- Geoffrey III, Count of Anjou
Geoffrey III of Anjou, called "le Barbu" ("the Bearded"), count of
Anjouwas the eldest son of Ermenegarde, the daughter of Fulk III of Anjou, and of the count of Gâtinais. He succeeded his uncle Geoffrey II in 1060, but his power was limited by attacks from his own brother Fulk IV. A serious confrontation with the Church led to his condemnation by a council, then his deposition and imprisonment in 1068. He was freed by the intervention of Pope Urban IIin 1096, and died soon after.
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