Flávio Ataúlfo de Coimbra

Flávio Ataúlfo de Coimbra (8th-century) was a Knight of Visigothic origin, Governor of Coimbra.[1]

Flávio Ataúlfo de Coimbra
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Born725
Galicia
Baptised770s?
DiedIberian Peninsula

BiographyEdit

Flávio was the son of Flávio Sisebuto de Coimbra (Judge of Coimbra).[2] He possibly married an Ildoara Sueira.[3] He had four sons: Teodorico; Ataulfo, Bishop of Tría; Hermenegildo; and Milena Usenda.[4] A possible daughter was Ozenda, who might have been the wife or mistress of Bermudo I of Asturias, although this is unproven.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Historia de la muy Ilustre Casa de Sousa. 1770.
  2. ^ Nobiliario de los reinos y señoríos de España. By Francisco Piferrer. 1857.
  3. ^ "Ildoara Atauldo Sueira, de Coimbra's Family Tree". www.geni.com. Retrieved 2021-05-03.
  4. ^ Diccionario histórico: genealógico y heráldico de las familias ilustres de. Luis Vilar y Pascual, Juan José Vilar Psayla. 1860.
  5. ^ "Ildoara Atauldo Sueira, de Coimbra's Family Tree". www.geni.com. Retrieved 2021-05-03.