Person:Gundobad (1)

Gundobad _____, King of the Burgundians
d.Abt 516
  1. Chilperic II _____, King of BurgundyAbt 450 - Abt 493
  2. Godwgesil _____, Duke of BurgundyAbt 455 - 500
  3. Gundobad _____, King of the BurgundiansBef 462 - Abt 516
  • HGundobad _____, King of the BurgundiansBef 462 - Abt 516
  1. Sigismund of Burgundy - 524
  2. Godomar _____ - 534
Facts and Events
Name Gundobad _____, King of the Burgundians
Alt Name Gondebaut I _____
Gender Male
Birth? Bef 462 Bourgogne, France
Marriage to Unknown
Other? Abt 493 killed his brother Chilperic II
Death? Abt 516
Reference Number? Q364245?

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    Gundobad (; ; 452 – 516 AD) was King of the Burgundians (473 – 516), succeeding his father Gundioc of Burgundy. Previous to this, he had been a patrician of the moribund Western Roman Empire in 472 – 473, three years before its collapse, succeeding his uncle Ricimer. He is perhaps best known today as the probable issuer of the Lex Burgundionum legal codes, which synthesized Roman law with ancient Germanic customs. He was the husband of Caretene.

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