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Nicknames: "Irene Angelica", "Prob. Herina Palaiologina", "Irene Eirne", "In Germany", "she was renamed Maria.", "Irini Maria Angelina", "she was renamed Maria (Geni Tree Match) Dame", "de Constantinople", "Queen of Sicily", "Princesa de Byzancio (Geni Tree Match) Too Many Ancestors"
Birthplace: Constantinople, Turkey
Death: Died in Hohenstaufen, Goppingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
Occupation: Dame, de Constantinople, Queen of Sicily, Princesa de Byzancio
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Irene Angelina

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Irene Angelina (1181 – 1208) was the daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Isaac II Angelos by his first wife Herina Tornikaina. Her paternal grandparents were Andronikos Dukas Angelos and Euphrosyne Kastamonitissa.

In 1193 she married Roger III of Sicily, but he died on 24 December 1193. Irene was captured in the German invasion of Sicily on 29 December 1194 and was married on 25 May 1197 to Philip of Swabia. In Germany, she was renamed Maria.

Her father, who had been deposed in 1195, urged her to get Philip's support for his reinstatement; her brother, Alexius, subsequently spent some time at Philip's court during the preparations for the Fourth Crusade. She thus had an early influence on the eventual diversion of the Crusade to Constantinople in 1204.

She was described by Walther von der Vogelweide as "the rose without a thorn, the dove without guile".

Philip and Irene had four daughters:

  1. Beatrice of Hohenstaufen (1198-1212), married Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor, died without issue.
  2. Cunigunde of Hohenstaufen (1200-1248), married King Wenceslaus I, King of Bohemia, by whom she had issue.
  3. Marie of Hohenstaufen (3 April 1201- 29 March 1235), married Henry II, Duke of Brabant, by whom she had issue.
  4. Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (1203-1235), married King Ferdinand III of Castile, by whom she had issue.

and two sons (called Reinald and Frederick) who died in infancy.

After the murder of her husband (21 April 1208), Irene - who was pregnant by that time - retired to the Burg Hohenstaufen. There, four months later (27 August 1208), she gave birth to a daughter (called Beatrice Postuma); but both mother and child died shortly afterwards. She was buried in the family mausoleum in the Staufen proprietary monastery of Lorch Abbey, along with her daughter and sons. Her grave, now destroyed, cannot be reconstructed today.

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Irene Angelina

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Irene Angelina (1181 - 1208) was the daughter of the Byzantine emperor Isaac II Angelos by his first wife Herina.

In 1193 she married Roger III of Sicily, but he died on 24 December 1193. Irene was captured in the German invasion of Sicily on 29 December 1194 and was married on 25 May 1197 to Philip of Swabia. In Germany, she was renamed Maria.

Her father, who had been deposed in 1195, urged her to get Philip's support for his reinstatement; her brother, Alexius, subsequently spent some time at Philip's court during the preparations for the Fourth Crusade. She thus had an early influence on the eventual diversion of the Crusade to Constantinople in 1204.

She was described by Walther von der Vogelweide as "the rose without a thorn, the dove without guile."

Philip and Irene had four daughters:

Beatrice of Hohenstaufen (1198-1212), married Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor

Cunigunde of Hohenstaufen (1200-1248), married King Wenceslaus I, King of Bohemia

Maria of Hohenstaufen (1201-1235), married Henry II, Duke of Brabant

Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (1203-1235), married King Ferdinand III of Castile

and two other children, both sons -Reinald and an unnamed son, possibly called Frederick- who died in infancy.

After the murder of her husband (21 April 1208), Irene -who was pregnant by that time- retired to the Burg Hohenstaufen. There, four months later (27 August 1208), she gave birth to a daughter (called Beatrice Postuma); but both mother and child died shortly afterwards. She was buried in the Staufen Mausoleum in the Monastery of Lorch, along with her daughter and sons. Her grave, now destroyed, cannot be reconstructed today.

