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From: "mike" <>
Subject: Re: Early Welfs and Azzo II
Date: 22 Mar 2007 08:36:27 -0700
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>> Carr P. Collins'
> > documentation for this lineage is "Royal Genealogies", pps, 514 and
> > 666;

> The fantasy male line you presented from his worthless book started with
> "Azio...fl. BC" and ended 23 generations later with Welf, duke of Bavaria


I've seen this line as well but not the Royal Gen book. Does the
author say
where he got it from? I just wonder when it was first produced: was
it
concocted for the Welfs in the 12th century or for the Este family in
the renaissance?

thanks

mike


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