Boson I, count of Italy

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Boso (Boson) I d'Arles, Count of Italy

Also Known As: "/Boso/ I"
Birthplace: Turin, Metropolitan City of Turin, Piedmont, Italy
Death: 750 (25-34)
Turin, Italy
Place of Burial: Turin, Italy
Immediate Family:

Husband of N.N.
Father of Boson II, Count of Italy

Occupation: Rey de Italia, 725 ALT BIRTH, Count of Arles, Count of Italy
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Immediate Family

About Boson I, count of Italy

Update 10. May 2016. Source: Note from Curator: I have found absolutely no information about this person, so if anyone has any sources or documentation, please add them. I removed him as son of Aribert (Aripert) II of the Lombard since there was no evidence to support this relationship. --PW

  1. Name: Boso I Count Of ITALY
  2. Given Name: Boso I Count Of
  3. Surname: Italy
  4. Sex: M
  5. Birth: Abt 740 in Turino, Piedmont, Italy
  6. Death: Abt 770

Marriage 1 Mrs Boso I Of ITALY


  1. Has Children Boso II Count Of ITALY b: Abt 778 in Turino, Piedmont, Italy :

With the death of Dagobert I. (638), on which occasion the power passed into the hands of the Carlovingian dynasty, the state of the French Jews in general considerably improved. The Carlovingian princes efficaciously protected them from the attacks of the clergy. Jewish history has nothing to record of this happy period. It takes up the thread again with the death of Louis le Débonnaire (814-840), when Boso, count of Provence, supported by Pope John VIII. and the clergy, founded the kingdom of Burgundy with Arles for capital. In 850, the Jewish communities of Lyons, Châlon, Macon, and Vienne, to save their children from baptism, sent them to Arles, where Bishop Roland showed himself most favorably disposed toward the Jews. The usurper (879-888), as a token of his gratitude toward the clergy, transferred his rights over the Jews of Arles to Rostang, archbishop of this town. Boso's son and successor did the same in 921 to Bishop Manasse. This form of transfer was sanctioned later by the German emperors, who acquired rights of suzerainty over Provence. Thus Conrad III., in 1147, granted to the archbishop of Arles, Raymond of Montredon, among other of his regal prerogatives, the jurisdiction over the Jews of his diocese. Frederick Barbarossa in 1154 confirmed and extended these privileges. The archbishop understood how to make the most of the power bestowed upon him, and laid heavy taxes upon the Jews of Arles. And yet their state was tolerably favorable in comparison with that of the Jews of other towns in France, who suffered much from the Crusaders. The archbishop watched carefully over his property, and permitted none to interfere with his Jews.


A spurious genealogy of the Grimaldi family calls him the son of Theudoald (c707-741), Mayor of the Palaces of Austrasia and Neustria.

How might he be connected to this person? Apparently his Geni profile was merged in with that of Boson. As a result, I'm going to include both names.

Hugues d'ANTIBES Sgr d'Antibes

Born in 735 Julian

Deceased in 810 Julian , age at death: 75 years old


	 Théobald de NEUSTRIE 705-741 (son of Grimoald de Neustrie and Theodesinde de Frise), Maire du palais de Neustrie 717 and  Aliarde 

Spouses and children

Married to ? ? with child Théobald le Vieux d'ANTIBES 770-820

Sieur Hugues d' Antibes (735 - 810)

Il est le fils de Théodebald de Francie et Aliarde .

Il nait en 735 . Il décède en 810 .

Liste de ses enfants connus:

+ 1. Sieur Théodebald de Bourgogne d'Antibes dit le Vieux (770 - 820)

Sieur Hugues d' Antibes (735 - 810)

son of Théodebald de Francie (708 - 741) [and Aliarde (715 - )] son of Grimoald II de Herstal (685 - 714) [and Théodesinde de Frise (688 - 714)] son of Pépin II de Herstal, duc des Austrasiens (635 - 714) [and Plectrude d' Aquitaine de Bavière (665 - 717)] Pepin son of Anségisel de Metz (616 - 679) and Sainte Begga de Landen (615 - 693) Plectrude daughter of Hugobert, comte d' Aquitaine du Palais (645 - 698) and Irmina d' Oeren (650 - 708) Source: 1. Courriel d'Yves Romain - 27 mai 2005 (Thérèse)

La dernière modification d'information sur cette page date du 2007-08-19 par François Marchi, Foire Aux Questions. Cette page a été vue 672 fois.

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Boson I, count of Italy's Timeline

Turin, Metropolitan City of Turin, Piedmont, Italy
Arles, Bouches-du-Rhone, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
Age 30
Turin, Italy
Turin, Italy
Turin, Italy