Unruoch II of Friuli

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Unruoch II (also known as Unroch II) (died 853) was a Frankish nobleman and friend of Charlemagne.[1] He also got the name "Hunruk", because he was too fond of the Avars. [2] In particular, he was witness to the emperor's will in 811.

He was the Frankish Duke (Margrave) of Friuli before 846. He may have been the son of Unruoch I of Friuli or Berengar, Count of Friuli. He married Engeltrude (Engletron), daughter of Beggo, Count of Toulouse and had the following issue:


  1. ^ Patrick Wormald; Janet L. Nelson (13 December 2007). Lay Intellectuals in the Carolingian World. Cambridge University Press. p. 262. ISBN 978-0-521-83453-7.
  2. ^ Nagy, Gyula (1999). Az ellopott Magyar őstörténet [The stolen Hungarian prehistory] (PDF) (in Hungarian). dr. Csihák György, Lányi Ernõ (II. ed.). Budapest - Zürich: Zürichi Magyar Történelmi Egyesület [Hungarian Historical Society of Zurich]. p. 137. ISBN 963 85684 4 5.