Bernard II, Count of Toulouse
Bernhard II († August / September 874) was Count of Toulouse, Rouergue, Limoges, Nimes, Carcassonne, and Albi Rases. He was a son of Count Raymond I of Toulouse and Bertha.
863 was his father, who remained loyal to Charles the Bald, of Humphrey, Count of Barcelona discontinued. 865 Humphrey fled and died Raimund I., whereupon Bernard of Charles the counties Toulouse, Limoges, Rouergue, perhaps including Pallars and Ribagorza got. 872, after the deposition of Oliba II of Carcassonne, he received the counties of Albi, Nîmes, Carcassonne and Razès.
874 he was murdered by a vassal Bernard Plantevelues, which then Toulouse and Limoges took while Oliba II returned to his old position. In Pallars and Ribagorza succeeded one Raimund I. to make himself de facto independent.
- Graf ( Toulouse)
- Born in the 9th century
- Died 874