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Garibald (Agilofing) von Bayern (abt. 0530 - abt. 0593)

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Garibald (Garibald I) "Duke of Bavaria" von Bayern formerly Agilofing
Born about in Bayern (Lower Bavaria), Germanymap
Son of [uncertain] and [mother unknown]
Husband of — married [location unknown]
Died about in Schwaben, Chemnitzer Land, Sachsen, Germanymap
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Categories: Bavaria | German Roots.


Garibald (d. 591)

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Titles

  • Garibald I, Duke of Bavaria


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Parents

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Garivald's parents are UNKNOWN.[1]


The chronology and parentage of the early Dukes of Bavaria is impossible now to discern; to link them in WikiTree would in my (Roger Travis) opinion be irresponsible. See the family-name Bayern and the category for a list of them.[1]

Marriage

Garivald had three (3) children with his wife, Waldrada of the Lombardian Lething clan. Her sister is Wisigarda (Wisgardis). Their parents are Wacho, King of the Lombards, and Ostrogotha of the Ostrogoths.[2][3][4]

m. (after 555) Waldrada of the Lombards. Issue: 3

  • Theolinda
m.1 (ante 590) Authachar "Authari," King of the Lombards (d. 05 Sep 590 Ticinum; Father: Kleph)
m.2 (late 590 or after) Agilolf "Ago" UNKNOWN (d. 615), King of the Lombards
  • Gundoald, Duke of Asti
m. UNKNOWN
  • (dau) ______
m. Evan UNKNOWN

Sources

Wikipedia: Garibald I of Bavaria (stub)



European Aristocrats Source
Our main source for medieval genealogy in the European Aristocrats Project is the FMG database MEDIEVAL LANDS: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families by Charles Cawley,© Foundation for Medieval Genealogy & Charles Cawley, 2000-2016.



  1. Notice of resolution of ambiguous parentage: According to European Aristocrats Project standards, parents (or lack of) are determined by consulting primary sources, especially collected by FMG's Medieval Lands project.



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DNA
No known carriers of Garibald I's Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA have taken yDNA or mtDNA tests.

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Collaboration

On 14 Mar 2016 at 18:48 GMT Unknown Unknown wrote:

Recommended TO DO:
  • Detach Garibald from alleged father Theodald, due to lack of proof (see Cawley, 2006).[1]

On 1 Sep 2014 at 08:23 GMT Stephen Bridges wrote:

Bayern-11 and De Agilofinges-18 are not ready to be merged because: There are discrepancies in siblings, parentage, and offspring.



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