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      • Adelaide of Vohburg (German: Adela or Adelheid; c. 1125 – 25 May after 1187) was Duchess of Swabia from 1147 and German queen from 1152 until 1153, as the first wife of the Hohenstaufen king Frederick Barbarossa, the later Holy Roman Emperor.
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  1. Adelaide of Vohburg - Wikipedia

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    Adelaide of Vohburg (German: Adela or Adelheid; c. 1125 – 25 May after 1187) was Duchess of Swabia from 1147 and German queen from 1152 until 1153, as the first wife of the Hohenstaufen king Frederick Barbarossa, the later Holy Roman Emperor.

  2. Adelaide of Vohburg (fl. 1140s) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Adelaide of Vohburg (fl. 1140s)Duchess of Swabia. Name variations: Adelheid von Vohburg. Flourished around 1140s; daughter of Diepold III, margrave of Vohburg, and Adelaide (daughter of Ladislas I Herman, king of Poland); became first wife of Frederick I Barbarossa (1123–1190), duke of Swabia (r. 1147), Holy Roman emperor (r. 1152–1190), in 1147 (divorced 1153).

  3. Adelheid von Berg (von Vohburg) (1075 - 1125) - Genealogy

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    •ID: I4994 •Name: Adelheid VON MOCHENTAL •Given Name: Adelheid •Surname: von Mochental •Sex: F 1 •Death: 1 DEC 1125. Father: Dietpold II VON VOHBURG Mother: Luitgarde VON KARNTEN. Marriage 1 Heinrich I VON BERG-SCHELKLINGEN •Married: Children 1. Salome VON BERG-SCHELKLINGEN 2. Richinza VON BERG

  4. Adelheid von Vohburg (1075-1125) - Genealogy Online

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    Household of Adelheid von Vohburg She is married to Heinrich Graf von Berg-Schelklingen in the year 1083, she was 8 years old.

    • Female
    • Heinrich Graf Von Berg-Schelklingen, Heinrich
  5. About: Adelaide of Vohburg

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    Adelaide of Vohburg (1135–1190), also known as Adelheid, was German queen as the first wife of Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor. Adelaide was a daughter of Diepold III, Margrave of Vohburg, and Adelaide of Poland, daughter of Władysław I Herman and Judith of Swabia..

  6. Adelheid von Monchental von Vohburg (± 1075-1122) » Genealogy ...

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    Adelheid von Monchental was born about 1075, daughter of Diepold II [Vohburg] Markgraf von Giengen and Liutgard von Zähringen. She was married about 1100 to Heinrich I von Berg-Schelklingen, they had 8 children.

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    May 05, 2007 · Adelheid von Vohburg is the daughter of Diepold III Markgraf von Vohburg. 1 She married Friedrich I 'Barbarossa' Hohenstaufen, Holy Roman Emperor, son of Friedrich II Herzog von Schwaben and Judith von Bayern, in 1147. 1 She and Friedrich I 'Barbarossa' Hohenstaufen, Holy Roman Emperor were divorced in 1153. 1

  8. Talk:Adelaide of Vohburg - Wikipedia

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  9. Adelheid - Wikipedia

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    Adelheid of Vohburg (1122–1190), first Queen consort of Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor Adelheid of Wolfratshausen (died 1126), second wife of Berengar II, Count of Sulzbach Adelheid (abbess of Müstair) (fl. 1211–1233), Swiss Benedictine abbess

  10. Diepold II von Vohburg, Graf im bayerischen Nordgau (c.1030 ...

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    May 23, 2018 · Genealogy for Diepold II von Vohburg, Graf im bayerischen Nordgau (c.1030 - 1078) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames