Robert of Namur (died 981)

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Robrecht I of Namur (d. before 981), became count of the Lommegau in 946. His origins are unknown. Robrecht positioned himself independently against the archbishop Bruno the Great, who was also Duke of Lotharingia. Robrecht put aside Bruno's edict that required him to demolish the defenses he had built without permission from the duke. The identity of Robrecht's wife is unknown. He was father of:

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