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Ingunde (fl. 517)

Queen of the Franks. Name variations: Ingunda. Flourished around 517; sister of Aregunde; became third wife of Chlothar also known as Clothaire, Clotar, or Lothair I (497–561), king of Soissons and the Franks, around 517; children: Caribert also known as Charibert I (d. 567), king of Paris (r. 561–567); Gontrand also known as Guntram or Gunthram (c. 545–593), king of Orléans and Burgundy (r. 561–593); Sigebert or Sigibert I (535–575), king of Metz (Austrasia, r. 561–575); Clotsinda (who married a Lombard king). Lothair I's first wife was Guntheuca ; his second wife was Chunsina; hisfourth wife was Aregunde (sister of Ingunde and mother of Chilperic I [523–584], king of Soissons); his fifth wife was Radegund (518–587) ; his seventh wife was Vuldetrade .

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Ingunde (fl. 517)

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