Person:Clotilde (3)

Clotilde de Burgundy
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Name[2] Clotilde de Burgundy
Alt Name[1] St Chrotechilde , Princess of Burgundy
Alt Name Santa Clotilde Borgoigne
Gender Female
Alt Birth? 474 Lyon, F
Occupation? Prinses van Bourgondië. Koningin der Franken.
Birth[1][2] 475 Bourgogne,,,France
Alt Birth? 477 Lyon, Bourgogne, France
Marriage 0493 Franceto Clovis I , King of the Franks
Death[1] 3 JUN 544 Ste-Martin, Tours, France
Alt Death? 3 JUN 548 Tours, France
Alt Burial? Church of the Holy Apostles
Alt Death? 3 Jun 0548 , Tours, , France
Ancestral File Number 9GBK-SR

 Not To Be Confused With?: Unknown (26246)

Burial? Church of the Holy Apostiles (now St Genevieve), Paris, Seine, Ile-de-France, France

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Saint Clotilde (475–545), also known as Clothilde, Clotilda, Clotild, Rotilde etc. (Latin Chrodechildis, Chlodechildis from Frankish *Hrōþihildi or perhaps *Hlōdihildi, both "famous in battle"), was the second wife of the Frankish king Clovis I, and a princess of the kingdom of Burgundy. Venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church, she was instrumental to her husband's famous conversion to Christianity and, in her later years, was known for her almsgiving and penitential works of mercy.

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