Jonathan, Count of Carinola

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Jonathan (died 1094) was the youngest son of Richard I of Capua. According to the Chronicon Amalfitanorum, however, he was a son of Jordan I, who was actually his brother, and married a sister of Roger I of Sicily, which may be accurate.

During the reign of his brother, he was created Count of Carinola. After Jordan's death, he defended Sora from the counts of Aquino (1091).

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