Person:Constance de France (1)

Constance de France
b.1078 France
d.Jan 1124 or Jan 1126
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
  • HHugh TroyesAbt 1074 - 1126
  • WConstance de France1078 - 1126
m. 28 Nov 1095
m. Abt 1105
  1. Bohemond II of Antioch1108 - 1131
Facts and Events
Name Constance de France
Gender Female
Birth[1] 1078 FranceHouse of Capet
Marriage 28 Nov 1095 Franceto Hugh Troyes
Marriage Abt 1105 to Bohemond I of Antioch
Alt Marriage 1106 Chartres, Franceto Bohemond I of Antioch
Alt Marriage Bet 1105 and 1106 Chartres, Kurz Vor Osternto Bohemond I of Antioch
Death[1] Jan 1124 or Jan 1126 Italy? Wife Of Bohemond Of Antioch
Reference Number[1] Q669639?

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Constance of France (1078 – 14 September 1125) was Countess of Troyes from her first marriage and Princess of Antioch from her second marriage. She was regent during the minority of her son. Constance was the eldest of five children and was the only daughter from her father's first marriage. Her brother was Louis VI of France.

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