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Amadeus V of Savoy

Amadeus V (b. 1252 or 1253 - d. 1323), surnamed the Great, was the Count of Savoy from 1285 to 1323

married to

1. Sybille of Bage[?] and had 4 children
1. Edoardo
2. Aimone
3. Margaret d. 1349, married to William I of Montferrato
4. Agnes d. 1372, married to William III of Geneva

2. Maria of Brabante[?] and had 2 children
1. Catherine d. 1336, married to Leopold I (b. 1293 probably in Vienna - d. February 28, 1326 Strasbourg), duke of Austria and Styria, third son of Albert I and Elisabeth of Gorz-Tyrol
2. Joan (Giovanna) d. 1359, married to Byzantine Emperor Andronicus III

preceded by Filippo I
succeeded by Edoardo

See also: Kings of Savoy

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