|Nebrod1 was born about 1795 BC.
Neferneferuaten132 was born about 1369 BC. She died. Parents: Pharaoh Akhenaten of Egypt and Queen Nefertiti.
Neferneferure132 was born about 1368 BC. She died. Parents: Pharaoh Akhenaten of Egypt and Queen Nefertiti.
Queen Nefertiti253 was born about 1392 BC. She died about 1364 BC. Parents: Pharaoh Amenhotep III and Queen Sitamun.
Spouse: Pharaoh Akhenaten of Egypt. Pharaoh Akhenaten of Egypt and Queen Nefertiti were married about 1379 BC. Married as half-siblings to serve as co-regents during their father's failing health. Children were: Merytaten of Egypt, Meki-taten of Egypt, Ankhenspaaten, Neferneferuaten, Neferneferure, Setepenre.
Prince Neferukeb of Egypt3 was born about 1537 BC in Thebes, Egypt. He died in Thebes, Egypt. He was buried in Medinet Habu, Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt. Parents: Pharaoh Thuthmose I Akhrperkare of Egypt and Queen Mutnofret of Egypt.
Nehushta109 was born about 649 BC. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 13,616,117,973,889,897,272,967,169. Parents: Elnathan of Judaea and (Elnathan).
Nellie A. was born on October 20, 1887.108 She died on August 26, 1977 in Eureka, CA.108 She was also known as Nan Rogers.
Nestag of the Chaldees1 was born about 1675 BC. He died.
Nethaneel102 was born about 1095 BC. He died. Parents: Jesse Abinadah Nahash and Habliar.
Noah1 was born about 1925 BC. He died in Jerusalem, Palestine. Parents: Lamech and Betenos.
Noam102 was born about 2130 BC. She died. Parents: Seth and Aklia.
Obed128 was born about 1162 BC. He died. Parents: Boaz and Ruth.
Odgive d'Angleterre was born in 896 in The Anglo-Saxon Kingdom. She died in 951 in The Kingdom of France.62 She has Ancestral File Number 48377102433.
King Odo Count of Paris was born in 860 in The Kingdom of France.62 Between 888 and 893 he was a King of the Franks. When King Charles III died in 888, the bishops, counts, and other magnates refused to have another German prince in West Francia, and named Odo King. He died in 893.155 Parents: Robert the Strong and (Robert).
Queen of Finland was born about 435. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 396,281,189,072,897.
Queen of Germany was born about 885. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 24187084291.
Queen of Jutland and Vestfold was born about 764. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 386993348709.
Spouse: King Olaf II GUDRODSSON of Jutland and Vestfold. King Olaf II GUDRODSSON of Jutland and Vestfold and Queen of Jutland and Vestfold were married about 779. Children were: Rognvald OLAFSSON of Agder, The Glorious.
Queen of Kvenland was born about 555. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 24,767,574,317,057.
Countess of Toulouse was born about 1050. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 24188645019.
Ohel88 was born about 506 BC. He died. Parents: Zerubbabel and (Zorobabel).
Omri was born about 963 BC in Gibberthon, Philistia, Israel.102 He died in 918 BC in Omri, Samaria, North Kingdom.102 1 Kings 20:34, 1 Kings 16:28. He was buried in Samaria. He has Ancestral File Number 55,771,619,221,053,019,230,073,520,130.
Onias I88 was born about 275 BC. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 831,061,888,054,803,300,356. Parents: Juddual and (Juddual).
Emperor Otto the Great was born in 912. He died in 973. Holy Roman emperor (962-73) and German king (936-73), son and successor of Henry I of Germany. He is often regarded as the founder of the Holy Roman Empire. Boldly developing the policies that his father had begun, Otto brought the Middle Kingdom of the Carolingian Lothair I (see Verdun, Treaty of), including Italy, Burgundy, and Lotharingia, under German influence and broke the independence of the duchies. The rebellions of Otto's brother, Henry, and of Duke Eberhard of Franconia were ended by the battle of Andernach (939) and Henry's submission (941). King Louis IV of France, hoping to gain Lotharingia, had assisted the rebels, and Otto campaigned against him (940) with Hugh the Great; in 942, however, Otto and Louis reached an agreement, and Otto helped Louis to defeat Hugh (950). In 951, Otto invaded Italy, taking advantage of an appeal from the widowed Italian queen, Adelaide, who was about to be forced into a marriage with the son of Berengar II. Defeating Berengar, Otto assumed the title king of the Lombards, married Adelaide, and returned to Germany, where Berengar eventually paid him homage. In Germany another revolt was brewing. Rivalry and jealousy among the dukes, particularly against Otto's brother, Henry, whom he had made duke of Bavaria in 947, resulted in a rebellion in 953 led by Conrad the Red and Otto's son Duke Ludolf of Swabia. New attacks by the Magyars ended the rebellion and forced the dukes to form a united front against the invaders, who were defeated (955) in the Lechfeld. Otto had already begun to counter the ducal power by creating the "Ottonian system," entailing close alliance between the crown and the higher prelates. An important exponent of the alliance was his brother and chief adviser, St. Bruno, archbishop of Cologne, whom Otto made duke of Lotharingia. Meanwhile, in Italy, Berengar II resumed his aggression. Pope John XII appealed to Otto, who entered Rome and was crowned emperor early in 962, reviving the imperial title of the Carolingians and legitimizing the German kings' claim to the Middle Kingdom; Otto thus linked the destinies of Italy and Germany. John soon found the emperor too powerful and, while Otto was campaigning against Berengar, secretly negotiated with Otto's enemies. Otto hastened back to Rome (963), deposed John, and installed a new pope, Leo VIII. The Romans, seeing all independence lost, rose in 964 and restored John, but John died the same year and Otto reinstated Leo. Otto's campaign (966-72) to gain control over S Italy was unsuccessful, but a minor diplomatic triumph was scored in 972 when Emperor John I of Byzantium gave a Greek princess in marriage to Otto's son and successor, Otto II. Parents: King Henry I of Germany and Queen of Germany.
