Girard II of Roussillon
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As his father before him, he affirmed treaties of peace with the counts of Ampurias. He inherited a weakened county and was made to do homage to the king of Aragón and count of Barcelona, Alfonso II, to whom he ceded the county when he died without heirs.
|Count of Roussillon
Alfonso II of Aragon
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