|Death||865, Auxerre, France|
Lothair the Lame (French: Lothaire le Boiteux, c. 848 – 865) was a French prince, the third son and fourth child of Charles the Bald and Ermentrude of Orleans. As he was born crippled, his parents sent him away to a monastery early in life. In 861, he became a monk. In his last years he was abbot of Montier-en-Der and Saint-Germain of Auxerre, where he died in 865 at the age of 17 or 18.
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