Frederuna (or Frederonne) (French: Frédérune or Frérone) (887–917) was born in Goslar, Hanover to Dietrich Thodrich von Ringelheil, Duke of Saxony and his wife Gisela of Lotharingia. She was the sister of Beuve II, the Bishop of Châlons-sur-Marne,[1] and the first wife of King Charles III of France,[2] whom she married in 907.[3] She bore Charles six daughters: Ermentrude, Gisela, Frederuna, Adelais, Rotrude, and Hildegarde.[4] Frederuna died in 917 [5] and she was succeeded as queen consort by Eadgifu of England, a daughter of Edward the Elder in 919.[6]

Frederuna von Sachsen
Queen consort of France
Goslar, Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany
SpouseKing Charles III of France
FatherDeitrich Theodoric von Ringelheim
MotherGisela of Lotharingia


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  5. Bernard S. Bachrach & Steven Fanning. The Annals of Flodoard of Reims, 919-966. Volume 9 of Readings in medieval civilizations and cultures. University of Toronto Press, 2004. Chapter 2 (The events in Flodoard's Annals).
  6. Richard Huscroft. Making England, 796-1042. Routledge, 2018. Chapter 2: Ruling the kingdoms 796-899.
Preceded by
Théodrate of Troyes
Queen consort of Western Francia
Succeeded by
Eadgifu of England
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