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  1. James I of Bourbon (1319 – 6 April 1362), was a French prince du sang, and the son of Louis I, Duke of Bourbon and Mary of Avesnes.He was Count of Ponthieu from 1351 to 1360, and Count of La Marche from 1341 to his death.

  2. 29/08/2021 · Baldwin of Boulogne was killed in 1027/1033 by Enguerrand I of Ponthieu. He married Adelina of Holland (of Frisia), daughter of Count Arnold of Holland and his wife Lutgardis of Luxemburg, and was the father of Eustace I of Boulogne (995-1049), who succeeded him. His wife remarried Enguerrand I of Ponthieu (his killer), who took the title of Count.

  3. She was the eldest daughter of Simon of Dammartin, Count of Ponthieu (1180- 21 September 1239), and his wife Marie of Ponthieu, Countess of Montreuil (17 April 1199 – 1251). Her paternal grandparents were Alberic III, Count of Dammartin , and Mahaut de Clermont, daughter of Renaud de Clermont , Count of Clermont-en-Beauvaisis, and Clémence de Bar.

  4. 03/06/2021 · He succeeded his father as count of Ponthieu some time between 1105 and 1111, when he alone as count made a gift to the abbey of Cluny. His father Robert de Bellême had turned against Henry I on several occasions, had escaped capture at the battle of Tinchebrai in 1106 commanding Duke Robert's rear guard and later, while serving as envoy for King Louis of France, he was arrested by Henry I ...

  5. William Longsword attacked Flanders in 939 and Arnulf I, Count of Flanders, and Louis IV, King of France, attacked Normandy because of this.Arnulf captured the castle of Montreuil-sur-Mer defeating Herluin, Count of Ponthieu.

  6. Robert would became Count of Hiémois. In August 1026 their father, Richard II, died and Richard III became the fifth duke. But once Richard III began to reign, Robert was not satisfied with his position. He raided the diocese of his uncle Robert II, Archbishop of Rouen. He also captured his brother's fortress city of Falaise.

  7. The Bayeux Tapestry is one of the world’s most famous pieces of medieval art. It is seventy-metres long, and chronicles the legendary tale of the Norman conquest of England, when William the Conqueror invaded and defeated King Harold Godwinson.