Er ist verheiratet mit AREMBERGE DE BURGUNDY.im Jahr 1013.
Dalmatius I of Semur (about 985 - 1048 ), is a French noble, lord of Semur-in-Brionnais . The name is sometimes spelled "Dalmas".
Dalmace I of Semur is the eldest son of Geoffroy I of Semur (930/955 - † 960/1020), lord of Semur (955 - 990), and his first wife N. de Brioude, daughter of Dalmace II viscount of Brioude (935 - † 960).
He had siblings and four half brothers
Renaud de Semur († 1040 or later)
Geoffroy II of Semur 2 (987 - † 1037), marry Adelaide de Guînes ( - † 1017) It would be him who by sorrow lost a little reason and recovered it while going on a pilgrimage on the relics of Saint Benedict at the Priory of Perrecy . He is the father of Raingarde de Semur
Lambert of Semur (990 - † 1065 Tolosa )
Hervé de Donzy (1010 - † 1055), married a nee ... of Donzy (? - † 1017), including a known child: Geoffroy de Donzy
Eudes de Donzy (°? - †?), Wife?
Thibaut de Semur , count of Chalon
He was a man with great qualities, his contemporaries dubbed him the Great . He loved justice and was a fervent Christian. He refused to participate in the depredations committed by the lords of the neighborhood of Cluny on this abbey. These depredations were condemned by Pope Benedict VIII (1012-1024) who excommunicated some culprits.
Having become in 1032 Duke of Burgundy, his son-in-law claimed the Auxerrois arms in hand as belonging to the Duchy of Burgundy , against Renaud son of Count Landri Count of Nevers , to whom King Robert had given the County of Auxerre during the Renaud's wedding with his daughter Adelaide de France
Dalmace would have taken up the cause for Renaud, preferring justice to his family affections a battle began in Seignelay the May 24, 1040 . The Count of Nevers was killed and beaten during this clash. The Duke of Burgundy, seeing his father-in-law, fell upon him and killed him, as well as his brother-in-law, who interposed. It seems to show that this tragedy could not take place in this battle. The parricide could only take place around 1048-1050.
Marriage and descent
Around 1013 , he married Aremberge or Aremburge of Burgundy , lady of Vergy (988 or 999 - after 1016 or 1025?) daughter of Henry I of Burgundy said the Great Robertian, Duke of Burgundy (945- 1002), and Mahaut de Chalon, lady of Donzy (around 968 - 1015), with whom he had ten children:
Héliette de Semur , or Helie wrongly called Elvie or Hermegarde (about 1015 to Semur-22 April after 1055) , married around 1032 to Robert I of Burgundy , Duke of Burgundy (~ 1011 - 1076), who murdered her father-in-law, she then entered the priory of Marcigny.
Geoffroy III of Semur , (1018/1025 - ~ 1090), 5th seigneur of Semur, married to Alix de Guines (1030). He gave up the mode and retired to Cluny with one of his sons and three of his daughters retired to the priory of Marcigny , then he became prior of the community of Marcigny .
Hugues de Semur , known as Cluny saint Hugues (1024 - 1109), abbot of Cluny .
André de Semur , (? - †?), Present in 1063 to the donation of lands and his lordship of La Roche-Millay in the Morvan , made that year by his elder brother Geoffroy II at the priory of Marcigny.
Josserand de Semur , or " Joceran " († 1048), killed at the same time as his father by two soldiers of the duke while he interposed in the dispute. The murderer, overcome with remorse and also to escape justice, came to Cluny to confess his crime to St. Hugh, who forgave him and admitted him to the religious.
Dalmatian of Semur , said " the Young ", lord of the stem of Montaigu (towards 1020), Oyé and Trémont. He is often quoted in the charters of his brother Geoffroy. Of his wife whose name is unknown, he had two sons: Renaud de Semur, lord of Montaigu after his father, and Hugues de Semur said Hugues de Montaigu , abbot of Saint-Germain d'Auxerre , then bishop of Auxerre, city where he died in 1136.
Adélaïde de Semur also known as Aélis de Semur (1055 - †?), Wife of Baron Dalmas de Châtel-Montagne in Bourbonnais . She had for dowry the seigniory of Vitry-lès-Paray with large estates at Briennon . She entered the priory of Marcigny in 1066 and with the consent of his son Pierre de Châtel, made notable donations on Vitry and Briennon to the priory Marcigny.
Mathilde de Semur , known as Mahaut (around 1030), married with Guichard de Bourbon-Lancy, lord of La Motte Saint-Jean . Widow, she entered in 1082 the priory of Marcigny .
Cécile de Semur.
Evelle or Ouelle.
Hermengarde de Semur 18 , first prioress of Marcigny in 1061.
Renaud de Semur (circa 1016-? BC 1040), married to Adele de Bar (circa 1010-1053), countess of Bar-sur-Aube .
The "murder" of Dalmatius I of Semur-en-Brionnais
Robert was violent and fierce. According to some historians, in particular E. Petit , taken up by Eugène Jarry 21 , to whom the historian Jean Richard does not subscribe, this version of the facts is identical to the thesis developed by E. Petit. . The historian Jean Richard refutes and, for his part, is content to write about the death of Dalmace (or Damascus as he writes): " We do not know anything about the kind of death which succumbed Damascus Semur " . But he nevertheless provides the following details: " Hildebert (Hildebert of Le Mans) , reports that the duke his son-in-law had destroyed" propria manu ", which allowed the historians Brionnais to assume that he had died during the War of Auxerrois. As for Petit, he adds to the death of Damascus that of the son of the latter, Joceran, killed by "two soldiers of the duke", going beyond the testimony of our sources " . The same historian, following an interpretation due to Maillard de Chambure ( History and description of the church of N.-D. Semur-en-Auxois), assumes that Damascus was poisoned at a banquet attended by his son-in-law, according to the tympanum of the Porte des Bleds, at the Collegiate Church of Our Lady of Semur-en-Auxois , executed only after 1250 and which represents a banquet at the court of King Gondophorus, among other scenes of the legend of St. Thomas. The contortions of a dancer have been likened to the convulsions of poisoned Damascus. This error of interpretation is due to a confusion between the two Semur, committed by Courtépée who knew however that the seal of Duchess Hélie had been discovered at the castle of Semur-en-Brionnais and affirms nevertheless that Notre-Dame de Semur had been built by Robert I in expiation of the murder of Damascus where the Duke Robert would, in a fit of anger following a quarrel over a meal, killed his father-in-law Dalmace of Semur, as well as his brother-in-law Jocerand, son of Dalmace, who wanted to intervene.
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