Ozem102 was born about 1091 BC. He died. Parents: Jesse Abinadah Nahash and Habliar.
Pedaiah109 was born about 570 BC. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 1,702,014,746,736,237,159,120,896. Parents: Shealtiel and (Shealtiel).
Pediah of Rumah109 was born about 705 BC. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 54,464,471,895,559,589,091,868,674.
King Pelag of Babylon254 was born about 1740 BC in Jerusalem, Palestine. He died in Jerusalem, Palestine. Parents: King Eber IBN SHELAH of Babylon and 'Azurad bint NEBROD.
Penardun127 was born about 60. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 811,583,875,053,518,857. Parents: Brân the Blessed and Anna.
Comte Pépin dans la Région de Paris199 was born about 817 in Peronne. He died about 892. He has Ancestral File Number 96748337156. Parents: King Bernard d'Italie and Cunégonde.
King Pépin I de Lombardie d'Italie was born in April 773 in Aachen, Rhineland, Kingdom of the Franks.62 He was christened on April 12, 781 in Vatican, Rome, Kingdom of Italy.62 By Pope Adrien I. Between 781 and 810 he was a King of Italie. Given the title of king of Italy in 781, Pepin took part in campaigns against Duke Tassilo III of Bavaria from 787 and led an army against the Avars in 796. His Venetian campaign (809-810) enabled Charlemagne later to come to favourable terms with the Byzantine Empire. As early as 806 Charlemagne, in planning the division of his lands, had decided that on his death Pepin should inherit Italy, Bavaria, and the territory of the Alemanni, but Pepin predeceased his father by four years. He died on July 8, 810.62 He has Ancestral File Number 386993348624. Parents: Empereur Charlemagne d'Occident, Roi des Francs and Empress Hildegarde de Suabia of the West.
Perrine was born about 1571 in Mortagne, Perche, Normandie, Kingdom of France.4 She died in The Kingdom of France. She has Ancestral File Number 15563.
Lord Pharamond of the West Franks was born about 370 in Westphalia, Germany. Between 419 and 430 he was a Lord of the West Franks. He died in 430.184 He has Ancestral File Number 1,585,124,755,963,904. Parents: Frotmund and (Frotmund).
Pharez256 was born about 1419 BC. He died. Parents: Judah and Tamar.
Countess Philippa de Toulouse was born in 1074 in Toulouse, Languedoc, Kingdom of France.62 She died on November 28, 1118 in Abbey de Fontevrault, Poitiers, Aquitaine, Kingdom of France.62 She has Ancestral File Number 12094322509. Parents: Count William IV de Toulouse and Countess of Toulouse.
Spouse: Duke William IX de Aquitaine, the Troubador. Duke William IX de Aquitaine, the Troubador and Countess Philippa de Toulouse were married in 1094 in Poitiers, Aquitaine, Kingdom of France.62 Children were: Duke William X de Aquitaine, Raymond.
Pierre5 was born about 1649. He died. Parents: () and Florence GAREMAN.
Plectrude155 was born about 652. She died in April 714.257 Attempted to gain her late husband Mayor of the Palace Pepin II's kingdom; threw her step-son Charles Martel into prison.
Potipherah Priest of Ra131 was born about 1460 BC. He died.
Saxon Princess159 was born about 698. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 6191893577991.
Queen of Egypt was born about 1578 BC. She died.
Queen of Egypt was born about 1600 BC. She died.
Rachab the Scarlet Woman was born about 1225 BC in Jericho, Benjamin, Israel. She died in Bethlehem, Judah, Israel.102
Rachel258 was born about 1484 BC. She died about 1438 BC. She was buried in Canaan, Palestine. En Route to Bethleham or Ephrath. Parents: Laban and (Laban).
Raddai102 was born about 1093 BC. He died. Parents: Jesse Abinadah Nahash and Habliar.
Count Rainier IV, of Hainault114 was born about 965. He died.
Rake'el1 was born about 1950 BC. He died. Parents: Methusaleh and Edna.
Ram Arni128 was born about 1362 BC. He died. Parents: Hezron and Kenita.
Rashujal102 was born about 2070 BC. He died. Parents: Cainan and Mualeleth.
Rasueja1 was born about 1842 BC. She died. Parents: Elam and (Elam).
Raymond62 was born about 1050. He died. Parents: () and ().
Raymond was born in 1115 in Poitiers, Aquitaine, Kingdom of France.62 He died. Parents: Duke William IX de Aquitaine, the Troubador and Countess Philippa de Toulouse.
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