The fall o... ...uke of the Bavarians, Thassilo, was the last, not only of the house of the Agilolfings, but for a long period the last German duke. Charles the Great ...

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Frobenius Forster

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...I, 1025–28), the decrees of a Bavarian synod held during the times of the Agilolfings . * The entry cites: ENDRES, Frobenius Forster in Strassburger ...

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The State and the Nation

By: Jenks, Edward, 1861-1939

...ty, gradually replacing the older blood-nobility of the tribe and clan the Agilolfings of Bavaria, the Asdings of the Vandal tribes, the Aescings of J...

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Tassilo III, Duke of Bavaria

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... 796) was duke of Bavaria from 748 to 788, the last of the house of the Agilolfings . Tassilo, then still an infant, began his rule as a Frankish...

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The State and the Nation

By: Jenks, Edward.

...rity, gradually replacing the older blood-nobility of the tribe and clan the Agilolfings of Bavaria, the Asdings of the Vandal tribes, the Aescings of...

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Garibald I of Bavaria

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...n 540) was Duke (or King) of Bavaria from 555 until 591.[1] He stands at the head of the Agilolfings and the Bavarian Dynasty that ruled the Kingdom o...

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The Spirit of Laws, Including D'Alembert's Analysis of the Work : Volume 2

By: Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat, Baron De, 1689-1755; Nugent, Thomas, 1700-1772

... double composition, because they were the first after the Agil- olfings.r The Agilolfings were of the ducal race, and it was customary with this nati... ...osition for a duke exceeded by a third that which had been established for the Agilolfings. " Because he is a duke," says the law, " a greater honor i...

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Arnulf of Metz

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...involved in the 624 murder of Chrodoald, an important leader of the Frankish Agilolfings family and a protégé of Dagobert. From 623 (with Pippin o...

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Outlines of Church History : Volume 24

By: Schubert, Hans Von, 1859-1931; Gardner, Alice, 1854-1927

... it. Thus at the beginning of the eighth century an effort was made by the Agilolfings to start a Bavarian na tional church. The arrangements in these...

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Duchy of Bavaria

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...til the end of the first duchy all rulers descended from the family of the Agilolfings. The Bavarians then colonised the area from the March of the No... ...uth Tyrol. The first documented duke was Garibald, a scion of the Frankish Agilolfings, who ruled from 555 onwards as largely independent Merovingian ...

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The North American Review : Volume 88

... Azo d'Este and of Cunigunda, de scendant and heiress of the ancient Guelfic Agilolfings, and thus, on the basis of a judicial duel, was founded the s...

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Bavaria

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... History of Bavaria: List of Ministers-President of Bavaria • Agilolfings • Kingdom of Bavaria • Wittelsbach • Bavarian Soviet Republic ... ... History of Bavaria: List of Ministers-President of Bavaria • Agilolfings • Kingdom of Bavaria • Wittelsbach • Bavarian Soviet Republic ...

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Living Age : Volume : 78, Series 5

...ed and light-complexioned Hohen- staufens. Of the confederate Bajuvarii, the Agilolfings or Guelphs still continued chiefs. Under a Guelph Eticho — wh...

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Carloman (mayor of the palace)

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... their rivalries with other leading barbarian families such as the Bavaria n Agilolfings . Withdrawal from public life On 15 August 747, Carloman...

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History of Germany

By: Sime, James, 1843-1895, Freeman, Edward Augustus, 1823-1892

...arians elected their own Dukes ; and they always chose them from one noble family, the Agilolfings. The Aleraanni and Thuringians had also some share ... ...there was a very powerful Duke in Bavaria, called Thassilo, of the native house of the Agilolfings. He had been defeated by Pippin the Short, but had ... ...hbishop of Bremen, 63. Adelheid, Otto I. marries, 50. Adolf, King, 97. .dEdui, the, n. Agilolfings, the, 24. Agnes, the regency of, 62. Albert I., 98....

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Tegernsee

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...e arrival of the Bavarians in the 6th century AD. The noble family of the Agilolfings ruled this region and the entire Duchy of Bavaria . The Ben...

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Odd bits of history : being short chapters intended to fill some blanks

By: Wolff, Henry William, 1840-1931

...ned that caricature of an Emperor, Romulus Augustulus, there were Guelph ''Agilolfings" leading to battle, as trusted chiefs, their own Scyrian tribes... ...in battle, is equally wide of the mark. For that ensign, we know, from the Agilolfings down to the Hanovers, never was a "whelp" at all, but a "lion."...

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Stem duchy

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...e Bavarians came under Frankish supremacy around 550 and were ruled by the Agilolfings until 788, when Charlemagne deposed the last Duke. ; Saxony : T...

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A History of All Nations from the Earliest Times : Being a Universal Historical Library by Distinguished Scholars in Twenty-Four Volumes : Vol. 7

By: Andrews, Charles Mclean, 1863-1943, Wright, John Henry, 1852-1908, Flathe, Theodor, 1827-1900

...and yielding obedience to no one, he allied himself with the then disaffected Bavarian Agilolfings, and broke out in 104 THE KINGDOM OF THE FRANKS. o... ...revolt. An army marched against him, led by Grimoald, but accompanied by the king. The Agilolfings were overthrown and RadulFs strong fort on the Unst... ... in Bavaria, where pride of race was interwoven with the interests of the house of the Agilolfings. Schwan- hilde had married her step-daughter to the...

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List of Italian queens

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... Theodelinda of Bavaria Garibald I, Duke of Bavaria (Agilolfings) ... ... Hildegard of Vinzgouw Gerold of Vinzgouw (Agilolfings) ...

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A History of All Nations from the Earliest Times; Being a Universal Historical Library : Vol. 7

By: Wright, John Henry, 1852-1908

...ng obedience to no one, he allied himself with the then disaffected Bavarian Agilolfings, and broke out in 104 THE KINGDOM OF THE FRANKS. open revolt... ... army marched against him, led by Grimoald, but accompanied by the king. The Agilolfings were overthrown and Radulfs strong fort on the Unstrut invest... ...ia, where pride of racewas interwoven with the interests of the house of the Agilolfings. Schwan- hilde had married her step-daugliter to the Bavarian...

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History of Bavaria

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...y of Bavaria 3.1 Bavaria and the Agilolfings under Frankish overlordship ... ... The stem duchy of Bavaria Bavaria and the Agilolfings under Frankish overlordship The Bavarians so... ...veral marriages took place between the family to which he belonged and the Agilolfings, who were united in a similar manner with the kings of the Lomb...

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Francia

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...o the royal fisc, but also drastically reduced the power and influence of the Agilolfings (Tassilo's family), another leading family among the Frank...

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Charlemagne

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... protector he had become after the death of his father. The loyalty of the Agilolfings was perpetually in question, but Pepin exacted numerous oaths o... ... was made to renounce any claim to Bavaria for himself and his family (the Agilolfings) at the synod of Frankfurt. Bavaria was subdivided into Frankis...

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History of Austria

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... become established as a stem dukedom around 550 AD, under the rule of the Agilolfings till 788 as an eastern outpost of the Frankish empire. At that ...

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