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Coin (Denaro Segusino
) of Peter I
Peter I (c. 1048 – July 9, 1078) was count of Savoy and margrave of Turin jointly with his brother Amadeus II of Savoy from c. 1060 to 1078. He ruled only nominally, as true power was in the hands of his mother, Adelaide of Susa.
He married with Agnes of Aquitaine, (or Agnes of Poitiers), the daughter of "William of Poitou" (speculated to have been William VII of Aquitaine), she may have previously been married to Ramiro I of Aragon. They had two daughters, Agnes, d.after1110; m.1080 Ct Friedrich von Luetzelburg, Mgve of Susa (died 1092) and Alice, d.ca 1111; m.1099 Mgve Boniface of Vasto and Saluzzo.
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