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Numerology information Gaitelgrima:
- Name Number: 3. Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Books about Gaitelgrima:
- The Transformation of a Religious Landscape: Medieval Southern Italy, 850-1150 (Conjunctions of Religion and Power... - Jun 8, 2006 by Valerie Ramseyer
- Kinship and Conquest: Family Strategies in the Principality of Salerno during the Norman Period, 1077-1194 - Jun 20, 2002 by Joanna H. Drell
Wiki information Gaitelgrima:
Gaitelgrima is a Lombard feminine name. There are several notable Gaitelgrimas in history. The identities of these five women are often confused because they were all closely related to each other and to two men: Guaimar III of Salerno and his son,...
- Gaitelgrima, daughter of Guaimar IV
- Person, Deceased Person
Gaitelgrima, was the daughter of Guaimar IV of Salerno and Gemma. She was married off by her brother, Gisulf II of Salerno, to Jordan I of Capua, as was her sister, Sichelgaita, to Robert Guiscard. She was regent of Capua in 1091. After being widowed...
- Henry, Count of Monte Sant'Angelo
- Deceased Person, Person
Henry was the Count of Monte Sant'Angelo, with his seat at Foggia, from November 1081. He was the second son of Robert, Count of Lucera, and Gaitelgrima, daughter of Guaimar IV of Salerno. The identity of his father is disputable. He was either the...
- Robert I of Capua
- Person, Noble person, Deceased Person
Robert I, count of Aversa and prince of Capua from 1106, on the death of his elder and heirless brother Richard, was the second eldest son of Jordan I of Capua and Gaitelgrima, daughter of Guaimar IV of Salerno. He tried to be the papal protector...
- Herman of Hauteville
- Deceased Person, Person, Military Commander
Herman of Hauteville was the younger son of Humphrey, count of Apulia and Calabria, and his Lombard wife, Gaitelgrima of Salerno, also known as Altrude. His older brother Abelard was supposed to inherit their father's lands, but Robert Guiscard,...
- Gisulf I of Salerno
- Noble person, Deceased Person, Person
Gisulf I was the eldest son of his father, Guaimar II, and his second wife Gaitelgrima. He was associated with his father as prince of Salerno in 943 and he succeeded him on his death in 952. He took to using the title Langobardorum gentis princeps:...
- Richard II of Capua
- Person, Deceased Person
Richard II, called the Bald, was the count of Aversa and the prince of Capua from 1090 or 1091. He was under the guardianship of Count Robert of Caiazzo until he came of age in 1093. The eldest son and successor of Jordan I of Capua and Gaitelgrima,...
- Maria of Amalfi
- Woman, Person, Deceased Person
Maria was one of the two daughters of Pandulf II of Benevento, who was also Pandulf III of Capua. She married Sergius II of Amalfi around 26 April 1002. Her sister Gaitelgrima married Guaimar III of Salerno, while her brothers, Landulf and Pandulf,...
- Guy, Duke of Sorrento
- Man, Person
Guy was the duke of Sorrento from 1035, the brother of Guaimar IV of Salerno, father-in-law of William Iron Arm and William of the Principate, and brother-in-law of Humphrey of Hauteville. He was the son of Guaimar III and Gaitelgrima. Guy's place in...