Rainulf Drengot (dead in 1045) was a Norman adventurer.
In 1016, Rainulf went in the South Italy where he was a mercenary. In 1030, Drengot was the first count of Aversa (near Naples) and was married to the duke of Naples’s daughter.
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- Amatus of Montecassino, History of the Normans
- William of Apulia, The Deeds of Robert Guiscard Books One, Two, Three, Four, Five (Word Documents).
- Ferdinand Chalandon, Histoire de la domination normande en Italie et en Sicile, Paris, 1907.
- John Julius Norwich, The Normans in the South (1016-1130), Longmans : London, 1967.