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Rainier of Tuscany

Rainier was the Margrave of Tuscany from 1014 until 1027. After the death of the Emperor Henry II, of whom he had been a supporter, he opposed Conrad II. When Conrad descended into Italy to receive the Iron Crown and the Holy Roman Emperorship, he had to fight and depose Rainier, replacing him with his own supporter, Boniface of Canossa.

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Preceded by
Boniface III
Margrave of Tuscany
1014–1027
Succeeded by
Boniface IV
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