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Ugo da Parlascio Ebriaco

Male - 1136

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  • Name Ugo da Parlascio Ebriaco 
    Birth of Pisa, Pisa, Toscana, Italy Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Death 1136  [1, 2
    Person ID I5499  Ancestry of PNH, TNH, and others | Ancestor of AP, Ancestor of DDB, Ancestor of DGH, Ancestor of DK, Ancestor of EK, Ancestor of JTS, Ancestor of LMW, Ancestor of TNH, Ancestor of TSW, Ancestor of TWK, Ancestor of UKL
    Last Modified 6 Jan 2018 

    Father Ugo da Parlascio Ebriaco   d. 1115 
    Family ID F2400  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    +1. Maria Ebriaci   d. Aft 1136
    Family ID F1749  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 14 Apr 2023 

  • Notes 
    • From Wikipedia:

      [A] leading citizen in the Republic of Pisa in the early twelfth century, one of thirty or so named as console del mare.

      Sometime between 1113 to 1115, Ugo and Pietro Moriconi, Archbishop of Pisa, led a successful expedition against the Balearic Islands. They stopped in Porto Torres on their return and it was there that they established relations with Constantine I of Logudoro.

      Around 1128, Gonario II, Constantine's son, the child ruler of Logudoro, was brought to Porto Torres by his regent, Ittocorre Gambella, after an attempt to harm the child had been made by the Athen family. Porto Torres was then controlled by the Pisans, who whisked the child off to Pisa and the protection of Ebriaco. When Gonario turned seventeen, he married Ebriaco's daughter and returned to Sardinia, with Pisan permission and four armed galleys. Ugo was part of this expedition to repossess the Logudoro in 1130. Together they landed at Torres and marched on Ardara, the location of the judicial palace, and took it. Controlling the giudicato again, they began construction of a castle at Goceano to guard the frontier.

  • Sources 
    1. [S160] Wikipedia.

    2. [S837] Lindsay L. Brook, "The Ebriaci of Pisa, Jewish ancestors of the Plantagenets?" Foundations, journal of the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, volume 1, number 2, July 2003.