Counts of Arles
This is a list of the counts of Arles.
- Garin, or Warin, (until 853), also Guerin in French, Garí in Spanish, and Guerí in Catalan; also duke of Toulouse (835-840), margrave of Burgundy, and count of Autun, Mâcon, Chalon, Mementois, and Auxois
- Isembart (853-858), also count of Mâcon, Chalon, Dijon, Empúries, Rosselló, and Barcelona
- Gerard (858-868)
- Boso I (868-879), also count of Bourges and Vienne (871-879), king of Provence (879-887)
- Theobald (869-895)
- Boso, (895-911), also margrave of Tuscany (931-936)
- Hugh (911-923), son of Theobald, also King of Italy (924-947)
- Rotbold I (923-928), also Rotbaud or Roubaud in French and Catalan
- Rotbold II (928-948), also Rotbaud or Roubaud in French and Catalan
- Boso II (948-965)
- William I of Provence (968-)
To Provence (see Counts of Provence), where Boso's son, Rotbold II of Provence is named first count.

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Counts of Arles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Garin, or Warin, (until 853), also Guerin in French, Garí in Spanish, and Guerí in Catalan; also duke of Toulouse (835-840), margrave of Burgundy, and count of ...
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Pedigree: Rotbald II d' ANGELCA (Count) of ARLES
Rotbald II d' ANGELCA (Count) of ARLES. Born: ? Died: by 1011. HM George I's 19-Great Grandfather. HRE Ferdinand I's 15-Great Grandfather. U.S. President's  ...
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Boson III "the Old" d'Arles (De Bourgogne), comte d'Arles (c.800 - c ...
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Boso, count of Arles
May 29, 2012 ... Boso. Count of Arles, fl. 949-65. Boso appears in an act of king Conrad of Burgundy on 7 October 949 ["Boso comes firmavit" Manteyer (1908), ...
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Re: Bertha Widow of Boso Count of Arles - Archiver
From: "Peter Stewart" Subject: Re: Bertha Widow of Boso Count of Arles Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2006 02:42:20 GMT References: ...
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Boso of Arles (885-936) - Familypedia
Boso was the count of Arles (895–911 and 926–931, as Boso II) and Avignon ( 911–931), and margrave of Tuscany (931–936). He was the younger son of ...
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ARLES - JewishEncyclopedia.com
The counts of Provence gradually established their power in Arles, owing to the incessant conflicts between the archbishop and the Christian inhabitants of the ...
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William I of Provence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 980, he was installed as Count of Arles. ... Constance of Arles (986–1034), married Robert II of France. ... 718–1050. University of Texas Press: Austin, 1965.
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Born c. 986 Constance was the daughter of William I, count of Provence and ... Tomb of Robert 'the Pious' and Constance of Arles at Saint-Denis .... Noble Families in Medieval Francia (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001), p.
Hugh of Italy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hugh of Arles (or Hugh of Provence) and was King of Italy from 924 until his death. He was a Bosonid ... He was the son of Theobald, Count of Arles, and Bertha of Lotharingia. By inheritance .... forged Europe. University of Pennsylvania Press.
Geoffrey I of Provence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Noble family, House of Arles ... He became Count of Arles in 1032 and he and Fulk made a donation to the Abbey of ... University of Texas Press: Austin, 1965.
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Boson I, comte d'Arle (b. - c.965) - Genealogy - Geni
Jul 30, 2013 ... Boso (885–936) was the count of Arles (895–911 and 926–931, as Boso ..... Provence origins to the year 1000 - Ouest-France University 1989.
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Garin, or Warin, (until 853), also Guerin in French, Garí in Spanish, and Guerí in Catalan; also duke of Toulouse (835-840), margrave of Burgundy, and count of ...
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The New Cambridge Medieval History: Volume 1, C.500-c.700
The New Cambridge Medieval History: Volume 1, C.500-c.700
Paul Fouracre, Rosamond McKitterick, 2005
Each Merovingian king extended his royal authority through the appointment of magistrates, 'counts, domestics, ... of Burgundy appointed dukes for Orleans and the surrounding area, for a collection of cities in Aquitaine, and for Arles and a ...
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Phantoms of Remembrance: Memory and Oblivion at the End of ...
Patrick J. Geary, 1996
Further south, the Counts of Arles were largely on their own. In the middle of the ninth century, they were pursuing increasingly independent courses. In 845, Count Folcrad, termed "dux Arelatensis" by the Annales Fuldenses and "other ...
Early Medieval Europe, 300-1000: Third edition (History of Europe (Palgrave Paperback))
Early Medieval Europe, 300-1000: Third edition (History of Europe (Palgrave Paperback))
Roger Collins, 2010
Roger Collins provides a comprehensive account of the centuries during which Europe became a new culturally coherent, if politically divided, entity. This third edition of a classic textbook history of early medieval Europe is fully updated, rewritten and revised to take account of the latest scholarship and to improve its literary style. This volu...
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MobileReference, 2010
At the time, the premier counts in the region were the Counts of Arles and those of Avignon. From Rotbold I of Arles descended the family members of which would first bear the title comes Provinciae or "count of Provence." William I and ...
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The wealth of proof and illustration with which Pirenne develops his positions is amazing. The Spectator --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Van Gogh, Arles, Murder
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Maurice Beale, 2010
Situated at the Rhone's delta, Arles was first and foremost a trading town. Commerce was her lifeblood. Equally important, starting with the twelfth century the city became a marriage prize, sought after by the Count of Toulouse, the Count of ...
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Lester K. Little, Sharon A. Farmer, Barbara H. Rosenwein, 2000
Provence had been ruled hypatricii in the Merovingian period, and the Carolingians had accorded extraordinarily wide powers to their Counts of Arles, who were already acting, in the ninth century, in extremely independent ways. Thus one ...
Vanished Kingdoms: The Rise and Fall of States and Nations
Vanished Kingdoms: The Rise and Fall of States and Nations
Norman Davies, 2012
A dozen-plus examples from European history constitute this ruminative disquisition on the impermanence of polities. Struck by popular amnesia about the existence of his selections, some of which endured for centuries (although one, the Republic of Carpatho-Ukraine, lived but one day), Davies, from a traveler’s viewpoint, describes the contemporary...
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