Person:Arnulf II van Gent (1)

Arnulf II van Gent
Facts and Events
Name[7] Arnulf II van Gent
Alt Name Count Arnoul de Gand
Alt Name[7] Aarnout van West-Frisia
Gender Male
Birth[7] abt 951 Gent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Marriage may 980 to Lutgardis von Luxemburg
Title (nobility)[7] from 0988 to 0993 Graaf van West-Frisia (Holland); Comes Fresonem
Death[7] 18 Sep 993 Winkel, Noord-Holland, NetherlandsCause: At War
Reference Number? Q697636?
Alt Marriage ABT. 1003 Gent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgiumto Lutgardis von Luxemburg
Burial? Egmond Abbey, Bergen, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

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Arnulf, also known as Aernout or Arnold succeeded his father in 988 as Count in Frisia. He was born in 951 in Ghent and because of this he is also known as Arnulf of Ghent. Arnulf was the son of Dirk II, Count of Holland and Hildegard, thought to be a daughter of Arnulf of Flanders.

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    Arnulf of Aarnout (Gent, ca. 951 – bij Winkel, 18 september 993) was een Friese graaf (comes Fresonum). Hij bestuurde van 988 tot 993 een graafschap in West-Frisia, dat later Holland genoemd zou worden. Omdat hij in Gent geboren was, werd hij ook wel Arnulf van Gent (Gandensis) genoemd.