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Agnès de Poitiers, reine consort d'Aragon

French: Agnès /Mathilde De Thouars (d'Aquitaine), reine consort d'Aragon
Also Known As: "Agnès de Poitou", "Inés de Aquitania", "Maud", "de Poitou", "Agnes Aquitaine", "Agnes Wilhelmsdatter", "Agnes (Maud) //", "Agnes //", "Princess of Aquitaine /Maud/"
Birthdate: (59)
Birthplace: Charente, Poitou-Charentes, France
Death: Died in Aragon, Spain
Place of Burial: Queen Consort
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Guillaume IX le Troubadour, duc d'Aquitaine and Philippa de Toulouse, comtesse de Poitiers
Wife of Aimery V, vicomte de Thouars and Ramiro II el Monje, rey de Aragón
Mother of Geoffroy IV, vicomte de Thouars; <private> of Thouars; <private> of Oiron; Guillaume I, vicomte de Thouars; Gui de Thouars and 2 others
Sister of William X, Duke of Aquitaine; Adélaïde de Poitiers; Raymond of Poitiers, Prince of Antioch; Aimar d'Aquitaine, /i/ and Henri de Poitiers, Abbé de Cluny
Half sister of Guillaume I de Poitiers, Comte de Valentinois and Reginald of Marets

Occupation: Reine d'Aragon, Queen of Aragon
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About Inés de Poitou, reina consorte de Aragón

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her name was "Agnes of Aquitaine, Queen of Aragon" ............................................................................................................

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Inés de Poitou (esposa de Ramiro II de Aragón)

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Inés de Poitou (en Francia Agnès de Poitiers o Agnès de Poitou, también conocida como Inés de Aquitania), fue una princesa de la familia de los ramnúlfidas, hija de Guillermo IX de Poitiers, llamado el Trovador, duque de Aquitania y conde de Poitiers, y de Felipa de Toulouse. Se desposó en primeras nupcias el 11 de abril de 1106 con Aimerico V de Thouars, del que tuvo cuatro hijos, entre ellos, Guillermo I de Thouars.

Hacía ocho años que era viuda cuando, en segundas nupcias, se desposó con el rey de Aragón Ramiro II el Monje el 13 de noviembre de 1135 en la catedral de Jaca. La principal razón de que éste le pidiera su mano fue el propio hecho de que ella hubiera tenido ya hijos. Además, la familia de Inés estaba muy ligada a la casa real aragonesa pues una tía suya, también llamada Inés, casada con Pedro I, el hermano mayor de Ramiro, había sido ya reina de Aragón antes que ella.

Ramiro II se casó con Inés de Poitou probablemente el día 13 de noviembre de 1135 en la catedral de Jaca y de ese matrimonio nació una hija, Petronila de Aragón, el 29 de junio de 1136, futura reina de Aragón.

Es muy probable que ese mismo año Inés de Poitou, una vez que había dado una heredera al Reino, volviera a cruzar los Pirineos; de hecho, su nombre no vuelve a aparecer en la documentación aragonesa de la época. Esto nos lleva a pensar que en realidad la única razón del matrimonio fue la necesidad de la casa real aragonesa de asegurarse un heredero.

De nuevo en Aquitania, Inés de Poitou se retiró a la abadía de Fontevraud, donde también había vivido su madre, y allí murió hacia el año 1159.


Agnes of Aquitaine, Queen of Aragon

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Agnes of Aquitaine was a daughter of Duke William IX of Aquitaine and his wife Philippa, Countess of Toulouse. She was an aunt of Eleanor of Aquitaine, Queen consort of France and England.

Contents

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   * 1 First marriage
   * 2 Second marriage
   * 3 Sources
   * 4 See also

[edit] First marriage

Agnes was first married to Aimery V of Thouars, the marriage produced four children, including William I of Thouars. Aimery died within a few years and Agnes remained a widow for eight years.

[edit] Second marriage

Agnes was secondly married to Ramiro II of Aragon, the couple probably on November 13 of 1135 in the cathedral of Jaca. The exact reason for the marriage was that Agnes had already bore children, if she could have four surviving children, then she probally would be able to give Ramiro a surviving heir. The couple did have children, they had one daughter, Petronila of Aragon, who later succeded her father as King of Aragon. Ramiro died in 1157.

