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6 If Gerold was in fact the father-in-law of Siboto 11, it is intriguing that Siboto IV remembered the name of his mother's maternal grandfather, but forgot the name of his mother's paternal grandfather, Siboto I. In any case, the father of Siboto I1 was not named Gerold. More important, Siboto did not indicate that his parents were the descendants of a common ancestor, Patto of Dilching. Instead, Siboto merely stated that Patto had been his father's grandfather. It is hard to believe that Siboto, who knew that he was a distant kinsman Noichl, Codex Falkensteinensis,73*-77*.
35We must be careful not to impose our own patrilineal perceptions about family structure on the past. " Paper delivered at the Midwest Medieval Conference at Purdue University, 9 October 1982. 44 FREED: THE COUNTS OF FALKENSTEIN Yet Siboto's presentation of his genealogy, the count-palatine's decision that the Hantgemal was to be inherited by the senior member of the lineage, the family portrait Siboto included in the codex, and the very preparation of the codex to protect Siboto's and h s son's patrimony indicate that Siboto thought of himself as the head of a patrilineal lineage.
See the similar comments by Balon, "L'Handgemal," 214. 26 Schmid, "Welfisches Selbstverstandnis," 389-416. , 392. 28 Genealogia Welforum, ed. Georg Waitz, MGH Scriptores 13 (Hanover, 1881), 733. 29 For a genealogy of the Welfs, see Bouchard, "Origins of the French Nobility," 510. 30 Schmid, "Welfisches Selbstverstandnis," 392-394. SIBOTO IV'S KNOWLEDGE OF HIS ANCESTRY 41 was a Bavarian magnate of outstanding liberty ("egregie libertatis princeps") who had two names, Eticho and Welf. This Eticho-Welf was so proud of his free status that he refused to pay homage to the emperor and had prohibited his son Henry from doing so.
Counts of Falkenstein: Noble Self-Consciousness in the Twelfth-Century Germany (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society) by John B. Freed