(254)

 

 

 

 

 





Amazon Ads

Adélaïde de Savoie
(>1052–79)


Biographical

It is assumed that she was Adélaïde of Turin's daughter from her third marriage to Oddon I of Savoy. She was repudiated by her husband two years after they had married after she was accused of being unchaste, but the Pope arranged a reconciliation in 1069/71. She is listed as one of the founders of the monastery of St Peter in Schwarzwald.

Place of burial: Monastery of St Blasius


Daughter of Oddon I de Savoie and Adélaïde of Turin. She was married firstly to Guiges I de Albon, with issue, and secondly to Rudolf of Swabia after 1062, with issue.


 




Families | Lands | Abbreviations and Symbols



© 2024 The Universal Compendium