Person:Gerberga Of Saxony (4)

Gerberga , of Saxony
Facts and Events
Name Gerberga , of Saxony
Gender Female
Birth[5] abt 914 Nordhausen, Sachsen, Preußen, Germany
Marriage est 929 to Gilbert , Duke of Lorraine
Marriage late 939 to Louis IV , of France
Occupation? 959 Soissons, Soissons, Aisne, FranceAbbess of Notre Dame de Soissons
Other? House of Liudolfings
Death[5] 5 May 984 Reims, Reims, Marne, France
Ancestral File Number 9HMH-DF
Ancestral File Number GXQL-GK
Burial[5] Reims, Reims, Marne, FranceReims Abbey

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Gerberga of Saxony (also Gerberga of France) (c. 913 – 5 May 968/9 or 984?) was a member of the Ottonian dynasty and a descendant of Charlemagne. Her first husband was Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine. Her second husband was Louis IV of France. Contemporary sources describe her as a highly educated, intelligent and forceful political player.

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