Person:Alain De Bretagne (10)

Alain 'Le Barbetorte' Comte Duke De Bretagne
  1. Alain 'Le Barbetorte' Comte Duke De Bretagne917 - 952
  • HAlain 'Le Barbetorte' Comte Duke De Bretagne917 - 952
  1. Haimon _____, Viscount de Dinan IAbt 956 - Aft 1030
  2. Hoell de Nantes, I - 981
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Name Alain 'Le Barbetorte' Comte Duke De Bretagne
Alt Name Alain _____, Duke of Bretagne & Count de Nantes II
Alt Name Alan II _____, Duke of Brittany
Alt Name Alan of Brittany
Gender Male
Birth? 917
Marriage to Unknown
Marriage to Adelaide of Blois
Death[1][2] 952
Reference Number? Q725368?
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Alan II (c. 900–952), nicknamed Wrybeard or Twistedbeard, Alan Varvek in Breton, was Count of Vannes, Poher and Nantes, and Duke of Brittany from 938 to his death. He was the grandson of King Alan the Great by Alan's daughter and her husband Mathuedoï I, Count of Poher. He expelled the Vikings/Norsemen from Brittany after an occupation that lasted from 907 to about 939.

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  1. Alain II 'Wrybeard', Duc de Bretagne, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.
  2. Alan II, Duke of Brittany, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.