Beatrice of Viennois
|Beatrice of Viennois|
|Spouse(s)||Humbert III, Count of Savoy|
|Noble family||House of Ivrea|
|Father||Géraud I, Count of Mâcon|
|Mother||Maurette de Salins|
Champagne-et-Fontaine, Aquitaine, France
After the death of Humbert III, Count of Savoy's third wife, Clementia of Zähringen, in 1175, Humbert was inconsolable and refused to remarry; however, he had no male heir. His advisers persuaded him to wed Beatrice the following year. Beatrice gave birth to Thomas, Count of Savoy in 1178.
- Blanchard, Claudius (1874). Histoire de l'abbaye d'Hautecombe en Savoie avec pièces justificatives inédites [History of Hautecombe Abbey in Savoie with Unpublished Supporting Documents] (in French). Chambéry: F. Puthod. pp. 98–101. OCLC 29033857.
- Boucharlat, Alain (1997). La Fontaine de Siloé [The Fountain of Siloé] (in French). p. 17. ISBN 978-2862532219.
Beatrice of ViennoisBorn: 1160 Died: 1230
Clementia of Zähringen
|Countess of Savoy
Margaret of Geneva
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