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Bethmann, L., and O. Holder-Egger, ‘Langobardische Regesten’, Neues Archiv der Gesellschaftfür ältere deutsche Geschichtskunde, III (1878), 225–318.Romano, G., and A. Solmi, Le dominazioni barbariche in Italia (395–888) (Milan, 1940) (Storia politica d'Italia, V).

569–572

Alboin (invaded Italy 568; dated his reign from his capture of Milan 569)

572–574

Cleph (interregnum 574–84)

584–590

Authari (son)

590–616

Agilulf

616–626

Adalwald (son; co-regent 604)

626–636

Ariwald

636–652

Rothari

652–653

Rodwald (son)

653–661

Aripert I

661–662

Godepert (son)

662–671

Grimwald (son-in-law of Aripert I)

671

Garipald (son; deposed)

671–688

Perctarit (son of Aripert I)

688–700

Cunipert (son; co-regent 680)

700–701

Liutpert (son; deposed, died 702)

701

Raginpert (son of Godepert)

701–712

Aripert II (son)

712

Ansprand

712–744

Liutprand (son)

744

Hildeprand (nephew; co-regent 735; deposed)

744–749

Ratchis (deposed)

749–756

Aistulf (brother)

756–757

Ratchis (restored; deposed)

757–774

Desiderius (deposed with his son Adelchis, co-regent from 759; Frankish conquest of the kingdom)

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