Adelaide av Paris

Adelaide av Paris

Kvinna 853 - 901  (48 år)

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  • Namn Adelaide av Paris  
    Född 850/853 
    Kön Kvinna 
    Död 10 Nov 901 
    Person-ID I1893  Nygren
    Senast ändrad 16 Jul 2018 

    Familj Ludvig den stammande,   f. 1 Nov 846,   d. 10 Apr 879  (Ålder 32 år) 
    +1. Karl den enfaldige,   f. 17 Sep 879,   d. 7 oktober 929  (Ålder 49 år)
    Senast ändrad 16 Jul 2018 
    Familjens ID F565  Familjeöversikt  |  Familjediagram

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    • Adélaïde of Paris (or Aélis) (c. 850/853 – 10 November 901) was a Frankish queen. She was the second wife of Louis the Stammerer, King of West Francia, and was the mother of Ermentrude and Charles the Simple.

      Adelaide was the daughter of the count palatine Adalard of Paris. A paternal great-grandfather was Bégon, Count of Paris. Her great-grandmother, Alpaïs, wife of Bégon, was the illegitimate daughter of Louis the Pious by an unnamed mistress.

      Adelaide was chosen by Charles the Bald, King of Western Francia, to marry his son and heir, Louis the Stammerer, despite the fact that Louis had secretly married Ansgarde of Burgundy against the wishes of his father. Although Louis and Ansgarde already had two children, Louis and Carloman,[1] Charles prevailed upon Pope John VIII, to dissolve the union. This accomplished, Charles married his son to Adelaide in February 875.

      However, the marriage was called into question because of the close blood-kinship of the pair. When on 7 September 878 the pope crowned Louis (who had succeeded his father in the previous year), the pope refused to crown Adelaide.[2]

      When Louis the Stammerer died in Compiegne on 10 April 879, Adelaide was pregnant, giving birth on 17 September 879, to Charles the Simple.[3] The birth of this child led to a dispute between Adelaide and Ansgarde. Ansgarde and her sons accused Adelaide of adultery; Adelaide in turn disputed the right of Ansgarde's sons to inherit. Eventually, Adelaide succeeded in winning the case; but despite this, Ansgarde's sons Louis and Carloman remained kings until their deaths without heirs in 882 and 884, respectively, with the crown then being contested between Odo, Count of Paris and Charles the Fat.

      Charles eventually succeeded to his father's throne in 898; his mother assisted in crowning him. She died in Laon on 10 November 901 and was buried in the Abbey of Saint-Corneille, Compiègne, Picardy.