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Male Peter II Count de Courtenay , Byzantine Emperor Click to view Peter II Count de Courtenay , Byzantine Emperor in the family tree

Peter II Count de was born about 1155 in Courtenay, Gatinais, Isle-de-France, France.  Peter II Count de's father was Peter I Count de Courtenay , Prince of France and his mother was Elizabeth de Courtenay.  His paternal grandparents were Louis VI "The Fat" King of France and Adelaide of Savoy; his maternal grandparents were Renaud I Sire de Courtenay and Hedwige du Donjon. He had a sister named Alice de.  He was the older of the two children.  He died in Epirus, Byzantine Empire, Greece.

Peter II Count de's first family with Yolande of Flanders , Byzantine Empress

‌Peter II Count de and Yolande of were married in a religious ceremony before July 1st, 1193 in Soissons, Aisne, Picardy, France.  They had two daughters named Yolande de and Eleanor de.

Peter II Count de's second family with Agnes d' Auxerre , Countess of Nevers

‌Peter II Count de and Agnes d' were married in a religious ceremony in 1st wife.  They had a daughter named Maud de.

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