- THEODELINDALongobardorum Regina, vidua Autharis, A. C. 592. summâ rerum rerentâ, Agilulpho nupsit, eumque cum tota gente ab Atianismo convertit: postea tamen Schismati Episcoprum Istriae, ob tria capitula, in voluta est, sed Gregorii M. monitis, ad se rediit. Mortuô seeundô quoque maritô, iterum clavum Regni moderata est, per ann. 10 ab A. C. 717 usque ad A. C. 626. cum filio Adeluvaldo: qui ambo ab Arioaldo pulsi sunt. Paul. Diac. Hist. Longob. l. 4. Gregor. in Epist.
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