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Lothaire Ier CAROLINGIENSAge: 60 years795 CE855 CE

Name
Lothaire Ier CAROLINGIENS
Given names
Lothaire Ier
Surname
CAROLINGIENS
Birth about 795 CE (795) 17 15

Birth of a brotherPépin Ier CAROLINGIENS
797 CE (797) (Age 2 years)

Marriage of parentsLouis Ier “le Pieux ou le Débonnaire” CAROLINGIENSErmengarde de HESBAYEView this family
about 798 CE (798) (Age 3 years)

Birth of a brotherLouis II “le Germanique” CAROLINGIENS
about 806 CE (806) (Age 11 years)

Death of a paternal grandfatherCharles Ier le Grand “Charlemagne” CAROLINGIENS
814 CE (814) (Age 19 years)

Death of a motherErmengarde de HESBAYE
November 3, 818 CE (November 7, 818) (Age 23 years)
Marriage of a parentLouis Ier “le Pieux ou le Débonnaire” CAROLINGIENSJudith de BAVIÈREView this family
819 CE (819) (Age 24 years)

MarriageErmengarde d'ALSACEView this family
821 CE (821) (Age 26 years)

Birth of a son
#1
Louis II d'ITALIE
about 822 CE (822) (Age 27 years)

Birth of a half-sisterGisèle CAROLINGIENS
about 822 CE (822) (Age 27 years)

Birth of a half-brotherCharles II “le Chauve” CAROLINGIENS
June 17, 823 CE (June 21, 823) (Age 28 years)

Marriage of a siblingLouis II “le Germanique” CAROLINGIENSEmma de BOURGOGNEView this family
827 CE (827) (Age 32 years)

Birth of a son
#2
Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS
about 835 CE (835) (Age 40 years)

Death of a brotherPépin Ier CAROLINGIENS
838 CE (838) (Age 43 years)

Marriage of a siblingEberhart UNROCHIDESGisèle CAROLINGIENSView this family
840 CE (840) (Age 45 years)

Death of a fatherLouis Ier “le Pieux ou le Débonnaire” CAROLINGIENS
June 24, 840 CE (June 28, 840) (Age 45 years)

Marriage of a half-siblingCharles II “le Chauve” CAROLINGIENSErmentrude CAROLINGIENSView this family
842 CE (842) (Age 47 years)

Birth of a son
#3
Charles “le Jeune” CAROLINGIENS
845 CE (845) (Age 50 years)

Death of a wifeErmengarde d'ALSACE
March 12, 851 CE (March 16, 851) (Age 56 years)

Death October 2, 855 CE (October 6, 855) (Age 60 years)

Title
Roi d'Italie (820), Emp. des Romains (823), Emp. d'Occident (840)

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 798 CE (798)
sister
sister
himself
12 years
younger brother
-8 years
younger brother
sister
Father’s family with Judith de BAVIÈRE - View this family
father
step-mother
Marriage: 819 CE (819)
4 years
half-brother
-6 months
half-sister
Gisèle CAROLINGIENS
Birth: about 822 CE (822) 44 17
Occupation: Mariée dans la Maison de Frioul
Death: June 5, 875 CE (June 9, 875)
Father’s family with an unknown individual - View this family
father
half-brother
half-sister
Family with Ermengarde d'ALSACE - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 821 CE (821)
25 years
son
daughter
son
-12 years
son

Note

Lothaire 1er (795-855) est un fils de Louis le Pieux.

Tandis qu'il était à la poursuite de son fils Louis, le Germanique, au-delà du Rhin, l'empereur Louis, le Pieux, tomba malade. On le coucha dans un bateau, qui descendit le Main et le Rhin jusqu'à une île proche d'Ingelheim, où il mourut. Aussitôt Lothaire accourut d'Italie et se saisit du pouvoir impérial. Un peu plus tard, Louis, le Germanique et Charles, le Chauve, se voyant privés de toute part à la succession, unirent leurs forces.

Ces guerres fratricides se termineront par la bataille la plus sanglante du siècle et la défaite de Lothaire 1er à Fontenoy-en-Puisaye ( près d'Auxerre) le 25 juin 841. Il est contraint à négocier et finalement, par le traité de Verdun (843), les trois frères se partagent l'empire. Ce traité se trouve à l'origine des Etats de France et d'Allemagne.

Lothaire, avec le titre d'empereur des Romains, obtient toutes les provinces comprises entre le Rhin et l'Escaut jusqu'a la Meuse, avec les comtés de Cambrai, Hainaut, Lomme, Castrice, et les comtés riverains de la Meuse ainsi que le Viennois, le Lyonnais et la Provence jusqu'à la Méditerranée. Mais il mourut assez rapidement (855), et son royaume fut divisé entre ses trois fils, dont aucun n'eut d'héritier légitime. CdBdM

  1. Generation 1
    1. Lothaire Ier CAROLINGIENS, son of Louis Ier “le Pieux ou le Débonnaire” CAROLINGIENS and Ermengarde de HESBAYE, was born about 795 CE (795) and died on October 2, 855 CE (October 6, 855). He married Ermengarde d'ALSACE, daughter of Hugues “le Poltron” CAROLINGIENS, in 821 CE (821). She died on March 12, 851 CE (March 16, 851).

