Oddon de Maurienne, conte di Savoia (c.1000 - c.1060) MP

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Nicknames: "Oddone de Maurienne Count of Savoy", "Marquis Oddone of /Savoy-Chablais/", "Otto", "Count of Maurienne", "Eudes (Odon II) Count de Savoie", "Oddone di Savoia Marchese di Susa", "Comte de Savoy-Chablais"
Birthplace: Maurienne, Savoie, France
Death: Died in Savoie, Champagne, France
Occupation: Margrave de Suze 1046, , 3° comte de Savoie, Maurienne, Aoste 1030, margrave, Marquis, d'Italie, 1045, Comte, de Savoie, de Suze, de Chablais, Count of Savoy, Conte di Savoia, Conde de Saboya, Margrave de Turín
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About Oddon de Maurienne, conte di Savoia

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_(Savoyen)

Otto von Savoyen (* um 1030; † 1060) war der jüngste Sohn von Humbert I..

1046 heiratete er Adelheid von Susa, eine Tochter Ulrich-Manfreds Markgraf von Turin aus der Familie der Arduine. Dies brachte ihm zahlreiche Territorien im Piemont und den Zugang zum Mittelmeer ein. Nach seinem Tode 1060 übernahm seine Frau Adelheid die Regentschaft. Im Investiturstreit war Adelheid eifrige Verfechterin der Ghibellinen. Nach ihrem Tode 1091 verlor Savoyen die Gebiete östlich der Alpen mit Ausnahme von Susa.

Ihre Kinder:

   * Peter I. wird sein Nachfolger. Seine Mutter Adelheid überlebte ihn und übte einen starken Einfluss auf ihn aus.
   * Amadeus II. ? Johanna von Genf, nach dem Tode seines Bruders Peter I. 1078 führt diese Linie des Hauses Savoyen weiter.
   * Bertha ?1066 Kaiser Heinrich IV.
   * Adelheid ? 1066 Rudolf von Schwaben. (Gegenkaiser von Heinrich IV.)
   * Otto, wurde Bischof von Asti.

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Otto (or Othon in French, Oddone in Italian), (1010 or 1020 – c. 1057) was Count of Savoy from 1051 (or 1056) until his death. He was son of Humbert I, the first Count of Savoy, and his wife Ancilla, and ascended the throne after the death of his elder brother, Amadeus I of Savoy.

Otto substantially enlarged his lands through his marriage with Adelaide of Susa, countess of Turin and Lady of the Italian Mark, a title she had inherited from her father Olderico Manfredi. After this acquisition the House of Savoy concentrated their expansion efforts towards Italy instead of outside the Alps as they had done before. Savoy's lands occupied much of modern Savoy and Piedmont, although several other small states could be found between them.

[edit] Family

In 1046 he married Adelaide, heiress of Turin and Susa. They had five children.

  1. Peter I, Count of Savoy
  2. Amadeus II, Count of Savoy
  3. Otto, Bishop of Asti
  4. Bertha of Savoy, Countess of Moriana (d. 1087) married Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor.
  5. Adelaide, (d. 1080) married Rudolf of Swabia (Rodolphe de Rheinfelden)

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Otto (or Othon in French, Oddone in Italian), (1010 or 1020 – c. 1057) was Count of Savoy from 1051 (or 1056) until his death. He was son of Humbert I, the first Count of Savoy, and his wife Ancilla, and ascended the throne after the death of his elder brother, Amadeus I of Savoy.

Otto substantially enlarged his lands through his marriage with Adelaide of Susa, countess of Turin and Lady of the Italian Mark, a title she had inherited from her father Olderico Manfredi. After this acquisition the House of Savoy concentrated their expansion efforts towards Italy instead of outside the Alps as they had done before. Savoy's lands occupied much of modern Savoy and Piedmont, although several other small states could be found between them.

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

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Otto (or Othon in French, Oddone in Italian), (1010 or 1020 – c. 1057) was Count of Savoy from 1051 (or 1056) until his death. He was son of Humbert I, the first Count of Savoy, and his wife Ancilla, and ascended the throne after the death of his elder brother, Amadeus I of Savoy.

Otto substantially enlarged his lands through his marriage with Adelaide of Susa, countess of Turin and Lady of the Italian Mark, a title she had inherited from her father Olderico Manfredi. After this acquisition the House of Savoy concentrated their expansion efforts towards Italy instead of outside the Alps as they had done before. Savoy's lands occupied much of modern Savoy and Piedmont, although several other small states could be found between them.

