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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.
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- Edward, Count of Savoy
- 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.
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