Person:Catherine I of Courtenay (1)

Catherine De Courtenay
b.25 Nov 1274
  1. Catherine De Courtenay1274 - 1307/08
m. 8 Feb 1300/01
  1. Catherine of Valois1303 - 1346
  2. Jeanne de Valois1304 - 1363
Facts and Events
Name Catherine De Courtenay
Alt Name Catherine de Courtenay
Gender Female
Birth[1] 25 Nov 1274
Marriage 8 Feb 1300/01 St Cloud,Haute-De-Seine,Franceto Charles III `Magnanime' _____, Count of Valois
Death[1] 1307/08
Reference Number? Q267327?

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Catherine I, also Catherine of Courtenay (25 November 1274 – 11 October 1307), was the recognised Latin Empress of Constantinople from 1283 to 1307, although she lived in exile and only held authority over Crusader States in Greece. In 1301, she became the second wife of Charles of Valois, by whom she had one son and three daughters; the eldest of these, Catherine II of Valois, Princess of Achaea succeeded her as titular empress.

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