Sources

O city of Byzantium: annals of Niketas Choniates tr. Harry J. Magoulias (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1984).

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

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Irene Angelina (1181 – 1208) was the daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Isaac II Angelos by his first wife Herina.

In 1193 she married Roger III of Sicily, but he died on 24 December 1193. Irene was captured in the German invasion of Sicily on 29 December 1194 and was married on 25 May 1197 to Philip of Swabia. In Germany, she was renamed Maria.

Her father, who had been deposed in 1195, urged her to get Philip's support for his reinstatement; her brother, Alexius, subsequently spent some time at Philip's court during the preparations for the Fourth Crusade. She thus had an early influence on the eventual diversion of the Crusade to Constantinople in 1204.

She was described by Walther von der Vogelweide as "the rose without a thorn, the dove without guile".

Philip and Irene had four daughters:

Beatrice of Hohenstaufen (1198-1212), married Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor

Cunigunde of Hohenstaufen (1200-1248), married King Wenceslaus I, King of Bohemia

Marie of Hohenstaufen (1201-1235), married Henry II, Duke of Brabant

Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (1203-1235), married King Ferdinand III of Castile

and two sons (called Reinald and Frederick) who died in infancy.

After the murder of her husband (21 April 1208), Irene - who was pregnant by that time - retired to the Burg Hohenstaufen. There, four months later (27 August 1208), she gave birth to a daughter (called Beatrice Postuma); but both mother and child died shortly afterwards. She was buried in the family mausoleum in the Staufen proprietary monastery of Lorch Abbey, along with her daughter and sons. Her grave, now destroyed, cannot be reconstructed today.

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Irene Angelina

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Irene Angelina (1181 - 1208) was the daughter of the Byzantine emperor Isaac II Angelos by his first wife Herina.

In 1193 she married Roger III of Sicily, but he died on 24 December 1193. Irene was captured in the German invasion of Sicily on 29 December 1194 and was married on 25 May 1197 to Philip of Swabia. In Germany, she was renamed Maria.

Her father, who had been deposed in 1195, urged her to get Philip's support for his reinstatement; her brother, Alexius, subsequently spent some time at Philip's court during the preparations for the Fourth Crusade. She thus had an early influence on the eventual diversion of the Crusade to Constantinople in 1204.

She was described by Walther von der Vogelweide as "the rose without a thorn, the dove without guile."

Philip and Irene had four daughters:

Beatrice of Hohenstaufen (1198-1212), married Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor

Cunigunde of Hohenstaufen (1200-1248), married King Wenceslaus I, King of Bohemia

Marie of Hohenstaufen (1201-1235), married Henry II, Duke of Brabant

Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (1203-1235), married King Ferdinand III of Castile

and two other children, both sons -Reinald and an unnamed son, possibly called Frederick- who died in infancy.

After the murder of her husband (21 April 1208), Irene -who was pregnant by that time- retired to the Burg Hohenstaufen. There, four months later (27 August 1208), she gave birth to a daughter (called Beatrice Postuma); but both mother and child died shortly afterwards. She was buried in the Staufen Mausoleum in the Monastery of Lorch, along with her daughter and sons. Her grave, now destroyed, cannot be reconstructed today.

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Hija del emperador bizantino Isaac II Angelos y de su primera esposa Irene Comnene.

En 1193 se casó en primeras nupcias con con Rogelio III de Sicilia. El 25 de mayo 1197 se casó en segundas nupcias con Felipe de Suabia . En Alemania, fue renombrada como María.

Su padre, que había sido depuesto en 1195, la instó a obtener el apoyo de Felipe para su restablecimiento, su hermano, Alejo, posteriormente, pasó algún tiempo en la corte de Felipe durante los preparativos de la Cuarta Cruzada. Ella por lo tanto había hecho una influencia temprana sobre la desviación final de la Cruzada a Constantinopla en 1204.

