Archambaud VIII of Bourbon
|Archambaud VIII of Bourbon|
|Spouse(s)||Alix de Forez
Beatrice de Montluçon
|Noble family||House of Dampierre|
|Father||Guy II of Dampierre|
|Mother||Mathilde of Bourbon|
Archambaud VIII of Bourbon, nicknamed the Great, (1189-1242) was a ruler (sire) of Bourbonnais in the modern region of Auvergne, France. His parents were Guy II of Dampierre and Mathilde of Bourbon.
Archambaud’s first wife was Alix de Forez. They married in 1205. Before she was repudiated, Alix bore:
Archambaud later married Beatrice de Montluçon, who bore him;
- William (Seigneur of Beçay)
- Marie, wife of John I of Dreux
- Beatrice, wife of Beraud VI of Mercœur.
- Theodore Evergates, The Aristocracy in the County of Champagne, 1100-1300, (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007), 217.
- Georges Bordonove, Saint-Louis, 1984.
- Some Champenois Vernacular Manscripts and the Manerius Style of Illumination, Patricia Stirnemann, Les Manuscrits de Chrétien de Troyes, Volume 1, ed. Keith Busby, Terry Nixon, Alison Stones and Lori Walters, (Rodopi B.V., 1993), 210.
- Jochen Schenk, Templar Families: Landowning Families and the Order of the Temple in France, c. 1120-1307, (Cambridge University Press, 2012), 201.
Archambaud VIII of BourbonBorn: 1189 Died: 1242
|Sire de Bourbon||Succeeded by