Count of Bordeaux

County of BordeauxBordeauxCounts of Bordeauxduke and count of Bordeaux
The Count of Bordeaux (Latin comes Burdagalensis) was the ruler of the city of Bordeaux and its environs in the Merovingian and Carolingian periods.wikipedia
24 Related Articles

Bordeaux

Bordeaux, FranceBurdigalaBordelais
The Count of Bordeaux (Latin comes Burdagalensis) was the ruler of the city of Bordeaux and its environs in the Merovingian and Carolingian periods.
Around 585 Gallactorius was made count of Bordeaux and fought the Basques.

Bernard William of Gascony

Bernard I WilliamBernardBernat I
Subsequently obols are known bearing the names of William, Bernard, Sancho and Odo.
Bernard William, sometimes Bernard I (died 25 December 1009), was the Duke of Gascony and Count of Bordeaux from c.

William the Good, Count of Bordeaux

William the Good
The coins of William may belong to the time of William the Good or his successor, William Sánchez.
William the Good (Guillaume le Bon) was the Count of Bordeaux in the final decades of the 10th century.

Duchy of Gascony

Duke of GasconyGasconyDuchy of Vasconia
Over the next two centuries, the county of Bordeaux was brought into union with the Duchy of Gascony.

Seguin II of Gascony

Seguin IISeguinDuke Seguin II
Seguin II (died 846), called Mostelanicus, was the Count of Bordeaux and Saintes from 840 and Duke of Gascony from 845.

Amalvinus

Amalvinus (Amauvin or Amauguin) was the Count of Bordeaux in the late 9th and early 10th century.

Odo of Gascony

OdoDuke OdoEudes
Subsequently obols are known bearing the names of William, Bernard, Sancho and Odo.
In 1033, Odo took possession of the County of Bordeaux, traditional seat of the Gascon dukes.

William Sánchez of Gascony

William II Sánchez of GasconyWilliam II of GasconyWilliam II Sanchez of Gascony
The coins of William may belong to the time of William the Good or his successor, William Sánchez.
He united the County of Bordeaux with the Gascony.

Seguin I of Gascony

SeguinSeguin ISeguin (or Sihimin)
A count of Bordeaux (ruler of the "Burdegalian country", or pagus Burdegalensis) appointed by Charlemagne in 778 had the same name, Seguin, and may have been the same person.

William of Septimania

WilliamWilliam IGuillem
It has been hypothesised that William was also the same person as the Count of Bordeaux and possible Duke of Gascony appointed by Pepin in 845.

Arnold of Gascony

ArnoldArnaut
In 863, King Charles the Bald nominated him Count of Angoulême and Bordeaux.

Merovingian dynasty

MerovingianMerovingiansMerovingian period
The Count of Bordeaux (Latin comes Burdagalensis) was the ruler of the city of Bordeaux and its environs in the Merovingian and Carolingian periods.

Carolingian dynasty

CarolingianCarolingiansCarolingian period
The Count of Bordeaux (Latin comes Burdagalensis) was the ruler of the city of Bordeaux and its environs in the Merovingian and Carolingian periods.

Vikings

VikingNorseDanes
The names of the counts are scarcely known until the ninth century, when they start to take on a larger role because of their strategic importance in the defence against the Vikings.

Louis the Pious

Louis ILouisLouis I the Pious
Thereafter, minting at Bordeaux ceased until the reign of Louis the Pious as emperor, when the mint was re-opened.

Louis IV of France

Louis IVKing Louis IVLouis IV, King of France
After that there is another hiatus until minting was resumed in the king's name under Louis IV (936–54) and Lothair (954–86).

Lothair of France

LothairLothair IIIKing Lothair
After that there is another hiatus until minting was resumed in the king's name under Louis IV (936–54) and Lothair (954–86).

Obol (coin)

obolusobolobols
Subsequently obols are known bearing the names of William, Bernard, Sancho and Odo.

Sancho VI William of Gascony

Sancho VI WilliamSancho VISancho VI of Gascony
Subsequently obols are known bearing the names of William, Bernard, Sancho and Odo.

Oberon

AuberonOberon on WikibooksAlberich-Oberon
Huon, son of Seguin count of Bordeaux, passed through the forest inhabited by Oberon.

García II Sánchez of Gascony

García II of GasconyGarcía II SánchezGarcía Sánchez
García was the first of a line of dukes which ruled Gascony until 1032 and incorporated the county of Bordeaux into its demesne.

Epistola Adefonsi Hispaniae regis

a letter to the canons
It was planned to send members of the royal household to Bordeaux, where Alfonso apparently had connexions with the local magnate, Amalvinus, called "our friend" in the letter and titled both duke and count of Bordeaux.