Counts of Carcassonne - Counts of Carcassonne

Counts of Carcassonne

  • 790 – 810 Bello
  • 810 – 821 Guisclafred
  • 821 – 837 Oliba I
  • 837 – 844 Bernard, also count of Barcelona
  • 844 – 845 Argila
  • 845 – 850 Bera II, also count of Razès
  • 850 Miro Eutil
  • 850 – 852 Fredelo, also count of Toulouse
  • 852 – 863 Raymond I, also count of Toulouse
  • 863 – 864 Humphrey, also count of Barcelona
  • 865 – 872 Oliba II
  • 872 Bernard, also count of Toulouse
  • 872 – 877 Oliba II, second time
  • 877 – 906 Acfred I
  • 906 – 908 Bencion I
  • 908 – 934 Acfred II
  • 934 Arsenda
  • 934 – 957 Arnold, also count of Comminges
  • 957 – 1012 Roger I the Old
    • until 1010 Raymond II
    • until 1010 Peter I
  • 1012 – 1034 William I
  • 1034 – 1068 Raymond II
    • 1034 – 1059 Peter II, second time
    • from 1034 Peter III
    • from 1034 Bernard II
  • 1068 – 1069 Garsenda, Ermengarde, and Adelaide, daughters of Peter II
Sold to County of Barcelona.

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