Person:Ingund, wife of Clotaire I (1)

Ingund , Queen of the Franks 0502 and 0508 Thüringen,Germany
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Name Ingund , Queen of the Franks
Gender Female
Alt Birth? ABT 500 France
Birth[1] bet 0502 and 0508 Thüringen,Germany
Marriage ABT 517 Franceto Chlothar I
Other Marriage Ending Status Divorce
with Chlothar I
Alt Marriage ABT. 523 to Chlothar I
Death? 0563 Loiret,Centre,France
Alt Death? 570 Paris, Seine, France
Burial? Loiret, FranceAbbaye De Saint Benoat Sur, Loiret, Centre, France

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Ingonde, Ingund, or Ingunda (born c. 499, Thuringia) was the daughter of King Baderic of Thuringia (c. 480 - c. 529). She was the wife of Clotaire I and queen of the Franks. She was the mother of Charibert I, Guntram, and Sigebert I. She was the sister of one of Clotaire's other wives, Aregund.

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