Gautier III de Brienne, est comte de Brienne de 1190 à 1205 et roi titulaire de Sicile de 1200 à 1205. Il était fils d'Érard II, comte de Brienne, et d'Agnès de Montfaucon ou de Montbéliard.↑ Gautier III de Brienne sur le site Early Blazon↑ Gautier III de Brienne sur Medieval Lands

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  • Gautier III de Brienne, est comte de Brienne de 1190 à 1205 et roi titulaire de Sicile de 1200 à 1205. Il était fils d'Érard II, comte de Brienne, et d'Agnès de Montfaucon ou de Montbéliard.
  • Wouter III van Brienne (?, ? - Sarno, 14 juni 1205) was de oudste zoon van Everhard II van Brienne en van Agnes van Montfaucon. Hij volgde zijn vader in 1191 op als graaf van Brienne.Wouter was gehuwd met Maria Elvira van Hauteville, dochter van Tancred van Sicilië en zuster van de afgezette koning Willem III van Sicilië. Hij werd de vader van: Wouter IVAnais, gehuwd met Balian I van Sidon.Vermits Wouter door paus Innocentius III erkend werd als heer van Taranto, hertog van Apulië en graaf van Lecce, nam hij ook de titel aan van "koning van Sicilië". Wouter viel in 1205 in een hinderlaag van Diephold van Voburg, viel in Duitse handen en stierf.
  • Walter III of Brienne (died June 14, 1205) was the Count of Brienne 1191–1205, Prince of Taranto, Duke of Apulia, and Count of Lecce, and titular King of Sicily 1201–1205. He was the son of Erard II of Brienne and Agnès of Montfaucon.In 1200 he married Maria, daughter of Tancred of Sicily and sister and heiress of the deposed king William III of Sicily. Her precise name is unclear but has been given variously as Mary, Elvira, Albiria, Albinia, or Blanche. She died after 1216. At the time of their marriage, she and her family were exiles in France, trying to find allies to reclaim the Kingdom of Sicily from the young King Frederick. As her husband, Walter was recognized by Pope Innocent III as Prince of Taranto, Duke of Apulia, and Count of Lecce. After the Battle of Agnella in 1201, he took the title of King of Sicily. In 1204, he was besieged in the fortress of Terracina by Diepold of Vohburg and lost an eye to an arrow, but he broke the siege and put Diepold to flight. On June 11, 1205, he was ambushed by a sally of Diepold's while besieging him at Sarno and mortally wounded. He died in German hands on June 14, 1205, and was buried at the church of St. Maria della Foce in Sarno.In 1205, his widow gave birth to his son, Walter IV of Brienne; but he received only the County of Brienne, his Sicilian inheritance having been confiscated because of his father's rebellion.His daughter Anais married Balian I Grenier, Lord of Sidon, and was also a mistress of Frederick II.His widow Elvira married secondly Giacomo Sanseverino, Count of Tricario, and thirdly Tigrini Guidi, Count of Modigliano (or Count Palatine in Tuscany?)
  • Gualtieri III di Brienne in francese Gauthier de Candie, le comte de Brienne (1166 circa – Sarno, 14 giugno 1205) fu conte di Brienne (1191 – 1205), Principe di Taranto, Duca di Puglia, Conte di Lecce e Re titolare di Gerusalemme (1201 – 1205).
  • Walter III. von Brienne (frz: Gauthier de Brienne, ital: Gualtiero di Brienne; † 14. Juni 1205) war ein Graf von Brienne (1191-1205), sowie (de jure uxoris) ein Fürst von Tarent und Graf von Lecce. Er war der älteste Sohn des Grafen Érard II. und der Agnes von Montbéliard, sein jüngerer Bruder war Johann von Brienne, der spätere König von Jerusalem und lateinischer Kaiser von Konstantinopel.Der Vater starb 1191 während des dritten Kreuzzuges, worauf Walter als Graf von Brienne nachfolgte.
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  • Gautier III de Brienne, est comte de Brienne de 1190 à 1205 et roi titulaire de Sicile de 1200 à 1205. Il était fils d'Érard II, comte de Brienne, et d'Agnès de Montfaucon ou de Montbéliard.↑ Gautier III de Brienne sur le site Early Blazon↑ Gautier III de Brienne sur Medieval Lands
  • Gualtieri III di Brienne in francese Gauthier de Candie, le comte de Brienne (1166 circa – Sarno, 14 giugno 1205) fu conte di Brienne (1191 – 1205), Principe di Taranto, Duca di Puglia, Conte di Lecce e Re titolare di Gerusalemme (1201 – 1205).
  • Walter III. von Brienne (frz: Gauthier de Brienne, ital: Gualtiero di Brienne; † 14. Juni 1205) war ein Graf von Brienne (1191-1205), sowie (de jure uxoris) ein Fürst von Tarent und Graf von Lecce. Er war der älteste Sohn des Grafen Érard II. und der Agnes von Montbéliard, sein jüngerer Bruder war Johann von Brienne, der spätere König von Jerusalem und lateinischer Kaiser von Konstantinopel.Der Vater starb 1191 während des dritten Kreuzzuges, worauf Walter als Graf von Brienne nachfolgte.
  • Walter III of Brienne (died June 14, 1205) was the Count of Brienne 1191–1205, Prince of Taranto, Duke of Apulia, and Count of Lecce, and titular King of Sicily 1201–1205. He was the son of Erard II of Brienne and Agnès of Montfaucon.In 1200 he married Maria, daughter of Tancred of Sicily and sister and heiress of the deposed king William III of Sicily. Her precise name is unclear but has been given variously as Mary, Elvira, Albiria, Albinia, or Blanche. She died after 1216.
  • Wouter III van Brienne (?, ? - Sarno, 14 juni 1205) was de oudste zoon van Everhard II van Brienne en van Agnes van Montfaucon. Hij volgde zijn vader in 1191 op als graaf van Brienne.Wouter was gehuwd met Maria Elvira van Hauteville, dochter van Tancred van Sicilië en zuster van de afgezette koning Willem III van Sicilië.
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  • Walter III, Count of Brienne
  • Walter III. (Brienne)
  • Wouter III van Brienne
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