Hugh of Italy

880 - 947

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Hugh (c. 880–947), known as Hugh of Arles or Hugh of Provence, was the king of Italy from 926 until his death. He belonged to the Bosonid family. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Hugh of Italy has received more than 113,560 page views. His biography is available in 27 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 25 in 2019). Hugh of Italy is the 3,395th most popular politician (up from 3,412th in 2019), the 1,103rd most popular biography from France (up from 1,141st in 2019) and the 262nd most popular Politician.

Hugh of Italy is most famous for the Renaissance. The Renaissance is a period of time that was marked by a renewed interest in classical art and literature.

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Among politicians, Hugh of Italy ranks 3,395 out of 15,577Before him are Charles the Younger, Michel Aflaq, Margaret of Savoy, Vicereine of Portugal, Jayavarman II, Emperor Ōjin, and Charles VII of Sweden. After him are Margaret of France, Duchess of Berry, Louis, Prince Napoléon, Constantine Bodin, Suppiluliuma II, Abimelech, and Devlet I Giray.

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Among people born in 880, Hugh of Italy ranks 2Before him is Louis the Blind. After him are Harthacnut I of Denmark, Lambert of Italy, Herbert II, Count of Vermandois, Beatrice of Vermandois, Adalbert I of Ivrea, Abas I of Armenia, Fujiwara no Tadahira, and Hywel Dda. Among people deceased in 947, Hugh of Italy ranks 1After him are Emperor Taizong of Liao, Berthold, Duke of Bavaria, and Yahya ibn Idris ibn Umar.

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In France

Among people born in France, Hugh of Italy ranks 1,103 out of 6,011Before him are Charles Nodier (1780), Manu Chao (1961), Louis Antoine, Duke of Enghien (1772), Pierre d'Ailly (1350), William of Gellone (750), and Claudette Colbert (1903). After him are Margaret of France, Duchess of Berry (1523), Maurice Halbwachs (1877), Charles-Émile Reynaud (1844), Didier Deschamps (1968), Maria Schneider (1952), and Emmanuel Chabrier (1841).