Girard de Buonalbergo est un baron italo-normand du XIe siècle, neveu par alliance de Robert Guiscard.↑ Petite ville située près de Bénévent ; nom quelquefois francisé en « Bonauberge ».

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  • Girard de Buonalbergo est un baron italo-normand du XIe siècle, neveu par alliance de Robert Guiscard.
  • Girard, lord of Buonalbergo, was a Norman chieftain in the middle of the eleventh century in the Mezzogiorno. He was in the service of the prince of Benevento. Despite being chiefly known for giving aunt daughter Alberada in marriage to the upstart Robert Guiscard, to assure the latter's alliance, he was an important enough baron to send 200 knights in fee as Alberada's dowry and still commit many to Humphrey, Count of Apulia and brother of the Guiscard, in the Battle of Civitate of 1053. He himself took part in the battle, with Guiscard.When Guiscard left to campaign against the Byzantine Empire in 1081, Girard served as regent and counselor for Guiscard's son Roger Borsa.
  • Gerardo, (Gerardus, Girardus o Girart) (prima metà dell'XI secolo – 1086), signore di Buonalbergo, conte di Ariano. Era un nobile normanno attivo nel Mezzogiorno. Era inizialmente al servizio del principe di Benevento.
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  • Girard de Buonalbergo est un baron italo-normand du XIe siècle, neveu par alliance de Robert Guiscard.↑ Petite ville située près de Bénévent ; nom quelquefois francisé en « Bonauberge ».
  • Gerardo, (Gerardus, Girardus o Girart) (prima metà dell'XI secolo – 1086), signore di Buonalbergo, conte di Ariano. Era un nobile normanno attivo nel Mezzogiorno. Era inizialmente al servizio del principe di Benevento.
  • Girard, lord of Buonalbergo, was a Norman chieftain in the middle of the eleventh century in the Mezzogiorno. He was in the service of the prince of Benevento. Despite being chiefly known for giving aunt daughter Alberada in marriage to the upstart Robert Guiscard, to assure the latter's alliance, he was an important enough baron to send 200 knights in fee as Alberada's dowry and still commit many to Humphrey, Count of Apulia and brother of the Guiscard, in the Battle of Civitate of 1053.
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  • Girard de Buonalbergo
  • Gerardo di Buonalbergo
  • Girard of Buonalbergo
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