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This article was the subject of a Wiki Education Foundation-supported course assignment, between 24 September 2018 and 14 December 2018. Further details are available on the course page. Student editor(s): Anderson72.

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This tomb may be over the tomb of Dagobert, but it is NOT the tomb of Dagobert but a much later addition. It therefore does not speak AT ALL to the history covered in the entry. Weird choice. And is this image copyright? - MichaelTinkler

Hmm... the "portrait" image isn't really an improvement, since it falsely gives the impression that there's any reason at all to believe that Dagobert looked like that. It's clearly not contemporary, it's just a picture someone painted more than a thousand years later and called Dagobert I. I think we should rethink including purported images of people if we can't find actual images. -- Someone else 02:37, 14 Oct 2003 (UTC)
Idiot the picture is modified by the artist to make more relevant the pedigree of the king... the blood link with his Holy Ancestor... Understanding? and look at the strange position of the hand, thus normally in portraits we do not see often the hands...

The conspiracy theories outlined in Holy Grail, Holy Blood should not be stated as uncontroverted facts. Should they be included at all, they should be accompanied by a statement of whose theories they are, and how widely accepted they are. Yes, 213.*, this means you. Shimmin 17:54, 21 May 2004 (UTC)[reply]



I added the reference provided and made changes associated with it. Dthem 2000 14:41, 20 August 2007 (UTC)[reply]

Coin of Dagobert I

Coin of Dagobert I, Triens, Uzes, 629-639, gold 1.24g.

Here's a coin of Dagobert I. Feel free to insert it in the article. Cheers PHG (talk) 19:05, 13 January 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Solidus of Dagobert I

Dagobert I solidus, Marseille 623-629.

Here's a solidus of Dagobert I, minted in Marseilles. Feel free to insert it in the article. Cheers PHG (talk) 21:18, 16 January 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Year of birth


What is the source for the birth year of "circa 603"? https://www.britannica.com/biography/Dagobert-I says 605. The Crab Who Played With The Sea (talk) 22:29, 19 November 2018 (UTC)[reply]