Beatrice of France
Beatrice , born towards 938, died after 987 and probably little before the year 1000, was girl of Hugues Large the, duke of France, and Hedwige of Saxony. It is sister of Hugues Capet, who became king de France in 987, and niece by her mother of the emperor Otton Ier and of Brunon, archbishop of Cologne and duke of Lotharingie.
Been engaged in 951 to Frederic Ier de Bar of the House of the Ardennes, she married it in 954 and brought to him in dowry the Lorraine incomes of the Abbaye of Saint-Denis, of which the abbey of Saint-Mihiel. These grounds as of other acquisitions of Frederic enabled him to found the Comté of Bar. In 959, Frederic became vice-duke of High-Lotharingie, and accepted the title of duke of High-Lotharingie.
Of Frederic, it had had:
- Henri, died between 972 and 978.
- Adalbéron II (958 - † 1005), bishop of Verdun then of Metz
- Thierry Ier (965 - † 1026), count de Bar, duke of Lorraine
- Ida, married to Radbot d' Altenbourg, which made build the castle of Habsbourg. They are the ancestors of the house of Habsbourg
- Beatrix von Franzien Herzogin von Ober-Lothringen
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