|MARCOMIR IV, KING OF THE FRANKS|
b. 114 A.D.; d. 166 A.D.
Marcomir married in 129 A.D. to Athildis, daughter of Coilus King of the Britains (125-170). Through this marriage the blood of the ancient Roman houses of the Julii and Claudii, as well as the ancient Royal lines of the Silures, become mixed with the ancient Merovingian line. Coilus was the son of Marius, King of the British Silures and a daughter of Boadicia, the great Queen of the Iceni. Marius was the son of Arviragus, King of the Silures and Venissa, daughter of Claudius I, Emperor of Rome. (See Ancient Roman genealogy). A son was born of this union: Pharabert (Farbert) in 131 A.D.
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