Person:Clotilde (3)

Saint Clotilde _____
d.Abt 545
Facts and Events
Name[1] Saint Clotilde _____
Alt Name Clothilde, Clotilda, Clotild, Rotilde, Chrodechildis, Chlodechildis _____
Alt Name Saint Chrotechilde _____, Princess of Burgundy
Unknown Santa Clotilde _____, de Borgoigne
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 474 Bourgogne, France
Marriage 493 Franceto Clovis I _____, King of the Franks
Occupation? Prinses van Bourgondië. Koningin der Franken.
Death? Abt 545
Burial? Paris, FranceChurch Of The Holy Apostiles (now St Genevieve)
Other?  Not To Be Confused With?: Unknown (26246)
Reference Number? Q232365?

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Clotilde, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.

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    Saint Clotilde ( 474–545), also known as Clothilde, Clotilda, Clotild, Rotilde etc. (Latin: Chrodechildis, Chlodechildis from Frankish *Hrōþihildi or perhaps *Hlōdihildi, both "famous in battle"; Greek: Moirai Clotho), a princess of the kingdom of Burgundy, supposedly descended from the Gothic king Aþana-reiks, became in 492 the second wife of the Frankish king Clovis I (. The Merovingian dynasty to which her husband belonged ruled Frankish kingdoms for over 200 years (450-758). Venerated as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church as well as by the Eastern Orthodox Church, she played a role in her husband's famous conversion to Catholicism and, in her later years, became known for her almsgiving and penitential works of mercy. She is credited with spreading Nicene Christianity within western Europe.

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