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Carolingian time

Facsimile of the document of Kirchanhausen

768 A.D.

Erstmalige Nennung eines monasterio „Aohhusun“ im Jahr 768 n. Ch., also eines Klosters mit Namen Aohhusun, womit die Forschung Kirchanhausen identifiziert. First mentioning of a monasterio "Aohhusun" in the year 768 AD, thus of a monastery with the name Aohhusun, with which researchers identified Kirchanhausen.

788 A.D.

After the deposition of the Bavarian Duke Tassilo III by Charlemagne, the latter established a margraviate on the Nordgau, to which Beilngries belonged. Vermutlich entstand daraus auch der Sulzgau als Untergau mit Sulzbach als namengebenden Untergau. Presumably the result was also the Sulzgau as a subdistrict with Sulzbach as the eponymous subdistrict.

Reconstructed rounded jar with triple waveband. Single find from Beilngries.

9th century

Places ending in -dorf

In this century, the settlement expansion was probably enhanced and the places ending in –dorf were founded. Anschließend folgten wohl die Ortschaften mit den geografischen Bezeichnungen –buch, -berg und -hüll.Apparently, the towns with the geographical terms -buch, -berg and -hüll followed after that.

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895 A.D.

In this year the abbey "ahusa" / Kirchanhausen is mentioned for the second time, when King Arnulf transferred it to the church of Eichstätt.