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Pharamond King of Westphalia [10835]
(Abt 0370-0428)
Argotta Queen of Franks [10836]
(Abt 0376-0438)
Weldelphus King of Thuringians [10861]
Clodius (Clodio) V "The Long Haired" King of Franks [10837]
(Abt 0395-Bef 0450)
Basina of Thuringia Princess of Thuringians Queen of Franks [10860]
(Bef 0398-)

Merovech (Merovee)(Merovaeus) King of the Franks [5955]
(Abt 0415-0458)


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Verica Qureen of Franks [10839]

Merovech (Merovee)(Merovaeus) King of the Franks [5955] 24,595,597,680

  • Born: Abt 415, France
  • Marriage: Verica Qureen of Franks [10839]
  • Died: 458 about age 43

bullet   Other names for Merovech were Merewig. and Merovaeus King of Franks.


bullet  General Notes:

He was King of the Salian Franks where the Merovingian line descended from. His name was also spelled Merovech and Merewig.
Acceded: 447

See Europäisch Stammtafeln Band I tafel 1.

Merovaeus, founder of the Merovingian House of Frankish Kings, was possibly the son-in-law rather than son of
Clodion. Merovaeus defeated Atilla with the aid of Aetius in 451 and reigned as King, 448-458. Also known as
Merowig, he was a Flandrian or Tournai Frank.{See Encyclopaedia Brit., 1959, 5:467-8, 9:698}

Merovaeus (Meroveus/Merovee/Merovech) was King of the Salian Franks from 447 to 456, after whom the Merovingian Dynasty is named. It is believed by some historians that this dynasty was descended from Jesus and Mary Magdalene, and that the blood-line has continued down through the centuries to the present day. Organisations which seem to been involved in its continuation and protection include the Knights Templar and the 'secret society', The Priory of Sion, whose Grand Masters are said to include Leonardo da Vinci, Isaac Newton, Victor Hugo and Claude Debussy.


bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Acceded, 447.


Merovech married Verica Qureen of Franks [10839] [MRIN: 4858]. (Verica Qureen of Franks [10839] was born about 419 in Westphalia Co., DEU.)

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