Amicie de Courtenay
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|Amicie of Courtenay|
|Spouse(s)||Robert II, Count of Artois|
|Noble family||Capetian House of Courtenay|
|Father||Peter of Courtenay|
|Mother||Pétronille of Joigny|
Her father was Peter of Courtenay, Lord of Conches and Mehun (1218-1250); he fell in the Battle of Al Mansurah during the Seventh Crusade. Amicie's mother was Pétronille of Joigny, the daughter of Gaucher de Joigny.
- Jean Dunbabin, The French in the Kingdom of Sicily, 1266–1305, (Cambridge University Press, 2011), xiii.