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  1. The Duke of Aquitaine (Occitan: Duc d'Aquitània, French: Duc d'Aquitaine, IPA: [dyk dakitɛn]) was the ruler of the ancient region of Aquitaine (not to be confused with modern-day Aquitaine) under the supremacy of Frankish, English, and later French kings.

  2. The Duchy of Aquitaine was a historical fiefdom in western, central and southern areas of present-day France to the south of the river Loire, although its extent, as well as its name, fluctuated greatly over the centuries, at times comprising much of what is now southwestern France and central France. It originated in the 7th century as a duchy of Francia, ultimately a recreation of the Roman provinces of Aquitania Prima and Secunda. As a duchy, it broke up after the conquest of ...

  3. William X, (born 1099, Toulouse, Fr.—died April 9, 1137, Santiago de Compostela, Spain), duke of Aquitaine and of Gascony (1127–37), son of William IX. In 1131 he recognized the antipope Anaclet and supported him until 1134. In 1136 he ravaged Normandy.

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    Ebalus took the title of Count of Poitiers after July 892 when his father died1. His father’s family contested this so Ebalus sought help from William the Pious, Duke of Aquitaine. William conquered Poitiers and re-established Ebalus as Count1. He was recognised as Comte de Limousin in 9041. When William the Pious died, his son William the Younger inherited the Duchy. He too died and his brother Acfred inherited the Duchy. Within a year Acfred also died and Ebalus inherited the lot to become Duke of Aquitaine in 9271 3.

    Ebalus and Aremburge were engaged at some point before 10 October 8921. There is no evidence they ever married1. Before February 911 he married Emillane with whom he had two sons1: 1. William, who became William III, Duke of Aquitaine. 2. Ebalus.

    In 911, he prepared for battle against Viking invaders from Norway and Denmark. The battle of Chartres started on Saturday 20 July 9114. The battle of Chartreswas a decisive battle between the Frankish armies and the Vikings. It ended up creating Normandy and giving the Vikings a permanent continental base. The French forces were brutal and killed 6 800 invaders in a single day4. Ebalus took his time to arrive and by the time he reached the battlefield, the Vikings had fled4. To preserve his honour, he accepted a challenge to confront the remnants of the invaders4. The Vikings doubled their efforts against Ebalus who, scared, hid in a workshop4.

    Ebalus Manzer is my 28 x great-grandfather. The following family tree shows his position in the House of Aquitaine.

  4. 15/12/2014 · Acfred Duke of Aquitaine appointed Eble as his heir, the latter succeeding as Duke of Aquitaine and Comte d'Auvergne in 927 [125]. Raoul King of France transferred Aquitaine to Raymond Comte de Toulouse in 932 [126]. His last known act was a donation to the monks of Saint-Cyprien dated Jan 934 [127]. 1.

  5. William VI, Duke of Aquitaine. William VI (1004 – March 1038), called the Fat, was Duke of Aquitaine and Count of Poitou (as William IV) between 1030 and his death. He was the eldest son of William V the Great by his first wife, Adalmode of Limoges.

  6. 24/04/2018 · Ranulf I was a Duke of Aquitaine. Little is known about him except that he died from battle wounds fighting the Vikings. He is my 30 x great-grandfather. Ranulf, or Ramnulf, or Rainulf, or Rainulph 1, was born in Aquitaine, France in 815 2 or 820 3, son of Gerard, Count of Auvergne and Hildegarde 3 4.

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