Bertha of Aragon
Bertha of Aragon (c. 1075 – bef. 1111) was a Queen consort of Aragon and Navarre. Nothing is known about her childhood or the names of her parents, it is believed that she is Italian since her name was Berta, which is Italian.
Peter and Isabella were both dead by 1104 and King Peter needed an heir. They had no children and Peter died the following year. The crown of Aragon and Navarre passed to Alfonso who was the half brother of Peter.
Bertha got a dowry but Alfonso got all of Peter's lands. It is unknown when Bertha died or where she died.
Genealogist Szabolcs de Vajay has speculated that Bertha may have been a daughter of Peter I, Count of Savoy and another Agnes of Aquitaine, perhaps the Agnes who was the final wife of Peter's father Ramiro I of Aragon and first-cousin of Peter's own first wife.
Bertha of AragonBorn: circa 1075 Died: before 1111
Agnes of Aquitaine
|Queen consort of Aragon
Urraca of León and Castile
|Queen consort of Navarre