Adalbert of Ivrea Count and Margrave of Ivrea  24
- Marriage (1): Gisela of Friaul 
- Marriage (2): Ermengarda of Tuscany  about 915
- Died: 17 Jul 932
Another name for Adalbert was Adalbert I of Ivrea.
Count of Parma.
Adalbert I (died 17 July 923 or 8 October 924 ) was the son of Anscar of Ivrea and, from his death in 902, margrave of Ivrea .
He rebelled against Berengar I in 905 in support of Louis III. When Louis was defeated, captured, and blinded, Adalbert was exiled to Burgundy , whence his family had originated. He later returned and rebelled against, this time with Lambert, Archbishop of Milan , in support of another rival for the Italian throne : Rudolf II of Burgundy . Initially unsuccessful, he and Rudolf jointly defeated Berengar at the Battle of Firenzuola on 29 July 923 .
He married firstly, before 900, Gisela of Friuli , a daughter of Berengar I of Italy </wiki/Berengar_I_of_Italy> and Bertila of Spoleto </wiki/Bertila_of_Spoleto>. With her, he had two children:
Berengar , successor
Bertha, abbess of Modena
Around 915, he married Ermengard , the daughter Adalbert II of Tuscany and Bertha, daughter of Lothair II . From this marriage he had a second son, Anscar , Duke of Spoleto .
Noted events in his life were:
• Acceded: Margrave of Ivrea, 902.
Adalbert married Gisela of Friaul  [MRIN: 551617431], daughter of Berengar I of Italy King of Italy  [MRNK-7ZM] and Bertila of Spoleto Queen consort of Italy, Holy Roman Empress . (Gisela of Friaul  died in 898.)
Adalbert next married Ermengarda of Tuscany  [MRIN: 1334], daughter of Adalbert II, the Rich of Tuscany Margrave of Tuscany  and Bertha of Lorraine , about 915.