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Saint Clotilde (475 - 545 in Tours), also spelled as Clotild, Clothilde, or Chlothilde, was the daughter of Burgundian king Chilperic, the niece of the Roman general Gundobad, and the wife of Clovis I. She contributed to her husband's conversion to Roman christianity.

See also: History of France