Unk Theodo (Theobald) I of Von Bayern Theodebert (555 - 584)

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Unk Theodo (Theobald) I Of (von Bayern) Theodebert
555 - 584
updated February 06, 2019
Unk Theodo (Theobald) I of Von Bayern Theodebert was born in 555 at Bavaria, Germany. He was born into the von Bayern family and married into the Theodebert family. He died around 584 at Bavaria, Germany at 29 years old.


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Unk Theodo (Theobald) I of Von Bayern Theodebert died around 584 at Bavaria, Germany at 29 years old. He was born in 555 at Bavaria, Germany. We have no information about Unk's family or relationships.
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