Person:Guaimario IV di Salerno (1)

Guaimario IV di Salerno
d.3 Jun 1052
  1. Guaimario IV di Salerno1010 - 1052
  2. Guy _____, Duke of Sorrento1012 - Bef 1077
  3. Pandulf _____, di SalernoAft 1013 - 1052
  1. Gaitelgrima _____, of Salerno - Aft 1087
  2. Principessa Sichelgaita di Salerno1040 - 1090
  3. Landolf _____Aft 1040 - Aft 1092
  4. Gisulf II of Salerno1052 - 1077
  5. Guido _____ - 1075
  6. Ioannes _____
  7. Guaimar _____ - Aft 1076
Facts and Events
Name[3] Guaimario IV di Salerno
Alt Name Guaimar IV _____, Prince of Salerno
Alt Name[3] Guaimario V di Salerno
Gender Male
Birth? 1010 Salerno, Campania, Italy
Alt Birth[3] Abt 1013
Marriage to Porpora di Tabellaria
Marriage to Gemma di Capua
Death[2][3] 3 Jun 1052 Murdered
Reference Number[1] Q58374?

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Guaimar IV (c. 1013 – 2, 3 or 4 June 1052) was Prince of Salerno (1027–1052), Duke of Amalfi (1039–1052), Duke of Gaeta (1040–1041), and Prince of Capua (1038–1047) in Southern Italy over the period from 1027 to 1052. He was an important figure in the final phase of Byzantine authority in the Mezzogiorno and the commencement of Norman power. He was, according to Amatus of Montecassino, "more courageous than his father, more generous and more courteous; indeed he possessed all the qualities a layman should have—except that he took an excessive delight in women."

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  1. Guaimar IV of Salerno, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. GUAIMAR ([1011/12]-murdered 3 Jun 1052), in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Biografia a Wikipedia IT, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia
    [[1]], trovate 2016.

    Guaimario IV, spesso indicato come Guaimario V (1013 circa – Salerno, 3 giugno 1052), fu principe di Salerno (1027 – 1052) e di Capua (1038-1047), duca di Amalfi (1039-1043), Gaeta (1040-1041) e Sorrento (dal 1040) e duca di Puglia e Calabria (1043-1047).
    Fu una figura di primo piano dei Longobardi, nella fase storica a cavallo fra la fine del dominio bizantino nel Mezzogiorno e l'ascesa della potenza normanna. Guaimario di Salerno era il maggiore dei figli di Guaimario III di Salerno e di Gaitelgrima, figlia di Pandolfo II di Benevento.