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Sichilde (ca. 590-627) was a Frankish queen consort in 618-627; married to Chlothar II.[1]

She was the daughter of the Count Brunulphe II of the Ardennes and the sister of Gomatrude (598-630), who was married to Dagobert I; her maternal grandfather was royal maior domus. She married Chlothar in about 618. In 626 or 627, she was suspected of having had a relationship with Boso, son of Audolène of Étampes, and Boso was killed by the duke Arnebert on the order of Chlothar.


  1. ^ Christian Bouyer, Dictionnaire des Reines de France, Librairie Académique Perrin, 1992 (réimpr. 2000) (ISBN 2-262-01730-1).

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