|Adélaïde DE SAVOIE
Adélaïde DE SAVOIE
- Born: 1052-1053
- Married: 1067
- Died: Between Jan 1079 and Mar 1079
The Annales of Berthold, which record the death in 1079 of "uxor…regis Roudolfi…Adelheit, filia Adelheidæ marchionissæ, soror Berhtæ reginæ uxoris Heinrici", confirm that Adelaide was the daughter of Adelaida di Susa. Adelaide's daughter Adelheid is named with "progenitoribus Rodolfo…rege et Adelheida…regina matertera Heinrici quarti inperatoris" in a charter dated [1079/10 Oct 1086]. She is named "Adalheid coniux Ruodulfi ducis" in the Annales Weissemburgenses, which record that she was accused of being unchaste, was repudiated by her husband two years later, and found asylum at the court of Pope Alexander II. The Annales of Berthold record that "rex…Roudolfus…uxor" was "in partes Burgundiæ a Turego divertens", suffering "iniurias" in "quodam castello suo". The wife of "Rudolfus rex de Arle" is named "Adelheidis" in a list of founders of the monastery of St Peter in Schwarzwald. The Annales Sancti Blasii record the death in 1079 of "Adelheit uxor Roudolfi regis" and her burial "apud Sanctum Blasium". The Annales of Berthold record the death in 1079 of "uxor…regis Roudolfi…Adelheit, filia Adelheidæ marchionissæ, soror Berhtæ reginæ uxoris Heinrici" and her burial "ad monasterium Sancti Blasii".
Adélaïde married Rudolf VON RHEINFELDEN Duke of Swabia (1057-1079), son of Gf. Kuno VON RHEINFELDEN and Richilda VON ÖHNINGEN, in 1067. (Rudolf VON RHEINFELDEN Duke of Swabia (1057-1079) was born about 1025 in Rheinfelden, Baden-Württemberg, Germany and died on 15 Oct 1080 in Merseburg.)