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  1. Count of Barcelona. The Count of Barcelona ( Catalan: Comte de Barcelona, Spanish: Conde de Barcelona, French: Comte de Barcelone, Latin: Comites Barcinonenses) was the ruler of the County of Barcelona and, by extension, the Principality of Catalonia for much of Catalan history, from the 9th century until the 18th century.

  2. Bera (Berà, en catalán), de origen franco-visigodo, fue el primer Conde de Barcelona. Gobernó la misma desde 801 hasta 820. Fue, asimismo, conde de Gerona y Besalú (812/817-820) y, conde de Rasés y Conflent (790-820). Era hijo de Guillermo conde franco de Tolosa (primo de Carlomagno) y de su primera esposa, Cunegunda, hija de Carlomán I.

  3. The first count of Barcelona was Bera (801–820). Initially, authority for the county rested on the local aristocracy. However, the policies Bera adopted in an effort to maintain peace with Muslim ruled Al-Andalus, resulted in him being accused of treason before the king.

  4. Bera (Catalan: Berà) (d.844) was the first count of Barcelona from 801 until his deposition in 820. He was also the Count of Girona, Besalú, and Ausona from 812 or 817 and Count of Razès and Conflent from 790 until his deposition. As the area was part of the Marca Hispanica, his common title was the Margrave of Gothia.

  5. Bera (Catalan: Berà) (died 844) was the first count of Barcelona from 801 until his deposition in 820. He was also the count of Razès and Conflent from 790, and the count of Girona and Besalú from 812 (or 813 or 817) until his deposition. In 811, he was witness to the last will and testament of Charlemagne.

  6. Bera (Catalan: Berà) (died 844) was the first count of Barcelona from 801 until his deposition in 820. He was also the count of Girona and Besalú from 812 or 817 and count of Razès and Conflent from 790 until his deposition.

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