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Nicknames: "comte de Dreux", "Robert II", "Robert II de Dreux", "comte de Dreux & de Braine (Geni Tree Match) Too Many Ancestors"
Birthplace: Braine, Aisne, Picardy, France
Death: Died in Dreux, Eure-et-Loire, Beauce/Centre, France
Occupation: Conde de Dreux e Braine, Comte, de Dreux, de Braîne, Sieur, de Brie-Comte-Robert, de la Fère, de Pontarcy, de Quincy, Croisé, Count of Dreux and Braine, Comte de Dreux &de Braine
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About Robert II de Dreux, comte de Dreux & de Braine

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Robert II of Dreux (1154 – 28 December 1218), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the eldest surviving son of Robert I, Count of Dreux, and Agnes de Baudemont, countess of Braine, and a grandson of King Louis VI of France.

He participated in the Third Crusade, at the Siege of Acre and the Battle of Arsuf. He took part in the war in Normandy against the Angevin Kings between 1193 and 1204. Count Robert had seized the castle of Nonancourt from Richard I of England while he was imprisoned in Germany in late-1193. The count also participated in the Albigensian Crusade in 1210. In 1214 he fought alongside King Philip Augustus at the Battle of Bouvines.

His first marriage with Mahaut de Bourgogne (1150–1192) in 1178 ended with separation in 1181 and produced no children. His second marriage to Yolande de Coucy (1164–1222) produced several children, the sons including Robert III (c. 1185–1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, Peter (c. 1190–1250), Duke of Brittany, Henry of Dreux (c. 1193–1240) Archbishop of Reims and John of Dreux (c. 1198–1239), Count of Vienne and Mâcon.

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Robert II of Dreux (1154 – 28 December 1218), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the eldest surviving son of Robert I, Count of Dreux, and Agnes de Baudemont, countess of Braine, and a grandson of King Louis VI of France.[1]

He participated in the Third Crusade, at the Siege of Acre[2] and the Battle of Arsuf. He took part in the war in Normandy against the Angevin Kings between 1193 and 1204. Count Robert had seized the castle of Nonancourt from Richard I of England while he was imprisoned in Germany in late-1193. The count also participated in the Albigensian Crusade in 1210. In 1214 he fought alongside King Philip Augustus at the Battle of Bouvines.

Contents

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   * 1 Marriages and Children
   * 2 Ancestry
   * 3 Notes
   * 4 References

[edit] Marriages and Children

His first marriage with Mahaut of Burgundy (1150–1192) in 1178 ended with separation in 1181 and produced no children. The excuse for the annullment was consangunity. Mahaut and Robert were both great-great grandchildren William I, Count of Burgundy and his wife Etiennete and they were both Capetian descendants of Robert II of France. [3]

His second marriage to Yolande de Coucy (1164–1222) produced several children:[4]

   * Robert III (c. 1185–1234), Count of Dreux and Braine,
   * Peter (c. 1190–1250), Duke of Brittany.
   * Henry of Dreux (c. 1193–1240) Archbishop of Reims and
   * John of Dreux (c. 1198–1239), Count of Vienne and Mâcon.
   * Philippa (1192–1242), who married Henry II of Bar.
   * Alix of Dreux, married Walter IV of Vienne, Lord of Salins, then married Renard II of Choiseul.[5]

[edit] Ancestry



















16. Henry I of France








8. Philip I of France












17. Anne of Kiev








4. Louis VI of France















18. Floris I, Count of Holland








9. Bertha of Holland












19. Gertrude of Saxony








2. Robert I of Dreux


















20. Amadeus II, Count of Savoy








10. Humbert II, Count of Savoy












21. Joan of Geneva








5. Adelaide of Maurienne















22. William I, Count of Burgundy








11. Gisela of Burgundy












23. Etiennete








1. Robert II of Dreux





















12. Andre de Baudément












6. Guy de Baudement















13. Agnes












3. Agnes de Baudemont, Countess of Braine


















7. Alix, Dame de Braine














[edit] Notes

  1. ^ Gislebertus of Mons, Chronicle of Hainaut, Trans. Laura Napran, (Boydell Press, 2005), 110.
  2. ^ Nicholson, Robert Lawrence, Joscelyn III and the fall of the crusader states 1134-1199, (Brill, 1973), 184.
  3. ^ Histoire des ducs de Bourgogne de la race Capétienne, Vol.3, Ed. Ernest Petit, (Imprimerie Darantiere, 1889), 32.
  4. ^ Mémoires de la Société des lettres, sciences et arts de Bar-le-Duc, Vol.2, Ed. Société des lettres, sciences et arts de Bar-le-Duc, (Contant Laguerre Imprimeur Editeur, 1903), 236.
  5. ^ Evergates, Theodore, Aristocratic women in medieval France, (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999), 102.

