Talk:List of Frankish queens

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Mérovingiens[edit]

  • Deoteria, première épouse de [[Théodebert Ier|Théodebert Template:Ier]]. Princesse noble gallo-romaine d'Auvergne.
  • Wisigardis, deuxième épouse de Théodebert Template:Ier.
  • Théodechilde, quatrième épouse de Caribert Template:Ier.
  • Vénérande, première épouse de Gontran.
  • Marcatrude, deuxième épouse de Gontran.
  • Austregilde, troisième épouse de Gontran.
  • Théodechilde, deuxième épouse de Théodebert II.
  • Bertrude (ou Bertrade ou Bérétrude), (582-620), seconde épouse de Clotaire II, roi de Neustrie, mère supposée de Dagobert Template:Ier.
  • Fulberte, épouse supposée de Caribert II.


Can any body who knows French translate this to English? I have all these name down but the English Wikipedia mention two extra names that on this list: Gisela of Gascony and Amatilda; who I think are not real Frankish queens. The order of these queens are also different. Insert non-formatted text here

Birth Years[edit]

The birth years for the above women are entirely made-up. We have no contemporary source which tell us when any of them were born.Wjhonson (talk) 09:48, 10 December 2009 (UTC)
I understand what your saying, but around 531 may have been reasonable to the author of that site since Radegund's husband Chlothar I was fighting a war with her father at the time. It's just seems better that there is a guess at a date instead of putting it as unknown. Since you seem really skeptical about this you might want to look into the three Salian Frankish queens, other than Basina of Thuringia and Clotilde of Burgundy. And also the Merovingian queens after Clotilda of Heristal. I found them only mentioned in the Portuguese article about their husbands and I hightly doubt there existence.--Queen Elizabeth II's Little Spy (talk) 02:38, 11 December 2009 (UTC)