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Frodi Fridleifsson




Husband Frodi Fridleifsson 1

           Born: Abt 479 - , , Denmark
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         Father: Fridleif Frodasson (Abt 0456-      ) 1
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1 M Ingjald Frodasson 1

           Born: Abt 501 - , , Denmark
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2 M Halfdan Frodasson 1

           Born: Abt 503 - , , Denmark
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         Spouse: Sigris (Abt 0507-      ) 1



3 M Frodi Frodasson 1

           Born: Abt 505 - , , Denmark
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Frodi Fridleifsson




Husband Frodi Fridleifsson 1

           Born: Abt 281 - Hleithra, Denmark
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         Father: Fridleif Skjoldsson (Abt 0259-      ) 1
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1 M Fridleif Frodasson 1

           Born: Abt 303 - Hleithra, Denmark
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Frodi Havarsson




Husband Frodi Havarsson 1

           Born: Abt 347 - , , Denmark
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         Father: Havar Fridleifsson (Abt 0325-      ) 1
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1 M Vermund Frodasson 1

           Born: Abt 369 - , , Denmark
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Frosti




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1 F Skjalf Frostasson 1

           Born: Abt 428 - Finland
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         Spouse: Agni Dagsson (Abt 0424-      ) 1




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Frotho , King of Denmark




Husband Frotho , King of Denmark

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           Died: 875
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         Father: Horda Knut , King of Denmark (      -0850)
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1 M Gorm Enske , King of Denmark

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         Spouse: Sida (      -      )




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Quintus Fabius and Fuscinella




Husband Quintus Fabius

           Born: Abt 165
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Wife Fuscinella

           Born: Abt 165
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         Father: Publius Seius Fuscianus (Abt 0120-Abt 0189)
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1 F Fabia Fuscinella

           Born: Abt 190
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         Spouse: Clodius Celsinus of Rome (Bef 0185-      )




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Gaberiano (Zaberian) , King of Troy




Husband Gaberiano (Zaberian) , King of Troy

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         Father: Eliacor , King of Troy (      -      )
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1 M Plaserius II (Plaserio) , King of Troy

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Gabran , King of the Dal Riada




Husband Gabran , King of the Dal Riada 2

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         Father: Domangart (      -0510) 2
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1 M Ćdan , King of the Dal Riada 2

           Born: Abt 508
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           Died: Abt 608 - Dál Riata (Now the Western Coast of Scotland)
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2 M Eoganan 2

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3 M Cuildach 2

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4 M Domnall 2

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5 M Domangart 2

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Gaiseric , King of the Vandals at Carthage




Husband Gaiseric , King of the Vandals at Carthage

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         Father: Godigiselus of the Vandals (      -0406)
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1 M Genzo , Prince of the Vandals

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2 M Hunneric , King of the Vandals

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Gaiseric , King of the Vandals




Husband Gaiseric , King of the Vandals 3

           Born: 400
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         Father: Godigiselus , King of the Vandals (      -0406) 3
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• Reigned, 428-477




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1 M Hunneric , King of the Vandals

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         Spouse: Eudoxia (      -      )




General Notes: Husband - Gaiseric , King of the Vandals

(also Genseric) He was king at the time of their greatest power. In 429
he led all his people from Spain to Africa. The Roman general in Africa,
Bonifacius (died 432), tried vainly to turn the Vandals back, but was
defeated and forced to flee to Italy. After a triumphant progress across
northern Africa, the Vandals captured Carthage in 439, and Gaiseric made
the city his capital. Vandal fleets raided Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica.
In 455 Gaiseric used the death of the Roman emperor Valentinian III as a
pretext for the invasion of Rome. The city was undefended, and the Vandals
entered it peacefully, pillaged it for 14 days, and carried away its
treasures. When he withdrew, Gaiseric took as hostages Valentinian's
widow, the empress Eudoxia, and her two daughters, along with Roman
citizens, who were treated as slaves. He then led his armies eastward,
laying waste to Greece and Dalmatia and threatening Constantinople. Two
major attempts to subdue the Vandals, by the Western Roman emperor
Majorian (reigned 457-61) in 457 and by the Eastern Roman emperor Leo I
(400?-74) in 468, were unsuccessful. The Eastern emperor Zeno was forced
to recognize Gaiseric and make peace with him in 476. Gaiseric was
succeeded by his son Hunneric, under whom the African empire of the
Vandals began to disintegrate.

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Sources


1 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.

2 Scotclan.txt *z.

3 Microsoft Encarta 1994 ed.


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