Person:Heinrich Babenberg (1)

Heinrich I. im Saalgau
b.abt 0830
d.28 Aug 0886
Facts and Events
Name[3] Heinrich I. im Saalgau
Alt Name Henry , of Franconia
Alt Name Heinrich I. Babenberg
Gender Male
Birth? abt 0830 House of Babenberg
Marriage to Ingeltrude , of Friuli
Death[2][3] 28 Aug 0886 near Paris
Reference Number[1] Q697391?
Occupation[3] princeps militiae
Burial[2][3] Soissons, Aisne, FranceSaint-Medard de Soissons


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Henry (died 28 August 886) was the leading military commander of the last years of the Carolingian Empire. He was commander-in-chief under Kings Louis the Younger and Charles the Fat. His early career was mostly restricted to East Francia, his homeland, but after Charles inherited West Francia in 884 he was increasingly active there. During his time, raids by the Vikings (mainly Danes) peaked in Francia. The sources describe at least eight separate campaigns waged by Henry against the Vikings, most of them successful.

Henry is described in the sources as a Saxon, Frank or Thuringian. His title is given variously as count (Latin comes), margrave (marchensis) or duke (dux). The territory he governed is described variously in the sources as Francia, Neustria or Austrasia, perhaps indicating that his military command covered most of the north of the empire from the Breton March in the west to Frisia and Saxony in the east.

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References
  1. Henry of Franconia, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Heinrich (of "Babenburg") (Heimricus), in Baldwin, Stewart, and Todd Farmerie. The Henry Project (King Henry II ): Ancestors of King Henry II.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Biografie auf Wikipedia DE, in Wikipedia, [[1]], gefunden 2016, Secondary quality.

    Heinrich I. (860 bezeugt; † 28. August 886 vor Paris), aus der Familie der fränkischen Babenberger, war der ältere Sohn des Grafen Poppo im Saalgau, Markgraf von Friesland.