Bertha of Savoy

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Wife of Emperor Henry IV, Queen of Germany and Holy Roman Empress.

Daughter of Count Otto of Savoy (also called Eudes and Odo) and Adelaide of Susa.

Mother of:
– Adelheid (died in childhood)
– Henry (died in infancy)
– Agnes of Germany (second wife of Margrave Leopold III)
– Conrad II of Italy (Roman-German King, King of Italy)
– King Henry V (Roman-German King and Holy Roman Emperor)

mtDNA HVR1 and HVR2 data was derived from DNA testing of the remains of her daughter, Agnes of Germany.

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