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Count of Poitiers

Among the men who have borne the title of Count of Poitiers (or Poitou, in what is now France but in the Middle Ages became part of the Aquitaine) are:

  • Guerin (or Warin[us]) (638-677)
  • Renaud (795-843)
  • Bernard I (815-844)
  • Ranulph I (835-875)
  • Ranulph II (855-890)
  • Gauzbert (857-892)
  • Robert I (866-923)
  • Ebalus (or Ebles Manzer) (890-934)
  • William III of Aquitaine (915-963)
  • William IV of Aquitaine (937-995)
  • William V of Aquitaine (969-1030)
  • William VIII of Aquitaine (1033-1086)
  • William IX of Aquitaine (1071-1126)
  • William X of Aquitaine (1099-1137)
  • Raymond, Prince of Antioch (1112-1149)
  • Louis VII of France (1120-1180)
  • Henry II of England (1133-1189)
  • William Plantagenet (1153-1156) son of Henry II of England
  • Alphonso Capet (1220-1271) son of Louis VIII of France
  • Philip V of France (1293-1322)
  • John, Duke of Berry (1340-1416) son of John II of France
  • Charles VII of France (1403-1461)
  • Charles Louis Edmond (b. 1929)



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