|When the hair had grown back: Dagobert II|
I have the feeling there are way too many people mentioned here.
Bilichild and Childeric even named their first son Dagobert, which is odd since their good fortune was built indirectly on the theft of his birthright. But he probably didn't mind, as he was taken in by Bishop Desiderius of Poitiers, then sent to a monastery in Ireland, and then to the court of an English king. He married an Anglo-Saxon princess named Mechthilde and had at least two children.
|The Saint's skull as it appears today.|
Three years later, those same nobles still had not taken a hunter safety course. King Dagobert II was hailed as Saint Dagobert, patron of kings, orphans, and kidnap victims.