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  1. Sanchia of Provence - Wikipedia

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    Sanchia was said to have a softer and more winsome type of good looks than either her older sisters, Margaret and Eleanor. Countess of Cornwall [ edit ] It was Eleanor of Provence who arranged a marriage between her sister Sanchia and her brother-in-law Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall , whose first wife Isabel Marshal had died recently.

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      Sanchia's sisters Margaret, Eleanor and Beatrice were the...

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      Sanchia had two sons with Richard of Cornwall: 1. Richard of...

  2. Talk:Sanchia of Provence - Wikipedia

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  3. Sanchia of Provence, Queen of the Romans – History… the ...

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    Nov 12, 2015 · One of 4 sisters, all of whom became queens, Sanchia of Provence was born in Aix-en-Provence in about 1228. She was the 3rd daughter of Raymond Berengar V, Count of Provence, and his wife Beatrice of Savoy. Sanchie de Provence Sanchia was 7 years younger than her oldest sister, Marguerite, who married Louis IX of…

  4. Sanchia of Provence - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

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    It was Eleanor of Provence who arranged a marriage between her sister Sanchia and her brother-in-law Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall, whose first wife Isabel Marshal had died recently. At the time, Sanchia was engaged to Raymond VII of Toulouse , but the weak part he played in the recent fighting was a good enough excuse for breaking the bond.

  5. Sanchia of Provence, Queen of the Romans - geni family tree

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    Apr 08, 2019 · Sanchia of Provence (c. 1228 – 9 November 1261) was the third daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Provence and Beatrice of Savoy. Sanchia was described as "of incomparable beauty". Sanchia's sisters Margaret, Eleanor and Beatrice were the respective wives of Louis IX of France, Henry III of England and Charles I of Sicily.

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    Sanchia of Provence was said to have a softer and more winsome type of good looks than either her older sisters Margaret or Eleanor. In January 1257, the ambassadors were summoned to a long hall where Richard and Sanchia were dining in considerable elegance and state, "Richard rose to hear what the men from Bohemia had to say and at the finish ...

  7. Richard of Cornwall - Wikipedia

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    His second wife, Sanchia of Provence (c.1225 – 9 November 1261), whom he married in Westminster Abbey on 23 November 1243, nearly four years after the death of his first wife, was the daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Provence by his wife Beatrice of Savoy. Sanchia was the third of four sisters; her elder sisters were the Queens of ...

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    But Provence was to never go to France outright through Charles. It was agreed that if Charles and Beatrice had children, the county would go to them; if there was no issue, then the county would go to Sanchia of Provence. If Sanchia died without an heir, Provence would go to the King of Aragon.

  9. Saint-Maime - Wikipedia

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    Margaret of Provence became the wife of King Louis IX of France, Eleanor of Provence married King Henry III of England, Sanchia of Provence married Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall who became King of Germany, and Beatrice of Provence married King Charles I of Sicily. Because of the traditional connection to these four women, there a multiple ...

  10. Sanchia of Provence – History… the interesting bits!

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    Dec 11, 2015 · Sanchia of Provence, Queen of the Romans 12/11/2015 17/03/2020 Sharon Bennett Connolly 11 Comments One of 4 sisters, all of whom became queens, Sanchia of Provence was born in Aix-en-Provence in about 1228.