Giudice of Arborea
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The Giudici (from the Latin iudices or judikes, "judges," the title of the Byzantine officials left behind when Imperial power receded in the West.) of Arborea were the local rulers of the west of Sardinia during the Middle Ages. Theirs was the longest-lasting giudicato, surviving as an independent state until the fifteenth century.
House of Lacon Gunale
House of Lacon Serra
House of Bas Serra (Baux Serra)
House of Doria Bas (Doria Baux)
House of Narbonne
Sold to Crown of Aragon. Following were titular rulers.
- Leonard Cubell (regent: 1407 – 1408 and 1409 – 1410, giudice: 1410 – 1427), Margrave of Oristano and Count of Goceano
- Antonio Cubell (1427 – 1463), Margrave of Oristano and Count of Goceano
- Salvador Cubell (1463 – 1470), Margrave of Oristano and Count of Goceano
- Leonard de Alagona (1470, claimed the positions of Margrave of Oristano and Count of Goceano, raised a revolt
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