Note: Matilda of France From Wikipedia Matilda, Queen of Burgundy Matilda of France (943 - 27 January 992), was Queen of Burgundy as the wife of King Conrad. A Carolingian, she was born to King Louis IV of France and his wife, Gerberga of Saxony. Matilda married King Conrad of Burgundy in 964. As her dowry, the young Queen brought her husband the city of Vienne, which her brother Lothar had ceded her. Issue: Bertha of Burgundy (967 \endash 16 January 1016), married Odo I, Count of Blois, and then King Robert II of France Matilda of Burgundy (born 969), possibly married Robert, Count of Geneva Rudolph III of Burgundy (971 \endash 6 September 1032) Gerberga of Burgundy (born 965), married Herman II, Duke of Swabia Queen Matilda died on 27 January 992. References 1. Reuter, Timothy (2000). The New Cambridge Medieval History: c. 900-c. 1024. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521364477.
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