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Personal data Baderich (Badéric) von Thüringen 


Ancestors (and descendant) of Baderich von Thüringen

Ménia
± 440-± 554

Baderich von Thüringen
± 480-± 519

(1) ± 510
(2) 

??
 

N.n. von Thüringen
± 520-± 562

Household of Baderich (Badéric) von Thüringen

He is married to (1) Amalafreda of The Vandals about 510 at Europe.

Child(ren):

  1. Amalberge of The Thüringians  ± 505-???? 

He had a relationship with ??

Child(ren):

  1. N.n. von Thüringen  ± 510-???? 
  2. N.n. von Thüringen  ± 520-± 562 


Notes by Baderich (Badéric) von Thüringen

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King of the Thuringians
Baderic and his brothers Hermanfrid and Berthar succeeded their father Bisinus to the rule over the Thuringians. After Hermanfrid defeatedBerthar in battle, he invited King Theuderic of Metz to help him defeat Baderic in return for half of the kingdom. Baderic was defeated andkilled, but the kingdom was kept by Hermanfrid
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King of the Thuringians ?-532
Hermanfrid and his brothers Baderic and Berthar succeeded their father Bisinus to the rule over the Thuringians. After Hermanfrid defeatedBerthar in battle, he invited King Theuderic of Metz to help him defeat Baderic in return for half of the kingdom. Baderic was defeated andkilled, but the kingdom was kept by Hermanfrid. In 532, Theuderic gothis revenge when he, his son Theudebert, and his brother Chlotar invaded and took Thuringia.
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King of the Thuringians
Baderic and his brothers Hermanfrid and Berthar succeeded their father Bisinus to the rule over the Thuringians. After Hermanfrid defeatedBerthar in battle, he invited King Theuderic of Metz to help him defeat Baderic in return for half of the kingdom. Baderic was defeated andkilled, but the kingdom was kept by Hermanfrid
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King of the Thuringians ?-532
Hermanfrid and his brothers Baderic and Berthar succeeded their father Bisinus to the rule over the Thuringians. After Hermanfrid defeatedBerthar in battle, he invited King Theuderic of Metz to help him defeat Baderic in return for half of the kingdom. Baderic was defeated andkilled, but the kingdom was kept by Hermanfrid. In 532, Theuderic gothis revenge when he, his son Theudebert, and his brother Chlotar invaded and took Thuringia.
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King of the Thuringians
Baderic and his brothers Hermanfrid and Berthar succeeded their father Bisinus to the rule over the Thuringians. After Hermanfrid defeatedBerthar in battle, he invited King Theuderic of Metz to help him defeat Baderic in return for half of the kingdom. Baderic was defeated andkilled, but the kingdom was kept by Hermanfrid
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King of the Thuringians ?-532
Hermanfrid and his brothers Baderic and Berthar succeeded their father Bisinus to the rule over the Thuringians. After Hermanfrid defeatedBerthar in battle, he invited King Theuderic of Metz to help him defeat Baderic in return for half of the kingdom. Baderic was defeated andkilled, but the kingdom was kept by Hermanfrid. In 532, Theuderic gothis revenge when he, his son Theudebert, and his brother Chlotar invaded and took Thuringia.
Hermanfrid
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Hermanfrid was the son of Bisinus, King of the Thuringian Franks, and Basina. He and his brothers Baderic and Berthar succeeded their father to the rule over the Thuringians. After Hermanfrid defeated Berthar in battle, he invited king Theuderic I of Austrasia to help him defeat Baderic in return for half of the kingdom. Baderic was defeated and killed, but the kingdom was kept by Hermanfrid. In 532, Theuderic got his revenge when he, his son Theudebert, and his brother Chlotar invaded and took Thuringia.

Hermanfrid married Amalaberga, daughter of Amalafrida and Theodemir.
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# Name: King of Thuringe BADERIC 1 2 3 4 5 6
# Sex: M
# Birth: ABT 485 1 2 3 4 5 6
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# Change Date: 15 OCT 2001 2 3 4 5 6
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Father: Basin King of THURINGE b: ABT 465
Mother: Menia of THURINGEN b: ABT 465 in XX

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

Children

1. Has Children Princess of THURINGE b: ABT 505

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{geni:occupation} Co-King of the Thuringii
{geni:about_me} [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baderic See Wikipedia for more information.]
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Baderic, Baderich, Balderich or Boderic (c.480-c.529), son of Bisinus and Basina, was a co-king of the Thuringii. He and his brothers Hermanfrid and Berthar succeeded their father Bisinus. After Hermanfrid defeated Berthar in battle, he invited King Theuderic I of Metz to help him defeat Baderic in return for half of the kingdom. Theuderic I agreed and Baderic was defeated and killed in 529. Hermanfrid became the sole king.