[edit] References

   * Evergates, Theodore, Aristocratic women in medieval France, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999.
   * Gislebertus of Mons, Chronicle of Hainaut, Trans. Laura Napran, Boydell Press, 2005.
   * Histoire des ducs de Bourgogne de la race Capétienne, Vol.3, Ed. Ernest Petit, Imprimerie Darantiere, 1889.
   * Mémoires de la Société des lettres, sciences et arts de Bar-le-Duc, Vol.2, Ed. Société des lettres, sciences et arts de Bar-le-Duc, Contant Laguerre Imprimeur Editeur, 1903.
   * Nicholson, Robert Lawrence, Joscelyn III and the fall of the crusader states 1134-1199, Brill, 1973.

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Robert II of Dreux (1154 – 28 December 1218), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the eldest surviving son of Robert I, Count of Dreux, and Agnes de Baudemont, countess of Braine, and a grandson of King Louis VI of France.[1]

He participated in the Third Crusade, at the Siege of Acre[2] and the Battle of Arsuf. He took part in the war in Normandy against the Angevin Kings between 1193 and 1204. Count Robert had seized the castle of Nonancourt from Richard I of England while he was imprisoned in Germany in late-1193. The count also participated in the Albigensian Crusade in 1210. In 1214 he fought alongside King Philip Augustus at the Battle of Bouvines.

Contents [hide]

1 Marriages and Children

2 Tomb

3 Ancestry

4 Notes

5 References


[edit] Marriages and Children

His first marriage with Mahaut of Burgundy (1150–1192) in 1178 ended with separation in 1181 and produced no children. The excuse for the annulment was consangunity. Mahaut and Robert were both great-great grandchildren William I, Count of Burgundy and his wife Etiennete and they were both Capetian descendants of Robert II of France.[3]

His second marriage to Yolande de Coucy (1164–1222) produced several children:[4]

Robert III (c. 1185–1234), Count of Dreux and Braine,

Peter (c. 1190–1250), Duke of Brittany.

Henry of Dreux (c. 1193–1240) Archbishop of Reims and

John of Dreux (c. 1198–1239), Count of Vienne and Mâcon.

Philippa (1192–1242), who married Henry II of Bar.

Alix of Dreux, married Walter IV of Vienne, Lord of Salins, then married Renard II of Choiseul.[5]

[edit] Tomb

Count Robert's tomb bore the following inscription, in Medieval Latin hexameters with internal rhyme:

Stirpe satus rēgum, pius et custōdia lēgum,

Brannę Rōbertus comes hīc requiescit opertus,

Et jacet Agnētis situs ad vestīgia mātris.

Of which the translation is: "Born from the race of kings, and a devoted guardian of the laws, Robert, Count of Braine, here rests covered, and lies buried by the remains of his mother Agnes."

It is also dated Anno Gracię M. CC. XVIII. die innocentum, that is, "In the Year of Grace 1218, on the Feast of the Holy Innocents."

[edit] Ancestry

                                 

 16. Henry I of France 
 
         

 8. Philip I of France   
 
               

 17. Anne of Kiev 
 
         

 4. Louis VI of France   
 
                     

 18. Floris I, Count of Holland 
 
         

 9. Bertha of Holland   
 
               

 19. Gertrude of Saxony 
 
         

 2. Robert I of Dreux   
 
                           

 20. Amadeus II, Count of Savoy 
 
         

 10. Humbert II, Count of Savoy   
 
               

 21. Joan of Geneva 
 
         

 5. Adelaide of Maurienne   
 
                     

 22. William I, Count of Burgundy 
 
         

 11. Gisela of Burgundy   
 
               

 23. Etiennete 
 
         

 1. Robert II of Dreux   
 
                                 





 12. Andre de Baudément   
 
               





 6. Guy de Baudement   
 
                     





 13. Agnes   
 
               





 3. Agnes de Baudemont, Countess of Braine   
 
                           













 7. Alix, Dame de Braine   
 
                     













[edit] Notes

1.^ Gislebertus of Mons, Chronicle of Hainaut, Trans. Laura Napran, (Boydell Press, 2005), 110.

2.^ Nicholson, Robert Lawrence, Joscelyn III and the fall of the crusader states 1134-1199, (Brill, 1973), 184.

3.^ Histoire des ducs de Bourgogne de la race Capétienne, Vol.3, Ed. Ernest Petit, (Imprimerie Darantiere, 1889), 32.

4.^ Mémoires de la Société des lettres, sciences et arts de Bar-le-Duc, Vol.2, Ed. Société des lettres, sciences et arts de Bar-le-Duc, (Contant Laguerre Imprimeur Editeur, 1903), 236.

5.^ Evergates, Theodore, Aristocratic women in medieval France, (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999), 102.

[edit] References

Evergates, Theodore, Aristocratic women in medieval France, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999.

Gislebertus of Mons, Chronicle of Hainaut, Trans. Laura Napran, Boydell Press, 2005.

Histoire des ducs de Bourgogne de la race Capétienne, Vol.3, Ed. Ernest Petit, Imprimerie Darantiere, 1889.

Mémoires de la Société des lettres, sciences et arts de Bar-le-Duc, Vol.2, Ed. Société des lettres, sciences et arts de Bar-le-Duc, Contant Laguerre Imprimeur Editeur, 1903.

