Christian I, Count of Oldenburg

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Not to be confused with Christian I of Denmark.

Christian I, known as "the Quarrelsome" (died 1167[1]) was Count of Oldenburg from 1143 to 1167. He is a male-line progenitor of Prince George of Cambridge, who is third in the British line of succession after the reigning Queen Elizabeth II.

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Christian I, Count of Oldenburg
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Elimar II
Count of Oldenburg
1143–1167
Succeeded by
Maurice