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Lombard Princedoms


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Duchy of Benevento

Princedom of Benevento

House of Capua

County of Capua

Princedom of Capua

Princedom of Salerno

Cilento, N., Italia meridionale longobarda (2nd edn., Milan, 1971).Hirsch, F., and M. Schipa, La Longobardia meridionale (570–1077) (Rome, 1968).

571–591

Zotto (duke of Benevento as a nominal subject of the Lombard kingdom in Italy 571)

591–641

Arichis I

641–642

Aio I (son)

642–647

Radwald

647–662

Grimwald I (brother; king of Italy 662–71)

662–687

Romwald I (son)

687–689

Grimwald II (son)

689–706

Gisulf I (brother)

706–731

Romwald II (son)

731–732

Audelachis (deposed)

732–739

Gregory (nephew of Liutprand, king of Italy)

739–742

Godescalc

742–751

Gisulf II (son of Romwald II)

751–758

Liutprand (son; deposed)

758–787

Arichis II (assumed the title of prince 774)

788–806

Grimwald III (son)

806–817

Grimwald IV

817–832

Sico of Acerenza

832–839

Sicard (son; co-regent 831)

839–849

Siconulf (brother; Salerno)

839–851

Radelchis I (rival claimant; Benevento)

851–853

Radelgarius (son)

853–878

Adelchis (brother)

878–881

Gaideris (son of Radelgarius; deposed)

881–884

Radelchis II, the Foolish (son of Adelchis; deposed)

884–890

Aio II (brother)

890–891

Ursus (son; deposed; Byzantine rule 891–5)

895–897

Guy of Spoleto

897–900

Radelchis II (restored; deposed)

900–910

Atenulf I (count of Capua 887; union with Capua 900–81)

910–940

Atenulf II (son)

910–943

Landulf I (brother; co-regent 901)

933–943

Atenulf III (son; co-regent)

943–961

Landulf II (brother; co-regent 939)

961–968

Landulf III (son; co-regent 958)

961–981

Pandulf I, Ironhead (brother; co-regent 943; Salerno 977)

981–1014

Pandulf II (son of Landulf III)

1014–1033

Landulf IV (son; co-regent 987)

1033–1060

Pandulf III (son; co-regent 1011; papal rule 1051–4)

1060–1077

Landulf V (son; co-regent 1038)

1060–1074

Pandulf IV (son; co-regent 1056; union of Benevento with the Papal States 1077)

815–843

Landulf I, the Old

843–861

Lando I, the Elder (son)

861

Lando II, the Younger (son; deposed, died 884)

861–863

Pando (son of Landulf I)

863

Pandonulf (son; deposed)

863–879

Landulf II (son of Landulf I)

879–882

Pandonulf (restored)

882–885

Lando III (grandson of Landulf I)

885–887

Landonulf I (brother)

887–910

Atenulf (brother; prince of Benevento 900; union with Benevento 900–81)

981–982

Landulf IV (son of Pandulf I of Benevento; co-regent 968)

982–993

Landonulf II (brother)

993–999

Laidulf (brother; deposed)

999–1000

Ademar of Spoleto (deposed)

1000–1007

Landulf V of Sant' Agata (son of Landulf III of Benevento)

1007–1022

Pandulf II (son; co-regent 1006)

1022–1026

Pandulf III of Teano (nephew of Laidulf; deposed)

1022–1026

John (son; co-regent; deposed)

1026–1038

Pandulf IV (son of Pandulf II of Benevento; co-regent 1016; deposed)

1038–1047

Waimar of Salerno (deposed, died 1052)

1047–1049

Pandulf IV (restored)

1049–1057

Pandulf V (son; co-regent 1020)

1057–1062

Landulf VI (son; co-regent 1047; deposed, died 1064?; Norman rule of Capua)

839–849

Siconulf (son of Sico, prince of Benevento; occupied Salerno 839; styled prince 847)

849–853

Sico (son; deposed)

853–861

Ademar (deposed)

861–880

Waifer (abdicated)

880–901

Waimar I (son; co-regent 877)

901–946

Waimar II (son; co-regent 893)

916–917

Waimar III (son; co-regent)

946–977

Gisulf I (brother; co-regent 933; union with Benevento 977–81)

981–983

Manso of Amalfi (deposed, died 1004)

981–983

John I (son; co-regent; deposed)

983–999

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