ⓘ Lacon-Gunale

                                     

ⓘ Lacon-Gunale

The Lacon-Gunale were an indigenous family of medieval Sardinia originally established in all the four thrones of the Judgedoms, the four Sardinian medieval kingdoms.

                                     
  • Orzocorre I of Arborea. The families of Torchitorio, Athen, Salanis, Kerki, Lacon Gunale Thori, Serra, Orrubu, and Sogostas can be identified in the Sardinia
  • Mariano I may refer to: Mariano I di Zori 11th century Mariano I de Lacon - Gunale died after 18 March 1082
  • Torchitorio I of the Lacon - Gunale family. His birth name was Orzocco, Torchitorio being a dynastic name. The first ruling dynasty, the Lacon - Gunale probably arose
  • Marianus I died after 18 March 1082 was the Judge of Logudoro from 1073, when he is first mentioned after his father or grandfather, Barisone I, until
  • of Barisone II of Gallura and was named after her mother Odolina of the Lacon family. First queen regnant in Sardinia, she ruled Gallura from the death
  • Giudicato of Torres, which was built by the Judike Gonario I of Torres Lacon - Gunale shortly after the schism of 1054. The new basilica was erected near
  • involved in the conflicts and commerce of Europe. Under Constantine I of the Lacon dynasty, Arborea paid tribute to the papacy and sponsored Camaldolese monks