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Count of Limburg Hendrick 1 Hertog van Von Limburg (d'Arlon), comte d'Arlon, graaf van Limburg

French: Hendrick 1 Hertog van De Limbourg Arlon, comte d'Arlon, graaf van Limburg, Portuguese: Heinrich I. von Limburg, comte d'Arlon, graaf van Limburg
Also Known As: "(link: Herzog von Niederlothringen", "Pfalzgraf von Lothringen", "Graf von Limburg)", "Duke of Lower Lorraine and Markgraaf of Antwerp"
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Birthplace: Limburg, Graafschap Limburg (within present Walloon Region and Dutch Limburg), Herzogtum Niederlothringen (within present Belgium), Heiliges Römisches Reich
Death: 1119 (60)
Lorraine
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Son of Walram II, comte d'Arlon, graaf van Limburg and Jutta of Lower Lorraine
Husband of Adelaide of Pottenstein
Father of Duke Of Limburg; Waleran II, duke of Lower Lorraine; Heinrich von Luttich; Agnès de Limburg, countess; Mathilde van Limburg and 1 other
Brother of Count van Merum Koenraad van Merum von Merchheim; ? von Limburg; Appolonia van Limburg and Konrad I von Merheim

Occupation: Conde de Limburg e Arlon e Duque da Baixa Lorena, Conde de Limburg(1069-1119), paltsgraaf(pastor?) de Rijn, Duque de Neder-Lotharingen(1101-1106), Comte, de Limbourg, d'Arlon, Duc, de Basse-Lorraine, Greve
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About Henri d'Arlon, duc de Basse-Lorraine

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Henry I (c. 1059 – c. 1119) was the count of Limburg and Arlon from 1082 to his death and duke of Lower Lorraine between 1101 to 1106. He was the son of Waleran I of Limburg and Jutta, daughter of Frederick, Duke of Lower Lorraine.

He opposed Egilbert, Archbishop of Trier, and took back some property which the former Countess Adela had given to the church. Egilbert summoned him to return them, but he refused and was excommunicated. Egilbert took up arms and seriously defeated him.

As advocate of the abbey of Sint-Truiden, a title he had inherited from his father, he intervened in the internal affairs of the abbey. The abbot Herman, named by Poppo, Bishop of Metz, and supported by Godfrey of Bouillon and Henry, fell out with the Emperor Henry IV and the abbey was transferred to the authority of Arnold, Count of Loon. Arnold forced Henry and Godfrey to withdraw from the monastery.

After many local nobles left on the First Crusade, among them Godfrey, Henry's power in the region of Belgia was greatly increased and he abused it, especially against the monasteries. The emperor intervened and took Limburg in July 1101. Henry was now forced to make submission and he was granted the duchy of Lower Lorraine, which Godfrey had abandoned on Crusade.

As duke, he fell into competition with Godfrey I of Louvain. He demonstrated little in the way of loyalty the emperor either. He joined Henry V against his father the emperor, but then turned back to the emperor's side. This was unfortunate for the duke, for the emperor died in 1106 and the partisans of Henry V attacked those of his father. The fields of Belgia were devastated, Limburg was taken, and Henry was imprisoned in Hildesheim. The duchy was transferred to Godfrey of Louvain.

Henry later escaped and tried to retake Limburg and Lower Lorrain. He failed and made peace with the new emperor and duke. He continued nevertheless to employ the ducal title as "Duke of Limburg," the first of a long line. He also readily joined revolts against Henry V, fighting at the side of Lothair, Duke of Saxony, at the victories of Andernach in 1114 and Welphesholt on 11 February 1115. He was succeeded by his son Waleran.

He married Adelaide (1061 – 1106), daughter of Boso of Podenstein (also Botenstein or Pottenstein) and Judith of Schweinfurt, daughter of Otto III, Duke of Swabia. They had the aforementioned Waleran and three daughters. One daughter, Adelaide, married Conrad I, Duke of Merania. Henry may also have been the father of Simon, Constable of Jerusalem after the First Crusade.


Henry I (c. 1059 – c. 1119) was the count of Limburg and Arlon from 1082 to his death and duke of Lower Lorraine between 1101 to 1106. He was the son of Waleran I of Limburg and Jutta, daughter of Frederick, Duke of Lower Lorraine.

He opposed Egilbert, Archbishop of Trier, and took back some property which the former Countess Adela had given to the church. Egilbert summoned him to return them, but he refused and was excommunicated. Egilbert took up arms and seriously defeated him.

