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1 Charles I, called Charlemagne, 768 – 814 (at first only Neustria, Aquitaine, northern Austrasia), King of the Lombards 774, Emperor 800 11808
2 Clovis I, son of Childeric I, King at Tournai (481 – 511), later united most of the Franks and Roman Gaul 2404
3 Charles Martel (Austrasia: 715 – 741, Neustria and Burgundy: 718 – 741) 2090
4 Pippin III the Short (Neustria and Burgundy: 741 – 751, Austrasia: 747 – 751) 1192
5 Louis I, called the Pious, Emperor and King of the Franks with Charlemagne 813 – 814, senior from 814-840 1028
6 Charles II, called the Bald, 843 – 877, King of Italy and Emperor 875 815
7 Charles III, called the Simple, 898 – 922/923 652
8 Charles III, called the Fat, King of Swabia, Alemannia and Rhaetia 876 – 887, inherited Italy from his brother Carloman in 879, and inherited the remainder of East Francia from his brother Louis in 882. Emperor 881 419
9 Louis II, called the German, 843 – 876 346
10 Childeric I, son of Merovech, King at Tournai (458 – 481) 325
11 Louis IV, called Transmarinus, 936 – 954 282
12 Merovech, possible son of Chlodio, King at Tournai (447 – 458) 272
13 Pippin II of Herstal (Austrasia: 680 – 714, Neustria and Burgundy: 687 – 695) 270
14 Pippin I of Landen (Austrasia: 623 – 629 and 639 – 640) 259
15 Louis II, called the Stammerer, 877 – 879 245
16 Robert I,* 922 – 923 231
17 Louis V, called the Sluggard, 986 – 987 209
18 Arnulf, 887 – 899, King of Italy and Emperor 896 184
19 Italy: Pepin of Italy, 781 – 810; Bernard of Italy, 810 – 817 173
20 Clodio, possible son of Pharamond, King at Dispargum and later Tournai (426 – 447) 159
21 Odo,* 888 – 898 152
22 Carloman II, 879 – 884 147
23 Lothair, 954 – 986 144
24 Lothair II, 855 – 869, the second son, received the northern half of Middle Francia, which came to be named "Lotharingia" (Lorraine) from his name. For the continuation, see the list of rulers of Lorraine. 141
25 Louis III, 879 – 882, jointly with 131
26 Rudolph,* 923 – 936 125
27 Carloman, King of Bavaria 876-880. King of Italy 877 124
28 Louis the Child, 899 – 911 123
29 Louis III, called the Younger, King of Saxony, Franconia, and Thuringia 876 – 882, inherited Bavaria from his brother Carloman in 880 108
30 Pharamond, son of Marcomer, semi-legendary king 85
31 Theudemeres, son of Richomeres, King circa 422 58
32 Aegidius 58
33 Theudoald (Austrasia, Neustria, and Burgundy: 714 – 716) 58
34 Charles, 855 – 863, the youngest son, received the southern half of Middle Francia, consisting of Provence and Burgundy. For the continuation, see King of Burgundy. 52
35 Drogo (Burgundy: 695 – 708) 44
36 Marcomer 25
37 Sigobert the Lame, King 483 – 507, killed by his son Chloderic the Parricide 25
38 Italy: Ratold, 896 24
39 Chlodoric the Parricide, son of Sigebert, King 507, dethroned by Clovis 21
40 Ascaric 21
41 Chararic 17
42 Sunno 15
43 Genobaud 14
44 Mallobaudes 11
45 Merogais 10
46 Ragnachar, probably king at Cambrai from before 486, killed by Clovis 5
47 Grimoald I (Austrasia: 643 – 656; died 662) < 5
48 Rign, brother of Ragnachar, killed by Clovis at Mans < 5
49 Carloman (Austrasia: 741 – 747; died 754 or 755) < 5
50 Louis II, 855 – 875, the eldest son, succeeded his father as Emperor and received Italy. For the continuation, see King of Italy. < 5
51 Carloman I, 768 – 771 (Burgundy, Alemannia, southern Austrasia) < 5
52 Ricchar, brother of Ragnachar, killed by Clovis at Cambrai < 5
53 Grimoald II (Neustria: 695 – 714, Burgundy: 708 – 714) < 5
54 Italy: Lothair I, 818-855; Louis II, with his father 839 – 855 < 5

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