Gisela Of Burgundy
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- EARLY MEDIEVAL ART
- Gisela, Empress (wife of Conrad (1), 122-4. Gisela of Burgundy, Duchess of Bavaria., r43.
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- Burgundy – Renaud I of Burgundy – William I of Burgundy – Gisela of Burgundy – Amadeus III of Savoy – Mathilde of Savoy – Sancho I of Portugal – Berengaria.
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- Gisela of Burgundy: IV 102, 104. Gislebertus de Funda: X 6. Gladstone, William Ewart: XXI 154.
- GERMAN KINGS & EMPERORS (911–1137) Konrad †906 duke of
- Gisela †1006 of Burgundy. 1. 2.
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- Jul 4, 2011 Henry, Duke of Bavaria, and Gisela of Burgundy. He succeeded his father as duke (995), became king of.
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- ST. HENRY II
- St. Henry was born in 972 to Duke Henry of Bavaria and Princess Gisela of Burgundy. During his youth, Henry received both an education and spiritual guidance from a bishop who was himself canonized, St.
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- Gisela of Burgundy, Marchioness of Montferrat - Wikipedia, the free
- Gisela of Burgundy (1075-1135), was a Countess consort of Savoy and a Marchioness conosrt of Montferrat.
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