Charles the bald

Apparition de Charles le Chauve et sa mise en sépulture à St-Denis (France, 15°s)- CHARLES LE CHAUVE. 8) TOMBEAU, 1: Au cours du retour vers Paris, en raison de la décomposition du corps, son corps est enterré à Saint-Pierre de NANTUA. (Rhone-Alpes) Selon la tradition, 7 ans après après sa mort, Charles le Chauve apparaît à un moine de Saint-Denis (et à un moine de Saint-Quentin en Vermandois).

Apparition of Charles the Bald after his death and burial in Saint Denis.

Charles II, the Bald (823 - 877). King of the West Franks from 875 to 877. He married twice, to Ermentrude of Orléans, and then again to Richilde of Provence. He wasn't actually bald, but at this time, bald meant landless.

Charles the Bald June 823 – 6 October Holy Roman Emperor as Charles II) and King of West Francia as Charles II). Generation 39 on family tree.

Comb of Charles the Bald

Comb of Charles the Bald

Tomb of Charles the Bald (early 13th century).  From Dictionnaire raisonné de l’architecture française du XIe au XVIe siècle (Reasoned dicti...

Tomb of Charles the Bald (early 13th century). From Dictionnaire raisonné de l’architecture française du XIe au XVIe siècle (Reasoned dicti...

Carolingian Bible, the Lindau Gospels were made in the court workshop of Charles the Bald, grandson of Charlemagne. The dominant feature of its front cover is a gold repoussé Crucifixion, with ten mourning figures surrounding Christ. The architectural features of the border allude to the Heavenly Jerusalem, the city made possible by Christ’s sacrifice. The raised stones in the borders and the tiny footstools protect the delicate repoussé work when the book is open.

Carolingian Bible, the Lindau Gospels were made in the court workshop of Charles the Bald, grandson of Charlemagne. The dominant feature of its front cover is a gold repoussé Crucifixion, with ten mourning figures surrounding Christ. The architectural features of the border allude to the Heavenly Jerusalem, the city made possible by Christ’s sacrifice. The raised stones in the borders and the tiny footstools protect the delicate repoussé work when the book is open.

King Charles the Bald

King Charles the Bald Hey look it's my great great great great great- never mind that'll take forever. he's my ancestor

His family is named after him and called Robertians. He was first nominated by Charles the Bald missus dominicus in 853. Robert was the father of the kings Odo and Robert I of France. Robert was the great-grandfather of Hugh Capet

His family is named after him and called Robertians. He was first nominated by Charles the Bald missus dominicus in Robert was the father of the kings Odo and Robert I of France. Robert was the great-grandfather of Hugh Capet

Sceau de Charles II le Chauve, empereur des romains. - CHARLES LE CHAUVE, 7) ROI DE LOTHARINGIE (869) puis empereur (875), 1:Après la mort de LOTHAIRE II de LOTHARINGIE, Charles est couronné roi de Lotharingie le 9 septembre 869 à Metz par l'archevêque HINCMAN DE REIMS, l'évêque de Metz ADVENCE prétendant que tous les évêques et grands laïcs de Lotharingie souhaitent l’avènement de Charles. Avant le couronnement, Charles doit prendre des engagements envers ses nouveaux sujets.

Sceau de Charles II le Chauve, empereur des romains. - CHARLES LE CHAUVE, 7) ROI DE LOTHARINGIE (869) puis empereur (875), 1:Après la mort de LOTHAIRE II de LOTHARINGIE, Charles est couronné roi de Lotharingie le 9 septembre 869 à Metz par l'archevêque HINCMAN DE REIMS, l'évêque de Metz ADVENCE prétendant que tous les évêques et grands laïcs de Lotharingie souhaitent l’avènement de Charles. Avant le couronnement, Charles doit prendre des engagements envers ses nouveaux sujets.

Musée du Louvre. Serpentine paten with inset golden fishes, from the Treasury of Saint Denis. Paten: 1st c. BCE-1st c. CE; mount: court of Charles the Bald. Gilt of the Carolingian emperor Charles the Bald to Saint Denis

Serpentine paten with inset golden fishes, from the Treasury of Saint Denis. mount: court of Charles the Bald. Gilt of the Carolingian emperor Charles the Bald to Saint Denis

Charles II "the Bald", Western Emperor is my 29th great grandfather June 23, 823  Frankfurt, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany Death:October 6, 877 (54)  Mont Cenis, Brides-les-Bains, Savoie, Rhone-Alpes, France (Died while crossing the pass of Mont Cenis) Place of Burial:Basilica Cathedral of Saint Denis, Saint-Denis, Seine-Saint-Denis, Île-de-France, FranceImmediate Family:  Son of Louis I, The Pious and Judith of Bavaria  Husband of Ermentrude of Orléans, queen of the Franks

Charles II "the Bald", Western Emperor is my 29th great grandfather June 23, 823 Frankfurt, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany Death:October 6, 877 (54) Mont Cenis, Brides-les-Bains, Savoie, Rhone-Alpes, France (Died while crossing the pass of Mont Cenis) Place of Burial:Basilica Cathedral of Saint Denis, Saint-Denis, Seine-Saint-Denis, Île-de-France, FranceImmediate Family: Son of Louis I, The Pious and Judith of Bavaria Husband of Ermentrude of Orléans, queen of the Franks

The first count of Flanders who we know by name was Baldwin with the Iron Arm. He lived in the 9th century and gave evidence of great independence opposite his feudal lord king Charles the Bald of France. About Lorraine ruled, in the next century, Duke Gilbert who his whole life through was on dispute and war with his lord, emperor Otto I of Germany.

The Illustrated History of Belgium: Historia ALBUM I - Part 2 -Gilbert and Baldwin with the Iron Arm

Alberade de Mons, duchesse de Basse Lorraine is my 28th great grandmother. circa 870  France -916 (42-50)  Reims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, FranceImmediate Family: Daughter of Charles II "the Bald", Western Emperor and Ermentrude of Orléans, queen of the Franks

Alberade de Mons, duchesse de Basse Lorraine is my 28th great grandmother. circa 870 France -916 (42-50) Reims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, FranceImmediate Family: Daughter of Charles II "the Bald", Western Emperor and Ermentrude of Orléans, queen of the Franks

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