Leuthard II of Paris

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Leuthard II[1] (c.806 – 858 or 869) was the seventh Count of Paris. He was the son of Beggo[2] and Alpais who may have been a granddaughter of Charlemagne.


  1. ^ 1961-, Heidecker, Karl (2010). The divorce of Lothar II : Christian marriage and political power in the Carolingian world. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. pp. 25. ISBN 9780801439292. OCLC 417444609.CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  2. ^ Jackman, Donald C. (7 Feb 2015). Three Bernards Sent South to Govern II: Counties of the Guilhemid Consanguinity. http://www.enlaplage.com/ampseries.html: Editions Enlaplage. p. 30. ISBN 9781936466627.
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