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Judith van Polen
< 1154-> 1201

Hendrik I van Anhalt
± 1170-1252

± 1211

Household of Hendrik I van Anhalt

He is married to Irmgard van Thüringen.

They got married about 1211.Source 1


  1. Hedwig van Anhalt  ????-1259 

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