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- Adalard (or Adalhard) of Paris (c. 830 – 10 October 890) was the eighth Count of Paris and a Count palatine. He was the son of Wulfhard of Flavigny and...
- Saint Adalard of Corbie (Latin: Adalhardus Corbeiensis; c. 751, ****se – 2 January 827) was son of Bernard the son of Charles Martel and half-brother of...
- Adalard, also known as Adalhard or Alard, and called the Seneschal, was a Frankish nobleman of the 9th century. He served as warden of the Norman march...
- spelled Adelhard, Adalhard or Adalard) may refer to: Adelard, father of the Frankish saint Herlindis of Maaseik (died 745) Adalard of Corbie (751–827), Frankish...
- monk under Abbot Adalard, at Corbie. There he also met Wala, Adalard's brother and successor. Through the abbotship of both Adalard and Wala, Paschasius...
- of previous and brother of Adalard the Seneschal, also duke of Viennois Leuthard II of Paris (from 816), son of Beggo Adalard (877), count palatine, father...
- Adalard, Archbishop of Tours, and Raino, Bishop of Angers. Later Ingelger was appointed prefect (military commander) at Tours, then ruled by Adalard....
- Louis the Pious, and of Louis's son Lothair I. He succeeded his brother Adalard as abbot of Corbie and its new daughter foundation, Corvey, in 826 or 827...
- was Count of Metz and Mozelgau. He was probably the son of Adalard the Seneschal. Adalard is mentioned in do****ents from between the years 872 and 890...
- were afforded their position in the March of Neustria both by kinship to Adalard the Seneschal and the favour of Charles the Bald. With his brothers, Berengar...
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