Information about King Sigebert III of the Franks

King Sigebert III of the Franks (630 - 656)

Sigebert III was the king of Austrasia from 634 to his death; around 656–660. He has been described as the first roi fainéant - do-nothing king - of the Merovingian dynasty. Sigebert was the eldest son of King Dagobert I and his concubine Ragnetrude and half-brother of King Clovis II.

His wife was Queen Chimnechild of Burgundy and their son was King Dagobert II. To satisfy the Austrasian aristocracy (who exercised a certain autonomy), Sigebert's father gave him the kingdom of Austrasia, although it remained part of the larger Frankish realm.

King Sigebert III of the Franks reigned in...
Reigned asIn CountryFromToCoins Issued
King Sigebert III (Austrasia) Francia (Kingdom of the Franks) 634 656
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