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Données personnelles Jutta van Luxemburg 

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Ancêtres (et descendants) de Jutta van Luxemburg

Jutta van Luxemburg
± 1036-1082



Famille de Jutta van Luxemburg

Elle est mariée avec Walram II van Arlon.

Ils se sont mariés


Enfant(s):

  1. Hendrik I van Limburg  ± 1056-1119 


Notes par Jutta van Luxemburg

JUTTA [Judith] . Jutta is named, as shown below, as the daughter of Frédéric de Luxembourg Duke of Lower Lotharingia and as the mother of Hendrik [I] Graaf van Limburg but the identity of her husband is open to doubt. The question revolves around how Hendrik [I] inherited the county of Arlon, Judith and her husband forming part of the overall picture. Two alternative cases explaining Hendrik’s Arlon inheritance are set out in detail in the document LIMBURG. Both cases confirm that Jutta was Hendrik’s mother, but the conclusions concerning his father are different:

Under Alternative (1) of these two cases, Hendrik would have been the son of Waléran [II] Comte d’Arlon. This case is based on the Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines which records that "Henricus Lembergensis qui ducatum perdidit" [=Graaf Hendrik] was "filius...antiqui Walerani", an earlier passage in the same source naming “Adela comitissa Arelung vel Areleonis...soror Sigifridi [error for Friderici] filia...ducis Theoderici” and her two sons “Fulconem et Galeranum”, noting that Waléran “per uxorem suam” [unnamed] had "dominium ultra Mosam prope Leodium" and built “castrum de Lemburch”[134]. This text is consistent with a later part of the Genealogica ex Stirpe Sancti Arnulfi which records that "Gerberga soror Eustachii comitis, ex Friderico duce” [Frédéric de Luxembourg Duke of Lower Lotharingia] gave birth to “filiam Iuttam” who was mother of “Henricum de Lemburc”[135], but does not name Jutta’s husband. Reading these two sources together, Jutta would have married Waléran [II] Comte d'Arlon, son of Waléran [I] Comte d’Arlon & his wife Adelais de Lotharingia ([1015/30]-after [1084/85]). Hendrik would then have inherited Limburg from his mother and Arlon from his father.

Under Alternative (2), Hendrik [I] would have acquired Arlon from his wife, who was heiress of the county. In that hypothesis, he had no direct Arlon ancestry. His father could not therefore have been Waléran [II] Comte d’Arlon. This case is based on the Gesta Treverorum which records that "comitissa de castello…Aralunæ, mater...comitum Walramni et Folconis” [mother of Waléran [II] Comte d’Arlon] donated property to Trier after her husband died and that "huius comitissa neptem, filii filiam" [daughter of Waléran, or of his brother Foulques, or of another otherwise unrecorded brother] married "Heinricus dux…Lempurch" with “castellum...Lempurch” as her dowry[136]. It should be noted that the last part of this extract from the Gesta cannot be accurate as Hendrik’s wife could have had no Limburg ancestry under this Alternative (2). No source identities Jutta’s husband. Kupper suggests that he was Udo Graaf van Limburg[137] (for hyperlinking purposes only, this case would be: Udo Graaf van Limburg, son of ---). Kupper’s hypothesis is not entirely satisfactory. While this possible identification is an obvious one as Udo was Hendrik’s immediate predecessor in Limburg, Hendrik inherited Limburg from his mother whoever his father was. In addition, the absence of the name Udo among Hendrik’s known descendants also appears to suggest some doubt about this possible identification of Jutta’s husband. A further point is that, after Udo died, Hendrik did not inherit the advocacy of Saint-Trond, which passed to Otto de Looz Comte de Duras (who had been sous-avocat under Udo, see the document LOWER LOTHARINGIA NOBILITY). The advocacy in fact passed from Otto’s son Giselbert to Hendrik’s son Walram in [1124/27], which suggests the resolution of a long-standing dispute which may be understandable if Hendrik’s right was not inherited from Udo in a direct line.

Bronnen:

[134] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1064, 1107, MGH SS XXIII, pp. 794, 816.

[135] Genealogica ex Stirpe Sancti Arnulfi descendentium Mettensis 4, MGH SS XXV, p. 383.

[136] Gesta Treverorum 16, 1122, MGH SS VIII, p. 189. The date "1032" is included in the footnote by the editor.

[137] Kupper ‘Limbourg-sur-Vesdre’ (2007), p. 629.

https://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/LUXEMBOURG.htm#JudithMWaleranArlon

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Les sources

  1. Foundation for Medieval Genealogy
  2. Genealogie Mittelalter

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