Costanza (Altavilla) von Hohenstaufen

Costanza (Altavilla) von Hohenstaufen (1154 - 1198)

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Costanza "Queen of Sicily" von Hohenstaufen formerly Altavilla
Born in Palermo, Sicilymap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married in Santo Ambrosio, Milanmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Palermo, Sicily, Italymap
Profile last modified | Created 9 Dec 2017
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Constanza (Constance) of Sicily (02 Nov 1154 - 28 Nov 1198 Palermo).[1]

bur. Palermo Cathedral

Contents

Biography

European Aristocracy
Costanza (Altavilla) von Hohenstaufen was a member of aristocracy in Europe.
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Titles

  • Queen of Sicily (her right)

Parents

  • Father: Roger II, King of Sicily
  • Mother: Beatrice de Rethel

Marriage

m. (27 Jan 1186 Sant' Ambrogio, Milan, Italy) Heinrich Hohenstaufen, son of Friedrich Barbarossa. Issue: 1

  • Konstantin Roger Friedrich von Staufen (26 Dec 1194-13 Dec 1250), later Emperor Friedrich II

Sources

MEDIEVAL LANDS: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families by Charles Cawley © Foundation for Medieval Genealogy & Charles Cawley 2000-2018.

Italian: Casa d'Altavilla, Sicilian: Casa d'Autavilla, French: Maison de Hauteville



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Holy Roman Emperor and Empress, Henry VI and Constance of Sicily
Holy Roman Emperor and Empress, Henry VI and Constance of Sicily

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