Odo of France
|King of West Francia|
|Predecessor||Charles the Fat|
|Successor||Charles the Simple|
|Died||1 January 898|
La Fere, France
Odo of France (c. 857 – January 1, 898) was a king of the Franks (888 - 898). He was a son of Robert the Strong, count of Anjou, and is sometimes called duke of France and also as count of Paris. His family is known as the Robertians. Odo made Paris his capital and that was important to making the start of modern France.
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