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Sibylle de Normandy (de Conversano), Duchess Consort

Also Known As: "Sybille", "Sybil", "Subyl", "Sibille", "Sibylle", "Sibylla of Conversana"
Birthdate: (34)
Birthplace: Conversano, Bari, Apulia, Italy
Death: February 1103 (30-38)
Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France
Place of Burial: Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Geoffrey di Conversana, Count and Sichelgaita di Molise
Wife of Robert Ii "Curthose", Duke of Normandy
Mother of Henry of Normandy and William Clito

Occupation: Duchess Consort of Normandy, Duchess consort of Conversano
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About Sibylle de Normandy, Duchess Consort

Sybilla of Conversano wife of Robert "Curthose"(NOT Robert of Cheddar)

Parents: Geoffrey of Conversano and Sichelgaita

Children:Henri de Normandie

            Guillaume de Normandie


m (Apulia 1100) SIBYLLE de Conversano, daughter of GODEFROI Comte de Conversano e Brindisi & his wife Sichelgaita --- (-Rouen [Feb/Mar] or [21 Mar] 1103, bur Caen or Rouen Cathedral).  She is named by Orderic Vitalis, who also names her father and says that he was the nephew of Robert "Guiscard"[268].  Guillaume de Jumièges records that Robert married "Sibylle sœur de Guillaume comte de Conversano"[269].  William of Malmesbury records that her husband married her on his return from Palestine, and that he was given an "immense sum" by way of dowry which he "lavished so profusely that in a few days he was penniless"[270].  Orderic Vitalis records that she was poisoned and died "in Lent"[271].  According to William of Malmesbury, she died "by disease"[272].  Orderic Vitalis alleges that Agnes de Ribemont, wife of Walter Giffard Earl of Buckingham, fell in love with Duke Robert, and states that the latter's wife was poisoned soon after although he does not directly attribute blame for her murder[273].  The necrology of Saint-Nicaise de Meulan records the death "XII Kal Apr" of "Sibilla comitissa Normannie"[274], although if this refers to Sibylle de Conversano it is not clear why she was not called "ducissa".  It is unlikely that the entry refers to Robert's daughter-in-law Sibylle d'Anjou as she was Ctss of Flanders when she died. 


Geoffrey, Count of Conversano

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Geoffrey the Elder last appears in 1085 and left three sons and a daughter:


Alexander, Count of Conversano

Tancred, Count of Brindisi

Sybilla, married Robert Curthose, duke of Normandy

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Sibylle de Normandy, Duchess Consort's Timeline

Conversano, Bari, Apulia, Italy
October 25, 1102
Age 33
Rouen (Seine-Maritime) France
Age 33
February 1103
Age 34
Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France
Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France