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Alberic III of Dammartin (Aubry de Dammartin) (c. 1138 – 19 September 1200) was a French count and son of Alberic II, Count of Dammartin, and Clémence de Bar, daughter of Reginald I, Count of Bar.

Alberic III of Dammartin
Bornc. 1138
Died19 September 1200
BuriedJumièges Abbey
Noble familyHouse of Dammartin
FatherAlberic II, Count of Dammartin
MotherClémence de Bar

He married Mathilde, heiress to the county of Clermont and daughter of Renaud II, Count of Clermont. They had five children:[1]


  1. ^ Lindy Grant, Architecture and society in Normandy 1120-1270, Yale University Press, 2005
  2. ^ John Woodward in Notes and queries Oxford Journals, Oxford University Press, 1871, pp 437-428