Felipe e Irene tuvieron cuatro hijas:

   * Beatriz De Hohenstaufen (1198-1212), se casó con Otón IV, emperador del Sacro Imperio Romano, murió sin descendencia.
   * Cunigunde De Hohenstaufen (1200-1248), casada con el rey Wenceslao I, Rey de Bohemia, con quien tuvo cinco hijos.
   * María De Hohenstaufen (3 abril 1201 hasta 29 marzo 1235), casada con Enrique II, duque de Brabante, con quien tuvo cinco hijos.
   * Beatriz Isabel De Suabia y Constantinopla (1203-1235), casó con el rey Fernando III de Castilla, con quien tuvo descendencia.

y sus dos hijos (llamados Reinaldo y Federico), que murieron en la infancia.

Tras el asesinato de Felipe, el 21 de junio 1208, Irene que estaba embarazada en ese momento, se retiró a la Hohenstaufen Burg. Allí, dos meses después, el 27 de agosto, dio a luz a una hija (llamada Beatriz Póstuma), pero la madre y la niña murieron poco tiempo después.

Fue enterrada en el mausoleo de la familia en el monasterio de Staufen Lorch Abadía, junto con su hija y sus hijos.

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Irene von Byzanz

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Irene von Byzanz

Irene von Byzanz (* 1177 oder 1180/81 in Byzanz; † 27. August 1208 auf Burg Hohenstaufen; auch Eirene, Irene Angelina und Irene Maria genannt) war die Frau des Königs Philipp von Schwaben.

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Sie wurde 1177/81 im byzantinischen Konstantinopel als Tochter des Kaisers Isaak II. Angelos geboren. In erster Ehe heiratete sie 1193 den normannischen König Roger III. von Sizilien. Nachdem dieser bereits 1194 verstorben war heiratete sie 1197 den Sohn Friedrich Barbarossas und späteren König Philipp. Bei ihrer Vermählung nahm sie den Namen Maria an[1]. Am 8. September 1198 empfing sie gemeinsam mit Philipp in Mainz die Königskrone.

Mit ihm hatte sie vier Töchter (Maria, Beatrix, Kunigunde, Elisabeth) und möglicherweise ein oder zwei weitere Kinder. Nach der Ermordung ihres Gatten in Bamberg im Juni 1208 zog sie sich hochschwanger und krank auf die Burg Hohenstaufen zurück, wo sie im August 1208 eine Fehlgeburt erlitt und starb. Sie wurde im staufischen Hauskloster Lorch begraben. Ihr Grab lässt sich heute nicht mehr sicher rekonstruieren.

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Wegen ihres tragischen Schicksals galt Irene im Volksglauben als besonders verehrungswürdige Frau. Walther von der Vogelweide pries sie in einem zeitgenössischen Gedicht als „Rose ohne Dorn, die Taube sonder Gallen“.[2] Ein im 19. Jahrhundert bei Abrissarbeiten in Lorch gefundener Ring (Gold mit Emailleeinlegearbeiten; im Zweiten Weltkrieg verloren gegangen) wurde ihr zugeschrieben (Irenenring). Auf ihm sind die Marterwerkzeuge Christi dargestellt sowie die Gottesmutter, die Christus auf dem Arm hält.

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   * Irene Angelina in genealogie-mittelalter.de

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  1. ↑ Peter Csendes: Philipp von Schwaben. Ein Staufer im Kampf um die Macht, Primus-Verlag 2003, Seite 145,156,159,165
  2. ↑ siehe Weblink: Irene Angelina in genealogie-mittelalter.de

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In 1193, Irene Angelina married Roger III of Sicily, but he died on 24 December 1193. Irene was captured in the German invasion of Sicily on 29 December 1194 and was married on 25 May 1197 to Philip of Swabia. In Germany, she was renamed Maria.

She was described by Walther von der Vogelweide as "the rose without a thorn, the dove without guile"

Her father, who had been deposed in 1195, urged her to get Philip's support for his reinstatement; her brother, Alexius, subsequently spent some time at Philip's court during the preparations for the Fourth Crusade. She thus had an early influence on the eventual diversion of the Crusade to Constantinople in 1204.

