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GALLO-ROMAN HOUSE OF SYAGRII
[SYAG101] Consul Flavius Afranius Syagrius m. --- Diroma . [SOIG111] Afranius Syagrius Aegidius m. ? . . [SOIG121] Syagrius de Burgundy m. ? . . . [SOIG132] Syagria de Lyon m. [DIJO131] Duke Latinus of Burgundy
[SOIG111] Afranius Syagrius Aegidius, magister militum, (born c.393, son of [SYAG101] Flavius Afranius Syagrius, Roman Praetorian Prefect [Governor] of Gaul, also see GAUL), a Gallo-Roman consul in Burgundy and Soissons. He died 464.
[SOIG121] Afranius Syagrius de Burgundy (born c.430), self-styled King of Soissons, was overthrown (and executed) by King Clovis of the Franks (486).
[SOIG132] Syagria de Lyon (daughter of Syagrius) married [DIJO131] Latinus, see DIJON below).
[DIJO131] Duke Latinus of Burgundy m. [SOIG132] Syagria de Lyon . [DIJO141] Gondebald m. --- de Soissons . . [DIJO151] Bishop Desideratus of Verdun m. --- de Toulouse . . . [DIJO162] unnamed daughter &. ? . . . . [POIT171] Ansoud de Dijon m. [GAUL172] --- (daughter of Leutharius)
[DIJO131] Latinus (born c.460, at Marneogne), DUKE OF BURGUNDY, married (c.479) [SOIG132] Syagria de Lyon (daughter of Afranius Syagrius de Burgundy, see SOISSONS above). He was living after 500.
[DIJO141] Gondebald (born c.480, at Lyon) married --- de Soissons (daughter of Augin, a nobleman of Soissons, & Agia).
[DIJO151] Desideratus (born c.505), Bishop of Verdun (529-54), married --- de Toulouse.
[DIJO162] --- de Dijon (born c.532, daughter of Desideratus), apparently had illegitimate issue (see ANSOUD below).
[DIJO162] unnamed daughter &. ? . [POIT171] Ansoud de Dijon m. [GAUL172] --- (daughter of Leutharius) . . [POIT182] Sigrade d'Alsace m. [SPOD181] Bodilon de Treves
[POIT171] Ansoud? de Dijon (born c.594, illegitimate son of [DIJO162] --- de Dijon, see DIJON above). married [GAUL172] --- (born c.570, daughter of Leutharius, see GAUL).
[POIT182] Sigrade d'Alsace (born c.617, daughter of Ansoud?) married [SPOD181] Bodilon de Treves/Trier (born c.615, see TREVES COUNTY).
[POIT183] Dido (son of Ansoud?) was Bishop of Poitiers (c.629-c.669), and was then succeeded by Bishop Ansoald.