|Died||29 July 1108||Buried At|
|Father||Henry (I, King of France 1031-1060)||Mother||Anne (of Kiev)|
|Died||29 July 1108 /|
Family Tree Details
Philippe (I, King of France 1060-1108) (b.1052 - d.1108)
+Bertha (of Frisia, Holland)
| = Louis (VI, The Fat, King of France 1108-1137) (b.1108 - d.1137)
| +Adelaide (of Savoy) (b.1092 - d.1154)
| = Philip (of France) (b.1116 - d.1131)
| = Louis (VII, The Young, King of France, 1137-1180) (b.1121 - d.1180)
| +Eleanor (of Aquitaine) (b.1122 - d.1204)
| | = Mary (of Champagne) (b.1145 - )
| | = Alice (Daughter of Eleanor of Aquitaine) (b.1150 - d.1198)
| +Constance (of Castile)
| | = Alys (Daugher of Louis VII) (b.1160 - d.1220)
| | = Margaret (Young Queen of England) (b.1158? - d.1197?)
| +Adela (of Champagne) (b.1145? - d.1206)
| = Philippe (II Augustus, King of France 1180-1223) (b.1165 - d.1223)
| = Agnes (of France) (b.1171 - d.1220?)
+Bertrada (of Montfort)
Henry I King of France died. His son, Philippe, became King although he was only eight years old. France was administered by Baldwin one of Philippe's uncles.
Edgar the Aetheling joined forces with King Malcolm in Scotland and King Philippe I of France in an attempt to take the English throne. A storm in the North Sea brought the endevour to an end and Edgar surrendered to William the Conqueror.
Louis VI, the Fat, became king of France, upon the death of his father Philippe I.
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