Arnulf the Bad of Bavaria
- Born: 885-890
- Marriage: Judith of Friuli about 910
- Died: 14 Jul 937, Reginsburg, Germany at age 51
- Buried: St. Emmeram
Born: Between 885 and 890
Marriage: Judith of Friuli circa 910
Died: 14 Jul 937, Reginsburg, Germany about age 51
Buried: St. Emmeram
Another name for Arnulf was Arnulf der Böse.
Ved denne tid foregikk sekularisering av klostrene, de inndragne gods ble gitt som len til hans fortrolige. Som eksempel hadde klostret Tegernsee tidligere mer en 11.000 bondegårder, etter konfiskasjonen kun 114. Kirken ga ham derfor tilnavnet "der Böse".11.08.909 tvang Arnulf ungarerne, som hadde trengt frem til Schwaben, til retrett.__________________________________Arnulf I, called der Böse ("the Bad") (died July 14, 937), was duke of Bavaria from 907 until his death. He was a member of the Luitpolding dynasty.Arnulf was the son of Margrave Luitpold of Bavaria and Kunigunde of East Francia, daughter of Berchthold I, count of Swabia. Arnulf strengthened his power through confiscation of church property, which gained him the nickname "der Böse". He refounded the duchy of Bavaria. In the stuggle for the kingship of East Francia he was a bitter opponent of Conrad of Franconia (the second husband of Arnulfâ€™s mother Kunigunde) but later he allied himself with Conrad's successor Henry the Fowler in order to acknowledge Henry's sovereignty over Bavaria.Arnulf was married to Judith of Friaul, daughter of Count Eberhard of Sülichgau and Gisela of Verona. Arnulf's daughter Judith married Henry I of Bavaria, brother of Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor.Arnulf died in Regensburg in 937 and was buried in St. Emmeram.
Noted events in his life were:
â€¢ Acceded: Duke of Bavaria, 907.
Arnulf married Judith of Friuli, daughter of Eberhard of Friuli and Gisela of the Franks, circa 910.
Arnulf married Judith of Friuli, daughter of Eberhard of Friuli and Gisela of the Franks, about 910.