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Anne of was born in 1024 in Kiev, Ukraine, Russia and her baptism took place in Russia, daughter of Juroslav of Kiev.  Anne of's father was Yury or George (Christian name) and her mother was Ingegard Olafsdottir.  Her paternal grandparents were Vladimir of Novgorod and Rogneda of Polotsk; her maternal grandparents were Olaf the Tax King and Queen of Sweden. She had seven brothers and two sisters, named Ysevolod of, Vladimir of, Vyacheslav of, Igor of, Izyaslav of, Svyatoslav of, Vsevolod of, Anastasiya Agmunda and Elizabeth of. She had a half-brother named Ilya of.  She died in France.  She was buried in 1075 in Villiers Abbey, La-Ferte-Alais, Essonne, France.

Anne of's first family with Raoul II of Valois

‌Anne of and Raoul II of were married in a religious ceremony in 1062.

Anne of's second family with Henry I Capet of France

‌Anne of and Henry I Capet of were married in a religious ceremony in Rheims, France.  They had three sons and a daughter, named Philippe I Capet of, Robert of, Hugh "The and Emma of.

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