The social question of the time, that of serfs, also preoccupied Saint Evrard. We find him in 858 among the ambassadors who the emperor Louis le Jeune, son of Lothaire, sent to Ulm, near his uncle Louis le Germanique. Their special function was singing solemnly in the church. It was not before August of 843 that they presented their report to the three kings at Verdun.Wars with the SaracensThe negotiations ended and peace was re-established between the three brothers, Saint Evrard left in haste for Italy. It is certain that it was on his council in 839, that Lothaire went to "Worms" to implore the pardon of his father. It found itself part of a magnificent property, surrounded by water, that actually belongs to the family Bigo-Vanderhagen. "Evrard has a reputation for being both a courageous soldier and able leader throughout these battles. The stay seemed so agreeable to Saint Evrard and the Princess Gisèle that they made it one of their regular residences.The castle which they inhabited was without doubt the same as that of the lords of Cysoing in following centuries. Italy was under threat from "African Saracens". The negotiators, among which Evrard could be found, were charged with making the partitioning equitable/fair. [2] They (Evrard and Gisèle) decided to found a monastery at Cysoing. Angivelig var han sønnesønn til Desiderius, longobardenes høvding. Oxford University Press. His private vertues were no less remarkable. de Cys. He wrote his own name "Evvrardus". The fourth, "Rodolphe", got Vitry-en-Artois and Mestucha, except for the church at Vitry which was given with the Abbey at Cysoing.The three daughters of Saint Evrard, "Ingletrude", "Judith" and "Heilwich", got various other domains : Ermen, Marshem, Balghingham, Heliwsheim, Hostrenheim, Luisinga, Wendossa, Engerresteim. His relics were conserved there. Han tilhørte rikets mest ansette menn, kjent for sin gjestfrihet. The farming ditches were marked in the oldest documents. Emperor Louis the Debonaire went to die (840) and the war, a cruel war without mercy, exploded between the Emperor Lothaire and his two brothers, Louis le Germanique and Charles the Bald. The religious lived there under canon law in a community with all the rigors of the cloister. He was born under the reign of Charlemagne and died under that of Charles the Bald.Saint Evrard was elevated to the court of Charlemagne and of Louis the Débonaire. "Les Sires de Cysoing" par Thierry Leuridan] Marriage and life at CysoingIn return for his services, the emperor Louis le Débonaire gave Count Evrard the highest honor possible: the hand of his (acknowledged) daughter, the Princess Gisèle, in marriage.The Princess Gisèle, a woman of piety and virtue, was the daughter of Louis le Débonaire and his second wife, the empress Judith.Among the rich domains the Princess brought with her in her dowry, Count Evrard found the fisc of Cysoing.One gives the name fisc, in this age, to large, rural properties separate from the royal domains; that is, to sorts of farms with a residence for the master and homes for settlers. Cysoing, above all, has the right to call itself Saint Evrard's village. His private vertues were no less remarkable. p. 768, 905, 914, 919. The project was long and difficult, and was not complete at the time of Evrard's or Gisèle's deaths. The project was long and difficult, and was not complete at the time of Evrard's or Gisèle's deaths. [voir plus loin page 12] [Translator : "C'est sans doute à l'Ecole du palais que saint Evrard commença à se composer cette riche bibliothèque dont il énumère les livres avec tant de soin dans son testament."] They menaced Rome and pillaged it many times. --"Buzelin" Gallo-Flandria I 102 ; III, 107-109 "usw"] Children (with Gisela)* Eberhard (c. 837 – 840)* Ingeltrude (837 or 840 – 870), probably married Henry of Franconia* Unruoch III (c.840 – 874)* Bèrenger (c.840 – 924), King of Italy* Adélard (d. 874)* Rudolf (d. 892)* Heilwig (d. 895)* Gisèle (d. 863)* Judith of Friuli, first married Arnulf I of Bavaria, second married Conrad II of AuxerreDisputed parentage;Paternity theories*His father was Unruoch II. He never forgot those who he didn't free, and tried to improve their lots. Saint Evrard died the same year, 16 December.References*cite book|last=Theuws|first= Frans|title=Rituals of Power: From Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages,503 pages/page 225,Christina La Rocca and Luigi Provero, THE DEAD AND THEIR GIFTS: THE WILL OF EBERHARD, COUNT OF FRIULI, AND HIS WIFE GISELA, DAUGHTER OF LOUIS THE PIOUS|publisher=Brill|year=2000*cite book|last=Morby|first= John|title=Dynasties of the World: a chronological and genealogical handbook|publisher=Oxford University