Desiderius was not a dynastic Lombardian king. He deposed Ratchis around 758A.D, but plotted for the throne just as soon as Aisulf died. He and his family were exiled, after Charlemagne invaded Lombardy.
|King of the Lombards
c.757/8 - Jun 774
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Wikipedia: Desiderius; Wikipedia: List of kings of the Lombards#Non-dynastic kings
||Desidario (Lombardia) di Lombardia was a member of aristocracy in ancient Europe.|
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