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Cyrus II "the Great" , King of Persia and Neithiyti of Egypt




Husband Cyrus II "the Great" , King of Persia

           Born: 600 B.C.
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           Died: 529 B.C.
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         Father: Cambyses I , King of Persia (      -      )
         Mother: Mandane of the Medes (      -      )


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Wife Neithiyti of Egypt

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         Father: Apries (Wahibre Haaibre) of Egypt (Abt 0595 B.C.-Abt 0570 B.C.)
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1 M Cambyses II , King of Persia

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2 F Atossa 1

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         Spouse: Darius I , King of Persia (0558 B.C.-0486 B.C.)



3 M Smerdis

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           Died: Abt 523 B.C.
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General Notes: Husband - Cyrus II "the Great" , King of Persia

Cyrus the Great (circa 600-529 bc), king of Persia (550-529 bc). He was
the son of Cambyses I, a descendant of Achaemenes (Hakhamanish)
(flourished 7th century bc), and a member of the Achaemenid dynasty. When
Cyrus became (558 bc) ruler of the Persian district of Anshan, the
district was subject to the Medes; five years later he led a rebellion
against the Medes that resulted in the capture of King Astyages (reigned
about 584-c. 550 bc) and the overthrow (550 bc) of the Median Empire.
Thereafter Cyrus called himself king of Persia and ruled a territory
extending from the Halys River in Asia Minor, eastern border of Lydia, to
the Babylonian Empire on the south and east. Babylon, Egypt, Lydia, and
the city-state of Sparta in Greece combined to curb the power of Cyrus,
but in 546 bc the Persians added Lydia to their realm, and in 539 bc the
kingdom of Babylon fell to Cyrus.

The Persian Empire was the most powerful state in the world until its
conquest two centuries later by Alexander the Great. Cyrus was an able and
merciful ruler. Significant among his deeds was his granting of permission
to the Jews to return from their exile in Babylon to their native Israel
to rebuild the Temple of Solomon. Cyrus died while leading an expedition
against the eastern tribe, the Massagetae, and was succeeded by his son,
who became Cambyses II.
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Dag Dyggvasson




Husband Dag Dyggvasson 2

           Born: Abt 403 - Sweden
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         Father: Dyggvi Domarsson (Abt 0382-      ) 2
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1 M Agni Dagsson 2

           Born: Abt 424 - Sweden
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         Spouse: Skjalf Frostasson (Abt 0428-      ) 2




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Dagobert , Duke of the Franks




Husband Dagobert , Duke of the Franks

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           Died: 389
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         Father: Clodius V , King of the East Franks (      -0378)
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1 M Genebald , Duke of the East Franks

           Born: Abt 354 - France
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           Died: Abt 419
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Dagobert II , Duke of the East Franks and Dagobert , Duchess of the East Franks




Husband Dagobert II , Duke of the East Franks

           Born: Abt 300 - Germany
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           Died: 379
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         Father: Genebald , Duke of the East Franks (Abt 0262-0358)
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Wife Dagobert , Duchess of the East Franks

           Born: Abt 304 - Germany
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1 M Clodius , Duke of the East Franks

           Born: Abt 324 - Germany
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           Died: 389
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Dagobert I , King of the Franks




Husband Dagobert I , King of the Franks

           Born: Abt 230 - Germany
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           Died: 317
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         Father: Walter , King of the Franks (Bef 0289-0306)
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1 M Genebald , Duke of the East Franks

           Born: Abt 262 - Germany
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           Died: 358
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2 M Clodomir IV , King of the Franks

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           Died: 337
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Dagobert I , King of France & Austrasia and Ragnetrude




Husband Dagobert I , King of France & Austrasia

           Born: 600
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           Died: Jan 639
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         Father: Clotaire II Meroving (0584-0629)
         Mother: Princess Haldetrude of Burgundy (0582-0618)


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Wife Ragnetrude

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1 F Regintrude de Austrasia

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         Spouse: Duke Theodo II of Bavaria (      -      )



2 M Sisibert II , King of Austrasia

           Born: 629
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           Died: 656
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         Spouse: Hymnegilde (      -      )




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Dan Olafsson




Husband Dan Olafsson 2

           Born: Abt 412 - , , Denmark
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         Father: Olaf Vermundsson (Abt 0391-      ) 2
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1 M Frodi Dansson 2

           Born: Abt 433 - , , Denmark
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Darius II , King of Persia and Parysatis of Persia




Husband Darius II , King of Persia

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           Died: 404 B.C.
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         Father: Artaxerxes I , King of Persia (      -0425 B.C.)
         Mother: Andia (      -      )


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Wife Parysatis of Persia

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           Died: 395 B.C.
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         Father: Artaxerxes I , King of Persia (      -0425 B.C.)
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1 M Artaxerxes II , King of Persia

           Born: Abt 456 B.C.
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           Died: 358 B.C.
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         Spouse: Stateira of Armenia (      -      )
         Spouse: Unknown (      -      )



2 M Cyrus the Younger , Prince of Persia

           Born: 424 B.C.
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           Died: 401 B.C.
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General Notes: Husband - Darius II , King of Persia

His original was name Ochus. He was an illegitimate son hence his Greek
name, Nothos, meaning "bastard." As Ochus, he was a satrap of the province
of Hyrcania when his father died. Ochus's half brother, Xerxes II, was
king for a few weeks; another half brother, Sogdianus, murdered Xerxes II
and was king for a few months; then Ochus murdered Sogdianus and ascended
the throne, assuming the name of Darius. In the early years of his reign
the power of Athens prevented him from interfering in the affairs of
Greece. But after Athens was defeated by Syracuse in 413 bc, Darius II
intervened and supported Sparta for the remaining years of the
Peloponnesian War. In 407 bc he sent his son Cyrus the Younger to command
the combined Persian and Spartan forces in Asia Minor. Three years later
he died. The 20 years of Darius's reign were notable primarily for
ruthless suppression of a series of revolts within his empire.
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Daughter of Audoin , Princess of the Longobards




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Wife Daughter of Audoin , Princess of the Longobards

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         Father: Audoin , King of the Longobards (      -0553)
         Mother: Rolande , Princess of the Thuringians (      -0561)





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1 M Grasulfo/Gisulf I of Friuli, 1st Duke of Friuli

           Born: Abt 540
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           Died: 589
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Maurilion of Rome (Gallo) and Daughter of Baderic , Princess of Thuringia




Husband Maurilion of Rome (Gallo)

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Wife Daughter of Baderic , Princess of Thuringia

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         Father: Baderic , King of Thuringia (Abt 0480-Abt 0529)
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1 F Daughter of Maurilion of Neustria

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         Spouse: Borogiso I , of Aquitaine (      -      ) 3



2 M Aunulf of Rome (Gallo), Duke of Angouleme

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Sources


1 Microsoft Encarta 1994 ed.

2 Knox, Robert John Anderson and Tanner, Danielle. AOL user BobNDani. Fileuploaded on AOL "Tanner/Courtenay/Larsson/9500+" on Feb 2, 1995. File Name: knox0001.ged wsx.

3 O'shea/Charlemagne qvc.


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