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Mafalda of Savoy ( 1125-1157 ), was a princess of House of Savoy and first queen consort of Portugal from 1146 until his death. She was the daughter of Daughter of the Amedeo III and Matilda of Albon.

Mafalda of Savoy ( 1125-1157 ), was a princess of House of Savoy and first queen consort of Portugal from 1146 until his death. She was the daughter of Daughter of the Amedeo III and Matilda of Albon.

Print - Marie Theresa of Savoy (1756-1805) Daughter of Victor Amadeus, Duke of Savoy and Maria Antonia of Spain

Print - Marie Theresa of Savoy (1756-1805) Daughter of Victor Amadeus, Duke of Savoy and Maria Antonia of Spain

Guichenon, S., Genealogical History of the House of Savoy. C. 1660

Guichenon, S., Genealogical History of the House of Savoy. C. 1660

Family tree of the house of Savoy. Engraving by Henry Chatelain, 1719

Family tree of the house of Savoy. Engraving by Henry Chatelain, 1719

Margaret of Provence, Queen of France. She was a sister to Eleanor of Provence, Queen of England, as consort to Henry III.

Margaret of Provence, Queen of France. She was a sister to Eleanor of Provence, Queen of England, as consort to Henry III.

Philip I of Savoy ( Aiguebelle , 1207 - Rossillon , 15 August 1285 ) was Count of Savoy and the Count d ' Aosta and Moriana from 1268 to 1285 , and Count consort of Burgundy from 1267 to 1278 . It was also bishop of Valence and archbishop of Lyon . He was the son of the Count of Savoy , Thomas I , and Margaret of Geneva , daughter of the Count of Geneva , William I .

Philip I of Savoy ( Aiguebelle , 1207 - Rossillon , 15 August 1285 ) was Count of Savoy and the Count d ' Aosta and Moriana from 1268 to 1285 , and Count consort of Burgundy from 1267 to 1278 . It was also bishop of Valence and archbishop of Lyon . He was the son of the Count of Savoy , Thomas I , and Margaret of Geneva , daughter of the Count of Geneva , William I .

Humbert I (Italian: Umberto I; (c. 980-1047-1048), better known as Humbert the White-Handed.  He was the founder of the House of Savoy. Of obscure origins, his service to the German emperors Henry II and Conrad II was rewarded with the counties of Maurienne and Aosta and lands in Valais, all at the expense of local bishops and archbishops, a territory which came to be known as the county of Savoy.

Humbert I (Italian: Umberto I; (c. 980-1047-1048), better known as Humbert the White-Handed. He was the founder of the House of Savoy. Of obscure origins, his service to the German emperors Henry II and Conrad II was rewarded with the counties of Maurienne and Aosta and lands in Valais, all at the expense of local bishops and archbishops, a territory which came to be known as the county of Savoy.

ALLEGORY IN HONOR OF HOUSE OF SAVOY Claude Mellan (French, 1598–1688)

ALLEGORY IN HONOR OF HOUSE OF SAVOY Claude Mellan (French, 1598–1688)

Margaret of Anjou, b.23 March 1430 d.25 August 1482, wife of Henry VI and Queen Consort. One child.

Margaret of Anjou, b.23 March 1430 d.25 August 1482, wife of Henry VI and Queen Consort. One child.

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