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  1. Wulfhilde of Saxony From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wulfhilde Billung of Saxony (1072 – 29 December 1126 in Weingarten Abbey) was the eldest daughter of Magnus, Duke of Saxony and his wife, Sophia of Hungary. She married Duke Henry IX of Bavaria.

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    Wulfhilde of Saxony From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wulfhilde Billung of Saxony (1072 – 29 December 1126 in Weingarten Abbey) was the eldest daughter of Magnus, Duke of Saxony and his wife, Sophia of Hungary. She married Duke Henry IX of Bavaria.

  3. Wulfhilda of Saxony - Family Tree & Family History at Geni.com

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    About Wulfhilda of Saxony Wolfhildis von Sachsen F, #7963, d. 29 December 1126 Last Edited=6 Feb 2003 Wolfhildis von Sachsen was the daughter of Magnus I Herzog von Sachsen and Sophia of Hungary. She married Heinrich IX Herzog von Bayern, son of Guelph IV Herzog von Bayern and Judith de Flandre, between 1095 and 1100.

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  5. Category:Wulfhilde of Saxony - Wikimedia Commons

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    Wulfhilde of Saxony German duchess. Upload media Wikipedia: Date of birth: 1072 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584) Date of death: 29 December 1126

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  6. Talk:Wulfhilde of Saxony - Wikipedia

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    Talk:Wulfhilde of Saxony Jump to ... This article contains a translation of Wulfhilde van Saksen from nl.wikipedia. HansM 20:21, 26 December 2011 (UTC)

  7. Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Through his marriage to Wulfhilde, daughter of Duke Magnus of Saxony, about 1095, he acquired part of the Billung estates around Lüneburg (the nucleus of the later Welf duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg).

  8. Henry the Lion - Wikipedia

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    Born in Ravensburg, in 1129 or 1131, he was the son of Henry the Proud, Duke of Bavaria and Saxony, who was the son of Duke Henry the Black and an heir of the Billungs, former dukes of Saxony.

  9. Bernard II, Duke of Saxony - Wikipedia

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    Ordulf, Duke of Saxony (c. 1020 – March 28, 1072), who married Ulfhilde or Wulfhilde of Norway (c. 1023 – May 24, 1070), daughter of King Olaf II (St.Olaf) of Norway and his wife Queen Astrid Hermann

  10. Billung - Wikipedia

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    His daughter Wulfhilde married Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria, a member of the House of Welf; his daughter Eilika married Otto, Count of Ballenstedt, a member of the House of Ascania. As a consequence, for the following decades control of Saxony was contested between the Welfs and Ascanians. The Billung dukes of Saxony were: Hermann, died 973

  11. Henry X, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    He was the second son of Duke Henry IX of Bavaria and Wulfhilde, daughter of Duke Magnus of Saxony. He was thus not only a member of the Welf family, but, what was quite important, also senior heir of the Saxon House of Billung. Henry came of age in 1123, in 1126 his father retired to Weingarten Abbey where he and his wife died shortly afterwards.

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