Petronila was betrothed to Ramon Berenguer IV at the age of two. The marriage contract, signed at Barbastro on 11 August 1137, made Petronila the heiress to the crown of Aragon, which in event of her childless death would pass to Ramon Berenguer and any children he might have by another wife

It is very likely, that she went back to Aquitaine, after the birth of her daughter, since the only reason for the marriage was to give birth to an heir and Aragon didn't have trouble with female monarchs. This can be proved because her name doesn't appear on any Aragonese documents, during the period.

Agnes retired to the Abbey of Fontevraud, where her mother had lived and died there around 1159.

Sources

    * Dukes of Aquitaine family tree

Preceded by

Urraca of León Queen Consort of Aragon

?– ? Succeeded by

Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona

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Agnes of Aquitaine, Queen of Aragon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Agnes of Aquitaine was a daughter of Duke William IX of Aquitaine.

She first married Aimery V of Thouars. In her second marriage, she bore Petronila of Aragon, the daughter and heiress of Ramiro II of Aragon.

Matilda (Agnes) de POITOU

  aka Agnes (Maud) d' AQUITAINE

Born: abt. 1097 Died: abt. 1156

HM George I's 15-Great Grandmother. Lady Diana's 24-Great Grandmother. PM Churchill's 24-Great Grandmother. Geo Washington's 19-Great Grandmother. Louis XVII's 18-Great Grandmother. Poss. my 26-Great Grandmother.


Husbands/Partners: Ramiro II SANCHEZ (King) of ARAGON ; Aimery VI (V) de THOUARS


Children: Petronilla RAMIREZ (Queen) of ARAGON ; Geoffroy V de THOUARS ; Marguerite de THOUARS


Agnes of Aquitaine was a daughter of Duke William IX of Aquitaine.

She first married Aimery V of Thouars. In her second marriage, she bore Petronila of Aragon, the daughter and heiress of Ramiro II of Aragon.


Agnes of Aquitaine, the daughter of Duke William IX of Aquitaine, first married Aimery V of Thouars. In her second marriage, to our ancestor King Ramiro II of Aragon, she bore Petronila of Aragon.


Agnes of Aquitaine was a daughter of Duke William IX of Aquitaine.

She first married Aimery V of Thouars. In her second marriage, she bore Petronila of Aragon, the daughter and heiress of Ramiro II of Aragon.


Translation Extract: Daughter of William IX Duke of Aquitaine and sister of Duke William X (the father of Eleanor of Aquitaine), Agnes of Poitiers was first married to the viscount of Thouars Aimeri V. Left a widow at 24, his destiny intersects Then one of Ramiro the Monk, brother of King Alfonso I of Aragon, who died childless

He ascended the throne of Aragon in the name of Ramiro II and wife Agnes of Poitiers, who gave him a daughter Petronilla.  When the last one year, the confidence in the Count of Barcelona Ramon Berenguer IV became Prince of Aragon and Regent 
After that, his marriage having been annulled by the papacy, King Ramiro returns to the convent.  As for Agnes, she returned to Poitou, where she spent the rest of his days.  It is based in Fontevraud. 
Petronilla, by his marriage to Raymond Berenger, is the founder of the dynasty that reigned Catalonia and Aragon Aragon on first, then to Spain, until the advent of the Bourbons in 1700. 

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Agnes was secondly married to Ramiro II of Aragon[1], the couple probably wed on November 13 of 1135 in the cathedral of Jaca. The exact reason for the marriage was that Agnes had already borne children; if she could have four surviving children, then she would probably be able to give Ramiro a surviving heir. The couple did have children - they had one daughter, Petronila of Aragon, who later succeeded her father as Queen of Aragon. Ramiro died in 1157.


was a daughter of Duke William IX of Aquitaine and his wife Philippa, Countess of Toulouse. She was an aunt of Eleanor of Aquitaine, Queen consort of France and England. Contents [hide]

   * 1 First marriage
   * 2 Second marriage
   * 3 References
   * 4 Sources
   * 5 See also

[edit] First marriage

Agnes was first married in 1117 to Aimery V, Viscomte of Thouars, the marriage produced three sons:

  1. William (d.1151), succeeded his father as Viscomte of Thouars
  2. Guy, did not succeed as Viscomte, died before William
  3. Geoffery (d.1173), succeeded William

Through Geoffery, Agnes was great-grandmother to Alix, Duchess of Brittany.

