Name: Arnulf "Arnold" De Metz
Given Name: Arnulf "Arnold" De
Prefix: Bishop St.
Suffix: Of Metz 1 2 3
Name: Arnoul De Heristal
Given Name: Arnoul De
Birth: 13 Aug 582 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium 3
Death: 18 Jul 641 in Remiremont, France 1 3
Burial: Church Of The Apostles, Metz, Moselle, France
_TAG: 4 5
Appointed 611 6
Alt. Death 18 Jul 640
Note: Remiremont, France
Change Date: 31 Mar 2011 at 16:24
Name: Bishop St. Arnulf "de Heristal" OF METZ Sex: M Birth : 13 AUG 0582 Death: 18 JUL 0640 Occupation: Mayor of Palac e Austrasia Note: ALIA: Arnoul de /Heristal/ Birth: 13 AU G 582 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium Death: 18 JUL 640 in Remi remont, France Burial: Church of Apostles in Metz, Moselle , France
Arnoul was the 29th. Bishop of Metz, in 612. He was canoniz ed by the Church, Saint Arnoul. He became the Mayor of th e Palace of Austrasia, and tutor ofDagobert. In the year 61 4, when Clotaire II had had Brunehaut killed, he remained t he only descendant of the sons of Clovis alive. But he is o nly a toy in the hands of the Franc aristocracy both lay an d ecclesiastic. At the head of eachof the three ancient kin gdoms, Austrasia, Neustria and Burgundy, the Major Domus [M ayor of the Palace] gains progressively greater importance . On 18 October 614, Clotaire II signed the Edict of Pari s which in 27 articles, essentially formed the basic powe r structure for the Council of Bishops and the Assembly o f the Greats [nobles].
In 623, Clotaire II was pushed by the Bishop of Metz andals o Pepin [Le Vieux de Landen] , the Mayor of the Palace to g ive Austrasia its own King. Thus, Clotaire II's son Dagober t became King of Austrasia and underthe tutelage of Arnoul.
Father: Bodegeisel II Governor OF AQUITAINE b: 0565 Mother : Oda OF SUEVIA b: 0567
Marriage 1 Dode Clothilde DE HERISTAL b: 0583 Children Bis hop St. Clodulphe OF METZ b: 0596 Ansigisel OF METZ b: 0602
Bishop and member of the court of the Frankish king Theodeb ert II of Austrasia, sometimes called Arnuiph or Arnulf o f Metz. A noble, Arnulf married Doda, and their son was Ans egisel. Ansegisel married Beggia, the daughter of Pepin o f Landen, starting the Carolingian dynasty of France. Dod a became a nun, and Arnulf made plans to enter a monaster y but was named the bishop of Metz around 616. He continue d his court services, making Clotaire of Neustria the kin g of Austrasia. He also served as counselor to Dagobert, Ki ng Clotaire's son. In 626, Arnulf retired to a hermitage a t Remiremont, France.
Feast Day: July 18 Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia, tuto r of Dagobert Bishop of Metz Resigned and retired to a herm itage in the Vosges Mountains.
Father: Bodegeisel De Aquitaine b: Abt 565 in Aquitane, France
Mother: Oda De Suevia b: Abt 567 in Swabia, Germany
Dode "Clothilde" De Metz b: Abt 583 in Heristal, Liege, Belgian
Abt 596 3
GENOMAP old stuff
- Change Date:
31 Mar 2011
- Ansigise Austrasia b: Abt 607 in Austrasia, France
- Clodulphe De Metz b: 596 in Austrasia, France
- Martin De Metz
- Arnulph De Metz b: 602 in Ansgise, Rhine-Westphalia
- Abbrev: Directory of Royal Genealogical Data
Title: Directory of Royal Genealogical Data
Author: Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science, University of Hul l, Hull UK HU6 7RX
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Title: Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New Englan d between 1623 and 1650
Author: Frederick Lewis Weis
Publication: Sixth Edition Genealogical Publishing, Inc. 1988 ISBN 0-806 3-1207-6
- Abbrev: Royalty for Commoners
Title: Royalty for Commoners
Author: Stuart, Roderick W.
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co.
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Title: Universal Standard Encyclopedia
Author: Joseph laffan Morse, Editor in Cheif
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