She bore four daughters with Philip, including our ancestor Marie of Hohenstaufen.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irene_Angelina for more information.

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Irene Angelina (1181 – 1208) was the daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Isaac II Angelos by his first wife Herina.

In 1193 she married Roger III of Sicily, but he died on 24 December 1193. Irene was captured in the German invasion of Sicily on 29 December 1194 and was married on 25 May 1197 to Philip of Swabia. In Germany, she was renamed Maria.

Her father, who had been deposed in 1195, urged her to get Philip's support for his reinstatement; her brother, Alexius, subsequently spent some time at Philip's court during the preparations for the Fourth Crusade. She thus had an early influence on the eventual diversion of the Crusade to Constantinople in 1204.

She was described by Walther von der Vogelweide as "the rose without a thorn, the dove without guile".

Philip and Irene had four daughters:

Beatrice of Hohenstaufen (1198-1212), married Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor

Cunigunde of Hohenstaufen (1200-1248), married King Wenceslaus I, King of Bohemia

Marie of Hohenstaufen (1201-1235), married Henry II, Duke of Brabant

Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (1203-1235), married King Ferdinand III of Castile

and two sons (called Reinald and Frederick) who died in infancy.

After the murder of her husband (21 April 1208), Irene - who was pregnant by that time - retired to the Burg Hohenstaufen. There, four months later (27 August 1208), she gave birth to a daughter (called Beatrice Postuma); but both mother and child died shortly afterwards. She was buried in the family mausoleum in the Staufen proprietary monastery of Lorch Abbey, along with her daughter and sons. Her grave, now destroyed, cannot be reconstructed today. -------------------- Irene Angelina (1181 – 1208) was the daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Isaac II Angelos by his first wife Herina.

In 1193 she married Roger III of Sicily, but he died on 24 December 1193. Irene was captured in the German invasion of Sicily on 29 December 1194 and was married on 25 May 1197 to Philip of Swabia. In Germany, she was renamed Maria.

Her father, who had been deposed in 1195, urged her to get Philip's support for his reinstatement; her brother, Alexius, subsequently spent some time at Philip's court during the preparations for the Fourth Crusade. She thus had an early influence on the eventual diversion of the Crusade to Constantinople in 1204.

She was described by Walther von der Vogelweide as "the rose without a thorn, the dove without guile."

Philip and Irene had four daughters:

Beatrice of Hohenstaufen (1198-1212), married Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor

Cunigunde of Hohenstaufen (1200-1248), married King Wenceslaus I, King of Bohemia

Marie of Hohenstaufen (1201-1235), married Henry II, Duke of Brabant

Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (1203-1235), married King Ferdinand III of Castile

and two other children, both sons (called Reinald and Frederick) who died in infancy.

After the murder of her husband (21 April 1208), Irene -who was pregnant by that time- retired to the Burg Hohenstaufen. There, four months later (27 August 1208), she gave birth to a daughter (called Beatrice Postuma); but both mother and child died shortly afterwards. She was buried in the Staufen Mausoleum in the Monastery of Lorch, along with her daughter and sons. Her grave, now destroyed, cannot be reconstructed today.

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Irini Maria Angelina's Timeline

1180
1180
Turkey
1192
August 1192
Age 12
Basilica, Palermo Sicilia, , Italy
1194
1194
Age 14
Palermo, Palermo, Sicilia, Italy
1196
1196
Age 16
Schwaben, Kelheim, Bayern, Germany
1197
May 25, 1197
Age 17
May 25, 1197
Age 17
married, Phillip, II, Swabia
May 25, 1197
Age 17
married, Phillip, II, Swabia
May 25, 1197
Age 17
married, Phillip, II, Swabia
1198
1198
Age 18
Schwaben, Bayern Lande, Germany
1200
1200
Age 20
Swabia, Germany