Otto-William, Count of Burgundy

958 - 1026

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Otto-William (French: Otte-Guillaume; German: Otto Wilhelm; 955/62 – 21 September 1026 AD) was count of Mâcon, Nevers, and Burgundy. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Otto-William, Count of Burgundy has received more than 102,425 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia. Otto-William, Count of Burgundy is the 409th most popular nobleman (down from 388th in 2019).

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Among noblemen, Otto-William, Count of Burgundy ranks 409 out of 843. Before him are Frances Shand Kydd, Maria Theresa of Austria, Jacquetta of Luxembourg, Frederick August I, Duke of Oldenburg, Duchess Alexandra of Oldenburg, and Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark. After him are John V, Duke of Brittany, Prince Ludwig Ferdinand of Bavaria, Beatrice of Silesia, Charles II Gonzaga, Duke of Nevers, Demetrius Zvonimir of Croatia, and Louis Armand II, Prince of Conti.

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Among people born in 958, Otto-William, Count of Burgundy ranks 4Before him are Vladimir the Great, Basil II, and Samuel of Bulgaria.  Among people deceased in 1026, Otto-William, Count of Burgundy ranks 3Before him are Richard II, Duke of Normandy and Henry V, Duke of Bavaria. After him are Theodoric I, Duke of Upper Lorraine, Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou, and Frederick II, Duke of Upper Lorraine.

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