- Fulk I, Count of Anjou
Fulk I of Anjou, called "the Red", was son of viscount
Ingelgerof Angers, and was the first count of Anjou from 898 to 941. He increased the territory of the viscounty of Angers and it became a county around 930. During his reign he was permanently at war with the Normansand the Bretons. He occupied the county of Nantes in 907, but abandoned it to the Bretons in 919. He married Rosalie de Loches. He died around 941 and was succeeded by his son Fulk II.
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