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The proof that Guillaume [II] was the son of Rainard [II] has not been found.
However, his consent to the execution of his supposed fathers testament, and his naming his daughter after his supposed mother, strongly suggest that the affiliation is correct.
Early in the 11th century, the vassal relationship of the vicomtes de Beziers appears to have changed, as "Bernardus vicecomes" swore allegiance to Bernard Bishop of Agde under a charter dated .
There is no indication in the cartulary precisely how or when the change may have occurred.
Some time during the mid-10th century, it is likely that the county of Agde fell under the influence of the comtes de Rouergue, as indicated by a On the death in [1063/64] of Berthe, grand-daughter of Comte Raymond [II], without direct heirs, the counties within the sphere of influence of the comtes de Rouergue (assessed to be Agde/Bziers, Narbonne, Rouergue and Uzs) reverted to Guillaume IV Comte de Toulouse.
Comte Guillaume IV is referred to as "Guillelmus Tolonanensium, Albensium seu Caturcensium, Lutevensium, Petragorensium, Carcassonensium, Aginnensium necne Astarachensium comes et dux" in a charter dated by which he confirmed earlier donations to the abbey of Saint-Pons de Thomires The town of Beziers was governed by a vicomte from the mid-9th century.
"Ccilia vicecomitissa qu fuit uxor domini Bernardi-Atonis vicecomitis Biterris et filii eorum Rotgerius, Raymundus Trinquauel et Bernardis-Atonis vicecomites Biterris, Carcasson, Nemausi et Albi" confirmed donations by "maiores nostri generis Diasfronisa vicecomitissa et Bernardus vicecomes filius eius et Gaucia eius coniux et filii eorundem Froterius Albiensis episcopus et Ato vicecomes" by charter dated (contract ) BERNARDE de Comminges, daughter of BERNARD [I] Comte de Comminges & his wife Dias de Samatan (-after ).
The cartulary of Agde, which includes 137 charters dated between 8, refers to the "comitatu Agathense" in nearly every document but there is no mention of a "Comte d'Agde".The charter of Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks dated 30 Jan 845 (possibly spurious, as explained in the Introduction) names "Bernarthi Athonis nunc Palliavensis comitis Antonii hodie vicecomitis Bitterrensisidemque Asinarii nunc etiam Lupiniacensis ac Solensis vicecomitis" as sons of "Vandregisilus comes consanguineus noster" & his wife.