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Thiburge de Nice (d'Orange), Comtesse d'Orange

Also Known As: "Tibors d'Aurenga"
Birthplace: France
Death: Died in France
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Raimbaud II, comte d'Orange and Aircelène de Francon
Wife of Géraud, seigneur de Monteil-Adhémar (Montélimar) and Guilhem 'Minor' d'Aumelas, Seigneur d'Aumelas, de Montarnaud, de Popian & de Saint-Pons de
Mother of Guillaume, prince d'Orange; Pierre de Monteil; Gérard de Monteil; Etienne de Monteil; Raimbaut d'Orange, seigneur d'Orange et de Courthézon and 2 others

Occupation: Comtesse d'Orange
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About Thiburge I, comtesse d'Orange

Contributeurs à Wikipedia, 'Tiburge d'Orange', Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre, 13 février 2011, 23:08 UTC, <> [Page consultée le 16 février 2011]

Thiburge or Tiburge Orange , Countess of Orange was born before her father left on a Crusade in 1196 and tested in 1150 2 .

Rambaud II of Orange died in the Holy Land and left sole heiress, Thiburge, his daughter, Countess of Orange already in 1115 , who becomes permanently in 1126 . Thiburge was wife to 1103 Geraud Adhemar de Montelimar 3 and Guilhem Aumelas . This nobleman Aumelas is the second son of Guilhem V of Montpellier . He fought in the Balearic Islands and then made a trip to the Holy Land with William VI of Montpellier , his brother, and was back in 1129 . It is probably that year, or 1130 , he married Thiburge 4 . Guilhem Aumelas became the first William of Orange. He is buried at the Abbey Gellone as Gellone William , Count of Orange, stem from the family of his wife, according to some historians. This princess contributes greatly to the expansion and beautification of the city of Orange . She actually rebuild the walls. Thiburge also build three large suburbs, one in the district of Saint-Florent, another at the Tour de l'Arc de Triomphe, and the third around the church of St. Peter. But these three suburbs are almost entirely destroyed in the war that Count William III Roger de Beaufort , or rather Raymond de Turenne , his son will, in the year 1390, in Provence. Thiburge ended his days in 1150. William, her husband followed her to the tomb, in the year 1156, leaving two of her son, and William of Orange Raimbaut and two daughters, Thiburge II of Orange (in) and Tiburgette. The first wife, Gaufredi Mornas and Bertrand des Baux , and the second is married Ademar Murviel 5 .
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