Lutgardis of Luxemburg

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Lutgardis of Luxembourg
Spouse(s) Arnulf, Count of Holland
Noble family House of Luxembourg
Father Siegfried of Luxembourg
Mother Hedwig of Nordgau
Born 955
Died c. 1005 or possibly later

Lutgardis of Luxembourg, also known as Liutgardis, Liutgarde and Lutgard, (955 – ca. 1005 or possibly later) was a daughter of Siegfried of Luxembourg and Hedwig of Nordgau. Her sister was Cunigunde of Luxembourg. She married Arnulf, Count of Holland. They had three children:

As the sister-in-law of Emperor Henry II, she enjoyed considerable influence. With his help she managed to maintain the county for her son Dirk III, acting as regent.

On 20 September 993, Liutgard donated her properties at Rugge to Saint Peter's abbey of Ghent for the soul of her husband.[1] According to Thietmar's Chronicle, possibly in June 1005, she made peace with the West-Frisians through mediation by Emperor Henry.[2]

The date of Lutgardis' death is not clear in view of conflicting sources including Annales Egmundani. It may well have been in 1005 or even later. She was buried in Egmont.[3]


  1. ^ Cawley, Charles, Hollard & Frisia project from Medieval Lands Project, Medieval Lands database, Foundation for Medieval Genealogy ,[self-published source][better source needed]. Retrieved 3 February 2009.
  2. ^ Thietmar 6.19 (in Latin). Retrieved 3 February 2009.
  3. ^ Cawley, Charles, Luxembourg from Medieval Lands Project., Medieval Lands database, Foundation for Medieval Genealogy ,[self-published source][better source needed] Retrieved 3 February 2009.