As advocate of the abbey of Sint-Truiden, a title he had inherited from his father, he intervened in the internal affairs of the abbey. The abbot Herman, named by Poppo, Bishop of Metz, and supported by Godfrey of Bouillon and Henry, fell out with the Emperor Henry IV and the abbey was transferred to the authority of Arnold, Count of Loon. Arnold forced Henry and Godfrey to withdraw from the monastery.

After many local nobles left on the First Crusade, among them Godfrey, Henry's power in the region of Belgia was greatly increased and he abused it, especially against the monasteries. The emperor intervened and took Limburg in July 1101. Henry was now forced to make submission and he was granted the duchy of Lower Lorraine, which Godfrey had abandoned on Crusade.

As duke, he fell into competition with Godfrey I of Louvain. He demonstrated little in the way of loyalty the emperor either. He joined Henry V against his father the emperor, but then turned back to the emperor's side. This was unfortunate for the duke, for the emperor died in 1106 and the partisans of Henry V attacked those of his father. The fields of Belgia were devastated, Limburg was taken, and Henry was imprisoned in Hildesheim. The duchy was transferred to Godfrey of Louvain.

Henry later escaped and tried to retake Limburg and Lower Lorrain. He failed and made peace with the new emperor and duke. He continued nevertheless to employ the ducal title as "Duke of Limburg," the first of a long line. He also readily joined revolts against Henry V, fighting at the side of Lothair, Duke of Saxony, at the victories of Andernach in 1114 and Welphesholt on 11 February 1115. He was succeeded by his son Waleran.

He married Adelaide (1061 – 1106), daughter of Boso of Podenstein (also Botenstein or Pottenstein) and Judith of Schweinfurt, daughter of Otto III, Duke of Swabia. They had the aforementioned Waleran and three daughters. One daughter, Adelaide, married Conrad I, Duke of Merania. Henry may also have been the father of Simon, Constable of Jerusalem after the First Crusade.


Heinrich I. Herzog von Niederlothringen
Histoire du Limbourg, tome 2
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Heinrich I. (Limburg)

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Heinrich I. war von 1101 bis 1106 Herzog von Niederlothringen und von 1081 bis 1118 Graf von Limburg.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

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   * 1 Der Kampf um den Herzogtstitel
   * 2 Zur Herkunft Heinrichs
   * 3 Nachkommen
   * 4 Literatur
   * 5 Weblink
   * 6 Fußnoten

Der Kampf um den Herzogtstitel [Bearbeiten]

Heinrich von Limburg wurde von 1101 von Kaiser Heinrich IV. zum Herzog von Niederlothringen ernannt. Im Machtkampf zwischen dem Kaiser und dessen Sohn (Heinrich V.) blieb er dem alten Kaiser treu, wodurch er 1106 die Herzogswürde an Graf Gottfried I., Graf von Löwen, verlor. In der Folgezeit kam es zwischen den Häusern Limburg-Arlon und Löwen-Brabant zu fortwährenden Kämpfen um den Titel und das Amt des Herzogs von Niederlothringen. 1128 erhielt Heinrichs I. Sohn, Walram III. von Limburg (1119–1139), den Titel von Kaiser Lothar III.. Im Jahr 1139 verlieh Konrad III. ihn wieder den Brabantern. Die Situation wurde dann dadurch geklärt, dass Walrams Sohn Heinrich II. im Jahr darauf (1140) zum Herzog von Limburg ernannt wurde.

Zur Herkunft Heinrichs [Bearbeiten]

In der Literatur wird seit langem die Folge Walram I. – Walram II. – Heinrich I. für die ersten Generationen des Hauses Limburg-Arlon angegeben[1]. Dabei sind Walram II., Graf von Arlon, als erster Graf von Limburg, und Judith/Jutta, Tochter von Herzog Friedrich II. von Niederlothringen und Erbin von Limburg, die Eltern Heinrichs.

Andererseits wird um 1061 – zu Lebzeiten Walrams II. – ein egregrius comes Udo de Lemborch (auserwählter Graf Udo von Limburg) erwähnt. Dies hat zur Folge, dass Walram II. und Udo als eine Person angesehen wird, der man häufig den Namen Walram-Udo gibt[2].

Schwennicke (1999, siehe unten) u.a.[3] geben nun eine davon abweichende Genealogie an. Nach ihm sind Walram II. und Udo zwei verschiedene Personen, wobei Walram II. Graf von Arlon und Ehemann Judiths bleibt, aber nicht als Graf von Limburg erwähnt wird; Udo ist um 1061 Graf von Limburg (bei Schwennicke: ein Graf von Limburg, der wohl Udo hieß) und mit Judith/Jutta verheiratet, einer Tochter von Herzog Friedrichs Bruder Giselbert, Graf von Salm. Die Zusammenführung der Grafschaften Arlon und Limburg erfolgt hier über Heinrich I., der als Sohn des ersten Grafen von Limburg, also vermutlich Udos in erster Ehe die Erbtochter Walrams II. von Arlon heiratete. Diese – und nicht Heinrichs zweite Ehefrau Adelheid von Pottenstein – wäre dann auch die Mutter der nachfolgenden Generation.

