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Nom de naissance Basin de Thuringe
Nom de naissance Bisinus de Thuringe
Nom de naissance Bisinius
Identifiant Gramps I2086
Genre masculin
Âge au décès environ 46 ans


Bisinus, Basinus, Besinus, or Bisin (Lombardic: Pisen) was the king of the Thuringii (fl. c. 460 – 506/510).

According to Gregory of Tours, he supplied refuge from Childeric I, the Frankish king who was exiled by his own people. His wife, Basina, left him for Childeric and the two returned to Tournai together, after eight years.

The historical Bisinus bears some resemblance to the Bisinus of Gregory, but the details are different. Bisinus was the leader of a Thuringian confederation on the Rhine and his wife was a Lombard named Menia. He left three sons, Baderic, Herminafred, and Berthachar, who inherited the throne from him. His daughter Radegund married the Lombard king Wacho.

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Événement Date Lieu Description Sources
Naissance [E3809] vers 460      
Décès [E3810] entre 506 et 510