Guntram I of Orléans


Guntram I (also given as Gontrand, Gunthram, or Gunthchramn) was a Merovingian king who ruled over the Frankish kingdom of Orléans, later referred to as Burgundy, from 561 to 592. He often took on the role of mediator in the disputes between his brothers and later served as guardian over the kingdoms of his two young nephews.

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