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Theuderic IV from Guillaume Rouillé's Promptuarii Iconum Insigniorum
|King of the Franks|
|Successor||Hiatus(next Childeric III)|
|Mayor of the Palace||Charles Martel|
|Died||737 (aged 24–25)|
After his death, the Frankish throne remained vacant for seven years, until Pepin the Short arranged for Childeric III, the last Merovingian king, to succeed him. Theuderic IV may have been the father of Childeric III, but this remains uncertain.
- Rosenwein 2009, p. 84.
- Rosenwein, Barbara H. (2009). A Short History of the Middle Ages. University of Toronto.
| King of the Franks
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