      Children of Lothaire Ier CAROLINGIENS and Ermengarde d'ALSACE:

      1. Charles “le Jeune” CAROLINGIENS (845 CE863 CE)
      2. Ermengarde CAROLINGIENS
      3. Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS (835 CE869 CE)
      4. Louis II d'ITALIE (822 CE875 CE)
  2. Generation 2back to top
    1. Charles “le Jeune” CAROLINGIENS, son of Lothaire Ier CAROLINGIENS and Ermengarde d'ALSACE, was born in 845 CE (845) and died on January 29, 863 CE (February 2, 863) at the age of 18.

    2. Ermengarde CAROLINGIENS, daughter of Lothaire Ier CAROLINGIENS and Ermengarde d'ALSACE. She married Gislebert de HAINAUT.

      Ermengarde CAROLINGIENS and Gislebert de HAINAUT had 1 child.

    3. Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS, roi de Lorraine (Lotharingie) (855-869), son of Lothaire Ier CAROLINGIENS and Ermengarde d'ALSACE, was born about 835 CE (835) and died on August 12, 869 CE (August 16, 869) in Plaisance. He married 2 times. The first time he married Waldrade CAROLINGIENS in August 862 CE (August 862). The second time he married Theudberge “Thiberge” ROBERTIENS, daughter of Boson “le Vieux” ROBERTIENS, in 856 CE (856). She died about 876 CE (876).

      Children of Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS and Waldrade CAROLINGIENS:

      1. Berthe CAROLINGIENS (925 CE)
      2. Gisèle CAROLINGIENS
      3. Hugues de PROVENCE (863 CE885 CE)

      Children of Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS and Theudberge “Thiberge” ROBERTIENS:

      1. Fille de Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS (879 CE)
    4. Louis II d'ITALIE, son of Lothaire Ier CAROLINGIENS and Ermengarde d'ALSACE, was born about 822 CE (822) and died on August 16, 875 CE (August 20, 875) in Brescia. He married Ingelberge de SPOLETE, daughter of Gui de SPOLETE and Adélaïde d'ITALIE, in 856 CE (856). She died about 882 CE (882).

      Children of Louis II d'ITALIE and Ingelberge de SPOLETE:

      1. Ermengarde d'ITALIE (859 CE897 CE)
  3. Generation 3back to top
    1. The details of this family are private.
    2. Berthe CAROLINGIENS, daughter of Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS and Waldrade CAROLINGIENS. She died on March 13, 925 CE (March 18, 925). She married 2 times. The first time she married Adalbert de TOSCANE about 892 CE (892). He died on August 22, 914 CE (August 27, 914). The second time she married Théobald “Thibaud” d'ARLES, son of Hugbert “Hubert” ROBERTIENS, in 879 CE (879). He died about 890 CE (890).

      Children of Berthe CAROLINGIENS and Adalbert de TOSCANE:

      1. Ermengarde de TOSCANE
      2. Gui de TOSCANE (932 CE)
      3. Lambert de TOSCANE (931 CE)

      Children of Berthe CAROLINGIENS and Théobald “Thibaud” d'ARLES:

      1. Hugues "Hugues d'Arles" de PROVENCE (880 CE947 CE)
    3. Gisèle CAROLINGIENS, daughter of Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS and Waldrade CAROLINGIENS.

    4. Hugues de PROVENCE, prétendant "malheureux" au royaume de Lorraine, son of Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS and Waldrade CAROLINGIENS, was born in 863 CE (863) and died about 885 CE (885).

    5. Fille de Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS, daughter of Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS and Theudberge “Thiberge” ROBERTIENS. She died about 879 CE (879).

      Children of Fille de Lothaire II CAROLINGIENS and Théobald “Thibaud” d'ARLES:

      1. Thiberge d'ARLES
      2. Boson d'ARLES (870 CE936 CE)
    6. Ermengarde d'ITALIE, daughter of Louis II d'ITALIE and Ingelberge de SPOLETE, was born in 859 CE (859) and died on November 17, 897 CE (November 21, 897) at the age of 38. She married Boson Ier de VIENNE, son of Beuves “Biwin” de VIENNE and Richilde ROBERTIENS, in March 876 CE (March 876). He was born about 842 CE (842) and died on February 15, 887 CE (February 19, 887).

      Children of Ermengarde d'ITALIE and Boson Ier de VIENNE:

      1. Louis III "L'Aveugle" de BAVIÈRE (883 CE928 CE)
      2. Ermengarde de BOURGOGNE (880 CE937 CE)
      3. Willa de VIENNE (876 CE917 CE)
      4. Engelberge de VIENNE (887 CE919 CE)