House of Ardenne
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The House of Ardenne (or Ardennes, French Maison d'Ardenne) was an important medieval noble family from Lotharingia, known from at least the tenth century. They had several important branches, descended from several brothers:
- The House of Ardenne–Verdun, with several Dukes of Lower Lotharingia, descended from Count Gozelin.
- The House of Ardenne–Bar, with several Dukes of Upper Lotharingia, descended from Frederick I, Duke of Upper Lorraine.
- The House of Ardenne–Luxembourg, descended from Count Sigfried.
|Wigeric of Lotharingia|
HOUSE OF ARDENNE
|Cunigunda of France||Ricwin, Count of Verdun|
|Adalbero I of Metz||Gozlin, Count of Bidgau|
HOUSE OF ARDENNE-VERDUN
|Frederick I, Duke of Upper Lorraine|
HOUSE OF ARDENNE-BAR
|Sigfried of Luxembourg|
HOUSE OF ARDENNE-LUXEMBOURG
|Godfrey I, Count of Verdun||Theodoric I, Duke of Upper Lorraine||Frederick of Luxembourg|
- Parisse, ‘Généalogie de la Maison d'Ardenne’, La maison d'Ardenne Xe-XIe siècles. Actes des Journées Lotharingiennes, 24 - 26 oct. 1980, Centre Univ., Luxembourg, (1981) 9-41