Person:Bertha van Holland (1)

Bertha van Holland
m. Bet 1050 and 1051
  1. Count Of Holland AlbrechtAbt 1051 -
  2. Dirk V van Holland1052 - 1091
  3. Count De Holland PieterAbt 1053 -
  4. Bertha van HollandAbt 1054 - 1094
  5. Count Of Holland FlorisAbt 1055 -
  6. Countess Of Holland MachteldAbt 1057 -
  7. Adela Christina of HollandAbt 1061 - 1085
m. 1072
  1. Constance de France1078 - 1126
  2. Louis VI "le Gros" de France1081 - 1137
  3. Henry de FranceAbt 1083 -
  4. Eudes de FranceAbt 1087 - 1096
Facts and Events
Name[3] Bertha van Holland
Alt Name Bertha _____, Countess of Holland
Alt Name Berthe de Hollande
Alt Name Bertha van HOLLAND
Alt Name[4] Bertha van Friesland
Gender Female
Birth? Abt 1054 Vlaardingen, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Marriage 1072 Franceto Philippe Ier de France
Divorce 1092 from Philippe Ier de France
Death[3] 30 Jul 1094 Montreuil, Pas-de-Calais, France
Reference Number? Q77254?


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Bertha of Holland ( 1055 – 15 October 1094), also known as Berthe or Bertha of Frisia and erroneously as Berta or Bertrada, was queen consort of the Franks from 1072 until 1092, as the first wife of King Philip I. Bertha's marriage to the king in 1072 was a result of peace negotiations between him and her stepfather, Count Robert the Frisian of Flanders. After nine years of childlessness, the royal couple had three children, including Philip's successor, Louis the Fat. Philip, however, grew tired of his wife by 1090, and repudiated her in 1092 in order to marry the already married Bertrade of Montfort. That marriage was a scandal since both Philip and Bertrade were already married to other people, at least until Queen Bertha died the next year.

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References
  1.   Bertha of Holland, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2.   BERTHA of Holland ([1058]-Montreuil-sur-Mer, Pas-de-Calais 30 Jul 1093)., in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Biografie op Wikipedia NL, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia
    [[1]], gevonden 2015.

    Bertha van Holland (rond 1058 - Montreuil-sur-Mer, 1094) was de dochter van de graaf Floris I en van Geertruida van Saksen, en de stiefdochter van Robrecht I van Vlaanderen, die tevens haar voogd was. Ze was getrouwd met koning Filips I van Frankrijk. In 1092 werd ze verstoten omdat Filips zijn zinnen had gezet op de mooie en jonge Bertrada van Montfort en moest ze het hof verlaten. Bekend is dat Filips vond dat Bertha te dik was geworden. In 1094 is ze overleden in een klooster in Montreuil-sur-Mer.

  4. Biografie, in Koorn, Florence W.J. Digitaal Vrouwenlexicon van Nederland. ('s-Gravenhage, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands: KNAW/Huygens Instituut)
    [[2]], gevonden 2015.

    BERTHA gravin van HOLLAND, ook bekend als Bertha van Friesland en abusievelijk als Bertrada (geb. ca. 1055 – gest. Montreuil-sur-Mer, Frankrijk, 1094), door haar huwelijk koningin van Frankrijk. Dochter van Floris I, graaf van Holland (reg. 1049-1061) en Geertrui van Saksen (ca. 1033-1113). In 1072 trouwde Bertha van Holland met Filips I (1052-1108), koning van Frankrijk, die haar in 1092 verstootte. Uit dit huwelijk werden 1 zoon en 1 dochter geboren, en wellicht nog 1 zoon die vroeg gestorven is.