Person:Gerberga von Sachsen (1)

Gerberga von Sachsen
Facts and Events
Name[8] Gerberga von Sachsen
Alt Name[9] Gerberge de Saxe
Alt Name Gerberga of Saxony
Gender Female
Birth[5][8] abt 0913 Nordhausen, Sachsen, Preußen, GermanyHouse of Liudolfings
Alt Marriage 928 to Giselbert von Lothringen
Marriage est 929 to Giselbert von Lothringen
Marriage late 939 to Louis IV "d'Outremer" de France
Occupation? 0959 Soissons, Soissons, Aisne, FranceAbbess of Notre Dame de Soissons
Alt Death[9] 3 feb 0969 Laon, Aisne, France
Death[5][8] 5 May 0984 Reims, Reims, Marne, France
Reference Number[4] ? Q168669
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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    Gerberga, mitunter auch Gerberga von Sachsen, (* 913 in Nordhausen[1]; † 5. Mai 969) war Herzogin von Lothringen und westfränkische Königin. Die älteste Tochter des deutschen Königs Heinrich I. und seiner zweiten Gemahlin Mathilde und damit Schwester Kaiser Ottos I. entwickelte sich dabei aus der Rolle der Ehefrau in einer politischen Zweckehe heraus zu einer selbständig Politik betreibenden Frau, die schließlich in Vertretung ihres minderjährigen Sohnes Frankreich regierte.

  9. 9.0 9.1 Biographie en Wikipédia FR, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, [[2]], trouvée 2016, Secondary quality.

    Gerberge de Saxe, née vers 913/914 et morte le 5 mai 984 à Reims1 ou le 3 février 9692 à Laon3,4 fut duchesse de Lotharingie et reine de France.
    Elle est la fille d'Henri Ier l'Oiseleur, roi de Germanie et de Mathilde de Reingelheim (sainte Mathilde) et la sœur de l'empereur Otton Ier du Saint-Empire. Elle est inhumée dans le chœur de l'abbaye Saint-Remi de Reims.