Marguerite IV d'Harcourt

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Marguerite IV d'Haraucourt, (15??-1568), was a German-Roman monarch as Princess Abbess of the Imperial Remiremont Abbey in France. She was abbess twice: a first term 1520-28, and a second in 1544-68.

She was elected in 1520, but was deposed in 1528. In 1544, she became abbess for a second term. During her reign, Remiremont was forced to submit to the sovereignty of the Duchy of Lorraine.

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