Counts of Ebersberg
The powerful and rich Bavarian family of the Counts of Sempt-Ebersberg , also Counts of Sempt or Counts of Ebersberg , had its origins in the time of Emperor Arnulf of Carinthia († 899) with Count Sighart († 906) from the Sieghardinger family and ended with Count Adalbero II. 1045. The Counts of Sempt-Ebersberg were also the first margraves of the Mark Carniola ; they ruled as such from 1004 until the family died out. At times, through a clever marriage policy and legacy, their domain extended from the Upper Bavarian cities of Ebersberg and Erding to today's Carinthia . In 934 the counts founded the Ebersberg monastery . In 1036 the area was also extended over the Mark an der Sann .
Sighart (around 887–906), Count of Alemannia , receives Sempt , ∞ Gotini (Gottina)
- Ratold (around 890–919), Margrave in Carantania , ∞ Engilmut
- Eberhard I († 959), Count an der Amper, founder of Ebersberg Monastery in 934
- St. Lantpert von Freising , (* around 895 (?) In Ebersberg; † September 19, 957 in Freising, from 937 to 957 Bishop of Freising), legendary founder of Landsberied
- Adalbero I. (928 / 34–965 / 69),? Margrave in Krain, co-founder of Ebersberg Monastery, ∞ Liutgard von Dillingen, niece of Bishop Ulrich von Augsburg
- Hadamut, ∞ Count Markwart III. from Viehbach ( Eppensteiner )
Ulrich (around 970-1029), Count von Ebersberg, Margrave of Krain (1004-1011), ∞ Richgart (Richardis) von Viehbach (Eppensteinerin), sister of Markwart III.
- Adalbero II. (1029-1045, extinction), Count von Ebersberg, ∞ Richlint ( Welfin ) († June 12, 1045 in the collapse of Persenbeug Castle )
- Eberhard II (1037–1041 / 42), Margrave of Krain (1040–42), Count von Ebersberg, founder of Geisenfeld Monastery in 1037, ∞ Adelheid from Saxony
- Tuta (Judith), ∞ Sighart, Count of Chiemgau († 1046)
- Willibirg (around 1020–1056), ∞ Count Werigand of Istria - Friuli
- Gerbirg, abbess in Geisenfeld
- Liutgard,? Nun in Geisenfeld
- Hadamut, ∞ Count Poppo I of Weimar, Margrave of Istria
- Descendants (see Weimar (noble family) )
- ? Willibirg, ∞ Babo (Poppo) (around 957, † 975), Graf an der Paar, Margrave of Krain 973
- Willibirg († 989/85),? ∞ Eticho II. ( Welfe )
- Majda Smole: Graščine na nekdanjem Kranjskem ( manors in the former Carniola), Ljubljana 1982.
- Franz Tyroller: Ebersberg, Count of. In: New German Biography (NDB). Volume 4, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 1959, ISBN 3-428-00185-0 , p. 250 ( digitized version ).
- Ebersberg Genealogy (PDF; 504 kB)
- Cartular of the Ebersberg monastery. In: Friedrich Hektor Hundt , treatises of the k. bayer. Academy of Sciences III. CI. XIV. Volume III. Dept.