Biography of Marqués de Ivrea Adalberto (¿-925)

Marquis of Ivrea, father of Berenguer II, King of Italy, died in the 925. The marquisate, which comprised the greater part of Piedmont, was the key to the passage of the Alps. Adalberto called twice in the 899 and the 921, French suitors of the Crown of Italy to strip Berenguer I, whose daughter Gilesa had married, but failed in its attempts and his father-in-law forgave him.