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Atto of Spoleto

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Atto of Spoleto

Atto (or Hatto) was the Duke of Spoleto from 653 to 663, the successor of Theodelap.

Nothing is known of his reign except that he was replaced by Thrasimund, Count of Capua.


  • Paul the Deacon. Historia Langobardorum.
  • Hodgkin, Thomas. Italy and Her Invaders. Volume VI.
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Preceded by
Duke of Spoleto
Succeeded by
Thrasimund I
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