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Emenon

Emenon (or Emeno) was the Count of Poitou (828–839), Périgord (863–866), and Angoulême (863–866).

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Counts Of Périgord
... a noble title in the peerage of France, first created for Emenon, who was also Count of Poitiers and Count of Angoulême ... Most likely, the title was bestowed on Emenon in 845 by Pepin I of Aquitaine as a reward for Emenon fighting with Pepin against Louis the Pious ...
Battle Of Albelda (851)
... partly by means of war, partly by treachery, Musa captured two Frankish leaders, Sancho and Emenon, whom he threw into a dungeon ... The date of Sancho and Emenon's capture is not given, but Sancho disappears suddenly from Gascony in 855, when his nephew, Arnold, a son of Emenon, appears as duke ... It is possible, on the other hand, that Sancho and Emenon were captured at the encounter of 851, where Gascons are known to have been present, or in 852, during a Frankish campaign to rescue ...
Emenon
... Emenon (or Emeno) was the Count of Poitou (828–839), Périgord (863–866), and Angoulême (863–866) ... When Pepin died, Emenon joined the nobles who proclaimed Pepin II king ... Emenon became count of Périgord and Angoulême in 863 ...