Person:Dode (1)

Facts and Events
Name[1] Dode
Alt Name Dode de Metz
Alt Name Doda of Saxony
Alt Name Dode De Heristal
Alt Name Clothilde
Gender Female
Alt Birth? 0583 Sachsen, Prussia
Birth? abt 0586 Dresden-Altstadt, Dresden, Dresden, Sachsen, Old Saxony,Germany
Alt Birth? abt 0586 Herstal, Luik, Belgium
Reference Number? Q3033649?
Alt Marriage ABT. 595 to Arnoul de Metz
Marriage 0606 Heristal, Liège, Belgiumto Arnoul de Metz
Alt Death? 0611 Treves,Rhenish,Preußen,
Alt Death? 0612 Trier, Deutschland
Death? abt 0615 Trèves, Gard, France
Alt Death? 0615 Metz,Austrasia
Alt Death? 0650 Treves, Germany
Burial? Klooster, Trier, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
References
  1. Biographie a Wikipédia FR, in Wikipedia, trouvée 2016, Secondary quality.

    Sainte Dode, en latin Doda, est l'épouse de saint Arnoul, évêque de Metz de 614 à 629.
    Issue d'une famille noble et fille probable d'Arnoald, évêque de Metz, elle épouse Arnulf et donne naissance à  :
    Clodulf († 697), évêque de Metz de 657 à 697.
    Ansegisel († av.679), domestique et ancêtre des Carolingiens.
    En 614, Arnulf est élu évêque de Metz et, comme un évêque ne peut être marié, Dode se retire dans un couvent de Trèves.

  2.   Dode de Metz1
    b. circa 584, #7664
    Pedigree
    Appears on charts:
    Pedigree for Carolus I Magnus, empereur auguste


    Also called Dode of Old Saxony. Also called Doda the Saxon.2 Dode de Metz was probably a daughter of Arnold, Bishop of Metz.1 Also called Clothilde of Trèves. Also called Oda. She was born circa 584. She was the daughter of Arnoald, évêque de Metz and Oda (?).3 She married Arnulf, évêque de Metz, son of Bodegeisel II, duc d' Aquitaine and Chrodoare, abbesse d'Amay, circa 596. She was became a nun in 612 in Trèves.



    Children of Dode de Metz and Arnulf, évêque de Metz:
    Chlodulf, évêque de Metz+ b. 596, d. 690
    Ansegisel, domesticus+ b. c 610, d. 662
    Walchigise des Francs Ripuaires+ b. c 611

    [S965] Don Stone (e-mail address), Re: Gallo-Roman ancestors of Charlemagne in "Re: Gallo-Roman ancestors of Charlemagne", newsgroup message to soc.genealogy.medieval, 1998/03/11
    . Printout dated 4 June 2001. Hereinafter cited as Re: Gallo-Roman ancestors.
    [S232] David Starr Jordan & Sarah Louise Kimball, Your Family Tree (New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1929), pg. 67. Hereinafter cited as Your Family Tree.
    [S175] Christian Settipani, Les Ancêtres de Charlemagne (France: Éditions Christian, 1989). Hereinafter cited as AdC.