Margaret of Henneberg (1234 – 26 March 1276) was a Dutch countess, known for a famous medieval legend. She was a daughter of Count Floris IV of Holland and his wife, Matilda of Brabant . Life
- Herman I, Count of Henneberg
Margaret of Holland, Countess of Henneberg. Countess of Henneberg by birth and by marriage Countess of Holland. Upload media. Wikipedia. Date of birth. 1234 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584) Unknown. Date of death. 26 March 1276.
Accordingtoan obscure medieval legend, the Countess Margaretof Henneberg, a notable Dutch noblewoman, gave birthto 365 children in the year1276.The haughtyCountess had insulted a poorbeggarwoman carrying twins, since she believed that a pair of twins must have different fathers, and that their mother must be an adultress.
Also known as. English. Margaret of Holland, Countess of Henneberg. Countess of Holland by birth and by marriage Countess of Henneberg.
Abstract. According to an oBScure medieval legend, the Countess Margaret of Henneberg, a notable Dutch noblewoman, gave birth to 365 children in the year 1276. The haughty Countess had insulted a poor beggar woman carrying twins, since she believed that a pair of twins must have different fathers, and that their mother must be an adultress.
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May 24, 2016 · Daughter of Floris IV, count of Holland and Machteld, countess of Holland Wife of Hermann I Count of Henneberg-Coburg, Count of Henneberg-Schmalkaden Mother of Jutta von Ascanen; Jutta von Henneberg, Gräfin von Coburg und Schmalkalden and Poppo Poppo VIII of av Henneberg-Coburg, Count Sister of Floris de Voogd van Holland, Florentius tutor; Willem II, Graaf van Holland en Zeeland; Aleid van Holland, comtesse de Hainaut and Rikarde, van Holland
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For the daughter of Count Floris IV of Holland, see Margaret of Holland, Countess of Henneberg. Margaret II of Avesnes (1311 – 23 June 1356) was Countess of Hainaut and Countess of Holland (as Margaret I) from 1345 to 1356. She was Holy Roman Empress and Queen of Germany by marriage to Emperor Louis IV the Bavarian .