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[TUSC231] Richbald m. ? . [TUSC241] Bonafacio I di Tuscania m. ? . . [TUSC251] March Count Bonafacio II of Tuscany m. ? . . . [TUSC261] March Count Bonafacio III of Tuscany m. perhaps Bertha . . . . [TUSC271] March Count Adalbert I of Tuscany m2. [SPOD262] Rohart di Spoleto . . . . . [TUSC281] Duke Adalbert II of Lucca m. [LORL283] Bertha von Lotharingia . . . . . . [ESTE311] March Count Guido of Tuscany m. [THEO312] Marozia di Roma . . . . . . [SALE271] March Count Lamberto of Tuscany m. ? . . . . . . [TUSC292] Ermengard di Lucca m. [LOM3292] March Count Adalbert I of Ivrea
[TUSC241] Bonafacio I di Tuscania.
[TUSC251] Bonafacio II di Tuscania, Count in Liguria, perhaps March Count of Tuscany (812-13).
[TUSC261] Bonafacio III di Tuscania, Count of Lucca, and perhaps March Count of Tuscany (828-34). He perhaps married Bertha.
[TUSC271] Adalbert I, Count of Lucca, March Count of Tuscany (846-84), married 1. Anonsuara; then 2. (before 863) [SPOD262] Rohart/Rothildis di Spoleto (daughter of March Count Guido, see SPOLETO MARCH COUNTY). He died after 884.
[TUSC281] Adalbert II the rich di Lucca (son of Adalbert I & Rohart), Count and DUKE OF LUCCA, March Count of Tuscany (886-915), married (c.895-98) [LORL289] Bertha von Lotharingia (born 856, daughter of King Lothar II of Lotharingia, see LOTHARINGIA KINGDOM). Bertha had previously married 1. [PROT311] Count Theodebert (see PROVENCE KINGDOM (TURIN LINE), died 895). Adalbert died 10th September 915 (buried at Lucca Cathedral), and for a short time (915-16) Bertha was Regent of Tuscany (for her under-age son Guido). Bertha died 8th March 924-25 (buried at Lucca Cathedral).
(28 August 2006)
[ESTE311] Guido di Lucca (son of Adalbert II), March Count of Tuscany (915-30), is described under ESTE MARCH COUNTY.
[SALE271] Lamberto di Spoleto (son of Adalbert II), March Count of Tuscany (931), is further described under SALERNO PRINCEDOM.
[TUSC292] Ermengard di Lucca (daughter of Adalbert II) married [LOM3299] March Count Adalbert I (see HOUSE OF IVREA).