Pepin Carolingian was born 759 in France to Pepin the Short (714-768) and Bertrada of Laon (720-783) and died 761 France of unspecified causes.

Research Notes

The Annales Laurissenses record the birth in 759 of "Pippinus regis filius" who was named after his father, Pepin the Short (714-768), specifying that he lived two years and died in his third year. His birth and death two years later are recorded in the Royal Frankish Annals.[1]


Offspring of Pepin the Short (714-768) and Bertrada of Laon (720-783)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Charlemagne (747-814) 2 April 747 Herstal, Belgium 28 January 814 Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Himiltrude (c742-c780)
Desiderata of the Lombards (c744-)
Hildegard (758-783)
Gersuinda (750-aft800)
Madelgarde de Lommois (c760-)
Fastrada of Ingelheim (765-794)
Luitgard of Alamannia (c770-800)
Regina (c780-)
Ethelind (c780-)
Carloman (751-771) 28 June 751 4 December 771 Samoussy Gerberga of Pavia (c750-)
Gisela (757-810) 757 810
Pepin (759-761) 759 France 761 France
Chrothais (746-) 746 Liege, Belgium
Adelais (c749-) 749 Liege, Belgium


  1. ^ Annales Laurissenses 759, MGH SS I, p. 142.

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