Sunifred II of Cerdanya
In 951 he traveled to Rome, where he received by way of papal bulls a number of privileges for the monastery of Santa Maria de Ripoll and for Lagrasse Abbey. He promoted the construction of the church of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa, consecrated in 953, and of the monastery. He also protected the monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes.
Titles and successors
In 957 on the death of his brother Wilfred II of Besalú, he was appointed his brother's heir, thus once again uniting the dominions of his father under the same rule. In a revolt of his vassals he intervened to bring peace among them, decreeing the confiscation of rebel property. He was succeeded by his brother Miró III.
|Count of Cerdanya
|Count of Besalú