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Suppo III di Spoleto, marchese di Spoleto

Birthdate:
Death: between circa 878 and circa 879
Immediate Family:

Son of Adelgis di Spoleto, count palatine of Parma
Husband of Bertha
Father of Bertila of Spoleto; Theophilactus I Tusculanum; Adelchis II, comes Parmensis; Boso comes; Wifredus comes and 3 others
Brother of Ardingus Supponidis and Egifredus Supponidis
Half brother of Maurin, count palatine of Spoleto and Cunégonde

Occupation: Count of Parma, Asti and Turin, MARGRAVE OF SPOELTO, Asti, & Turin, Hertug, Greve Breieia/Pfal£greve, Marquis, de Spolète, Comte, de Camerino, Duke of Spoleto - see http://www.rpi.edu/~holmes/Hobbies/Genealogy/ps05/ps05_159.htm, Milite
Managed by: Bernard Raimond Assaf
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Suppo II was a member of the Supponid family and was related to Engelberga, the empress of Louis II. He was Count of Parma, Asti, and Turin. Along with his cousin, Suppo III, he was the chief lay magnate in Italy during Louis's reign. His father was Adelchis of Spoleto and his mother is unknown. He himself had fours sons: Adelchis, Arding, Boso, and Wifred. He also left a daughter, Bertila, who married Berengar I of Italy.

From www.wikipedia.org at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suppo_II


Suppo II was a member of the Supponid family and was related to Engelberga, the empress of Louis II. He was Count of Parma, Asti, and Turin. Along with his cousin, Suppo III, he was the chief lay magnate in Italy during Louis's reign.

His father was Adelchis of Spoleto and his mother is unknown. He himself had fours sons: Adelchis, Arding, Boso, and Wifred. He also left a daughter, Bertila, who married Berengar I of Italy.


Suppo II was a member of the Supponid family and was related to Engelberga, the empress of Louis II. He was Count of Parma, Asti, and Turin. Along with his cousin, Suppo III, he was the chief lay magnate in Italy during Louis's reign.

His father was Adelchis of Spoleto and his mother is unknown. He himself had fours sons: Adelchis, Arding, Boso, and Wifred. He also left a daughter, Bertila, who married Berengar I of Italy.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suppo_II
Suppo II (also Suppo III in the familial genealogy, Italian Suppone; died circa 879) was the Duke of Spoleto from 871 until his death. He was the archiminister (archminister) and consiliarius (counsellor) of the Emperor Louis II. Throughout Louis's reign he was the most powerful lay magnate in Italy.

He was a member of the Supponid family and was related to Louis's empress, Engelberga, and also to Suppo, count of Parma, Asti, and Turin, his cousin. After Louis's death, he supported Charles the Bald for the Italian throne and was with him in Italy in February 876. Nonetheless, he was deposed and Lambert I reinstated in that year.

Suppo's wife was a sister of Eberhard of Friuli but he had no known descendants.


No known descendants

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