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Bertila di Spoleto

Also Known As: "Bertila of /Camerino/", "Bertha /Camerino/", "Bertile /De Spoleto/"
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Birthplace: Umbria, Italia
Death: Died in Umbria, Italia
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Daughter of Suppo II, marchese di Spoleto and Bertha
Wife of Pépin II de Vermandois and Berengario I, re d'Italia
Mother of Gisela del Friuli; Gerberge di Italia; Juheil Berenger and Berta av Spoleto, Abbess Of San Salvatore At Brescia
Sister of Giu Guido of NANTES, Nantes); Theophilactus I Tusculanum; Adelchis II, comes Parmensis; Boso comes; Wifredus comes and 3 others

Occupation: by marriage Queen consort of Italy and Holy Roman Empress., Dronning av Italia, Keiserin d' Italia, Grevinne, Unknown GEDCOM info: Grevinde af Spoleto Unknown GEDCOM info: 0, Kejsarinna av Rom, Queen consort of Italyh & Holy Roman Empress
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About Bertila di Spoleto

Bertila of Spoleto (c. 860–December 915) was the wife of Berengar I of Italy, and by marriage Queen consort of Italy and Holy Roman Empress.

She was the daughter of Suppo II (c. 835–c. 885), and of Bertha (dead by 921). Her paternal grandfather was Adelchis I of Spoleto, second son of Suppo I and father of Suppo II.

She married Berengar c. 880, becoming Queen of Italy in 888. However, her husband lost his throne in the following year to Guy of Spoleto. Berengar began to reassert his power in 896, after the fall of the Spoleto family, and the withdrawal of Emperor Arnulf from the peninsula; however, a defeat by a Magyar army, and the decision by the Italian nobles to appoint Louis of Provence as King of Italy, delayed the King and Queen's formal return to power until 905.

Bertila became Holy Roman Empress, after her husband was crowned Emperor in 915. She died in the December of the same year.

Bertila and Berengar had three children:

   * Bertha
   * Gisela (882–910), who married Adalbert I of Ivrea. Her son was Berengar II of Italy.

-------------------- Bertila of Spoleto (c. 860–December 915) was the wife of Berengar I of Italy, and by marriage Queen consort of Italy and Holy Roman Empress. She was the daughter of Suppo II (c. 835–c. 885), and of Bertha (dead by 921). Her paternal grandfather was Adelchis I of Spoleto, second son of Suppo I and father of Suppo II. She married Berengar c. 880, becoming Queen of Italy in 888. However, her husband lost his throne in the following year to Guy of Spoleto. Berengar began to reassert his power in 896, after the fall of the Spoleto family, and the withdrawal of Emperor Arnulf from the peninsula; however, a defeat by a Magyar army, and the decision by the Italian nobles to appoint Louis of Provence as King of Italy, delayed the King and Queen's formal return to power until 905. Bertila became Holy Roman Empress, after her husband was crowned Emperor in 915. She died in the December of the same year. Bertila and Berengar had three children: Bertha Gisela (882–910), who married Adalbert I of Ivrea. Her son was Berengar II of Italy.

From www.wikipedia.org at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bertila_of_Spoleto -------------------- Bertila of Spoleto (c. 860–December 915) was the wife of Berengar I of Italy, and by marriage Queen consort of Italy and Holy Roman Empress.

She was the daughter of Suppo II (c. 835–c. 885), and of Bertha (dead by 921). Her paternal grandfather was Adelchis I of Spoleto, second son of Suppo I and father of Suppo II.

She married Berengar c. 880, becoming Queen of Italy in 888. However, her husband lost his throne in the following year to Guy of Spoleto. Berengar began to reassert his power in 896, after the fall of the Spoleto family, and the withdrawal of Emperor Arnulf from the peninsula; however, a defeat by a Magyar army, and the decision by the Italian nobles to appoint Louis of Provence as King of Italy, delayed the King and Queen's formal return to power until 905.

Bertila became Holy Roman Empress, after her husband was crowned Emperor in 915. She died in the December of the same year.

Bertila and Berengar had three children:

Bertha Gisela (882–910), who married Adalbert I of Ivrea. Her son was Berengar II of Italy. -------------------- Bertila of Spoleto (c. 860–December 915) was the wife of Berengar I of Italy, and by marriage Queen consort of Italy and Holy Roman Empress.

She was the daughter of Suppo II (c. 835–c. 885), and of Bertha (dead by 921). Her paternal grandfather was Adelchis I of Spoleto, second son of Suppo I and father of Suppo II.

She married Berengar c. 880, becoming Queen of Italy in 888. However, her husband lost his throne in the following year to Guy of Spoleto. Berengar began to reassert his power in 896, after the fall of the Spoleto family, and the withdrawal of Emperor Arnulf from the peninsula; however, a defeat by a Magyar army, and the decision by the Italian nobles to appoint Louis of Provence as King of Italy, delayed the King and Queen's formal return to power until 905.

Bertila became Holy Roman Empress, after her husband was crowned Emperor in 915. She died in the December of the same year.

