Pippin of Herstal

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Encyclopedia of Barbarian Europe. 2014.

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  • Pippin — ist: Pippin (Name), ein Personenname Pippin ist der Rufname folgender Personen: Pippin (Arnulfinger), Mönch Pippin der Bucklige (um 770–811), erster Sohn von Karl dem Großen Pippin der Ältere, auch Pippin von Landen (um 580–640), fränkischer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Herstal — Infobox Belgium Municipality name=Herstal picture= picture map arms= region=BE REG WAL community=BE FR province=BE PROV LG arrondissement=Liège nis=62051 pyramid date= 0 19= 20 64= 65= foreigners= foreigners date= mayor=Frédéric Daerden (PS)… …   Wikipedia

  • Pippin II —    , Called Pippin of Herstal (d. 714)    Frankish mayor of the palace and virtual leader of the Merovingian kingdom in the late seventh and early eighth century. His reign as mayor witnessed the further growth in power of the Carolingian family …   Encyclopedia of Barbarian Europe

  • Pippin I —    , Called Pippin of Landen (d. 640)    A leading noble in the Merovingian subkingdom of Austrasia, Pippin rose to prominence in the revolt against the queen, Brunhilde, in 613. He was rewarded for his role with the office of mayor of the palace …   Encyclopedia of Barbarian Europe

  • Pippin der Mittlere — Groß St. Martin Köln, Kapitell des südwestlichen Vierungspfeilers, der Legende nach Pippin und Plektrudis darstellend Pippin der Mittlere oder Pippin von Herstal lat. Pippinus (* um 635; † 16. Dezember 714 in Jupille bei Lüttich) aus dem… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pippin II — ▪ Carolingian king also spelled  Pepin  born c. AD 823 died after 864, Senlis, France       Carolingian king of Aquitaine.       The son of Pippin I of Aquitaine (d. 838), he was forced to fight for his inheritance. He gained the throne about 845 …   Universalium

  • Pippin II — Two early medieval monarchs may be referred to as Pippin II. They are:*Pippin of Herstal (also Pippin the Middle) *Pepin II of Aquitaine …   Wikipedia

  • Herstal — Herstal …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pippin — Pippin, Peppin, and Pepin (Latin: Pippinus , Pipinus , and Pepinus ) are variants of a single Frankish given name. It was the name of several important figures in the Carolingian family that ruled the Frankish Empire in what is now France and the …   Wikipedia

  • Herstal — (Heristall), gewerbreicher Flecken in der belg. Provinz und dem Arrond. Lüttich, an der Maas u. der Eisenbahn Lüttich Hasselt Eindhoven, fast eine Vorstadt von Lüttich bildend, mit (1903) 19,477 Einw., fast zur Hälfte Arbeiter; historisch… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

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