Adalard of Paris

Adalard (or Adalhard) of Paris (c. 830 – 890) was the eighth Count of Paris and a Count palatine. He was the son of Wulfhard of Flavigny and Suzanne of Paris, a daughter of Beggo, Count of Toulouse.[1] Through his mother, he was a descendant of Charlemagne. His brother Hilduin the Young was the abbot of Saint-Denis. His brother Wulgrin I of Angoulême was appointed Count of Angoulême and Périgord. Adalard followed his uncle Leuthard II.

Adalard had two children: son named Wulfhard and daughter called Adelaide of Paris (850 – 10 November 901). She married King Louis II of France and had two children with him.


  1. Baldwin, Edea. "Count Adalard of Paris: A Family History". Family History. Retrieved 2008-12-29.

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