*[http://www.genealogiequebec.info/testphp/prodmode.php?no=37810 Other info]
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ID: I5480He40a

Name: Herminafred Thuringia,king-of

Given Name: Herminafred

Surname: Thuringia,king-of

Sex: M

Note:

VERSIONS OF HIS NAME:

- Herminafred [wWikipedia]

- Hermanafrid [wWikipedia]

- Hermanfrid [wWikipedia]

- Hermanifrid [wWikipedia]

- Hermenfredus [wWikipedia]

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HIS LIFE:

- Killed his brother Bertachar in a battle; 0529A

- last independent king of the Thuringii

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SOURCES:

- wWikipedia "Amalafrid"; "Hermanafrid"

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Copyright (c) 2009 Paul K Davis [(e-mail adres niet gepubliceerd)] Fremont CA

Father: Basinus Thuringians,king-of

Mother: Basina -

Marriage 1 Amalaberga -

Children

-1. Amalafrid Thuringia,of

-2. Rodelindis Thuringia,of

Forrás / Source:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=pkd&id=I5480He40a

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From the Wikipedia page on Hermanafrid:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermanfrid

Hermanfrid (also Hermanifrid or Hermanafrid; Latin: Hermenfredus) was the last independent king of the Thuringii. He was one of three sons of King Bessinus (or Bisinus) and the Lombard Menia (or Basina). His siblings were Baderic;Radegund (the elder), married to the Lombard king Wacho; and Bertachar.

Hermanfrid married Amalaberga, daughter of Amalafrida who was the daughter of Theodemir, between 507 and 511. Amalberga was also the niece of Theodoric the Great. It is unclear when Hermanfrid became king, but he is called king (rex thoringorum) in a letter by Theodoric dated to 507. He first shared the rule with his brothers Baderic and Bertachar, but later killed Bertachar in a battle in 529, leaving the young Radegund an orphan.

According to Gregory of Tours, Amalaberga now stirred up Hermanfrid against his remaining brother. Once she laid out only half the table for a meal, and when questioned about the reason, she told him "A king who owns only of half of his kingdom deserved to have half of his table bare." Thus roused, Hermanfrid made a pact with the king of Metz, Theuderic I, to march against Baderic. Baderic was overcome by the Franks and beheaded, but Hermanfrid refused to fulfill his obligations to Theuderic, which led to enmity between the two kings.

In 531 or 532, Theuderic, his son Theudebert I, and his brother King Clotaire I of Soissons attacked the Thuringii. The Franks won a battle near the river Unstrut and took the royal seat at Scithingi (modern Burgscheidungen). Hermanfrid managed to flee, but the Franks captured his niece Radegund (see Venantius Fortunatus, De excidio Thoringae) and his nephews.

Theuderic gave Hermanfrid safe conduct, ordered him to come to Zülpich, and gave him many gifts. While Hermanfrid talked with Theuderic, somebody pushed him from the town walls of Zülpich and he died. Gregory mentions that certainpeople had ventured to suggest that Theuderic might have had something to do with it.

Radegund was then forced to marry King Clotaire, while Hermanfrid's wife Amalaberga fled to the Ostrogoths with her children Amalafrid and Rodelinda. She was later captured by the Byzantine general Belisarius and sent to Constantinople, where Amalafrid later became an imperial general and Rodelinda was married to the Lombard king Auduin.

The Thuringian kingdom ended with Hermanfrid. The area east of the Saale river was taken over by Slavic tribes, north Thuringia by the Saxons.

The fall of the Thuringian dynasty became the subject of numerous epic treatments, the best known of which is in the Rerum gestarum saxonicarum libri tres by Widukind of Corvey, a Saxon foundation myth written in 967. Rudolph of Fulda tells a related story.

About the Sources

The main source for this period is Gregory of Tours, who represents the Frankish viewpoint. Widukind is much later and has clearly incorporated mythical elements into his account. Procopius only mentions the events in passing as far as they affect Italy.

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Hermanfrid (also Hermanifrid or Hermanafrid; Latin: Hermenfredus) was the last independent king of the Thuringii. He was one of three sons of King Bessinus (or Bisinus) and the Lombard Menia (or Basina). His siblings were Baderic;Radegund (the elder), married to the Lombard king Wacho; and Bertachar.

