Person:William I, Duke of Normandy (1)

     
Guillaume Ier "Longue-Épée" de Normandie
m. abt 0932
  1. Richard Ier "Sans Peur" de Normandie
m. est 0940
Facts and Events
Name[6] Guillaume Ier "Longue-Épée" de Normandie
Alt Name[3] William I "Longsword" , Duke of Normandy
Gender Male
Alt Birth[1] 0893 Bayeux, Calvados, France
Reference Number[1] Q313017?
Birth[1][6] abt 0900 Avranches, Manche, FranceHouse of Normandy
Title (nobility)[6] 0927 Jarl des Normands de la Seine
Marriage abt 0932 Normandie, France1st Wife
to Sprota de Bretagne
Marriage est 0940 to Liutgarde de Vermandois
Death[1][5][6] 17 Dec 0942 Picquigny, Somme, Franceassassiné sur une ile de la Somme
Burial? 18 Dec 0942 Jumièges, Seine-Maritime, FranceJumieges Abbey


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William Longsword (, ; c. 893 – 17 December 942) was the second ruler of Normandy, from 927 until his assassination in 942.

He is sometimes anachronistically dubbed "Duke of Normandy", even though the title duke (dux) did not come into common usage until the 11th century. Longsword was known at the time by the title Count (Latin comes) of Rouen. Flodoard—always detailed about titles—consistently referred to both Rollo and his son William as principes (chieftains) of the Norse.

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    Guillaume Ier de Normandie (av. 910-942), dit Guillaume « Longue-Épée »1, est le fils naturel de Rollon et de Poppa de Bayeux. Il est considéré comme étant le deuxième duc de Normandie, bien que ce titre n'existe pas encore à cette époque. Il est avant tout jarl des Normands de la Seine.