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Malaric (Toxandrie) de Toxandrie (abt. 0295 - abt. 0360)

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Malaric (Amalaric) de Toxandrie formerly Toxandrie aka of Thuringia
Born about in Gaulmap [uncertain]
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in Franco, Benguela, Angolamap
Died about in Gaulmap
Profile last modified | Created 12 Sep 2010
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Categories: Ancient Royals and Aristocrats Project.

This line is poorly documented. She (?) is assumed to be a sister to ?' [1]
European Aristocracy
Amalaric (Toxandrie) de Toxandrie was a member of aristocracy in ancient Europe.
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Notes

1.) Wikipedia -- "Malaric or Amalaric, King of Galicia in 585 AD ... was the last man to claim the kingship of the Suevi of Galicia. In 585, after the last king, Audeca, was defeated and captured by the Visigoths, Malaric, who claimed to be related to king Miro, rose in rebellion. According to John of Biclar, he was 'defeated by King Leovigild's generals and was captured and presented in chains to Leovigild.'"[2]

2.) Wikipedia -- "Toxandri (or Texuandri, Taxandri, Toxandrians etc.) tribe lived in Roman empire times. The territory called Toxandria, Toxiandria or Taxandria, was roughly equivalent to Campine (Dutch Kempen) northeast Flanders and southern Netherlands. ... this covered all or most of North Brabant, east of Antwerp Province, and north of Belgian Limburg. [. . .] In the mid-4th century, Toxandria de-populated, and was exposed to constant raiding from tribes across the Rhine, outside the empire. ... amongst the worst raiders, the Salian Franks eventually settled ... Toxandria. "[3]

3.) According to Howorth's (1878), study of contemporary and later works, the name "Toxandria" (and it's variants), first mentioned by Pliny, ... may be another form of what Gregory of Tours called, Thuringia.[4]

Sources

  • Ancestry Family Trees; GEDCOM: Malaric TOXANDRIE Birth: 290 - 300 Toxandrie or Gaul; Marriage: 316 Gaul; Death: 350/60 Gaul; King of the Franks or Princess des Francs en Toxandrie; Parents: Ragaise de TOXANDRIE 270-307


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Collaboration

On 11 Aug 2014 at 22:30 GMT Jeff Johnson wrote:

De Toxandrie-4 and De Toxandrie-27 do not represent the same person because: One is make the other female

On 11 Aug 2014 at 22:13 GMT S (Martin) M wrote:

De Toxandrie-4 and De Toxandrie-27 appear to represent the same person because: I believe these profiles represent the same person.

Cheers, Susan



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