Theobald II of Spoleto

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Theobald II (923/925 – July 957/961) was the Duke of Spoleto and Margrave of Camerino from 953. He was the son of Boniface II of Spoleto and Waldrada. He married a woman also named Waldrada and was the father of Adalbert, Count of Bologna, and possibly of Willa, the wife of Tedald of Canossa.

In 959, Berengar and Guy of Ivrea led an expedition against Theobald. They defeated him and captured both Soleto and Camerino.

References[edit]

  • Tedald at the Medieval Lands Project—Northern Italy
Italian nobility
Preceded by
Boniface II
Duke of Spoleto
953–959
Succeeded by
Thrasimund III
Margrave of Camerino
953–959
Succeeded by
Guy of Ivrea