Radelchis II of Benevento

Radelchis II (died 907) was the prince of Benevento from 881 to 900 with a long interruption during which the Byzantines and Spoletans vied for the principality. In 884 (or 885), he was deposed and exiled by his brother Aiulf. In 897 (or 898), he was restored only to be conquered by his cousin Atenulf I of Capua in January 900. He never ruled again.

His father was Adelchis of Benevento.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "SOUTHERN ITALY". Medieval Lands Project. Retrieved 2011-05-20.
Preceded by Prince of Benevento
881–884
Succeeded by
Preceded by Prince of Benevento
897–900
Succeeded by