Suppo I

Suppo I (or Suppone) (died 5 March 824) was a Frankish nobleman who held lands in the Regnum Italicum in the early ninth century.

Suppo I
Duke of Spoleto
Reign822 - 824
PredecessorWiniges of Spoleto
SuccessorAdelard of Spoleto
Died5 March 824
Issue

In 817, he was made Count of Brescia, Parma, Piacenza, Modena, and Bergamo. He was also made a missus dominicus, along with the Brescian bishop Ratald, for Italy. In 818, he was instrumental in putting down the rebellion of Bernard against the Emperor, Louis the Pious. In 822, after the abdication and death of Duke Winiges, Suppo was created Duke of Spoleto by the grateful emperor and he passed Brescia to his son Mauring. Suppo's death was recorded by Einhard and Spoleto went to Adelard, who died within five months, leaving the duchy to Mauring, Duke of Spoleto.

Suppo probably had a Lombard wife, for his second son was named Adelchis.

ReferencesEdit

  • Wickham, Chris. Early Medieval Italy: Central Power and Local Society 400-1000. MacMillan Press: 1981.
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Duke Winiges
Duke of Spoleto
822–824
Succeeded by
Adelard