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Count Adolf VI of Berg (born before 1176; died 7 August 1218 at Damiette during the Hungarian crusade against Egypt) ruled the County of Berg from 1197 until 1218.

Life

He was the son of Engelbert I of Berg and Margaret of Geldern, and the oldest brother of Engelbert II of Berg (1185-1225), also known as Engelbert of Cologne or Saint Engelbert. Adolf married Berta von Sayn (died 1244), a daughter of Heinrich II zu Saffenberg. They had one daughter:

In 1212 Adolf took part to the Albigensian Crusade against the Cathars. 1215 he took over the Kaiserpfalz Kaiserswerth.

Adolf left on 1217 with the Fifth Crusade to Egypt and died on 7 August 1218 in combat as commander of the troops in Damiette, in the delta of the Nile.

His brother, the Archbischop Engelbert II of Berg followed him as ruler of Berg, which later went to the husband of Adolf's daughter, Irmgard of Berg.

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Preceded by
Engelbert I
Count of Berg
1189–1218
Succeeded by
Engelbert II, Archbishop of Cologne

Literature

Alberic of Troisfontaines (MGH, Scriptores XXIII). - Annales Rodenses (MGH, Scriptores, XVI). - Annalista Saxo (MGH, Scriptores VI). – Gesta Trevirorum (MGH, Scriptores VIII). – MGH, Diplomata. – REK I-II. – Rheinisches UB. – Hömberg, “Geschichte.” – Jackman, “Counts of Cologne.” – Jackman, Criticism. – Klebel, E. “Niederösterreich und der Stammbaum der Grafen von Görz und Schwarzburg.” Unsere Heimat. Monatsblatt des Vereins für Landeskunde von Niederösterreich 23 (1952) 111-23. – Kluger, “Propter claritatem generis.” – Kraus, Entstehung. – Lück, D. “Der Avelgau, die erste fassbare Gebietseinteilung an der unteren Sieg.” In: Heimatbuch der Stadt Siegburg I. Ed. H. J. Roggendorf. Siegburg, 1964. Pp. 223-85. – Lück, D. “In pago Tuizichgowe – Anmerkungen zum Deutzgau.” Rechtsrheinisches Köln 3 (1977) 1-9. – Milz, “Vögte.” – Schmale, “Anfänge.” – Tyroller, “Genealogie.” – Wunder, G. “Die Nichten des Erzbischofs Friedrich von Köln.” AHVN 164 (1962) 192-6. – Wunder, G. “Die Verwandtschaft des Erzbischofs Friedrich I. von Köln. Ein Beitrag zur abendländischen Verflechtung des Hochadels im Mittelalter.” AHVN 166 (1964) 25-54.

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Count Adolf VI of Berg (born before 1176; died 7 August 1218 at Damiette during the Hungarian crusade against Egypt) ruled the County of Berg from 1197 until 1218.

Life

He was the son of Engelbert I of Berg and Margaret of Geldern, and the oldest brother of Engelbert II of Berg (1185-1225), also known as Engelbert of Cologne or Saint Engelbert. Adolf married Berta von Sayn (died 1244), a daughter of Heinrich II zu Saffenberg. They had one daughter:

In 1212 Adolf took part to the Albigensian Crusade against the Cathars. 1215 he took over the Kaiserpfalz Kaiserswerth.

Adolf left on 1217 with the Fifth Crusade to Egypt and died on 7 August 1218 in combat as commander of the troops in Damiette, in the delta of the Nile.

His brother, the Archbischop Engelbert II of Berg followed him as ruler of Berg, which later went to the husband of Adolf's daughter, Irmgard of Berg.

External links

Preceded by
Engelbert I
Count of Berg
1189–1218
Succeeded by
Engelbert II, Archbishop of Cologne

Literature

Alberic of Troisfontaines (MGH, Scriptores XXIII). - Annales Rodenses (MGH, Scriptores, XVI). - Annalista Saxo (MGH, Scriptores VI). – Gesta Trevirorum (MGH, Scriptores VIII). – MGH, Diplomata. – REK I-II. – Rheinisches UB. – Hömberg, “Geschichte.” – Jackman, “Counts of Cologne.” – Jackman, Criticism. – Klebel, E. “Niederösterreich und der Stammbaum der Grafen von Görz und Schwarzburg.” Unsere Heimat. Monatsblatt des Vereins für Landeskunde von Niederösterreich 23 (1952) 111-23. – Kluger, “Propter claritatem generis.” – Kraus, Entstehung. – Lück, D. “Der Avelgau, die erste fassbare Gebietseinteilung an der unteren Sieg.” In: Heimatbuch der Stadt Siegburg I. Ed. H. J. Roggendorf. Siegburg, 1964. Pp. 223-85. – Lück, D. “In pago Tuizichgowe – Anmerkungen zum Deutzgau.” Rechtsrheinisches Köln 3 (1977) 1-9. – Milz, “Vögte.” – Schmale, “Anfänge.” – Tyroller, “Genealogie.” – Wunder, G. “Die Nichten des Erzbischofs Friedrich von Köln.” AHVN 164 (1962) 192-6. – Wunder, G. “Die Verwandtschaft des Erzbischofs Friedrich I. von Köln. Ein Beitrag zur abendländischen Verflechtung des Hochadels im Mittelalter.” AHVN 166 (1964) 25-54.


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