Person:Mathilde von Ringelheim (1)

Mathilde von Sachsen
b.est 0896
Facts and Events
Name[7] Mathilde von Sachsen
Alt Name[7][8] Sankt Mathilde von Ringelheim
Alt Name Saint Matilda of Ringelheim
Gender Female
Birth[4][7] est 0896
Marriage 0909 Wallhausen, Rheinland, Preußen, Germanyto Heinrich I. "der Vogler" von Sachsen
Death[2][4][5][7] 14 Mar 0968 Quedlinburg, Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Reference Number[2] Q234246?
Occupation[4] Nivelles, Brabant, BelgiumLay Abbess
Burial[4] Quedlinburg, Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, GermanyQuedlinburg Abbey


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Saint Mathilda (or Matilda, – 14 March 968) was the wife of King Henry I of Germany, the first ruler of the Saxon Ottonian (or Liudolfing) dynasty, thereby Duchess (consort) of Saxony from 912 and Queen (consort) of Germany (East Francia) from 919 until her husband's death in 936. Their eldest son Otto succeeded his father as King of Germany (East Francia) and years later was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 962, thus ending the vacancy of this office begun in 924 with the death of Holy Roman Emperor Berengar I of Italy. Matilda lived to see the imperial crown restored under her son. Matilda's surname refers to Ringelheim, where her comital Immedinger relatives established a convent about 940.

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    Die heilige Mathilde (* um 895 in Enger; † 14. März 968 in Quedlinburg) aus der Familie der Immedinger war die Gemahlin des ostfränkischen Königs Heinrich

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    Königin, Wohltäterin, Klostergründerin
    * um 895 in Enger bei Herford in Nordrhein-Westfalen
    † 14. März 968 in Quedlinburg in Sachsen-Anhalt
    Mathilde von Ringelheim war die Tochter des sächsischen Grafen Dietrich, eines Nachfahren von Widukind, und der Reinhild aus dänisch-friesischem Geschlecht.