||Theuderic Autun is a member of royalty, nobility or aristocracy in Europe.|
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Taylor's article, below, indicates that William of Gellone (Autun-17) , currently shown as born 765 in Toulouse, is the son of Theuderic. Are the profiles below duplicates of the same person?
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The presence of the word "Makir" in his name in the data field suggests that this profile is contaminated by false data from the Makhir of Narbonne Legend and has been removed.Day-1904 16:33, 27 March 2017 (EDT)
Birth in Babylon reflects suppositions of the Nakhir of Narbonne Legend, which scholars have disproven, and therefore has been removed.
BEF 805 or 805 Toulouse OR Narbonne OR Aude; ABT 782; 22 OCT 741 Toulouse
The city of Autun was founded by the Romans as Augustudonum. It is located in Burgundy in Central France roughly halfway between Paris and Switzerland. 
"In 725, the Umayyad general Anbasa ibn Suhaym Al-Kalbi (عنبسة بن سحيم الكلبي) marched up the Saône valley to Autun. On 22 August 725 he captured the town after defeating forces led by the local bishop, Émilien of Nantes, who was slain during the course of the battle. Autun marks the easternmost extent of the Umayyad campaign in Europe. (Septimania) 
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On 29 Sep 2016 at 08:40 GMT John Atkinson wrote:
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