Gundeberga or Gundeperga, queen of the Lombards, (591-..) was the daughter of Theodelinda and her second husband, the Lombard king Agilulf.[1][2] She married Arioald, (king of the Lombards; 626-636) and his successor Rothari, (king of the Lombards; 636-652).[2]

As her mother was the daughter of duke Garibald I of Bavaria, Gundeberga is considered part of the Bavarian Dynasty of Lombard royalty. We do not know the exact year of her death, but only that she was buried in Pavia in the church of San Giovanni Domnarum, which she founded.[3]


  1. ^ Peters, Edward (2003). History of the Lombards: Translated by William Dudley Foulke. University of Pennsylvania Press.
  2. ^ a b Pohl, Walter (2001). Werkstätte der Erinnerung. Vienna.
  3. ^ "The politics of memory of the Lombard monarchy in Pavia, the kingdom's capital". Materializing Memory. Archaeological material culture and the semantics of the past. Retrieved 29 July 2022.