Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg

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Ida of Austria (c. undefined 1055 – September 1101) was a Margravine of Austria by marriage to Leopold II of Austria.wikipedia
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Leopold II, Margrave of Austria

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undefined 1055 – September 1101) was a Margravine of Austria by marriage to Leopold II of Austria. She married Leopold II of Austria and had a son, Leopold III.
However, he switched sides under the influence of his wife Ida and Bishop Altmann of Passau, a loyal supporter of Pope Gregory who was expelled from his diocese by Henry's forces in 1078.

Crusade of 1101

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She was a crusader, participating in the Crusade of 1101 with her own army.
As soon as William II left Constantinople, a third army arrived, led by William IX of Aquitaine, Hugh of Vermandois (one of those who had not fulfilled his vow on the First Crusade), and Welf I, Duke of Bavaria; accompanying them was Ida of Austria, mother of Leopold III of Austria.

Leopold III, Margrave of Austria

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She married Leopold II of Austria and had a son, Leopold III.
Leopold was born at Babenberg castle in Gars am Kamp, the son of Margrave Leopold II and Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg.

Imad ad-Din Zengi

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Later legends claimed that she was the mother of the Muslim hero Zengi, but this is impossible on chronological grounds.
According to Crusader legend, Zengi's mother was Ida of Austria (mother of Leopold III of Austria), who had supposedly been captured during the Crusade of 1101 and placed in a harem.

Luitpold of Znojmo

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By his marriage to Princess Ida of Babenberg, daughter of Margeve Leopold II of Austria and his consort Ida of Formbach, he had one son, the other children (if any) are unknown;

Cham (district)

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Ida was the daughter of Rapoto IV of Cham and Mathilde.

Heraclea Cybistra

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In September of that year, Ida and her army were among those ambushed at Heraclea Cybistra by the sultan Kilij Arslan I.

Kilij Arslan I

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In September of that year, Ida and her army were among those ambushed at Heraclea Cybistra by the sultan Kilij Arslan I.

Ekkehard of Aura

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Ekkehard of Aura reports that Ida was killed in the fighting, but rumors persisted that she survived, and was carried off to a harem.

Harem

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Ekkehard of Aura reports that Ida was killed in the fighting, but rumors persisted that she survived, and was carried off to a harem.

Kilij Arslan II

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*Kilij Arslan II – who claimed blood cousinage with Henry the Lion

Henry the Lion

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*Kilij Arslan II – who claimed blood cousinage with Henry the Lion