Count Raymond Berenger V 1
- Born: 1198, Aix-En-Provence, France
- Marriage: Beatrice De Savoy in Dec 1220 in Chambery, Savoie, , Champagne-Ardenne, France
- Died: 19 Aug 1245, Aix-En-Provence, France at age 47
Berenger was the last and most illustrious of the Royal Proven�al Counts; and,
even had he not been the sovereign of the land of song, his own verses would
have entitled him to a distinguised rank among the Troubadour poets.
He was relatively impoverished count who could provide little dowry for his four
daughters, who despite that became the Queen of England, Queen of France, Queen of the Germans and Queen of Naples and Sicily.
Noted events in his life were:
� He worked as a Count Of Provence, & Forcalquier.
Raymond married Beatrice De Savoy, daughter of Count Amedeus IV and Princess Anne, in Dec 1220 in Chambery, Savoie, , Champagne-Ardenne, France. (Beatrice De Savoy was born in 1214 in Chambery, Savoie, , Champagne-Ardenne, France and died on 10 May 1259 in Saluzzo-Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy.)