Notes for Mallobaudes: Mallobaudes, King of the Franks, in Worms b. 320, #10458 Pedigree
Mallobaudes, King of the Franks, in Worms opposed the Frank Malaric.1 He was born in 320. He was the son of Malaric, King of the Franks, in Toxandrie and N. N. of the Gauls. He killed Macrianus, king of the Alemanni in 374.2 King of the Franks in Worms. He was elected King of the Franks in 378.1 He was appointed as commander of household troops by Gratian and sent with general Nannianus against Lentienses Alemanni (Ammianus Marcellinus, XXX, 3,7), defeating the Alemans near the Rhine and killing King Priarius (AM XXXI, 10,6) in 378.2
Children of Mallobaudes, King of the Franks, in Worms: N. N. des Francs+ Richomer, Consul+ b. c 350, d. 384
1. [S504] Christian Settipani, Les Ancetres de Charlemagne, Addenda (1990), and Addenda thereto (31 Jan 2000) (http://www.rootsweb.com/~medieval/charladdend.htm: GEN-MEDIEVAL/soc.genealogy.medieval, 31 Jan 2000). Hereinafter cited as AdC-Addendas. 2. [S218] The Oxford Merovingian Page, online .. Hereinafter cited as The Oxford Merovingian Page.
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