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      • Margaret of Sicily or Margherita di Sicilia-Aragona (1331 in Palermo – 1377 in Neustadt) was a Sicilian princess, daughter of the King Frederick III of Sicily and his wife Eleanor of Anjou. In 1348 she married Rudolf II, Count Palatine of the Rhine, and was Countess Palatine of the Rhine until 1353, year of the husband's death.
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  1. Margaret of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    Margaret of Sicily (also called Margaret of Hohenstaufen or Margaret of Germany) (1 December 1241, in Foggia – 8 August 1270, in Frankfurt-am-Main) was a Princess of Sicily and Germany, and a member of the House of Hohenstaufen.

  2. Margaret of Sicily, Countess Palatine of the Rhine - Wikipedia

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    Margaret of Sicily or Margherita di Sicilia-Aragona (1331 in Palermo – 1377 in Neustadt) was a Sicilian princess, daughter of the King Frederick III of Sicily and his wife Eleanor of Anjou. In 1348 she married Rudolf II, Count Palatine of the Rhine, and was Countess Palatine of the Rhine until 1353, year of the husband's death.

  3. Margaret of Burgundy, Queen of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    Margaret of Burgundy, Queen of Sicily Margaret of Burgundy (French : Marguerite de Bourgogne) (1250 – 4 September 1308) was Queen of Sicily and Naples by marriage to Charles I of Sicily. She was also a ruling Countess of Tonnerre from 1262 until 1308.

  4. Margaret of Navarre - Wikipedia

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    Margaret of Navarre was the queen consort of the Kingdom of Sicily during the reign of William I and the regent during the minority of her son, William II.

  5. Talk:Margaret of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    Margaret of Sicily make her as only Sicilian Princess, and this was not true. Also, if you se the list of the legitimate children of Frederick II ALL used the surname "of Germany" except the offspring of Bianca Lancia, whose legitimacy was dubious. I think Margaret of Germany is better, but if you think the contrary, move the article.

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  7. Category:Margaret of Navarre, Queen of Sicily - Wikimedia Commons

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  9. Joan of England, Queen of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    Joan of England (October 1165 – 4 September 1199) was a queen consort of Sicily and countess consort of Toulouse. She was the seventh child of Henry II, King of England and Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine. From her birth, she was destined to make a political and royal marriage.

  10. William I of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    William I (1120 or 1121 – May 7, 1166), called the Bad or the Wicked (Sicilian: Gugghiermu lu Malu), was the second King of Sicily, ruling from his father's death in 1154 to his own in 1166. He was the fourth son of Roger II and Elvira of Castile .