Apparition de Charles le Chauve et sa mise en sépulture à St-Denis (France, 15°s)- CHARLES LE CHAUVE. 8) TOMBEAU, 1: Au cours du retour vers Paris, en raison de la décomposition du corps, son corps est enterré à Saint-Pierre de NANTUA. (Rhone-Alpes) Selon la tradition, 7 ans après après sa mort, Charles le Chauve apparaît à un moine de Saint-Denis (et à un moine de Saint-Quentin en Vermandois).
Lothair II My 35th great grandfather His reign was chiefly occupied by his efforts to obtain a divorce from his wife Teutberga and his relations with his uncles Charles the Bald and Louis the German were influenced by his desire to obtain their support for this endeavor. Although quarrels and reconciliations between the three kings followed each other in quick succession,Louis favoured the divorce, and Charles opposed it, -neither lost sight of the fact that he had no sons to inherit his…
Seal of Charles the Bald, Emperor of the Romans. After the death of Lothar II of Lorraine, Charles was crowned as the King of Lorraine September 9, 869, in Metz by Archbishop HINCMAN REIMS. // Sceau de Charles II le Chauve, empereur des romains. - CHARLES LE CHAUVE, 7) ROI DE LOTHARINGIE (869) puis empereur (875), 1:Après la mort de LOTHAIRE II de LOTHARINGIE, Charles est couronné roi de Lotharingie le 9 septembre 869 à Metz par l'archevêque HINCMAN DE REIMS,
Richilde of the Ardennes (or Richilde of Provence) (ca. 845 – 2 June 910, Kingdom of Lower Burgundy) was the second consort of Charles the Bald, King and Emperor of the Franks. By her marriage, she became Queen of the West Franks, and then Empress of the Franks. She also served as regent.
The First Crown of Charlemagne (actually the Crown of Charles the Bald)