Willa was queen consort of Italy.
She mistreated Adelaide when Berengar held her captive for several months in 951. The chronicler Liutprand of Cremona, raised at the court at Pavia, gives several particularly vivid accounts of Willa's character. After Berengar's deposition, she was held captive in a German nunnery.
|Adalberto di Ivrea (c934-971)||934||30 April 971 Autun, France||Gerberga de Macon (-c988)|
|Guido di Ivrea (940-965)||940||25 June 965|
|Corrado Cono di Ivrea (?-c1000)||1000||Richilda Glaber (?-?)|
|Gisla di Ivrea (?-?)||Ramboldo (?-bef1040)|
|Gilberga di Ivrea (945-?)||945||Aleramo del Marchio del Monferrato (?-c977)|
|Rozela di Ivrea (955-c1003)||955||1003||Arnulf II of Flanders (c960-988) |
Robert II of France (972-1031)
|Berta di Ivrea (?-?)|
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