Gerberga of Saxony
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|Gerberga of Saxony|
|Spouse||Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine
Louis IV of France
|Lothair of France
Matilda, Queen of Burgundy
Charles, Duke of Lower Lorraine
|Father||Henry the Fowler|
|Mother||Matilda of Ringelheim|
She married first Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine. They had four children:
- Alberade of Lorraine b. about 929. Married Renaud (originally as Ragenold), a Viking chieftain who became the Count of Roucy 
- Henry, Duke of Lorraine b. about 932
- Gerberge of Lorraine b. about 935. Married Adalbert I of Vermandois.
- Wiltrude, b. about 937.
She married secondly Louis IV of France in 939. They were parents to eight children:
- Lothair of France (941–986)
- Matilda b. about 943; married Conrad of Burgundy
- Hildegarde b. about 944
- Carloman b. about 945
- Louis b. about 948
- Charles, Duke of Lower Lorraine (953–993)
- Alberade b. before 953
- Henry b. about 953
Contemporary sources describe her as a highly educated, intelligent and forceful player in the political game of the time.
- Bouchard, Constance Brittain. (2001) Those of My Blood: Constructing Noble Families in Medieval Francia. University of Pennsylvania Press.
- "Women in power 750-1000" from Guide2womenleaders.com, last accessed January 13, 2007
- Eduard Hlawitschka (1964) (in German). "Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB). 6. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot. pp. 256 et seq.. (full text online) ". In
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