Ricwin of Nantes
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A fidelis of Louis the Pious, Ricwin was named count in the Nantais and the Breton March after the exile of Lambert I. In 832, with Rainier, Bishop of Vannes, he opposed the creation of Redon Abbey by Saint Conwoïon, supported by Nominoë. Ricwin died in the Battle of Fontenay-en-Puisaye fighting on the side of Charles the Bald.
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