Person:Emma of Hauteville (1)

Emma of Hauteville abt 1045 and 1055
m. Abt 1051
  1. Emma of HautevilleAbt 1045 & 1055 -
  2. Bohemond I of AntiochAbt 1058 - 1111
Facts and Events
Name Emma of Hauteville
Alt Name Emma de Hauteville
Gender Female
Birth[2] bet abt 1045 and 1055
Marriage to Odo "the Good" Marquis
Living[1] bet abt 1080 and 1120
Reference Number[1] Q1581384?

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Emma of Hauteville (fl. c. 1080–c. 1120) was a daughter of Robert Guiscard and Alberada of Buonalbergo. According to Ralph of Caen, she married Odo the Good Marquis and had two sons: Tancred and William, both of whom participated in the First Crusade. Tancred became Prince of Galilee and William died in the Holy Land. Her daughter Altrude married Richard of the Principate and was the mother of Roger of Salerno.

Emma was dead by 1126, when Odo's second wife and widow, Sichelgaita, made a donation in her family's memory.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Emma of Hauteville, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. EMMA ([1045/55]-)., in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.