Thrasimund I of Spoleto

Thrasimund I or Transamund I was the Count of Capua and then Duke of Spoleto (663 – 703 AD),[1] a faithful follower of Grimoald I of Benevento.

Thrasimund assisted Grimoald in usurping the kingship of the Lombards. In return, Grimoald gave him his daughter in marriage and granted him the duchy of Spoleto after the death of Atto. Thrasimund co-ruled with his brother Wachilapus[2] and was succeeded by his son Faroald II after a reign of forty years.


  1. ^ Lars Ulwencreutz (November 2013). Ulwencreutz's The Royal Families in Europe V. p. 350. ISBN 978-1-304-58135-8.
  2. ^ Archived 2006-09-27 at the Wayback Machine


Regnal titles
Unknown Count of Capua
Preceded by
Duke of Spoleto
with Wachilapus
Succeeded by
Faroald II