Reginald II, Count of Burgundy

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Coat of Arms of the County of Burgundy until the 13th century.

Reginald II, Count Palatine of Burgundy and Count of Mâcon, Vienne and Oltingen, was born in 1061; he was the eldest son of William I of Burgundy and brother to Stephen I of Burgundy, his successor, as well as to Pope Callixtus II.

He succeeded to the County, aged 25, on his father's death in 1087, also gaining the title of Count of Mâcon.

From his wife, the Countess Regina of Oltingen, he inherited—among others—the title of Count of Oltingen, they were the parents of William II of Burgundy.

In 1097, Reginald died, aged 41, in the First Crusade and was succeeded by his brother, Stephen I.

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Preceded by
William I of Burgundy
Count of Burgundy
1087–1097
Succeeded by
Stephen I