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  2. Marie of France (1145 – 11 March 1198) was a Capetian princess who became Countess of Champagne by her marriage to Henry I of Champagne. She served as regent of the County of Champagne three times: during Henry I's absence from 1179-1181; during the minority of their son Henry II from 1181–1187; and during Henry II's absence from 1190-1197.

  3. Apr 20, 2017 · Marie of Champagne, married to Baldwin I of Constantinople. Theobald III of Champagne, 1179-1201. Cite this Article. Marie of France, Countess of Champagne, daughter of Eleanor of Aquitaine and Louis VII, was known for alleged connection to medieval courts of love.

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  4. Nov 5, 2020 · Marie of France was daughter of King Louis VII and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and wife of Henry the Liberal, count of Champagne (or, strictly speaking, of Troyes). She was regent of Champagne for most of the period from 1179 until her death in 1198.

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  5. House of Blois-Champagne. Father. Henry I, Count of Champagne. Mother. Marie of France. Marie of Champagne ( c. 1174 – 29 August 1204 [1]) was the first Latin Empress of Constantinople by marriage to Emperor Baldwin I. She acted as regent of Flanders during the absence of her spouse from 1202 until 1204.

  6. Born in 1145; died in 1198; daughter of Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122–1204) and Louis VII, king of France (r. 1137–1180); sister of Alice (1150–c. 1197), countess of Blois; married Henry I, count of Champagne, around 1164; children: Henry I, king of Jerusalem (Henry II of Champagne); Theobald III, count of Champagne; Marie of Champagne (c ...

  7. Jul 16, 2019 · She was buried in Meaux. Depictions of the countess are explored in chapter 6, ‘Images of Countess Marie’. She was known as an ‘assertive patron of romances’, a lavishly generous patron, and capable ruling countess. Nonetheless, her memory disappeared rapidly after her death.

  8. Marie of France (1145 – 11 March 1198) was a Capetian princess who became Countess of Champagne by her marriage to Henry I of Champagne. She served as regent of the County of Champagne three times: during Henry I's absence from 1179-1181; during the minority of their son Henry II from 1181–1187; and during Henry II's absence from 1190-1197.

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