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House of Friuli

Fasoli, G., I re d'Italia (888–962) (Florence, 1949).Mor, C. G., L'età feudale (2 vols., Milan, 1952–3) (Sloria politica d'Italia, VI).

888–924

Berengar I of Friuli (maternal grandson of emperor Louis I; crowned emperor 915)

889–894

Guy of Spoleto (rival king; crowned emperor 891)

894–898

Lambert (son; co-regent 891; crowned emperor 892, 894)

900–905

Louis of Provence (rival king; crowned emperor 901; deposed, died 928)

922–926

Rudolf of Burgundy (rival king; deposed, died 937)

926–948

Hugh of Arles

948–950

Lothair (son; co-regent 931)

950–963

Berengar II of Ivrea (maternal grandson of Berengar I; deposed, died 966)

950–963

Adalbert (son; deposed, died 972?; union with the Holy Roman empire)

1002–1014

Arduin (son; rival king; abdicated, died 1015; continued union with the empire)

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