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For the saint with this name, see Lutgardis. For the Danish queen consort, see Luitgard of Stade.

Luitgard (died June 4, 800) was the fourth and last wife of Charlemagne.[1]

Liutgard was the daughter of an Alamannian count and married Charlemagne around 794. She did not have any children with the king and died of unknown causes.


  1. ^ As described by historians such as Pierre Riché (The Carolingians, p.86.), Lewis Thorpe (Two Lives of Charlemagne, p.216) and others. Other historians list Himiltrude, described by Einhard as a concubine, as Charlemagne's first wife, and reorder his subsequent wives; accordingly Liutgard is sometimes numbered as his fifth wife. See Dieter Hägemann (Karl der Große. Herrscher des Abendlands, Ullstein 2003, p. 82f.), Collins (Charlemagne, p. 40.).
Preceded by
Queen of the Franks
c. 794–800
Succeeded by
Ermengarde of Hesbaye