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Melusine Develjan (of Albany, of Partenay, de Lucelburg)

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Lineage Salahbi
Sex Female
Full name (at birth) Melusine Develjan
Other last names of Albany, of Partenay, de Lucelburg
Parents

Alabuga (Elynas) (Elinus) ? (of Biljar, of Albania) [Salahbi]

Pressiana ? (Lady of the Develjans) [Kubratos]

[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

Events

birth: Silesia

Notes

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Please do not modify this record without special precautions. Not to be confused with Melisende van Rethel (Rethel, b. 1101 d. 1 September 1161)

Not to be confused with Мелюзина (English Mythology, ?)

References to Melusine as a mermaid or half fish demon was an early Christian reference to her origins among the Pagan Develjans who were scions of the Persian Pishdadi. The family insignia of the Pishdadi from earliest times was the fish (usually a dolphin). Martin Luther derided Melusine as a demonesse or "Devil" in female form and in doing so preserved for us a hint of her origins among the Albanian Alabugadi family of Sahlabi priests whose various branches migrated with the Silk traders north to Kvenland, West to Denmark/Nova Dacia, and who in addition to exerting influence in Constantanople, contributed leaders for the cities of Lubech and Lucelburg and married into the family of Kievan princes.

The Celtic Monolith found in Diekirch/Diedekirch in Luxembourg is remembered as the Deivelselter. Historically the town was named for a sanctuary of priestesses supposedly headed by a Oracular female descendant of the Asar (variously named Aude, Ode, Odde) The monolith was raised as a memorial to the Develjan tribe whose presence was demonized during the middle ages and whose ascendance is now remembered as the time when the Devil set his footprint in the region.

This monolith as the seat of the sanctuary is older than this Melusine and may indicate a deeper historical tie to the region dating from Roman times.

[edit] Sources

  1. Works, Erlangen edition, volume 60, pp 37–42: Martin Luther - Called a "Devil" by Martin Luther
  2. Histoire du Limbourg. Suivie de celle des comtés de Daelhem et de Fauquemont, des annales de l'abbaye de Rolduc -
  3. Charles Pye. A new dictionary of ancient geography, exhibiting the modern in addition to the ancient names of places. London 1803 -
  4. Epica by Nicodemus Frischlinus -
  5. Table Chronologique Des Diplômes, Chartes, Titres Et Actes Volume 5. By Louis Georges Oudart-Feudrix de Bréquigny, Jean-Marie Pardessus, Édouard René Lefebvre de Laboulaye, Georges Jean Mouchet -
  6. | Cronache Praghesi e Boeme -
  7. Johannes (of Winterthur), Alberic de Trois-Fontaines. Godefridi Guilielmi Leibnitii Accessiones historicæ: Alberici monachi Trium. -
  8. http://www.angelfire.com/rnb/bashiri/CHRON/CosMyth.html - Timeline of the Dilmunati Pishdad family from earliest myth. It is highly possible that one of the Pishdadi kings, Abtin, is the same person as the Hebrew Abraham, or is one of the several individuals of the time whose life has been conflated with the legendary/mythological person identified as the Hebrew Abraham. This identification was made through careful comparative cross-disciplinary studies and reconciliation with historical and archaeological record.
  9. Gower, Trilingual Poet: Language, Translation, and Tradition By John Hines, II, R. F. Yeager - Armenians in France, Avallon, and the connection of Partenay to Lusignan


From grandparents to grandchildren

Grandparents
Auda Ragnarsdotter
birth: estimated 780
Bjorn Ragnarsson (Not Ironside)
birth: 800, Husaby on Munso, Malaren
death: after 860
burial: Jarnsida Barrow, Upland, Þorgautr (Thorgaut......)
Malamir (Balamir) Kubratos
birth: after 815
title: between 831 and 836, Khan of Bulgaria
death: 836
Grandparents
Parents
Oleg (Yolyg) Salahbi
birth: about 850
marriage: Ephanda Ruriksdotter
residence: between 862 and 864, Ladoga
title: from 879 - 912, Князь Новгородський
title: from 882 - 912, Великий князь Київський
death: between 912 and 922
Alabuga (Elynas) (Elinus) ? (of Biljar, of Albania)
title: Prince of Albany (Albania)
other: 882, Founding of Biljar
Pressiana ? (Lady of the Develjans)
religion: Tengristic Pagan
baptism: Constantinople, Byzantium, Convert to Christianity
Parents
 
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