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Pharamond ? (Legendary)

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Sex Male
Full name (at birth) Pharamond ?
Other last names Legendary
Wiki-page Wikipedia:Pharamond
Reference numbers GEDCOM::AugustaGall.ged::INDI @I3271@::SylvainComte
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[edit] Sources

  1. Liber Historiae Francorum:Gregorius of Tours. -
  2. Ammianus Marcellinus Res gestae XXXI 10 -
  3. Ammianus, Res gestae -
  4. Historia Luxemburgensis By Johannes Bertilinus - Pharamundum magni Marcomiri Filium, 420 Heribpolis Wirthenburgidiadmated regio redimitus Arottam Cimbrorum regis filiam poste in matromonium sibi ascivit. atque edx ea hosce successive liberos genuit: Clodionem Crinitum (qui patrem in honoribus secutus est), Francionem et Marcomirum. Obit autem anno Domini 427
  5. Historia Luxemburgensis - Pharamondus porro staturae existit médiocris (p2)
  6. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varazdat - In this entry Varazdat is identified as nephew (rather than son) of Pap (Priarios) and the information in the entry may have confused father and son (Varazdat and Varasadates), and also Pap the younger with Priarios the Elder
  7. PDFA 000002-1 -
  8. Lang, David Marshall. Armenia: Cradle of Civilization. (Boston: George Allen & Unwin, 1970) p. 162 -
  9. Caucasica IV by V. Minorsky p. 505 -
  10. Borisov “Inscriptions of Artaxia (Artashes), King of Armenia, 1946, No 2 -
  11. Historical-Philological Magazine, 1965, No 4 -
  12. A.G. Perikhanyan, “Aramian Inscription from Zangezur” -
  13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siunia_Dynasty -
  14. The Olympic games, B.C. 776-A.D. 1896 By Spyridōn Paulou Lampros, Nikolaos G. Politis, Pierre de Coubertin, Timoleon J. Philemon, Bampēs Anninos -
  15. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varazdat -
  16. Lang, David Marshall. Armenia: Cradle of Civilization. (Boston: George Allen & Unwin, 1970) p. 162 - Praefectus Romani - Regency in Thule
  17. Biwzand Eghiayean. Heroes of Hayastan: a history of Armenia -
  18. MS Vat. Gr. 156 v 1 (Codex Vaticanus Graecus). Zosimus "Historia Nova" Book 1 - He and his father Sunno were rescued by Rome, taken captive briefly, and then pardoned under condition of allegiance.
  19. History of Armenia, by Father Michael Chamich: from B. C. 2247 to the year of Christ 1780, or 1229 of the Armenian era, tr. from the original Armenian, by Johannes Avdall, Michael Chamchian Printed at Bishop's college press, by H. Townsend, 1827 -
  20. Histoire du Bas-Empire... Charles Le Beau, Saint-Martin, Brosset (Marie-Félicité, M.) impr. F. Didot, 1836 -
  21. Varangians and Tocharians and their relationship to the Franksh establishment of Toxandrie - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tocharians https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxandrie
  22. http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de/texte/etcs/arm/mokhor/mokho.htm - TITUS History of Armenia by Movsēs Xorenacՙi On the basis of the edition by M. Abełean / S. Yarowtՙiwnean, Movsisi Xorenacՙwoy Patmowtՙiwn Hayocՙ, Tpՙłis 1913 entered by H. Palandǰian, München 1993; TITUS version by Jost Gippert, Frankfurt a/M, 28.2.1998


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