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Margaret of Flanders, Duchess of Brabant

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Margaret of Flanders, Duchess of Brabant

Margaret of Flanders (died July 3, 1285) was the daughter of Guy of Dampierre and his first wife Matilda of Béthune.

She married John I, Duke of Brabant in 1273. She was the mother of:

  1. Godfrey (1273/74 – aft. September 13, 1283).
  2. John II of Brabant (1275–1312).
  3. Margaret of Brabant (4 October 1276 – 14 December 1311, Genoa), married 9 June 1292 to Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor.
  4. Marie (d. after 2 December 1338), married to Count Amadeus V of Savoy.
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