High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ingeborg ((French)
Isambour, Ingeburge; also Ingelburge, Ingelborg, Isemburge) (1175 -
29 July 1236) was a Danish-born queen consort of France.She was a
daughter of Valdemar I of Denmark and Sofia of Minsk. Her maternal
grandparents were Volodar of Minsk and Richeza of Poland. Her
mother was also a maternal half-sister of Canute V of Denmark.In
1201 Philip asked the Pope to declare his children legitimate and
the Pope complied to gain his political support. However, later
that year Philip again asked for annulment, claiming that Ingeborg
had tried to bewitch him in the wedding night and thus made him
unable to consummate the marriage. So he asked for divorce on the
grounds of witchcraft. This attempt failed as well.
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