Robert II of Loritello

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Robert II (died 1134 or 1137) was the son and successor of Count Robert I of Loritello. His father died in 1107. He married his second cousin Adelaide, a daughter of Roger II of Sicily and Elvira of Castile. They had a son, named William, who succeeded him.

Robert was a friend of the Church. He took part in the council of Troia (1115) of Pope Paschal II and that of 1120 of Callixtus II.

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Preceded by
Robert I
Count of Loritello
1107-1137
Succeeded by
William