Person:Ansbertus (1)

b.505-535 France 0570 and 0611 France
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Name[1] Ansbertus
Alt Name Ausbertis de Moselle
Alt Name Ansbertus van SCHELDE
Alt Name Ansebert , Senator of The Moselle
Alt Name[2] Ansbertus Rome, Senator Of
Alt Name Ansbertus Ferreolus, Duke of Mosele
Alt Name Ansbert Ferreol
Alt Name Ausbert
Alt Name Anbestus
Gender Male
Birth[1] 505-535 France
Christening? Duke of Mosella, Mosella, France
Alt Birth? 0520 Moselle, Lorraine, France
Alt Birth? 0523 Old,,Sachsen,Germany
Occupation[1] Gallo-Roman Senator of Narbonne
Alt Birth? abt 0536 Bayern, Germany
Ancestral File Number Q3246766?
Alt Birth? 536 Old Sachsen, Germany
Marriage 0569 ,,,Franceto Blithilde
Death[1] bet 0570 and 0611 France
Alt Marriage 0570 to Blithilde

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Ansbertus or Ansbert, Ausbert was a Frankish Austrasian noble, as well as a Gallo-Roman Senator. He is thought to be the son of Ferreolus, Senator of Narbonne and his wife Saint Dode. This would perhaps make him the great-grandson of Sigimerus (son of Clodius) and his wife, a daughter of Ferreolus Tonantius,(a Roman Senator and Praetorian Prefect of Gaul). His wife Billihild was reputed to be a daughter of Charibert I, Merovingian King of Paris, and granddaughter of Chlothar I.

Little of his actual life is known. Published centuries later Liber Historiae Francorum states that an Ansbertus married Blithilde (also called Bilichilde), and that she was the daughter of "Lothar the father of Dagobert", and then continues the line to the Pippinids through his son Arnoald and his granddaughter Itta (wife of Pepin of Landen).

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Ansbertus, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. (RFC)Royalty for Commoners, 171:46 & 236:48.
  3.   Stuart, Roderick W. Royalty for Commoners. (Genealogical Publishing Company, 1992, 2nd ed.), p. 173-4.