Adelaide d'Anjou 
- Born: Abt 948
- Marriage (1): William I of Provence, the Liberator Count of Provence 
- Marriage (2): Raymond III Counts of Toulouse 
- Buried: Abt 975
Another name for Adelaide was Arsinde (Blanka) of Anjou.24
Adelaide d'Anjou was also known as Adelaide d'Anjou.
Adelaide (c. 947\endash 1026), called the White, was the daughter of Fulk II of Anjou and Gerberga of Maine . She was therefore the sister of Geoffrey Greymantle . She was married five times to some of France 's most important noblemen.
Her first marriage, probably before 960, was to Stephen, Viscount of Gévaudan . Her second marriage was to Raymond III , Count of Toulouse and Prince of Gothia , in 975. He died in 978.
In 982, she married Louis , the young son of Lothair of France , and the two were jointly crowned Monarchs of Aquitaine on the same day at Brioude . The large difference in age between the spouses was cause for a quick divorce in 984.
She fled then to Arles , where she contracted, against papal advice, a marriage with William I of Provence in 984. She gave him a daughter, Constance of Arles , who later married Robert II of France .
Her final marriage was to Otto-William, Duke of Burgundy .
1. ^ Variously given as Alice, Adelais, Adalais, or Azalais.
2. ^ Adélaïde Blanche d'Anjou <http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ANJOU,%20MAINE.htm>
3. ^ "la Blanche."
Adelaide married William I of Provence, the Liberator Count of Provence  [MRIN: 551617875], son of Boso II of Arles  and Constance of Viennois . (William I of Provence, the Liberator Count of Provence  was born about 950 and died after 29 Aug 993.)
Adelaide next married Raymond III Counts of Toulouse  [MRIN: 551617874], son of Raymond III Pons of Toulouse Count of Toulouse  and Garsinde . (Raymond III Counts of Toulouse  died in 978.)