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Count of Savoy

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

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The family of Odo de SAVOIE and Adelheid MARKGRAFIN

[133758] SAVOIE (de), Odo (Humbert Ier & Auxilia de LENZBURG [133759]), comte de Chablais

  • married about 1046

MARKGRAFIN, Adelheid (Udalrich Manfred & Berta degli OBERTENGHI [134961])

1) Amédée II, comte de Savoie, married about 1065 Jeanne de GENÈVE

Bibliographie : Europaische Stammtafeln

http://www.francogene.com/quebec--genealogy/133/133758.php

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Otto (or Othon in French, Oddone in Italian), (1010 or 1020 – c. 1057) was Count of Savoy from 1051 (or 1056) until his death. He was son of Humbert I, the first Count of Savoy, and his wife Ancilla, and ascended the throne after the death of his elder brother, Amadeus I of Savoy.

Otto substantially enlarged his lands through his marriage with Adelaide of Susa, countess of Turin and Lady of the Italian Mark, a title she had inherited from her father Olderico Manfredi. After this acquisition the House of Savoy concentrated their expansion efforts towards Italy instead of outside the Alps as they had done before. Savoy's lands occupied much of modern Savoy and Piedmont, although several other small states could be found between them.

[edit] Family

In 1046 he married Adelaide, heiress of Turin and Susa. They had five children.

  1. Peter I, Count of Savoy
  2. Amadeus II, Count of Savoy
  3. Otto, Bishop of Asti
  4. Bertha of Savoy, Countess of Moriana (d. 1087) married Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor.
  5. Adelaide, (d. 1080) married Rudolf of Swabia (Rodolphe de Rheinfelden)

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Preceded by

Amadeus I Count of Savoy

1051 (or 1056)- c. 1057 Succeeded by

Peter I

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Otto of Savoy Count of Maurienne

Marquis of Susa, Count of Chablais, Oddone, Eudes

Comte de Savoie, Margrave de Turin et de Suse

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Otto, Count of Savoy

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Otto or Oddone in Italian, (1010 or 1020 – c. 1057) was Count of Savoy from 1051 (or 1056) until his death. He ascended the throne after the death of his elder brother, Amedeo.

Otto substantially enlarged his lands through his marriage with Adelaide of Susa, countess of Turin and Lady of the Italian Mark, a title she had inherited from her father Olderico Manfredi. After this acquisition the House of Savoy concentrated his expansion efforts towards Italy instead of outside the Alps as they had done before. Savoy's lands occupied much of modern Savoy and Piedmont, although several other small states could be find between them.

[edit]Family

In 1046 he married Adelaide, heiress of Turin and Susa. They had five children.

Peter

Amadeo

Otto, Bishop of Asti

Bertha of Savoy, Countess of Moriana (d. 1087) married Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor.

Adelaide, (d. 1080) married Rudolf of Swabia (Rodolfo di Svevia in Italian)

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Otto or Oddone in Italian, (1010 or 1020–c. 1057) was Count of Savoy from 1051 (or 1056) until his death. He ascended the throne after the death of his elder brother, Amedeo.

He married Adelaide, heiress of Turin and Susa, and had five children.

Peter

Amadeo

Otto, Bishop of Asti

Bertha of Savoy, Countess of Moriana (d. 1087) married Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor.

Adelaide, (d. 1080) married Rudolf of Swabia (Rodolfo di Svevia in Italian)

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Otto or Oddone in Italian, (1010 or 1020–c. 1057) was Count of Savoy from 1051 (or 1056) until his death. He ascended the throne after the death of his elder brother, Amedeo.

He married Adelaide, heiress of Turin and Susa, and had five children.

Peter

Amadeo

Otto, Bishop of Asti

Bertha of Savoy, Countess of Moriana (d. 1087) married Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor.

Adelaide, (d. 1080) married Rudolf of Swabia (Rodolfo di Svevia in Italian)

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Oddon de Maurienne, comte de Savoie's Timeline

1000
1000
Maurienne, Savoie, France
1030
1030
Age 30
Savoy, France
1032
1032
Age 32
Maurienne, Savoie, Rhone-Alpes, France
1046
1046
Age 46
Geneva,Geneva,,Switzerland
1048
1048
Age 48
Savoy, France
1048
Age 48
Count of, Savoy, Maurienne, France
1048
Age 48
Count of, Savoy, Maurienne, France
1048
Age 48
Count of, Savoy, Maurienne, France
1049
1049
Age 49
1051
September 21, 1051
Age 51
Maurienne, Savoie, France