Gausbert

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Gausbert (died 931) was the count of Empúries and Rosselló from 915 until he died. He was the son of Sunyer II of Empúries and brother of Bencion.

With the death of his father, the counties passed to him and Bencion, but Bencion died in 916 and all the inheritance fell to Gausbert. In 924, he participated in a campaign with the margrave of Gothia against invading Moors. In 927, he rebuilt Saint Martin of Ampurias.

He married Trudegarda, with whom he had the following issue:

Preceded by
Sunifred II
Count of Empúries
915–931
Succeeded by
Gausfred I
Count of Rosselló
915–931