Bertila and Berengar had three children:

Bertha Gisela (882–910), who married Adalbert I of Ivrea. Her son was Berengar II of Italy. -------------------- Bertila of Spoleto From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bertila of Spoleto (c. 860–December 915) was the wife of Berengar I of Italy, and by marriage Queen consort of Italy and Holy Roman Empress. She was the daughter of Suppo II (c. 835–c. 885), and of Bertha (dead by 921). Her paternal grandfather was Adelchis I of Spoleto, second son of Suppo I and father of Suppo II. She married Berengar c. 880, becoming Queen of Italy in 888. However, her husband lost his throne in the following year to Guy of Spoleto. Berengar began to reassert his power in 896, after the fall of the Spoleto family, and the withdrawal of Emperor Arnulf from the peninsula; however, a defeat by a Magyar army, and the decision by the Italian nobles to appoint Louis of Provence as King of Italy, delayed the King and Queen's formal return to power until 905. Bertila became Holy Roman Empress, after her husband was crowned Emperor in 915. She died in the December of the same year. Bertila and Berengar had three children: Bertha Gisela (882–910), who married Adalbert I of Ivrea. Her son was Berengar II of Italy. -------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bertila_of_Spoleto -------------------- Bertila of Spoleto (c. 860–December 915) was the wife of Berengar I of Italy, and by marriage Queen consort of Italy and Holy Roman Empress.

She was the daughter of Suppo II of Spoleto (c. 835–c. 885), and of Bertha (dead by 921). Her paternal grandfather was Maurin, Pfalzgrave of Parma (dead by c. 839).

She married Berengar c. 880, becoming Queen of Italy in 888. However, her husband lost his throne in the following year to Guy of Spoleto. Berengar began to reassert his power in 896, after the fall of the Spoleto family, and the withdrawal of Emperor Arnulf from the peninsula; however, a defeat by a Magyar army, and the decision by the Italian nobles to appoint Louis of Provence as King of Italy, delayed the King and Queen's formal return to power until 905.

Bertila became Holy Roman Empress, after her husband was crowned Emperor in 915. She died in the December of the same year.

Bertila and Berengar had two children:

   * Bertha
   * Gisela (882–910), who married Adalbert I of Ivrea. Her son was Berengar II of Italy.

-------------------- Bertila of Spoleto (c. 860–December 915) was the wife of Berengar I of Italy, and by marriage Queen consort of Italy and Holy Roman Empress.

She was the daughter of Suppo II of Spoleto (c. 835–c. 885), and of Bertha (dead by 921). Her paternal grandfather was Maurin, Pfalzgrave of Parma (dead by c. 839).

She married Berengar c. 880, becoming Queen of Italy in 888. However, her husband lost his throne in the following year to Guy of Spoleto. Berengar began to reassert his power in 896, after the fall of the Spoleto family, and the withdrawal of Emperor Arnulf from the peninsula; however, a defeat by a Magyar army, and the decision by the Italian nobles to appoint Louis of Provence as King of Italy, delayed the King and Queen's formal return to power until 905.

Bertila became Holy Roman Empress, after her husband was crowned Emperor in 915. She died in the December of the same year.

Bertila and Berengar had two children:

Bertha

Gisela (882–910), who married Adalbert I of Ivrea. Her son was Berengar II of Italy.

-------------------- Camerino is small town of 7,000 inhabitants in the Marches (Marche region), in the province of Macerata, Italy. It is located in the Apennines bordering Umbria, between the valleys of the rivers Potenza and Chienti, about 40 miles from Ancona.

History

Camerino occupies the site of the ancient Camerinum, the inhabitants of which (Camertes Umbri or Umbrii-Camertii) became allies of the Romans in 310 BC or 309 BC (at the time of the attack on the Etruscans in the Ciminian Forest). On the other hand, the Katspriot referred to in the history of the year 295 BC are probably the inhabitants of Clusium. Later it appears as a dependent autonomous community with the foedus aequum, an 'equal' treaty with Rome (Mommsen, Römisches Staatsrecht, iii. 664).

Two cohorts of Camertes fought with distinction under Gaius Marius against the invading Germanic Cimbri. It was much affected by the conspiracy of Catiline, and is frequently mentioned in the Civil Wars; under the empire it was a municipium. It belonged to ancient Umbria, but was on the borders of Picenum.

Camerino was part of the Exarchate of Ravenna until 592, when it was captured by the Lombards. The city under the latter wasseat of a marquisate and then of a duchy which was sometimes under the suzerainty of Spoleto, which was later conquered by the Franks. In the 10th-11th century the cityi was under the Mainardi family. Boniface III of Tuscany occupied the duchy around 1050, and then ceded it to his daughter Matilda, who in turn donated it to the Papal States.

Since the year 1000, however, Camerino had turned itself into an independent commune. Initially Ghibelline, it later became a Guelph stronghold and suffered much under Emperor Frederick II on account of its loyalty to the pope; Manfred of Sicily's troops, led by Percivalle Doria, besieged and destroyed it (1256): much of the population was killed, but Camerino recovered under Gentile Da Varano, who was amongst the refugees that returned in 1262, forming a lasting fiefdom for his family which laster three centuries.

In 1382, his descendant Giovanni Da Varano built a 12 km-long wall to defend the city, while a Ducal Palace was built by Giulio Cesare in 1460, which was one of the most sumptuous in Italy at the time. In 1336 the University was founded. The Da Varano were wiped out by Cesare Borgia in 1502, and in 1545 the city fell under the direct Papal administration.

In 1861, after becoming Italian, the university was recognised by the new state. In 1958, the school became known as the University of Camerino, a public institution

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Umbria, Italia
880
September 880
Age 30
Perugia, Perugia, Umbria, Italy
880
Age 30
Perugia, Italy
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Age 34
Italy
915
December 915
Age 65
Umbria, Italia
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Age 65
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Rennes, Ille-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France
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