Arnulf a Germanic
Germanic peoples
The Germanic peoples are an Indo-European ethno-linguistic group of Northern European origin, identified by their use of the Indo-European Germanic languages which diversified out of Proto-Germanic during the Pre-Roman Iron Age.Originating about 1800 BCE from the Corded Ware Culture on the North...

 name common in the Middle Ages and rare at present, may refer to:
  • Arnulf of Metz
    Arnulf of Metz
    Saint Arnulf of Metz was a Frankish bishop of Metz and advisor to the Merovingian court of Austrasia, who retired to the Abbey of Remiremont....

    , saint (582–640)
  • Arnulf of Eynesbury
    Arnulf of Eynesbury
    Saint Arnulf of Eynesbury was a 9th century hermit who was venerated at Arnulphsbury or Eynesbury, in England. Arnulf's relics were venerated in Arnulphsbury , Huntingdonshire, before the Danish invasions....

    , saint
  • Arnulf of Carinthia
    Arnulf of Carinthia
    Arnulf of Carinthia was the Carolingian King of East Francia from 887, the disputed King of Italy from 894 and the disputed Holy Roman Emperor from February 22, 896 until his death.-Birth and Illegitimacy:...

  • Arnulf I of Bavaria (died 937) (ruled 907–927)
  • Arnulf I of Flanders (ruled 918–965)
  • Arnulf, Count of Holland
    Arnulf, Count of Holland
    Arnulf, also known as Aernout or Arnold succeeded his father in 988 as Count in Frisia. He was born in 951 in Ghent and because of this he is also known as Arnulf of Ghent. Arnulf was the son of Dirk II, Count of Holland and Hildegard, thought to be a daughter of Arnulf of Flanders.-Career:Arnulf...

  • Arnulf II, Count of Flanders
    Arnulf II, Count of Flanders
    Arnulf II of Flanders was Count of Flanders from 965 until his death. He was the son of Baldwin III of Flanders and Mathilde Billung of Saxony, daughter of Herman, Duke of Saxony-History:...

  • Arnulf, Archbishop of Reims
    Arnulf, Archbishop of Reims
    Arnulf was archbishop of Reims and the illegitimate son of King Lothair of France.Archbishop Adalberon wanted Gerbert of Aurillac to succeed him, but King Hugh Capet accepted the elected Arnulf, a Carolingian, in March 989. In September of that year, Arnulf supported an attempt to place his uncle...

     (died 1021)
  • Arnulf of Soissons (died 1087), saint
  • Arnulf of Lisieux
    Arnulf of Lisieux
    "Arnoul" redirects here. For the Cyborg 009 character, Francoise Arnoul, see more info in Cyborg 009.Arnulf of Lisieux was a medieval French bishop.He was educated by his brother, the Bishop of Sées, and studied canon law at Rome...

     (died 1184)
  • Arnulf of Chocques
    Arnulf of Chocques
    Arnulf Malecorne of Chocques was a leader among the clergy during the First Crusade, and was Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem in 1099 and from 1112 to 1118....

     (died 1118), Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem
  • Arnulf of Montgomery
    Arnulf of Montgomery
    Arnulf of Montgomery was an Anglo-Norman aristocrat, who played a role in the history of England, Wales, and Ireland.- Lineage :He was the youngest son of Roger de Montgomerie, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury and Mabel of Bellême....

    , Anglo-Norman aristocrat

See also

  • Arnolfo (disambiguation)
  • Arnold (disambiguation)
  • Françoise Arnoul
    Françoise Arnoul
    Françoise Arnoul is a French actress, who achieved popularity with her cute and sexy charm, especially during the 1950s.Born Françoise Annette Marie Mathilde Gautsch in Constantine, France , as the daughter of stage actress Janine Henry and artillery general Charles Gautsch, she has two brothers...

     (born 1931), French actress
  • Arnulf of Leuven
    Arnulf of Leuven
    Arnulf of Leuven was the abbot of the Cistercian abbey in Villers-la-Ville. After serving in this office for ten years, he abdicated, hoping to pursue a life devoted to study and asceticism. He died within a year. Little else is known....

    (died 1250), medieval abbot
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