Person:Sancho, Count of Provence (1)

Sancho , Count of Provence
b.1161
d.1223
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Name Sancho , Count of Provence
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1161
Death[1] 1223
Reference Number? Q940156?


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Sancho (died 1223), also spelled Sanç or Sanche, was a Catalano-Aragonese nobleman and statesman, the youngest son of Queen Petronilla of Aragon and Count Raymond Berengar IV of Barcelona. He was at different times the count of Cerdanya (c.1175–89), Provence (1181–85), Gévaudan, Rodez and Carlat (1183–85), and Roussillon (1208–12). He served as the regent of Provence from 1209 until 1218 during the minority of Count Raymond Berengar IV, and as regent of Aragon from 1214 until 1218, during the minority of King James I.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Sancho, Count of Provence, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.