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Bertha von Schwaben

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Birthplace: Bourgogne, France
Death: Died in Bourgogne,,,France
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Daughter of Burchard II, duke of Swabia and Reginlinde von Nellenburg
Wife of Rudolph II, King of Upper Burgundy & Italy and Hugues I d'Arles, King of Italy, Regent of Lower Burgundy
Mother of Conrad "the Peaceful", King of Burgundy; Saint Adelaide of Italy; Richardus de Bourgogne; Rudolph de Bourgogne; Edith von Burgundy and 1 other
Sister of Burkhard III, count of Wettin; Hicha de Suabia and Adalrich von Schwaben
Half sister of Ita von Lahngau

Occupation: Dronning, Contesse de Provence (Par mandat de son oncle Hugues de Provence), Comtesse, d'Arles, de Vienne, Queen of Western France
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About Bertha of Swabia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bertha_of_Swabia

Bertha of Swabia (c. 907 – after January 2, 966) was Queen consort of Burgundy. She was the daughter of Burchard II, Duke of Swabia and his wife Regelinda.

In 922, she was married to Rudolph II of Burgundy. Adelaide of Italy was their common daughter. Their son, Conrad succeeded Rudolph II as the King of Burgundy.

After Rudolph's death (937), Bertha married Hugh of Italy on December 12, 937. Hugo died in 947, and Bertha was married a third time.

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Berta von Alamannien

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Berta von Alamannien (* um 907; † nach 2. Januar 966), als Gattin von Rudolf II. Königin von Hochburgund und nach der Vereinigung von Hoch- und Niederburgund ab 933 Königin von Burgund, in der Schweiz meistens Bertha von Schwaben genannt. Nach 937 wurde sie durch Heirat auch Königin der Lombardei.

Berta war die Tochter des Herzogs Burchard II. von Schwaben. Nachdem die expansiven Herrscher von Hochburgund ihre Ostgrenze auf Kosten Schwaben-Alamanniens von der Aare an die Reuss verlegten, dann aber im Jahre 919 in der Schlacht bei Winterthur in der Schweiz eine Niederlage erlitten hatten, wurde Berta wohl im Jahr 922 als Versöhnungsgeste mit König Rudolf II. von Hochburgund vermählt. Die gemeinsame Tochter Adelheid wurde in zweiter Ehe die Gattin von Kaiser Otto I..

Rudolf und Berta wurden grosse Kirchenstifter in der Westschweiz. Nach Rudolfs Tod 937 amtierte Berta zeitweise als Vormund von König Konrad von Burgund. Sie heiratete am 12. Dezember 937 König Hugo von Italien Die Ehe blieb unglücklich, nach Hugos Tod 947 verbrachte Berta den Rest ihres Lebens wieder nördlich der Alpen, wobei die Angaben unsicher sind.

Berta hat die Gründung des Marienkloster Payerne, das nach ihrem Tod von ihrer Tochter, Kaiserin Adelheid über der Grablege der Mutter zum Zwecke der Memoria (siehe auch Memorialwesen) errichtet wurde, mit Schenkungen befördert.

Sie ist eine sagen- und legendenumwobene Identifikationsfigur in der französischsprachigen Schweiz (die gute Königin Bertha, La reine Berthe), auch etwa bei der Gründung des Kantons Waadt. Mit der Reformation wurde ihr Bild von der guten Herrscherin zu jenem der vorbildlichen Hausfrau umgedeutet. Ein weiterer Beiname, Berta die Spinnerin, leitet sich daraus ab.

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Bertha of Swabia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bertha of Swabia (c. 907 – after January 2, 966) was Queen consort of Burgundy. She was the daughter of Burchard II, Duke of Swabia and his wife Regelinda.

In 922, she was married to Rudolph II of Burgundy. Adelaide of Italy was their common daughter. Their son, Conrad succeeded Rudolph II as the King of Burgundy.

After Rudolph's death (937), Bertha married Hugh of Italy on December 12, 937. Hugo died in 947, and Bertha was married a third time.

