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Coucy is the name or part of the name of several communes in France:
- Coucy-la-Ville, in the Aisne département, very close to
- Coucy-le-Château-Auffrique, in the Aisne département, location of:
- Coucy, Ardennes, in the Ardennes département
- Coucy-lès-Eppes in the Aisne département
- Marie de Coucy (c.1218-1285), Queen-consort of Scotland, wife to Alexander II of Scotland, daughter to Enguerrand III below.
- Robert De Coucy or Courcy, architect of Reims Cathedral, and his father of the same name.
Lords of Coucy:
- Enguerrand I, Lord of Coucy (1080-1116)
- Thomas, Lord of Coucy (1116-1130) and Count of Amiens.
- Enguerrand II, Lord of Coucy (1130-1149)
- Ralph I, Lord of Coucy (1149-1191)
- Enguerrand III, Lord of Coucy (1191-1246)
- Raoul II, Lord of Coucy(1246-1250)
- Enguerrand IV, Lord of Coucy (1250-1311) brother of Raoul II
- Enguerrand V, Lord of Coucy (1311-1321), son of Arnold III of Guînes and Alix Coucy. Grandson of Enguerrand III, Lord of Coucy
- William, Lord of Coucy (1321-1335)
- Enguerrand VI, Lord of Coucy (1335 - 1346)
- Enguerrand VII, Lord of Coucy (1346-1397)
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