|Frederuna von Sachsen|
|Queen consort of France|
Goslar, Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany
|Died||917 (aged 29–30)|
|Spouse||Charles III of France (m. 907)|
|Father||Dietrich Theodoric von Ringelheim|
|Mother||Gisela of Lotharingia|
She was born in Goslar, Hanover to Dietrich Theodorich von Ringelheim, Duke of Saxony and his wife Gisela of Lotharingia. She was the half-sister of Matilda of Ringelheim, who married Henry the Fowler, King of East Francia, Amalrada, Bia, and a brother, Beuve II, the Bishop of Châlons-sur-Marne, and the first wife of King Charles III of France, whom she married in 907. She bore Charles six daughters: Ermentrude, Gisela, Frederuna, Adelais, Rotrude and Hildegarde. Frederuna died in 917 and she was succeeded as queen consort by Eadgifu of England, a daughter of Edward the Elder in 919.
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