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Theodicius of Spoleto

Theodicius was the Duke of Spoleto from 763 to 773. Though it is often stated that he died at the Siege of Pavia (774), he was still alive on 9 June 776, when Charlemagne confirmed the properties of the monastery of Farfa and Abbot Ingoald in the reign of his successor Hildeprand.

Sources

  • Hodgkin, Thomas. Italy and her Invaders. Clarendon Press: 1895.
  • Costambeys, Marios. Power and Patronage in the Early Medieval Italy: Local Society, Italian Politics, and the Abbey of Farfa, c.700–900. Cambridge University Press: 2007.

External links

  • Medieval Lands Project: Northern Italy — Spoleto.
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Gisulf
Duke of Spoleto
763–773
Succeeded by
Hildeprand
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