Lucídio Vimaranes

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Lucídio Vimaranes was the second Count of Portugal within the Kingdom of Asturies. He was the son of Vímara Peres. Following his death, the county passed out of the family, but he is thought to have been ancestor of Count Alvito Nunes, who in the 11th century initiated a second period in which the family controlled the County of Portugal. The Kingdom of Asturies was divided internally into several provinces called "counties". Portus Cale was one of these asturian counties after it become part of the asturian kingdom as a new land conquered from the moors.

Lucídio Vimaranes
family of Vímara Peres
Born:  ? Died: 873?
Titles of nobility
Preceded by
Vímara
Count of Portugal
873-873?
Succeeded by
Mumadona Dias