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Oda of Saxony

Oda of Saxony

Saxon princess
The basics
Quick Facts
Intro Saxon princess
A.K.A. Oda van Saksen
Occupations Queen consort
Gender female
Mother: Hedwiga
Father: Otto IDuke of Saxony
Siblings: Henry I the Fowler
Spouse: Gerard of MetzZwentibold
Children: Oda of MetzWigfridGodfreyCount Palatine of LotharingiaBenedettaCecilia
The details

Oda of Saxony (877 – aft. 952) was a Saxon princess. She was the daughter of Otto I, Duke of Saxony (880 – 912) and Hedwiga of Babenberg. She married King Zwentibold of Lotharingia and at his death in August 900 (when Oda was younger than 15), she contracted a second marriage with Count Gerhard I of Metz. From this union were born:
Wigfried, abbot of St. Ursula in Cologne, and then archbishop of Cologne from 924 to 953.
Oda (Uda) of Metz (d. aft. 18 May 963), married Gozlin, Count of Bidgau and Methingau (d. 942).
A daughter of name unknown.
Godfrey, count of the Jülichgau.

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