Nicholson, Robert Lawrence, Joscelyn III and the fall of the crusader states 1134-1199, Brill, 1973.

Preceded by

Robert I Count of Dreux

1184–1218 Succeeded by

Robert III

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Robert II of Dreux (1154 – 28 December 1218), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the eldest surviving son of Robert I, Count of Dreux, and Agnes de Baudemont, countess of Braine, and a grandson of King Louis VI of France.

He participated in the Third Crusade, at the Siege of Acre and the Battle of Arsuf. He took part in the war in Normandy against the Angevin Kings between 1193 and 1204. Count Robert had seized the castle of Nonancourt from Richard I of England while he was imprisoned in Germany in late-1193. The count also participated in the Albigensian Crusade in 1210. In 1214 he fought alongside King Philip Augustus at the Battle of Bouvines.

His first marriage with Mahaut de Bourgogne (1150–1192) in 1178 ended with separation in 1181 and produced no children. His second marriage to Yolande de Coucy (1164–1222) produced several children, the sons including Robert III (c. 1185–1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, Peter (c. 1190–1250), Duke of Brittany, Henry of Dreux (c. 1193–1240) Archbishop of Reims and John of Dreux (c. 1198–1239), Count of Vienne and Mâcon. There was also a daughter, Philippa (1192–1242), who married Henry II of Bar.

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Robert II of Dreux (1154 – 28 December 1218), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the eldest surviving son of Robert I, Count of Dreux, and Agnes de Baudemont, countess of Braine, and a grandson of King Louis VI of France.

He participated in the Third Crusade, at the Siege of Acre and the Battle of Arsuf. He took part in the war in Normandy against the Angevin Kings between 1193 and 1204. Count Robert had seized the castle of Nonancourt from Richard I of England while he was imprisoned in Germany in late-1193. The count also participated in the Albigensian Crusade in 1210. In 1214 he fought alongside King Philip Augustus at the Battle of Bouvines.

His first marriage with Mahaut de Bourgogne (1150–1192) in 1178 ended with separation in 1181 and produced no children. His second marriage to Yolande de Coucy (1164–1222) produced several children, the sons including Robert III (c. 1185–1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, Peter (c. 1190–1250), Duke of Brittany, Henry of Dreux (c. 1193–1240) Archbishop of Reims and John of Dreux (c. 1198–1239), Count of Vienne and Mâcon.

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Robert II of Dreux (1154 – 28 December 1218), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the eldest surviving son of Robert I, Count of Dreux, and Agnes de Baudemont, countess of Braine, and a grandson of King Louis VI of France.

He participated in the Third Crusade, at the Siege of Acre and the Battle of Arsuf. He took part in the war in Normandy against the Angevin Kings between 1193 and 1204. Count Robert had seized the castle of Nonancourt from Richard I of England while he was imprisoned in Germany in late-1193. The count also participated in the Albigensian Crusade in 1210. In 1214 he fought alongside King Philip Augustus at the Battle of Bouvines.

His first marriage with Mahaut de Bourgogne (1150–1192) in 1178 ended with separation in 1181 and produced no children. His second marriage to Yolande de Coucy (1164–1222) produced several children, the sons including Robert III (c. 1185–1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, Peter (c. 1190–1250), Duke of Brittany, Henry of Dreux (c. 1193–1240) Archbishop of Reims and John of Dreux (c. 1198–1239), Count of Vienne and Mâcon. -------------------- Robert II of Dreux

Born 1154


Died December 28, 1218

Robert II of Dreux (1154 – 28 December 1218), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the eldest surviving son of Robert I, Count of Dreux, and Agnes de Baudemont, countess of Braine, and a grandson of King Louis VI of France.

He participated in the Third Crusade, at the Siege of Acre and the Battle of Arsuf. He took part in the war in Normandy against the Angevin Kings between 1193 and 1204. Count Robert had seized the castle of Nonancourt from Richard I of England while he was imprisoned in Germany in late-1193. The count also participated in the Albigensian Crusade in 1210. In 1214 he fought alongside King Philip Augustus at the Battle of Bouvines.

His first marriage with Mahaut de Bourgogne (1150–1192) in 1178 ended with separation in 1181 and produced no children. His second marriage to Yolande de Coucy (1164–1222) produced several children, the sons including Robert III (c. 1185–1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, Peter (c. 1190–1250), Duke of Brittany, Henry of Dreux (c. 1193–1240) Archbishop of Reims and John of Dreux (c. 1198–1239), Count of Vienne and Mâcon.

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1154
1154
Braine, Aisne, Picardy, France
1178
1178
Age 24
1184
1184
Age 30
Dreux,Eure-et-loire,France
1185
1185
Age 31
Dreux, Eure-Et-Loire, France
1186
1186
Age 32
Braine, Aisne, Picardy, France
1186
Age 32
Dreux (Eure Et Loire) France
1188
1188
Age 34
France
1189
1189
Age 35
Dreux, Eure-et-Loir, Centre, France
1192
1192
Age 38
Eure, Loire, Rhone-Alpes, France
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Age 39
Of, France