Gerberga of Lorraine
Gerberga of Lorraine (c. 925–995) was a lady of the highest European nobility who became the wife of Megingoz of Guelders around 945.
She was a daughter of Godfrey, Count Palatine of Lotharingia and Ermentrude, possibly the eldest daughter of Charles the Simple. On her father's side she was a granddaughter of Gerhard I of Metz and Oda of Saxony, daughter of Otto I, Duke of Saxony.
She founded the abbey of Vilich, northeast of Bonn. She died in 995. Megingoz died shortly afterwards, after 998.
With Megingoz, she had the following children:
- Godfrey (d. 977), killed at a young age in a campaign against Bohemia
- Irmtrud of Avalgau, who married Herbert of Wetterau
- Adelaide, Abbess of Vilich
- Bertada (d. 1000), abbess in Cologne