Margraviate of Ivrea
The Margraviate of Ivrea with the capital Ivrea played a prominent role in Italian politics in post-Carolingian times . The Anskarian family, later called the Burgundy-Ivrea family , provided three kings of Italy as margraves of Ivrea: Berengar II and his son Adalbert II and his nephew Arduin .
After Arduin's death the margravate fell apart and the bishops of Ivrea, together with the communal institutions, became the determining force; in the 12th century one proceeded against Friedrich Barbarossa . The flourishing at the beginning of the 12th century was followed by the formal incorporation into the Margraviate of Montferrat in the second half of the 13th century . In the 14th century the margravate fell to Savoy .
List of Marquis of Ivrea ( House of Burgundy-Ivrea )
- Anskar I., Margrave 879-887
- Adalbert I the Rich , his son, Margrave around 902 - probably 923
- Berengar II , his son, Margrave around 923 to 966, King of Italy 950–961
- Adalbert II , his son, Margrave until 971
- Guido (Wido), * 949 , † June 25, 965 , his brother, Margrave 959–965
- Konrad, † 1001 , his brother, Margrave 965 , before 965 Count of Camerino and Spoleto
- Arduin , † 1015 , son of Adalbert II, margrave 990-1015
- Wido (Guido di San Martino), † 1030 , his brother, Margrave
- ... descendants of Wibert