- Married: Apr 907
- Died: 10 Feb 916/7, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Frederuna, sister of Bovo II, Bishop of Châlons.
The charter of "Karolus…rex" dated "907 XIII Kal Mai" refers to "quondam nobili prosapia puellam…Frederunam" who had recently become his wife. The charter of "Karolus…rex" dated "917 VII Kal Aug" refers to "nostra uxor Frideruna…frater eius Bovo Catalannensis Antistes Ecclesiæ". Nothing definite is known about the origins of Bovo, although Flodoard refers to "Berengario Transrhenensi clerico" as "nepoti Bovonis Catalaunensis quondam episcopi" when recording his appointment as Bishop of Cambrai in 956. McKitterick assumes that Frederuna was of Lotharingian origin. Settipani speculates that Queen Frederuna was probably a close relation of Mathilde, second wife of Heinrich I King of Germany...
The charter of "Karolus…rex" dated "918 IV Id Feb" refers to the death of "nostræ…coniugis Friderunæ", and the charter dated "918 II Id Mar" that she had died "IV Id Feb".
Frederuna married Charles III "Le Simple" CAROLING, King of the Franks, son of Louis II "le Bègue" CAROLING, King of the West Franks, and Adelais D' ANGOULÊME, Queen of the Franks, in Apr 907. (Charles III "Le Simple" CAROLING was born on 17 Sep 879, died on 7 Oct 929 in Péronne, Austrasia and was buried in monastère de Saint-Fursy, Péronne, Austrasia.)
1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands, Frederuna.