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Agnes Poitou of Aquitaine was born after 1060 to William VII of Aquitaine (1023-1058) and Ermesinde and died circa 1078 of unspecified causes. She married Peter I de Savoie (c1048-1078) . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814). Ancestors are from France, Germany, Belgium.


Offspring of Agnes Poitou and Peter I de Savoie (c1048-1078)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Alix de Savoie (c1076-1111) 1076 1111 Boniface del Vasto (1060-c1131)

Agnes de Savoie (c1077-1091) 1077 1091 Frédéric de Montbéliard (c1050-1092)

Berta de Savoie (1075-1111) 1075 1111 Peter I of Aragon and Navarre (c1068-1104)
Note the confusion on Wikipedia about her daughters. There are three daughters (Alix, Agnes, Berta) in Catalan[1] and Italian [2]; two (Alix, Agnes) in German [3] and Dutch [4]; one (Alix) in English[5], Spanish[6], and French [7]; and another one (Agnes) in Piemonteis[8].

Berta would have married Peter I of Aragon, and died childless.[9].

Alix and Agnes married Frederick (Montbeliard, Luxembourg, Susa), son of Sophie de Bar (c1018-1093), and Boniface (Vasto, Saluzzo, Savone), but it is not clear who married whom.


Namesakes of Agnes of Aquitaine (aft1060-c1078)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
Agnes de Poitiers (?-1159)William IX of Aquitaine (1071-1126)Mahaut-Philippa de Toulouse (c1070-1117)Aimery V de Thouars (c1095-1127) + Ramiro II of Aragon (c1075-1157)
Agnes of Poitou (c1025-1077)RomeWilliam V of Aquitaine (969-1030)Agnes de Bourgogne (c995-1068)Heinrich III of the Holy Roman Empire (1017-1056)
Agnes of Aquitaine (1052-1078)William VIII of Aquitaine (1025-1086)MatoedaAlfonso VI of León and Castile (1040-1109) + Élie I du Maine (c1042-1110)
Agnes of Aquitaine (?-1097)William VIII of Aquitaine (1025-1086)Hildegard de Bourgogne (c1056-1104)Peter I of Aragon and Navarre (c1068-1104)
Agnes of Aquitaine (aft1060-c1078)William VII of Aquitaine (1023-1058)ErmesindePeter I de Savoie (c1048-1078)

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