Adalbert I di Ivrea, Margraves of Ivrea, was born on an unknown date to Anscar I di Ivrea (?-902) and died circa 923 of unspecified causes. He married Gisela di Friuli (882-910) 904 JL . He married Ermengard di Tuscania (?-932) 912 JL .


Offspring of Adalbert di Ivrea and Gisela di Friuli (882-910)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Berengar II of Italy (900-966) 900 6 July 966 Willa of Arles (912-970)
Bertha di Ivrea (?-?)

Offspring of Adalbert di Ivrea and Ermengard di Tuscania (?-932)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Anscar di Spoleto (c915-940) 915 940


Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
  • After his relative Hugh ascended the Italian throne, Adalbert appearances in the records are sparse. He apparently played no role in Rudolf's deposition and Hugh's acclamation. He was probably gravely ill, since Liutprand of Cremona, writing in 924–25, already thought him dead. His last recorded action, probably shortly before he died, was a donation to the church of Saint Andrew in Turin, which was witnessed by King Hugh on 28 February 929.
¶ Death
  • "died after 28 February 929" says Wikipedia