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  1. Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou [a] ( c. 940 –1026) was, by her successive marriages, countess of Gévaudan and Forez, of Toulouse, of Provence, and of Burgundy, and queen of Aquitaine. She was the regent of Gevaudan during the minority of her sons in the 960s, and the regent of Provence during the minority of her son from 994 until 999.

  2. Jun 10, 2023 · Adelaide (c. 947–1026), called the White, was the daughter of Fulk II of Anjou and Gerberga of Maine. She was therefore the sister of Geoffrey Greymantle. She was married five times to some of France's most important noblemen. Her first marriage, probably before 960, was to Stephen, Viscount of Gévaudan.

  3. Apr 5, 2022 · Adelais Blanche d'Anjou (940/50 - 29 May 1026). alias: Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou; Azalais and Arsinda. bur. Montmajour (near Arles) Titles. 960s: regent of Gevaudan during minority of sons. 984: Queen of Aquitaine; 994 - 999: regent of Provence during minority of stepson. Marriage . m.1 (950/60) Etienne (Stephen) de Brioude (d. ante 970/5; p.

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  5. In 1010 king Robert II of France along with Odo II, Count of Blois went to Rome to secure an annulment from Robert's second wife, Constance of Arles, Adelaide-Blanche's daughter by William I. Pope Sergius IV, a friend to the Angevin counts, upheld the marriage and additionally upheld Adelaide's struggle to maintain control of lands at ...

  6. fasg.org › projects › henryprojectAdelaide d'Anjou

    Wife of Étienne de Brioude, Raymond de Toulouse, Louis V of France, and Guillaume d'Arles. Wife of four husbands, and the ancestress of important comital families through three of her marriages, Adélaïde, alias Blanche, was also briefly queen of France, and the mother of another French queen. Yet, in the early nineteenth century, scholars ...

  7. Adelaide [1] (c. 947–1026), [2] called the White, [3] was the daughter of Fulk II of Anjou and Gerberga. She was therefore the sister of Geoffrey Greymantle. She was married five times to some of France's most important noblemen. Her first marriage, probably before 960, was to Stephen, Viscount of Gévaudan.

  8. Adelaide of Anjou. Queen of France. Married Stephen, count of Gevaudun; married Louis V the Coward (c. 967–987), king of France (r. 986–987). Louis V's second wife was Blanca , daughter of William II, count of Auvergne, and Gerletta . Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia. Adelaide of AnjouQueen of France.

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