Second son of Louis II the Stammerer and Ansgarde. He reigns jointly with his brother Louis III over the kingdom of the Franks on the death of his father (879). With the division of the territories Carloman receives Burgundy and Aquitaine. He joined forces with those of Louis III to fight in Gaul against the Normans and against Boson, Count of Vienna. Carloman II is recognized as the only king after the death of Louis III (882). He fights against Hugh the Bastard, son of Lothair II, king of Lorraine, who claims the kingdom of his father. Carloman (884) resolves to buy a few months of tranquility by paying a tribute to the Normans of Amiens. He died of a fall from a horse the same year.
Queen of France in 1774, and daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Francis I. Imprudent, enemy of the reforms, it made itself unpopular (affair of the necklace). She influenced Louis XVI to oppose the Revolution. He was criticized for his links with foreign countries. Incarcerated in the Temple after Augus