Engelberga articles on Wikipedia
Engelberga
Engelberga (or Angilberga, died between 896 and 901) was the wife of Louis II, Holy Roman Emperor and remained the Holy Roman Empress to his death on 12
Jun 24th 2016



Merey
Empire. In 822, Pepin, king of Aquitaine married Ingeltrude (also called Engelberga, Hringard, or Ringart), daughter of Theodobert, count of Madrie (c. 800-after
May 7th 2017



Supponids
power, especially in their heartland of Emilia. A Supponid daughter, Engelberga, even married the Emperor Louis II. With her influence, the Supponids
Nov 11th 2016



Suppo II
see Suppo II of Spoleto. Suppo II was a member of the Supponid family. Engelberga, the wife of Louis II may have been his sister. He was Count of Parma
Feb 27th 2015



Charles (archbishop of Mainz)
(825/830 – 4 June 863) was the second son of Pepin I of Aquitaine and Engelberga. He lived at the court of his uncle Lothair until 848, when, hearing of
Feb 24th 2016



Suppo II of Spoleto
was a member of the SupponidSupponid family and was related to Louis's empress, Engelberga, and also to Suppo, count of Parma, Asti, and Turin, his cousin. After
Mar 21st 2016



William I, Duke of Aquitaine
of Auvergne and Ermengard. Sometime before 898, he married the Bosonid-EngelbergaBosonid Engelberga, daughter of Boso of Provence and Ermengard. By inheritance, he was the
Jul 7th 2016



Pepin I of Aquitaine
also briefly claimed the kingdom. Both died childless. Also called Engelberga, Rigarde, Hringard, or Ringart. Collins, Roger. "Pippin I and the Kingdom
Feb 22nd 2016



Pietro Tradonico
and his son and co-regent Giovanni hosted Emperor-Louis-IIEmperor Louis II and his wife Engelberga in a three-day visit to Venice. During this visit the Emperor stood godfather
Feb 14th 2017



Dova Superiore
869 when the Emperor, Louis II of ItalyItaly gave the settlement to his wife Engelberga as a hunting lodge. It became part of the Imperial fief and was ruled
Mar 25th 2017



830
of Bavaria, Frankish king (or 828) Charles, Frankish bishop (or 825) Engelberga, Frankish empress (approximate date) Irmgard, Frankish abbess (or 833)
Dec 20th 2016



Louis II of Italy
emperor at Rome by Pope Leo IV, and soon afterwards, in 851, married Engelberga and undertook the independent government of Italy. He marched into the
May 26th 2017



Bosonids
Sens Hugobert Richard (perhaps) Constantia, married Boso II of Arles Engelberga, married to William the Pious, duke of Aquitaine Constance B. Bouchard
Jul 11th 2016



Wibod
Archbishop of Cologne. Wibod acted as an ambassador for Louis II and Engelberga again in 872. Wibod was the first recipient Italian bishop of an extension
May 25th 2016



Pepin II of Aquitaine
and imprisoned in Senlis, where he eventually died. Also called Engelberga, Rigarde, Hringard, or Ringart. "Pepin II of Aquitaine," The Routledge
Feb 26th 2016



Richard, Duke of Burgundy
eventually drove Boso out in 882 and captured his wife Ermengard and children Engelberga and Louis, sending them as prisoners to Autun. Boso went into hiding in
Apr 27th 2017



Pope Nicholas I
without food. Yet Nicholas did not waver in his determination; after Engelberga arranged a reconciliation with the pope, the emperor withdrew from Rome
Oct 8th 2016



Lothair I
King of Italy in 844 by Pope Sergius II. Crowned Emperor in 850. Married Engelberga. Hiltrude (826–865) Married Berengar of Spoleto. Ermengard (c. 825–849)
May 24th 2017



County of Piacenza
named Aroinus or Arowinus. On 3 June 870, the Louis II granted his queen, Engelberga, the monastery of San Pietro in the county of Piacenza along with seven
Jan 24th 2017



Lambert I of Spoleto
imperial position and replaced him with Suppo III, a cousin of his wife Engelberga. Louis returned to the Mezzogiorno in 873, the pope having absolved him
Mar 7th 2016



Emirate of Bari
summer of that year the emperor was touring the Campania with his empress, Engelberga, and receiving strong urging from the Lombard princes—Adelchis of Benevento
Apr 29th 2017



Saint Emmeram's Abbey
Saints Maximianus and Calcidonius Johannes Aventinus, historian of Bavaria Engelberga, wife of Louis II, Holy Roman Emperor St. Rupert's church was formerly
Apr 8th 2017



Basil I
to Ermengard of Provence, daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Louis II and Engelberga in 869. The marital contract was broken in 871 when relations between
Feb 10th 2017



