Sybille of Bâgé

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Sybille, Lady of Bâgé (1255–1294), was a Countess Consort of Savoy; married in 1272 to Amadeus V, Count of Savoy.

Issue:

  1. Bonne of Savoy, married John I of Viennois, dauphin of Viennois and Hugh of Burgundy, lord of Montbauson
  2. John of Savoy
  3. Beatrice of Savoy, called Beatrice of Bâgé, married first Giacomo de Candia, Lord of Bresse, Count of Ventimiglia, and secondly Manfred III of Saluzzo
  4. Edoardo
  5. Eleonor of Savoy, married William of Chalon, count of Auxerre and Tonnerre, Dreux IV of Mello and John I, count Forez - their children included Marguerite of Mello, who married John II of Chalon-Arlay
  6. Margaret of Savoy, d. 1349, married to John I of Montferrat
  7. Agnes of Savoy, d. 1372, married to William III of Geneva
  8. Aimone
Preceded by
Adelaide of Burgundy
Countess of Savoy
1272–1285
Succeeded by
Marie of Brabant