Epiphania of Pavia

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Epiphania, Epifania or Pyphania (d. 800) is recorded in the late medieval traditions of Pavia as daughter of Ratchis (744/749 – 756/757), King of the Lombards and of Italy.

She was buried in the monastery of S. Maria Foris Portam, which was founded in Pavia, the Lombard capital, by her father.


  • Majocchi, Piero (2006), "Ratchis", Le sepolture regie del regno italico (secoli VI-X), Università degli Studi di Padova .