Uta of Schauenburg
Uta of Schauenburg (ca. 1115/1120 – ca. 1197) was sovereign countess of Schauenberg from 1151 to 1197. She was the daughter of Godfrey of Calw (Gotfried von Calw) and was one of the richest heiresses in Germany. After her father's death a harsh succession war was solved in her favour by the nephew of her husband Welf VI, Friedrich Barbarossa in 1151. She was the founder of All Saints' Abbey in Baden-Württemberg.
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