Amicie De Courtenay
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Amicie De Courtenay
Amicie of Courtenay
Born1250
Died1275 (aged 24–25)
Noble familyCapetian House of Courtenay
Spouse(s)Robert II, Count of Artois
Issue
FatherPeter of Courtenay
MotherPétronille of Joigny

Amicie of Courtenay (1250–1275) was a French noblewoman and a member of the Capetian House of Courtenay, a cadet line of the House of Capet.

Her father was Peter of Courtenay,[1] Lord of Conches and Mehun (1218-1250); he fell in the Battle of Al Mansurah during the Seventh Crusade. Amicie's mother was Pétronille of Joigny,[1] the daughter of Gaucher de Joigny.

She married Count Robert II of Artois (1250-1302),[1] together they had three children:

References

  1. ^ a b c d e Jean Dunbabin, The French in the Kingdom of Sicily, 1266-1305, (Cambridge University Press, 2011), xiii.

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