Biography of Eudes I. Duque de Borgoña (¿-1103)

Duke of Burgundy, surnamed Borel, successor of his brother Hugo in 1078. It helped Alfonso VI, King of Castile, against the Saracens in union with other French knights. Following the customs of his time, he went to demand a tribute to St. Anselm, Bishop of Canterbury, spanning the Burgundy; but finding themselves in his presence, he was full of respect, and accompanied him to the limit of their States. Since then he made a very Christian life; He left for the crusade and died in Cilicia in 1103; his body was transferred to Burgundy, to the monastery of the Cistercian order was founded.