Judith of Babenberg
|Judith of Babenberg|
|Marchioness of Montferrat|
An imaginary portrait of Judith of Babenberg, painted by Hans Part in 1490, as part of the Genealogy of the Babenberg Ladies at Klosterneuburg Abbey, founded by her parents. The inscription misnames her husband as "Renier".
|Spouse(s)||William V of Montferrat|
House of Babenberg (by birth) |
House of Aleramici (by marriage)
|Father||Leopold III, Margrave of Austria|
|Mother||Agnes of Germany|
|Born||c. late 1110s/1120|
Judith of Babenberg (c. late 1110s/1120 – after 1168), (Jutta, sometimes called Julitta or Ita in Latin sources), was a daughter of Agnes of Germany and her second husband Leopold III, Margrave of Austria. The chronicler Otto of Freising was one of her older brothers; Conrad III of Germany her half-brother. Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor was her nephew.
- William Longsword, Count of Jaffa and Ascalon; father of Baldwin V of Jerusalem.
- Conrad of Montferrat, King of Jerusalem
- Boniface of Montferrat; his successor to Montferrat and founder of the Kingdom of Thessalonica.
- Frederick of Montferrat, Bishop of Alba
- Renier of Montferrat; married into the Byzantine imperial family.
And three daughters:
- Agnes of Montferrat; married Count Guido Guerra III Guidi of Modigliana. The marriage was annulled on grounds of childlessness before 1180, when Guido remarried, and Agnes entered the convent of Santa Maria di Rocca delle Donne.
- Adelasia (Azalaïs) of Montferrat (d. 1232); married Manfred II, Marquess of Saluzzo, c. 1182, and was regent for her grandson, Manfred III.
- An unidentified daughter, who married Albert, Marquess of Malaspina.
Judith was still living in 1168, but seems to have died before her husband went to the Kingdom of Jerusalem after their grandson Baldwin's coronation as King of Jerusalem in the 1180s.
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