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  1. Baldwin IV (980 – 30 May 1035), called the Bearded, was the count of Flanders from 987 until his death. Baldwin IV was the son of Count Arnulf II of Flanders (c. 961 — 987) and Rozala of Italy (950/60 – 1003), of the House of Ivrea. He succeeded his father as Count of Flanders in 987, but with his mother Rozala as the regent until his ...

  2. Baldwin V thereupon ruled as Baldwin VIII of Flanders by right of marriage. When Countess Margaret I died in 1194, Flanders descended to her eldest son, Baldwin IX. In 1186, the younger Baldwin had married Marie, daughter of Count Henry I of Champagne, and Marie of France.

  3. 01/06/2010 · Baldwin V, Count of Hainaut. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Baldwin V of Hainaut (1150 – December 17, 1195) was count of Hainaut (1171–1195), count of Flanders as Baldwin VIII (1191–1195) and margrave of Namur as Baldwin I (1189–1195). [edit]History. He was the son of Baldwin IV, Count of Hainaut.

  4. 08/11/2020 · He was soon defeated by an imperial army and was deposed imprisoned together with his son (Gibichenstein, 1045). When his son died in prison, the war recommenced. Baldwin V of Flanders joined Godfrey and Henry gave Thierry, Bishop of Verdun, the eponymous county. Godfrey surprised the bishop (who escaped) and sacked Verdun, burning the cathedral.