Sybille of Bage
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Sybille of Bage
Bull of Sibylla de Bâgé countess of Savoie: sigillum Sibillae comitissae Sabaudiae.

Sybille de Baugé, Lady of Bâgé (1255-1294), was the daughter of Guy I Damas de Baugé, Baron of Couzan (c.1230-1269) and Dauphine de Lavieu. She was a Countess Consort of Savoy, being married to Amadeus V, Count of Savoy in 1272.


  1. Bonne of Savoy, married firstly, John I of Viennois, Dauphin of Viennois, and secondly, Hugh of Burgundy, Lord of Montbauson, the son of Hugh III, Count of Burgundy.
  2. John of Savoy
  3. Beatrice of Savoy
  4. Edward, Count of Savoy
  5. Eleonor of Savoy, married: firstly, William of Chalon, Count of Auxerre and Tonnerre; secondly, Dreux IV of Mello; and thirdly, John I, Count of Forez. Her daughter, Marguerite of Mello, married John II of Chalon-Arlay.
  6. Margaret of Savoy (d. 1349), married John I of Montferrat.
  7. Agnes of Savoy (d. 1372), married William III of Geneva. Their son was Amadeus III of Geneva.
  8. Aymon, Count of Savoy
Tomb of Sibylle of Bâgé in Hautecombe Abbey.
Preceded by
Adelaide of Burgundy
Countess of Savoy
Succeeded by
Marie of Brabant

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