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Robert II of Flanders

Robert II of Flanders (died 1111) was count of Flanders from 1093 to 1111. He became known as Robert of Jerusalem after his exploits in the First Crusade.

He was the eldest son of Robert I of Flanders and Gertrude of Holland.

Robert died from a wound he received while aiding his overlord, King Louis VI of France, against Theobald of Blois.

He married Clementia of Burgundy, and was succeeded by their son Baldwin VII of Flanders.

Preceded by:
Robert I
Count of Flanders Succeeded by:
Baldwin VII