Aimery was killed in battle in 1127 and Agnes remained a widow for eight years. [edit] Second marriage

Agnes was secondly married to Ramiro II of Aragon[1], the couple probably wed on November 13 of 1135 in the cathedral of Jaca. The exact reason for the marriage was that Agnes had already borne children; if she could have four surviving children, then she would probably be able to give Ramiro a surviving heir. The couple did have children - they had one daughter, Petronila of Aragon, who later succeeded her father as Queen of Aragon. Ramiro died in 1157.

Petronila was betrothed to Ramon Berenguer IV at the age of two. The marriage contract, signed at Barbastro on 11 August 1137, made Petronila the heiress to the crown of Aragon, which in event of her childless death would pass to Ramon Berenguer and any children he might have by another wife

It is very likely that she went back to Aquitaine after the birth of her daughter, since her name doesn't appear on any Aragonese documents during her daughter's reign.

Agnes retired to the Abbey of Fontevraud, where her mother had lived, and died there around 1159.


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Queenship[edit] The first known royal diploma in which Agnes appears as queen is an original dated 29 January 1136.[3] By August Agnes had born a daughter, Petronilla. Agnes' last appearance in an Aragonese document is from October 1136: a joint donation with her husband of a mill and a horse at Loscertales to the monastery of San Pedro de Antefruenzo.[6] She and Ramiro may have separated shortly after this. Her brother died on a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela on 3 April 1137. It was probably during his passage through Iberia that his consent to the proposed marriage of the infant Petronilla was obtained; there is no evidence that Agnes took any part in arranging the future of her daughter.[7][6]

In a series of acts between 11 August and 13 November 1137, Ramiro betrothed his daughter to the powerful Count Raymond Berengar IV of Barcelona, made his subjects swear an oath of allegiance to the count and then handed over the royal power to him.[7] The transfer of power done, Ramiro returned to religious life and Agnes retired to the Abbey of Fontevraud, where her mother had lived. She is recorded there between 1141 and 1147, and there she died around 1159.[8][6]

References[edit] ^ Jump up to: a b c d e f g h Ubieto Arteta 1987, p. 128–32. Jump up ^ Imbert 1876, p. 11, no. 8. ^ Jump up to: a b c d Reilly 1998, p. 53. Jump up ^ Lipskey 1972, p. 84 (book I, §62). Jump up ^ Lourie 1975, p. 640. ^ Jump up to: a b c Ubieto Arteta 1987, pp. 137–38. ^ Jump up to: a b Reilly 1998, p. 61. Jump up ^ Fletcher 1984, p. 272. Sources[edit] Fletcher, Richard A. (1984). Saint James's Catapult: The Life and Times of Diego Gelmírez of Santiago de Compostela. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Imbert, Hugues (1876). Cartulaire de l'abbaye de Saint-Laon de Thouars. Niort: L. Clouzot. Lipskey, Glenn Edward (1972). The Chronicle of Alfonso the Emperor: A Translation of the Chronica Adefonsi imperatoris, with Study and Notes (PhD dissertation). Northwestern University. Lourie, Elena (1975). "The Will of Alfonso I, El Batallador, King of Aragon and Navarre: A Reassessment". Speculum. 50 (4): 635–51. doi:10.2307/2855471. Reilly, Bernard F. (1998). The Kingdom of León–Castilla Under King Alfonso VII, 1126–1157. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Ubieto Arteta, Antonio (1987). Historia de Aragón: creación y desarrollo de la corona de Aragón. Zaragoza: Anubar. Vajay, Szabolcs de (1966). "Ramire II le Moine, roi d'Aragon, et Agnès de Poitou dans l'histoire et dans la légende". Mélanges offerts à René Crozet. Poitiers: Société d'Etudes Médiévales. pp. 727–50.

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