Sohier, Count of Enghien

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Sohier of Enghien (died March 21, 1364) was the titular Duke of Athens, and Count of Brienne and Lord of Enghien from 1356 to 1364.

The second, but eldest surviving son of Walter of Enghien and Isabella of Brienne, when his mother divided the inheritance of his uncle Walter VI of Brienne among her sons, he received the title of Duke of Athens. He was executed by Albert, Duke of Bavaria in 1364, leaving the titular Duchy to his son Walter IV of Enghien.

French nobility
Preceded by
Walter VI
Count of Brienne
1356–1364
Succeeded by
Walter VII