Saint Odile was born this year.
Adalrich, Duke of Alsace and father of Saint Odile, came to power this year.
Saint Odile fled to the convent this year.
Adalrich, Duke of Alsace, died and was succeeded by Adalbert of Alsace, who built Koenigshoffen in Strossburi and the abbeys at Honau and Strossburi.
This year the blessed Saint Odile recounted the beauties of Heaven to her sister religious, and entered into that rest.
Adalbert of Alsace died this year and was succeded by Luitfrid I of Alsace.
Eticho II of Nordgau, Duke of Swabia, died in this year and was succeeded as Count of Nordgau by Alberic I of Nordgau.
Alberic I died and was succeeded by Eberhard I, his son.
Rhutard of Nordgau, son of Luitfrid I of Alsace, becomes Count of Nordgau.
Rhutard I died this year. Eberhard I took up the comital office again.
Luitfrid I of Alsace died this year.
Louis the Pious was born this year.
Charlemagne was crowned emperor in Rome this year by Pope Leo III. Eberhard I of Nordgau died this year and was succeeded by Alberic II.
Charlemagne crowned his son Louis King of the Franks on the thirteenth of September.
This was the year of Charlemagne's death, on the twenty-eighth of January.
Alberic II of Nordgau died this year and was succeeded by Eberhard II, son of Eberhard I.
Louis the Pious crowned his son Lothair Emperor of the Romans this year.
Louis the Pious died, and the war between Lothair I and his brothers began.
Lothair I was defeated at Fontenoy.
Lothair I and his brothers divided the kingdom of their father at Verdun this year.
Eberhard II of Nordgau died this year and was succeded by his son Eberhard III.
Eberhard II of Nordgau died this year and was succeded by his son Hugo I.
Hugo I of Nordgau died and was succeded by Eberhard IV.
Eberhard IV retired to ņldorf. Hugo II succeeded him as governor.
Eberhard IV died this year, and Hugo II inherited the title of Count of Nordgau.
Hugo II died and was succeeded by his eldest son, Eberhard V.
Eberhard V died and was succeeded by his son, Hugo III.
Hugo III died this year without children. His brother, Eberhard VI, succeded him.
Eberhard VI died without children and was succeeded by his uncle, Hugo IV of Nordgau, son of Hugo II. The county was ravaged by Ernst II, Duke of Swabia.
Hugo IV died and was succeded by his grandson Heinrich I.
Heinrich I died and was succeeded by his cousin Gerhard of Nordgau, son of Gerhard of Egisheim, son of Hugo IV.