Boso, Margrave of Tuscany
|Boso, Margrave of Tuscany|
|Spouse(s)||Willa of Burgundy|
|Noble family||House of Boso|
|Father||Theobald of Arles|
|Mother||Bertha of Lotharingia|
Boso (885–936) was the count of Arles (895–911 and 926–931, as Boso II) and Avignon (911–931), and margrave of Tuscany (931–936). His parents were Theobald of Arles, a scion of the Bosonids, and Bertha, daughter of king Lothair II. His elder brother was Hugh, king of Italy.
Boso supported his brother's Italian designs. Hugh responded by appointing him margrave of Tuscany when he deposed Lambert in 931. Boso was also very active in Lorraine, opposing Henry I of Germany. He was finally deposed and arrested in 936 to be replaced by Hugh's son Humbert.
He married Willa, daughter of Rudolph I of Burgundy, and had two daughters:
Boso, Margrave of TuscanyBorn: 885 Died: 936
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