Catherine of Taranto, Countess of Copertino
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|Caterina d'Enghien Orsini|
|Spouse(s)||Tristan, Count of Copertino|
|Father||Raimondo del Balzo Orsini|
|Mother||Mary of Enghien|
She and Tristan had two daughters:
- Isabella of Clermont (c. 1424 – 30 March 1465), who became Queen of Naples and Jerusalem by marriage to Ferdinand I of Naples, illegitimate son of King Alfonso V of Aragon.
- Sancia di Chiaromonte (died 30 March 1468), Countess of Copertino and Lady of Nardò. In 1436 she married Francesco II del Balzo (1410–1482), 3rd Duke of Andria, who became Count of Copertino as part of her dowry.
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