Arnulf

Arnulf is a masculine German given name. It is composed of the Germanic elements arn `eagle` and ulf `wolf`. The -ulf, -olf suffix was an extremely frequent element in Germanic onomastics and from an early time was perceived as a mere suffix forming given names. Similarly, the suffix -wald, -ald, -old, originally from wald `rule, power` unde...
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Arnulf

(from the article `Henry I`) ...of Burchard, duke of Swabia (919), he allowed the duke to retain control over the civil administration of the duchy. On the basis of an election ... ...election. The Bavarians believed that they had a better right to the Carolingian inheritance than the Saxons (who had been remote outsiders in the ... ...
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Arnulf

(from the article `Sylvester II`) ...and adviser, Gerbert became involved in Hugh`s resistance to Charles`s attempt to dethrone him. Before Adalbero died, in January 989, he indicated ...
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Arnulf

[archbishop of Reims] Arnulf (also Arnulph or Arnoul) was archbishop of Reims and the illegitimate son of King Lothair of France. Archbishop Adalberon wanted Gerbert of Aurillac to succeed him, but King Hugh Capet accepted the elected Arnulf, a Carolingian, in March 989. In September of that year, Arnulf supported an attempt to place his un...
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Arnulf

[bishop of Vic] Arnulf (died 1010) was the bishop of Vic from 993. He was a member of the family of the hereditary viscounts of Ausona, whose chief castle was at Cardona, although they also controlled the upper town of Vic itself.{sfn|Freedman|1983 |pp=71–72} His mother was the viscountess Ermetruit, who made a donation to the diocese whi...
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Arnulf

Arnulf (är'nulf) , c.850–899, Carolingian emperor (896–99), king of the East Franks (887–99), illegitimate son of Carloman of Bavaria. In 887 he led the rebellion of the kingdom of the East Franks (Germany) against his uncle, Carolingian Emperor Charles III, and was procla...
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Arnulf

Arnulf was King of Germany. He was the great grandson of Charlemagne and was elected King of Germany in 887. He
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Arnulf

duke of Carinthia who deposed his uncle, the Holy Roman emperor Charles III the Fat, and became king of Germany, later briefly wearing the crown of ... [6 related articles]
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