Pepin the Short

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Pepin the Short
Alte-Mainbruecke Pipinus.jpg
A statue o Pepin the Great in Wurzburg
Keeng o the Franks
Reign 752 – 768
Predecessor Childeric III
Successor Charlemagne an Carloman
Born 714
Died 768
Burial Basilica o St Denis
Consort Bertrada of Laon
Issue Charlemagne
Hoose Carolingian
Faither Charles Martel
Mither Rotrude o Trier
Releegion Catholic

Pepin the Younger (c. 714 – 24 September 768), an aa kent as Pepin the Short (German: Pippin der Jüngere), wis the Keeng o the Franks frae 752 till his daith.