Odo II, Count of Blois

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Odo II (Eudes le Champenois) (983 – 15 November 1037) was the Count of Blois, Chartres, Châteaudun, Beauvais and Tours from 1004 and Count of Troyes (as Odo IV) and Meaux (as Odo I) from 1022.wikipedia
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Counts of Blois

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Odo II (Eudes le Champenois) (983 – 15 November 1037) was the Count of Blois, Chartres, Châteaudun, Beauvais and Tours from 1004 and Count of Troyes (as Odo IV) and Meaux (as Odo I) from 1022.
Bertha of Blois, the daughter of Odo II of Blois, became Duchess Consort of Brittany through her marriage to Alan II, Duke of Brittany.

Beauvais

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Odo II (Eudes le Champenois) (983 – 15 November 1037) was the Count of Blois, Chartres, Châteaudun, Beauvais and Tours from 1004 and Count of Troyes (as Odo IV) and Meaux (as Odo I) from 1022.
From 1004 to 1037, the Count of Beauvais was Odo II, Count of Blois.

Bertha of Burgundy

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Odo II was the son of Odo I of Blois and Bertha of Burgundy.
They had several children, including Odo II.

Herbert I, Count of Maine

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Defeated by Fulk III, Count of Anjou, and Herbert I, Count of Maine, at the Battle of Pontlevoy in July 1016, he quickly tried to overrun the Touraine.
In 1016, a young Herbert was allied to Fulk III in a war against Odo II of Blois.

Fulk III, Count of Anjou

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Defeated by Fulk III, Count of Anjou, and Herbert I, Count of Maine, at the Battle of Pontlevoy in July 1016, he quickly tried to overrun the Touraine.
With his county seat at Angers, Fulk’s bitter enemy was Eudes II of Blois, his neighbor 128 km east along the Loire River, at Tours.

Battle of Pontlevoy

Defeated by Fulk III, Count of Anjou, and Herbert I, Count of Maine, at the Battle of Pontlevoy in July 1016, he quickly tried to overrun the Touraine.
The Battle of Pontlevoy was fought on 6 July 1016 between the forces of Fulk III of Anjou and Herbert I of Maine on one side and Odo II of Blois on the other.

Maud of Normandy

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About 1003/4 he married Maud, a daughter of Richard I of Normandy.
Maud was married to Odo II, Count of Blois but died young and without issue.

Odo I, Count of Blois

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Odo II was the son of Odo I of Blois and Bertha of Burgundy.

Theobald III, Count of Blois

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He was son of Odo II, Count of Blois and Ermengarde of Auvergne.

Richard I of Normandy

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About 1003/4 he married Maud, a daughter of Richard I of Normandy.

Theodoric I, Duke of Upper Lorraine

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From there he attacked Ebles, the archbishop of Reims, and Theodoric I, Duke of Lorraine.
He was captured a second time in 1018 in combat with Burgundy, but overcame Odo II of Blois, also count of Meaux, Chartres, and Troyes (later Champagne).

Alan III, Duke of Brittany

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In 1018 Alan married Bertha of Blois, daughter of Odo II, Count of Blois and his second wife Ermengarde of Auvergne.

Stephen I, Count of Troyes

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After the death of his cousin Stephen I in 1019/20, without heirs he seized Troyes, Meaux and all of Champagne for himself without royal approval.
The title of Count of Meaux passed to Odo II of Blois.

Rudolph III of Burgundy

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In 1032, he invaded the Kingdom of Burgundy on the death of Rudolph III.
This agreement was contested by Rudolph's nobles, Count Odo II of Blois and Count Reginald I of Burgundy.

Stephen II of Troyes

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He was the son of (Eudes) Odo II, Count of Blois and, Chartres, Rheims, Troyes and Meaux, and of Ermengarde of Auvergne.

Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor

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He retreated in the face of a coalition of the Emperor Conrad II and the new king of France, Henry I.
Count Odo II of Blois, who had familial ties to Rudolph, also claimed a right in the succession.

Count of Champagne

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Odo II (Eudes le Champenois) (983 – 15 November 1037) was the Count of Blois, Chartres, Châteaudun, Beauvais and Tours from 1004 and Count of Troyes (as Odo IV) and Meaux (as Odo I) from 1022.

Hugh IV, Count of Maine

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Hugh married c. 1046 Bertha of Blois, who was the widow of Alan III, Duke of Brittany, and daughter of Odo II, Count of Blois and Ermengarde of Auvergne.

Chartres

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Odo II (Eudes le Champenois) (983 – 15 November 1037) was the Count of Blois, Chartres, Châteaudun, Beauvais and Tours from 1004 and Count of Troyes (as Odo IV) and Meaux (as Odo I) from 1022.

Châteaudun

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Odo II (Eudes le Champenois) (983 – 15 November 1037) was the Count of Blois, Chartres, Châteaudun, Beauvais and Tours from 1004 and Count of Troyes (as Odo IV) and Meaux (as Odo I) from 1022.

Count of Tours

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Odo II (Eudes le Champenois) (983 – 15 November 1037) was the Count of Blois, Chartres, Châteaudun, Beauvais and Tours from 1004 and Count of Troyes (as Odo IV) and Meaux (as Odo I) from 1022.

Meaux

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Odo II (Eudes le Champenois) (983 – 15 November 1037) was the Count of Blois, Chartres, Châteaudun, Beauvais and Tours from 1004 and Count of Troyes (as Odo IV) and Meaux (as Odo I) from 1022.

Kingdom of Italy

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He twice tried to make himself a king: first in Italy after 1024 and then in Burgundy after 1032.