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Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor - After Marriage - Division of Lorraine
... Then, in April 1044, Gothelo I, Duke of Lorraine, that is of both Lower and Upper Lorraine, died ... and so, instead of appointing Godfrey, Gothelo's eldest son and already acting duke in Upper Lorraine, duke in the Lower duchy, he appointed Gothelo II, Godfrey's younger brother, duke there ... Henry claimed that Gothelo's dying wish was to see the duchy split between the brothers, but Godfrey, having faithfully served Henry thus far, rebelled ...
Gothelo II Of Lower Lorraine
... Gothelo II (also Gozelo) (1008–1046), variously called the Coward, the Sluggard, the Indolent, or the Lazy (Latin ignavus), has been often said to be Duke of Lower Lorraine ... When Gothelo I died in 1044, Godfrey III, his eldest son, who had been co-ruling in Lower Lorraine for several years, was not given Lower Lorraine by the Emperor Henry III ... first threatened to give Lower Lorraine to the second son Gothelo (not known for his courage or competency and who was perhaps mentally deficient) ...
Gothelo I, Duke Of Lorraine - Family
... The name of Gothelo's wife is not known, the name Barbe de Lebarten (and in fact her entire ancestry), being a spurious concoction of later genealogists ... the Bearded, duke of Upper Lorraine Gothelo, duke of Lower Lorraine Frederick, later Pope Stephen IX Regilinda, married Albert II, Count of Namur Oda ...
Gothelo I, Duke Of Lorraine
... Gothelo (or Gozelo) (c. 967 – 19 April 1044), called the Great, was the duke of Lower Lorraine from 1023 and of Upper Lorraine from 1033 ... Gothelo was the youngest son of Godfrey I, Count of Verdun, and Matilda Billung, daughter of Herman, Duke of Saxony ... In the Battle of Bar on 15 November 1037, Gothelo dealt a decisive blow to Odo, who was trying to create an independent state between France and Germany ...
List Of State Leaders In 1044 - Europe
... Renaud I (1026–1057) Duchy of Carinthia - Henry IV (1039–1047) Duchy of Lorraine - Gothelo the Great (1033–1044) Godfrey the Bearded (1044–1046) Duchy of Lower ...