Teudelinda (5th-century – d. 501) was a Burgundian queen consort by marriage to king Godegisel.[1]

She is known for her Pro-Christian activity and mentioned in the hagiographies of local saints.

She was executed along with her spouse and children by her brother-in-law Gundobad after the rebellion of her spouse in 501.


  1. ^ Favrod J. Les Burgondes: un royaume oublié au coeur de l’Europe. — Collection le savoir suisse, 2002. — 142 p. — ISBN 978-2-8807-4596-7.