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  1. William I (22 March 875 – 6 July 918), called the Pious, was the Count of Auvergne from 886 and Duke of Aquitaine from 893, succeeding the Poitevin ruler Ebalus Manser. He made numerous monastic foundations, most important among them the foundation of Cluny Abbey on 11 September 910. William was son of Bernard Plantapilosa and Ermengard.

    • 6 July 918 (aged 43)
  2. …century, it was reconstituted under William the Pious (died 926) and again, more imposingly, under William V (994/5–1029), who was acclaimed as one of the greatest rulers of his day and even offered the imperial crown in 1024. An advocate of religious reform, William sought to strengthen his control over… Read More

  3. William II, Count of Provence William II (or III) (late 980s – 1019), called the Pious, was the Count of Provence . Contents 1 Life 2 Family 3 Notes 4 References 5 Sources 6 See also Life [ edit] William was the son of William I (or II) of Provence and Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou, who were married by January 984. [1]

  4. 28/03/2022 · William I (22 March 875 – 6 July 918), called the Pious, was the Count of Auvergne from 886 and Duke of Aquitaine from 893, succeeding the Poitevin ruler Ebalus Manser. He made numerous monastic foundations, most important among them the foundation of Cluny Abbey on 11 September 910. William was the son of Bernard II of Auvergne and Ermengard.

    • March 22, 875
    • Monastery of Saint-Julien, Brioude, France
  5. 07/12/2016 · William I "the Pious" Marquis of the Spanish March (b. - 926) - Genealogy William I "the Pious" Marquis of the Spanish March public profile View Complete Profile view all Immediate Family Ermengarde wife Aube de Aquitaine daughter Makir-Bernard Count of Autun, Au... father Ermengarde de Chalons mother view all

    • estimated before 915
    • December 7, 2016
    • December 16, 926
    • Dan Norris Watson, Jr.
  6. William, Count of Blois William (died 834) was a magnate in the Frankish Empire during the reign of his first cousin, Louis the Pious. He was the Count of Blois from about 830 and, at the time of his death in battle, was Louis's constable. His brother was Odo, Count of Orléans, and he was also a kinsman of Bernard of Septimania .

  7. 17/03/2020 · This is William the Pious, a Frankish duke who built various monastic foundations and abbeys in Aquitaine; Overall he was a more pleasant and more pacifist leader than most of his contemporaries. Looking forward to any thoughts! And will share more of these very soon. All the best, JCH Image details Image size 2480x3508px 3.19 MB © 2020 - 2022