Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou

945 - 1026

Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou

Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou (c.  940 –1026) was the countess consort by marriage of Gévaudan and Forez, of Toulouse, of Provence, and of Burgundy; and queen consort of Aquitaine. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou has received more than 70,946 page views. Her biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 9,094th most popular politician.

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Among politicians, Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou ranks 9,058 out of 14,801Before her are Adolphus Frederick V, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Aulus Postumius Albinus, Edmund Stoiber, Duke George of Oldenburg, Rafael Urdaneta, and Thoros I, Prince of Armenia. After her are Sonni Ali, Ashur-resh-ishi I, Jaan Poska, Bo Yibo, Carl Johan Thyselius, and Eberhard I, Duke of Württemberg.

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Among people born in 945, Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou ranks 5Before her are Eric the Victorious, Al-Maqdisi, Abbo of Fleury, and Otto, Duke of Burgundy.  Among people deceased in 1026, Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou ranks 5Before her are Richard II, Duke of Normandy, Henry V, Duke of Bavaria, Otto-William, Count of Burgundy, and Theodoric I, Duke of Upper Lorraine.

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In France

Among people born in France, Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou ranks 2,553 out of 4,109Before her are Théophraste Renaudot (1586), Jérôme Eugène Coggia (1849), Jacques Deray (1929), Charles-Louis Havas (1783), Paul Émile Chabas (1869), and Olivier Panis (1966). After her are Georges Marchais (1920), Eugène Belgrand (1810), Christian Louboutin (1964), Roussel de Bailleul (1100), André Téchiné (1943), and Marie Bracquemond (1840).