Hermanfrid married Amalaberga, daughter of Amalafrida who was the daughter of Theodemir, between 507 and 511. Amalberga was also the niece of Theodoric the Great. It is unclear when Hermanfrid became king, but he is called king (rex thoringorum) in a letter by Theodoric dated to 507. He first shared the rule with his brothers Baderic and Bertachar, but later killed Bertachar in a battle in 529, leaving the young Radegund an orphan.

According to Gregory of Tours, Amalaberga now stirred up Hermanfrid against his remaining brother. Once she laid out only half the table for a meal, and when questioned about the reason, she told him "A king who owns only of half of his kingdom deserved to have half of his table bare." Thus roused, Hermanfrid made a pact with the king of Metz, Theuderic I, to march against Baderic. Baderic was overcome by the Franks and beheaded, but Hermanfrid refused to fulfill his obligations to Theuderic, which led to enmity between the two kings.

In 531 or 532, Theuderic, his son Theudebert I, and his brother King Clotaire I of Soissons attacked the Thuringii. The Franks won a battle near the river Unstrut and took the royal seat at Scithingi (modern Burgscheidungen). Hermanfrid managed to flee, but the Franks captured his niece Radegund (see Venantius Fortunatus, De excidio Thoringae) and his nephews.

Theuderic gave Hermanfrid safe conduct, ordered him to come to Zülpich, and gave him many gifts. While Hermanfrid talked with Theuderic, somebody pushed him from the town walls of Zülpich and he died. Gregory mentions that certainpeople had ventured to suggest that Theuderic might have had something to do with it.

Radegund was then forced to marry King Clotaire, while Hermanfrid's wife Amalaberga fled to the Ostrogoths with her children Amalafrid and Rodelindis. She was later captured by the Byzantine general Belisaurius and sent to Constantinople, where Amalafrid later became an imperial general and Rodelindis was married to the Lombard king Auduin.

The Thuringian kingdom ended with Hermanfrid. The area east of the Saale river was taken over by Slavic tribes, north Thuringia by the Saxons.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermanfrid for more information.
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Hermanfrid (also Hermanifrid or Hermanafrid; Latin: Hermenfredus) was the last independent king of the Thuringii. He was one of three sons of King Bessinus (or Bisinus) and the Lombard Menia (or Basina). His siblings were Baderic;Radegund (the elder), married to the Lombard king Wacho; and Bertachar.

Hermanfrid married Amalaberga, daughter of Amalafrida who was the daughter of Theodemir, between 507 and 511. Amalberga was also the niece of Theodoric the Great. It is unclear when Hermanfrid became king, but he is called king (rex thoringorum) in a letter by Theodoric dated to 507. He first shared the rule with his brothers Baderic and Bertachar, but later killed Bertachar in a battle in 529, leaving the young Radegund an orphan.

According to Gregory of Tours, Amalaberga now stirred up Hermanfrid against his remaining brother. Once she laid out only half the table for a meal, and when questioned about the reason, she told him "A king who owns only of half of his kingdom deserved to have half of his table bare." Thus roused, Hermanfrid made a pact with the king of Metz, Theuderic I, to march against Baderic. Baderic was overcome by the Franks and beheaded, but Hermanfrid refused to fulfill his obligations to Theuderic, which led to enmity between the two kings.

In 531 or 532, Theuderic, his son Theudebert I, and his brother King Clotaire I of Soissons attacked the Thuringii. The Franks won a battle near the river Unstrut and took the royal seat at Scithingi (modern Burgscheidungen). Hermanfrid managed to flee, but the Franks captured his niece Radegund (see Venantius Fortunatus, De excidio Thoringae) and his nephews.

Theuderic gave Hermanfrid safe conduct, ordered him to come to Zülpich, and gave him many gifts. While Hermanfrid talked with Theuderic, somebody pushed him from the town walls of Zülpich and he died. Gregory mentions that certainpeople had ventured to suggest that Theuderic might have had something to do with it.

Radegund was then forced to marry King Clotaire, while Hermanfrid's wife Amalaberga fled to the Ostrogoths with her children Amalafrid and Rodelindis. She was later captured by the Byzantine general Belisaurius and sent to Constantinople, where Amalafrid later became an imperial general and Rodelindis was married to the Lombard king Auduin.

The Thuringian kingdom ended with Hermanfrid. The area east of the Saale river was taken over by Slavic tribes, north Thuringia by the Saxons.

The fall of the Thuringian dynasty became the subject of numerous epic treatments, the best known of which is in the Rerum gestarum saxonicarum libri tres by Widukind of Corvey, a Saxon foundation myth written in 967. Rudolph of Fulda tells a related story.
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