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Margaret of Provence (1221 – 20 December 1295) was Queen of France as the wife of King Louis IX.

Margaret of Provence (1221 – 20 December 1295) was Queen of France as the wife of King Louis IX.

Beatrice of Provence, Queen of Sicily (1231 - 1267) married to Charles I, King of Sicily and Naples

Beatrice of Provence, Queen of Sicily (1231 - 1267) married to Charles I, King of Sicily and Naples

Marguerit Countess of Provence,  Queen of France married to Louis IX  25th GGM

Marguerit Countess of Provence, Queen of France married to Louis IX 25th GGM

Beatrice of Provence was Countess of Provence and Forcalquier. She was also a Queen consort of Sicily by marriage to King Charles I of Sicily. Wikipedia Born: 1231 Died: September 23, 1267, Nocera Inferiore, Italy Spouse: Charles I of Naples (m. 1246) Parents: Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Provence, Beatrice of Savoy Children: Charles II of Naples, Elizabeth of Sicily, Queen of Hungary, Beatrice of Sicily, Latin Empress Grandchildren: Robert, King of Naples, Louis of Toulouse

Beatrice of Provence was Countess of Provence and Forcalquier. She was also a Queen consort of Sicily by marriage to King Charles I of Sicily. Wikipedia Born: 1231 Died: September 23, 1267, Nocera Inferiore, Italy Spouse: Charles I of Naples (m. 1246) Parents: Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Provence, Beatrice of Savoy Children: Charles II of Naples, Elizabeth of Sicily, Queen of Hungary, Beatrice of Sicily, Latin Empress Grandchildren: Robert, King of Naples, Louis of Toulouse

Queen Eleanor and King Henry had 5 children together they were Edward I, Margaret, Beatrice, Edmund Crouch-back and Katherine. Their youngest child Katherine was said to be their most beautiful child but she was infected with a disease that left her mute-deaf and she died at the young age of three. Eleanor and Henry were both affected by overwhelming grief.

Queen Eleanor and King Henry had 5 children together they were Edward I, Margaret, Beatrice, Edmund Crouch-back and Katherine. Their youngest child Katherine was said to be their most beautiful child but she was infected with a disease that left her mute-deaf and she died at the young age of three. Eleanor and Henry were both affected by overwhelming grief.

1570 Jeanne d'Albret by François Clouet (location unknown to gogm) | Grand Ladies | gogm

1570 Jeanne d'Albret by François Clouet (location unknown to gogm) | Grand Ladies | gogm

Charlemagne (742-814).  He was not only the first, but possibly the greatest of the emperors from the eighth through the nineteenth century. He restored education, improved law, supported the church, backed Alcuin's attempts to produce an accurate Bible and in many other ways did much that was good. In France, his name was blended with his greatness, and he is known as Charlemagne.

Charlemagne (742-814). He was not only the first, but possibly the greatest of the emperors from the eighth through the nineteenth century. He restored education, improved law, supported the church, backed Alcuin's attempts to produce an accurate Bible and in many other ways did much that was good. In France, his name was blended with his greatness, and he is known as Charlemagne.

Thomas I of Savoy; Count of Savoy and Maurienne and Marquis of Italy. Married to Béatrice Marguerite de Genève, father of 18 children.

Thomas I of Savoy; Count of Savoy and Maurienne and Marquis of Italy. Married to Béatrice Marguerite de Genève, father of 18 children.

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