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House of Rouergue

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Chronology

Dates down to 1093 may vary by a year or so. On the traditional view, William Taillefer– the antiquissimus Tolosae comes of William of Malmesbury– was reigning by 961; for the scheme above, with two additional Raymonds (III and IV), see Crubézy and Dieulafait, 11–33.

Crubézy, E., and C. Dieulafait, eds., Le comte de l'an mil (Bordeaux, 1996).Vic, C. de, and J. Vaissete, Histoire générale dE Languedoc (15 vols., Toulouse, 1872–92.

844–852

Fredelon (son of Fulcoald, count of Rouergue; invested with Toulouse by Pepin II of Aquitaine844)

852–863

Raymond I (brother)

863–864

Humfrid of Gothia (deposed)

864–872

Bernard I (son of Raymond I)

872–885

Bernard II, Hairfoot of Auvergne

885–918

Eudes (son of Raymond I)

918–923

Raymond II (son)

923–942

Raymond Pons (son)

942–961

Raymond III of Rouergue (grandson of Eudes)

961–978

Raymond IV (son)

978–1037

William III, Taillefer (son)

1037–1060

Pons (son)

1060–1093

William IV (son)

1093–1105

Raymond V of St.-Gilles (brother)

1105–1112

Bertram (son)

1112–1148

Alfonso Jordan (brother)

1148–1194

Raymond VI (son)

1194–1222

Raymond VII (son)

1222–1249

Raymond VIII (son)

1249–1271

Alfonso of Poitiers (son of Louis VIII of France; married Joan [died 1271], daughter of Raymond VIII; union with France 1271)

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