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Bertha of Swabia (c. 907 – after January 2, 966) was Queen consort of Burgundy. She was the daughter of Burchard II, Duke of Swabia and his wife Regelinda.

In 922, she was married to Rudolph II of Burgundy. Adelaide of Italy was their common daughter. Their son, Conrad succeeded Rudolph II as the King of Burgundy.

After Rudolph's death (937), Bertha married Hugh of Italy on December 12, 937. Hugo died in 947, and Bertha was married a third time. -------------------- http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SWABIA.htm#Bertadied961

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bertha_of_Swabia -------------------- Bertha of Swabia (c. 907 – after January 2, 966) was Queen consort of Burgundy. She was the daughter of Burchard II, Duke of Swabia and his wife Regelinda.

In 922, she was married to Rudolph II of Burgundy. Adelaide of Italy was their common daughter. Their son, Conrad succeeded Rudolph II as the King of Burgundy.

After Rudolph's death (937), Bertha married Hugh of Italy on December 12, 937. Hugo died in 947, and Bertha was married a third time. -------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burchard_II,_Duke_of_Swabia

-------------------- Emma of France (894–November 2, 934) was daughter of Robert I of France and Béatrice of Vermandois. In 921 she married Duke Rudolph of Burgundy who was crowned king 13 July 923, at Saint-Médard de Soissons. She was very politically active and an army leader. The marriage produced a son, who died young. She died in 934, after having helped her husband stop the revolts of several vassals. Her family is known as the Robertians.

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Emma de France (1)

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    Emma de France is the daughter of Robert I, Roi de France. (1) She married Rudolf de Bourgogne, Roi de France, son of Richard 'the Justicer' d'Autun, Duc de Bourgogne and Adelaide d'Auxerre. (1)

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http://www.thepeerage.com/p10520.htm#i105191

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Emma of France (894–November 2, 934) daughter of Robert I of France and Béatrice of Vermandois, she married in 921 the duke Rudolph of Burgundy who was crowned king 13 July 923 at Saint-Médard de Soissons. She was very politically active and an army leader. The marriage produced a son, who died at a young age. She died in 934, after having helped her husband stop the revolts of several vassals. Her family is known as the Robertians.

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From the Wikipedia page on Emma of France:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_of_France

Emma of France (894–November 2, 934) was daughter of Robert I of France and Aelis. In 921 she married Duke Rudolph of Burgundy who was crowned king 13 July 923, at Saint-Médard de Soissons. She was very politically active and an army leader. The marriage produced a son, who died young. She died in 934, after having helped her husband stop the revolts of several vassals. Her family is known as the Robertians.

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Emma of France (894–November 2, 934) was daughter of Robert I of France and Béatrice of Vermandois. In 921 she married Duke Rudolph of Burgundy who was crowned king 13 July 923, at Saint-Médard de Soissons. She was very politically active and an army leader. The marriage produced a son, who died young. She died in 934, after having helped her husband stop the revolts of several vassals. Her family is known as the Robertians.

Preceded by

Béatrice of Vermandois Queen of Western Francia

923–934 Succeeded by

Gerberga of Saxony

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Emma of France

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Emma of France (894–November 2, 934) daughter of Robert I of France and Béatrice of Vermandois, she married in 921 the duke Rudolph of Burgundy who was crowned king 13 July 923 at Saint-Médard de Soissons. She was very politically active and an army leader. The marriage produced a son, who died at a young age. She died in 934, after having helped her husband stop the revolts of several vassals. Her family is known as the Robertians.

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Bertha of Swabia's Timeline

907
907
Bourgogne, France
923
923
Age 16
Arles, Bouches-du-Rhone, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
929
929
Age 22
Burgundy,Marne, France
931
931
Age 24
Burgundy, France
937
December 12, 937
Age 30
Italy
937
Age 30
Rhone Valley, Burgundy, France
966
March 28, 966
Age 59
Bourgogne,,,France
966
Age 59
1934
February 17, 1934
Age 59
February 17, 1934
Age 59