|7188074482106368||i.||Frithogar of Saxony, born Abt. 299.|
|7188074687627264||i.||Bartherus King of the Franks, born 180; died 272.|
|7188074687664128||i.||Hunuil King of the Goths, born 200.|
|7188074687666688||i.||Publius Flavius Sabinus.|
|7188074687666690||i.||Emperor of Rome Titus Vespasius Emperor of Rome, born in Dec. 30, 39 CE in Rome; died in September 81 CE; married Arricidia Tertulle.|
|7188074687666697||i.||Domita Lucilla Trajanus, married Julianus Calpurnius Piso.|
|7188074687666698||i.||Antoninus Pius Emperor of Rome, born in Sept. 19, 86 CE at Lanuvium; died March 160/61.|
|7188074687666700||i.||Roman Emperor Claudius I of Rome, born in 10 B.C., Lugdunum, Gaul; died in 54 A.D; married Aemilia Lepida.|
|7188074687666701||i.||Aemilia Lepida, married Roman Emperor Claudius I of Rome.|
Notes for NN. of the Icenians:|
[De La Pole.FTW]
Sources: Pfafman; Kraentzler 1812; Smallwood.
This connection is VERY SHAKY. Most sources say the fate of Boadicia's two
daughters, after the Romans defeated the Iceni in 60 A.D., is not known. Most
believe they were killed in, or after, the battle--or, possibly, took poison
with their mother.
Smallwood (Volume II, p. 161) says her source for this marriage is "Royal
Ancestors of Magna Charta Barons" (1959) by Carr P. Collins Jr. And Pfafman
cites Smallwood as one of the sources for his book. Ergo, Collins probably is
the source for this information.
Kraentzler, however, in line 1812 also has Meric married to N.N., daughter
of Boadicea. He does not name Boadicea's husband, which he certainly should
have been able to find.
|7188074687666718||i.||Eurgen Ap Marius, born Abt. 107.|
|7188074687666716||ii.||"Old King Cole" Coel I of Colchester, born 120; died 170; married (2) Penardun.|
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