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Les Ducs d'Aquitaine et Comtes de Poitiers (Dukes of Aquitaine and Counts of Poitiers)

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  • Ranulf I, Duc d'Aquitaine Comte de Poitiers (c.820 - 866)
    Ranulf I (also Ramnulf, Rannulf, and Ranulph; 820 – 866) was a Count of Poitiers (from 835) and Duke of Aquitaine (from 852).= Ranulf is generally considered to have been the son of Gerard, Count of Au...
  • Ranulf II de Poitiers, Comte de Poitou, Duc d'Aquitaine (c.850 - aft.892)
    RAMNULF [Rainulf] ([815]-killed in battle near Brissarthe Oct 866). He was installed as RAINULF I Comte de Poitou in [839]. >m ([845]%29 [ NN du Maine ] --- du Maine, daughter of RORICO [I] Comte du Ma...
  • Émilienne of Poitou (c.879 - c.935)
    Emilienne married Ebles "Manzer" de Poitiers, but her parentage is not known or documented. Ebles was NOT married to a daughter of Edward 'the Elder' of England. ==Sources and Resources==* secondly (be...
  • Adèle of Normandy (c.897 - 962)
    Gerloc Adela Hrólfsdóttir de Normandie (c.897 - 962) was the daughter of Gange-Hrolfr 'Rollo' & Poppa De Valois. Her original name was Geirlaug or Gerloc, but she was baptised in Rouen as Adela ...
  • Ebles II Manzer, duc d'Aquitaine (876 - 935)
    Ebles did NOT marry Eldgifa, an English princess [if anyone has proof to the contrary, please post.] Eble Mancer, Comte de Poitou, Duc d'AquitaineMarried:1. Aremburgis (Erembourge), no children2. Emili...

The scope of this project, initially, will be the restored Dukes of Aquitaine from the House of Poitiers (Ramnulfids) under the Frankish Kings of the 9th-12th centuries.

The Ramnulfids, or the House of Poitiers, were a French dynasty ruling the County of Poitou and Duchy of Aquitaine in the ninth through twelfth centuries. Their power base was Poitou. In the early tenth century, they contested the dominance of northern Aquitaine and the ducal title to the whole with the House of Auvergne. In 1032, they inherited the Duchy of Gascony and thus uniting it with Aquitaine. By the end of the eleventh century they were the dominant power in the southwestern third of France. The founder of the family was Ramnulf I, who became count in 835. (Ramnulfids, Wikipedia)

House of Poitiers (Ramnulfids) restored (962–1152)