Person:Richeza of Poland (1)

Richeza of Poland
d.16 Jun 1185
m. Abt 1126
  1. Boleslaw I _____1127 - 1201
  2. Mieszko I _____Est 1130 - 1211
  3. Wojciech _____, Prince of SilesiaAbt 1134 - Bet 1168 & 1178
  4. Richeza of PolandAbt 1140 - 1185
  5. Konrad _____, Prince of GlogauBet 1146 & 1157 - Bet 1180 & 1190
m. 1152
  1. Ferdinand Leon1153 - 1157
  2. Fernando of Castile1154 -
  3. Sancha of Castile1154/55 - 1208
m. Bef 17 Nov 1161
  1. Douce II of Provence1163 - 1172
Facts and Events
Name Richeza of Poland
Alt Name Richeza of Silesia
Alt Name Richilde of Poland
Alt Name Ryksa of Silesia
Alt Name Rixa of Silesia, Princess of Silesia
Alt Name Duquesa Rixa Piast
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 1140 Wrocław, Wrocław, PolandHouse of Silesian Piasts
Marriage 1152 Spainto Alfonso VII Raimundez _____, of León & Castile
Other Marriage Ending Status Divorce
with Alfonso VII Raimundez _____, of León & Castile
Marriage Bef 17 Nov 1161 to Raimond Berenguer II, Count of Provence
Marriage to Albert III _____, Graf von Everstein
Death[1] 16 Jun 1185
Reference Number? Q80692?

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Richeza of Poland (also known as Richeza of Silesia; ; c. 1140 – 16 June 1185) was a Polish noblewoman of the House of Piast in the Silesian branch. By her marriages she was Queen consort of León and Castile, Countess of Provence, and Countess of Eberstein.

Richeza was the third child and only daughter of Władysław II the Exile, the High Duke of Poland and ruler of Silesia, by his wife Agnes of Babenberg, daughter of Margrave Leopold III of Austria and half-sister of King Conrad III of Germany.

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