Carloman of Bavaria
around Olona to the church of San Sisto, which had been founded by Queen Engelberga in Piacenza. In Italy, Carloman had denarii minted at Milan and Pavia
Feb 16th 2017



Berengar I of Italy
Berengar's kingship, his wife, Bertilla, who was a niece of the former empress Engelberga, Louis's grandmother, played an important part in the legitimisation of
Apr 6th 2017



Bernard I, Count of Besalú
who tries to keep Arnau from entering the convent, is usually named Engelberga. In 1017, at Bernard's insistence, Pope Benedict suppressed the convent
Feb 17th 2017



Carolingian Empire
Prince Adelchis of Benevento in the name of Emperor Louis II and Empress Engelberga, showing the expansion of Carolingian authority in southern Italy which
May 22nd 2017



Joséphine de Beauharnais
Bertha of Gellone (?) Cunigunda of Laon (?) Ermengarde of Tours (821–851) Engelberga of Parma (851–875) Richilde of Provence (875–877) Richardis of Swabia (879–888)
May 8th 2017



Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma
Bertha of Gellone (?) Cunigunda of Laon (?) Ermengarde of Tours (821–851) Engelberga of Parma (851–875) Richilde of Provence (875–877) Richardis of Swabia (879–888)
May 22nd 2017



Richilde of Provence
Preceded by Engelberga Empress of the Holy Roman Empire 875–877 Succeeded by Richardis Preceded by Ermentrude of Orleans Queen Consort of Western Francia
Nov 13th 2016



Eleonor Magdalene of Neuburg
Bertha of Gellone (?) Cunigunda of Laon (?) Ermengarde of Tours (821–851) Engelberga of Parma (851–875) Richilde of Provence (875–877) Richardis of Swabia (879–888)
May 6th 2017



Margherita of Savoy
Bertha of Gellone (?) Cunigunda of Laon (?) Ermengarde of Tours (821–851) Engelberga of Parma (851–875) Richilde of Provence (875–877) Richardis of Swabia (879–888)
May 12th 2017



Wilhelmine Amalia of Brunswick-Lüneburg
Bertha of Gellone (?) Cunigunda of Laon (?) Ermengarde of Tours (821–851) Engelberga of Parma (851–875) Richilde of Provence (875–877) Richardis of Swabia (879–888)
Apr 18th 2017



Elena of Montenegro
Bertha of Gellone (?) Cunigunda of Laon (?) Ermengarde of Tours (821–851) Engelberga of Parma (851–875) Richilde of Provence (875–877) Richardis of Swabia (879–888)
May 22nd 2017



Marie José of Belgium
Bertha of Gellone (?) Cunigunda of Laon (?) Ermengarde of Tours (821–851) Engelberga of Parma (851–875) Richilde of Provence (875–877) Richardis of Swabia (879–888)
May 21st 2017



Ermengarde of Tours
Preceded by Ermengarde of Hesbaye Queen consort of Italy 821–851 Succeeded by Engelberga of Parma Preceded by Judith of Bavaria Queen of Middle Francia 843–851
May 2nd 2017



List of Holy Roman Empresses
with his father/ 20 June 840 husband as sole Emperor 851 Lothair I Engelberga of Parma--QueenParma Queen of Italy, Empress Adelchis I, Count of Parma (Supponids)
Mar 23rd 2017



List of Burgundian consorts
Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse Engelberga of Parma-Adelchis-IParma Adelchis I, Count of Parma (Supponids) 830 5 October 851 24
Apr 4th 2017



List of Italian queens
821 as sole queen 15 June 844 as senior queen 20 March 851 Lothair I Engelberga of Parma-Adelchis-IParma Adelchis I, Count of Parma (Supponids) 830 5 October 851 12
May 17th 2017



List of consorts of Provence
Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse Engelberga of Parma-Adelchis-IParma Adelchis I, Count of Parma (Supponids) 830 5 October 851 24
Apr 16th 2017



List of Frankish queens
817–843 Queen of the East Franks: 843–876 Charles II Lothair I Louis II Engelberga of Parma Queen of Italy: 851–875 Holy Roman Empress: 850–875 Teutberga
May 25th 2017



List of queens of the Lombards
821 as sole queen 15 June 844 as senior queen 20 March 851 Lothair I Engelberga of Parma-Adelchis-IParma Adelchis I, Count of Parma (Supponids) 830 5 October 851 12
Jun 10th 2013



List of Aquitanian consorts
Father Birth Marriage Became Duchess Ceased to be Duchess Death Spouse Engelberga of Provence-BosoProvence Boso of Provence (Bosonids)  ? before 898 c. 893 husband's
Jul 30th 2016



Burial sites of European monarchs and consorts
convent in Alsace Emperor Louis II 806-876 Basilica Sant'Ambrogio in Milan Engelberga ?-876 St. Emmeram's Abbey in Regensburg King Louis the German 806–876
May 7th 2017





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