Press|year=1989*cite book|last=Louda|first= Jirí|last=MacLagan|first= Michael|title=Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition|publisher=Little, Brown and Company|year=1999NotesExternal links* [http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=5959 Catholic.org] (English)* [http://home.scarlet.be/amdg/sankt/dec16.html www.amdg.be] (French)* [http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORTHERN%20ITALY%20900-1100.htm#EberhardDukeFriuliadied866 FMG on Eberhard, Duke of the March of Friulia]. It was decided to divide the empire between the three brothers. [2], The three daughters of Saint Evrard, Ingletrude, Judith and Heilwich, got various other domains : Ermen, Marshem, Balghingham, Heliwsheim, Hostrenheim, Luisinga, Wendossa, Engerresteim. After this date, we know nothing more about Saint Evrard until his Testimony, a very interesting/curious/strange document, whose authenticity is certain and in which we are given information on the life of Saint Evrard. The war wore on for several years and ended in 851 with the defeat of the Saracens. m ARNULF Graf im Nordgau, son of Markgraf LUITPOLD Graf in Carinthia & his wife Kunigunde [Ahalolfinger] (-14 Jul 937, bur Regensburg St Emmeran). They menaced Rome and pillaged it many times. In the tradition of Charlemagne, Evrard forced the vanquished to convert to Christianity, meritoriously teaching them the Gospel, himself. This Testimony was made in Italy, at Musiestro Castle, in the county of Trévise, in 867. He was seconded in this task by his pious wife, Gisèle, who dedicated herself to the education of their many children. "Evrard has a reputation for being both a courageous soldier and able leader throughout these battles. It is dated 867, the 28th year of the reign of Lothaire's son, Louis le Jeune. The past of Saint Evrard and of the village of Cysoing are themselves intimately tied such that it is impossible to separate them. They menaced Rome and pillaged it many times. The farming ditches were marked in the oldest documents. It is certain that it was on his council in 839, that Lothaire went to "Worms" to implore the pardon of his father. di Friuli; Bertha and Adalhard, abbé de Saint-Bertin Evrard and his consort meticulously recorded not only their lands and possessions within a prepared will, but the identities and relationships of family members and neighboring royals. Saint Evrard had another daughter who carried the name of Gisèle, her mother. In his elevated position, he strove to preserve modisty and humility, to avoid spleandour and arrogance. p. 768, 905, 914, 919.] the second, "Bèrenger", got Annappes with its dedepencencies less Gruson and the other properties in the Hesbaye and in the Condrost. In their testimony, he expressly refrained from impeding their liberty. The stay seemed so agreeable to Saint Evrard and the Princess Gisèle that they made it one of their regular residences.The castle which they inhabited was without doubt the same as that of the lords of Cysoing in following centuries. Cartul. "Evrard has a reputation for being both a courageous soldier and able leader throughout these battles. He became even more glorious through his martyrdom." In the tradition of Charlemagne, Evrard forced the vanquished to convert to Christianity, meritoriously teaching them the Gospel, himself. Cysoing, of this age, has therefore "a church", or less "a chappel" that was without doubt the same chappel as the royal fisc.Foundation of the Abbey at CysoingSaint Evrard, at Cysoing, had a chaplain named Walgaire. As his name belongs to a great history, our region could, in right name, be re-vindicated as one of his glories. The farming ditches were marked in the oldest documents. "Gisle" donated property to Cysoing for the anniversaries of "Ludovico imperatore patre meo et…Judith imperatrice matre mea et…rege Karolo…germano et…prole mea…Hengeltrude, Hunroc, Berengario, Adelardo, Rodulpho, Hellwich, Gilla, Judith" by charter dated to [874][226]. It found itself part of a magnificent property, surrounded by water, that actually belongs to the family Bigo-Vanderhagen. Articles with French-language external links, Articles incorporating text from Wikipedia, Medieval Lands Project on Eberhard, Duke of the March of Friulia, https://military.wikia.org/wiki/Eberhard_of_Friuli?oldid=5065923, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, "Alas, some have written that Saint Evrard had for his father, "His grandfather was, it is said, the Count. It appears chronologically unlikely for any of King Louis's sisters, whose dates of birth can be estimated to [908/17], to have been the mother of Raoul [II] who was killed in battle in 944, presumably when he was already adult.