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Joan I, Countess of Burgundy

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Joan I (1191–1205), also called Joanna of Hohenstaufen, was ruling Countess of Burgundy 1200-1205, daughter of Otto I, Count of Burgundy, and Margaret, Countess of Blois.[1]

Born in 1191, Joan was countess from the time of her father's assassination at Besançon in 1200 until her own death in 1205, whereupon her sister, Beatrice II, succeeded her.[2]


Preceded by
Otto I
Countess of Burgundy
Succeeded by
Beatrice II

Categories: Countesses of Burgundy | Hohenstaufen | German countesses | 1191 births | 1205 deaths | French suo jure nobility | 13th-century women rulers | 12th-century French people | 12th-century French women | 13th-century French people | 13th-century French women

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