Nachkommen [Bearbeiten]

Nach Schwennicke heiratete Heinrich in erster Ehe eine Tochter von Graf Walram II. von Arlon, die auch die Mutter seiner Kinder wurde. Nach traditioneller Überlieferung war Heinrich lediglich mit Adelheid von Pottenstein verheiratete (bei Schwennicke Heinrichs zweite Ehefrau). Die Kinder Heinrich - aus welcher Ehe auch immer - waren:

   * Walram III. Paganus; † 1139, 1115–19 Graf von Arlon, 1119 Graf von Limburg und Herr von Wassenberg, 1128 Herzog von Niederlothringen
   * Agnes; † 1136; ∞ I Friedrich von Putelendorf; † 1125; ∞ II Walo von Vockenstedt; † 1126
   * Adelheid; † 1144/46; ∞ I Friedrich der Streitbare, Graf von Arnsberg; † 1124; ∞ II vor 1130 Kuno von Horburg; † wohl 1138/39; ∞ III vor 1140 Konrad II., Graf von Dachau, X 1159
   * Mathilde, 1148 bezeugt; ∞ Heinrich I. von Namur, Graf von Laroche; † vor 1138 (Haus Namur)

Literatur [Bearbeiten]

   * Detlev Schwennicke: Europäische Stammtafeln. Band I.2, 1999, Tafel 229

Weblink [Bearbeiten]

   * Materialsammlung

Fußnoten [Bearbeiten]

  1. ↑ so H. Grote (Stammtafeln, 1877, Tafel 199), W. Bahnson (Stamm- und Regententafeln, 1912, Band III,14) und Freytag von Loringhoven (Europäische Stammtafeln, Band III (1964), Tafel 107), aber auch genealogie-mittelalter
  2. ↑ so Lexikon des Mittelalters, Erich Brandenburg, Winfrid Glocker, siehe: genealogie-mittelalter
  3. ↑ siehe Weblinks bei Haus Limburg-Arlon

Vorgänger Amt Nachfolger

NN (wohl Udo) oder Walram II. Graf von Limburg

1081–1118 Walram III. Paganus

Gottfried von Bouillon Herzog von Niederlothringen

1100–1106 Gottfried VI.

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082 graaf van Limburg. Afgezet 13-5-1106 weduwe van NN van Arlon 1070-1119 graaf van Limburg 1080 graaf van Aarlen 1101-1106 hertog van Neder-Lotharingen


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Henry, Duke of Lower Lorraine

Henry I (c. 1059 – c. 1119) was the count of Limburg and Arlon from 1082 to his death and duke of Lower Lorraine between 1101 to 1106. He was the son of Waleran I of Limburg and Jutta, daughter of Frederick, Duke of Lower Lorraine.

He married ADELAIDE de POTTENSTEIN(1061 – 1106), daughter of BOTTO de POTTENSTEIN (POTENSTEIN or Pottenstein) and Judith of Schweinfurt, daughter of Otto III, Duke of Swabia. They had the aforementioned Waleran and three daughters. One daughter, Adelaide, married Conrad I, Duke of Merania. Henry may also have been the father of Simon, Constable of Jerusalem after the First Crusade.


Hendrik I succeeded as a Count of Limburg, who would become the Duchess of the Lower Lorraine and Markgraaf of Antwerp in 1101, partly due to the relationships between his mother and grandmother.

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Henri d'Arlon, duc de Basse-Lorraine's Timeline

1059
1059
Limburg, Graafschap Limburg (within present Walloon Region and Dutch Limburg), Herzogtum Niederlothringen (within present Belgium), Heiliges Römisches Reich
1085
July 16, 1085
Age 26
Limburg, Grafschaft Limburg (within present Walloon Region), Herzogtum Niederlothringen (within present Belgium), Heiliges Römisches Reich
1086
1086
Age 27
Luttich, Germany
1090
1090
Age 31
Of, Limburg, Limburg, Belgium
1093
1093
Age 34
La Roche-En-Ardennes, Luxembourg, Belgium
1095
1095
Age 36
Probably Limburg (Present Limbourg), Liugau (Present Province Liege), Herzogtum Niederlotharingen (Present Walloon Region), Heiliges Römisches Reich (within present Belgium)
1101
1101
- 1106
Age 42
1119
1119
Age 60
Lorraine
1119
Age 60