He died on December 16, 714 in Jupille, Meuse, Belgium. She was the mother of Drogo of Champagne and Grimoald II, both of whom died before their father. He also began the evangelisation of Germania. He was also the grandfather of Pepin the Short and great-grandfather of Charlemagne. Pepin (also Pippin, Pipin, or Peppin) of Herstal (c. 635 – 16 December 714) was the Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia from 680 to his death and of Neustria and Burgundy from 687 to 695. Berthar and Theuderic withdrew themselves to Paris, where Pepin followed and eventually forced on them a peace treaty with the condition that Berthar leave his office. That marriage united the two houses of the Pippinids and the Arnulfings which created what would be called the Carolingian dynasty. Berthar and Theuderic withdrew themselves to Paris, where Pepin followed and eventually forced on them a peace treaty with the condition that Berthar leave his office. Arnulfiens et Pépinides origine des Arnulfiens Arnulf Ansegisel Maires du Palais Pépin l Ancien … Wikipédia en Français, Pépin de Herstal — ou le Jeune (v. 640 714), petit fils par sa mère (Begga) du préc. Just before Pepin's death, Plectrude convinced him to disinherit the sons he had with his second wife Alpaida in favour of his grandson, Theudoald (the son of Pepin and Plectrude's son Grimoald), who was still young (and amenable to Plectrude's control). Pepin subsequently embarked on several wars to expand his power. Arnulfiens et Pépinides origine des Arnulfiens Arnulf Ansegisel Maires du Palais Pépin l Anci … Wikipédia en Français, Pepin — Pépin Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. ; maire du palais d Austrasie (680). As mayor of Austrasia, Pepin and Martin, the duke of Laon, fought the Neustrian mayor Ebroin, who had designs on all Francia. Pepin, sometimes called Pepin II and Pepin the Middle was the grandson and namesake of Pepin I the Elder by the marriage of Pepin I's daughter Begga and Ansegisel, son of Arnulf of Metz. He is married to Alpaida OF THE VISIGOTHS. Père de Charles Martel … Encyclopédie Universelle, Pépin de Herstal — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Pépin. Pepin died suddenly at an old age on 16 December 714, at Jupille (in modern Belgium). Pepin (also Pippin, Pipin, or Peppin) of Herstal (c. 635 – 16 December 714) was the Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia from 680 to his death and of Neustria and Burgundy from 687 to 695. Around 670, Pepin had married Plectrude, who had inherited substantial estates in the Moselle region. Pepin II was probably born in Herstal (Héristal), modern Belgium (where his centre of power lay), whence his byname (sometimes "of Heristal"). However, Waratton's successor, Berthar, and the Neustrian king Theuderic III, who, since 679, was nominal king of all the Franks, made war on Austrasia. He also began the process of evangelisation of Germany. Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1960. Arnulfiens et Pépinides origine des Arnulfiens Arnulf Ansegisel Maires du Palais Pépin l Ancien … Wikipédia en Français, Pépin le Jeune — Pépin de Herstal Pour les articles homonymes, voir Pépin. He also began the evangelisation of Germany. Over the next several years, Pepin subdued the Alemanni, Frisians, and Franconians, bringing them within the Frankish sphere of influence. However, Pepin also had a mistress named Alpaida (or Chalpaida) who bore him two more sons: Charles and Childebrand. OK. A list of names from the publication appears. Ebroin defeated the Austrasians at Lucofao (Bois-du-Fay, near Laon) and came close to uniting all the Franks under his rule; however, he was assassinated in 681, the victim of a combined attack by his numerous enemies. He was also the first mayor of the palace to "reign" as Duke and Prince of the Franks and he by far overshadowed the Merovingian "rois fainéants". Son gouv. There is no information about his wife or parentage, or other children. 1973. Pepin immediately made peace with his successor, Waratton. réunit la Neustrie, dont il triompha à Tertry (687), la Bourgogne et l Austrasie. His grandchildren through Plectrude claimed themselves to be Pepin's true successors and, with the help of Plectrude, tried to maintain the position of mayor of the palace after Pepin's death. He divided the rule of the Frankish kingdom between Pepin and his elder brother, Carloman, his surviving sons by his first wife: Carloman became Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia, Pepin became Mayor of the Palace of Neustria. Click on a person's name, below, to go to that person's genealogy page. She was the mother of Drogo of Champagne and Grimoald, both of whom died before their father. Charles Martel (c. 688 – 22 October 741) was a Frankish statesman and military leader who, as Duke and Prince of the Franks and Mayor of the Palace, was the de facto ruler of Francia from 718 until his death. However, Charles had gained favor among the Austrasians, primarily for his military prowess and ability to keep them well supplied with booty from his conquests. réunit la Neustrie, dont il triompha à Tertry (687), la Bourgogne et l Austrasie. Pepin was created mayor in all three Frankish kingdoms (Austrasia, Neustria, and Burgundy) and began calling himself Duke and Prince of the Franks ("dux et princeps Francorum"). In foreign conflicts, Pepin increased the power of the Franks by his subjugation of the Alemanni, the Frisians, and the Franconians. Around 670, Pepin had married Plectrude, who had inherited substantial estates in the Moselle region. Copyright protected work may not simply be copied or republished. *Wallace-Hadrill, J. M., translator. " [http://www.bu.edu/english/levine/grch4+5.htm The Fourth Book of the Chronicle of Fredegar with its Continuations] ".