PAPIA [Poppa], daughter of --- (-after 1047). Guillaume of Jumièges records that Duke Richard II married secondly after the death of his first wife "Papiam" by whom he had "Malgerium...archipræsulem et Willelmum Archacensem". She is named "Poppa", Duke Richard's second wife, by Orderic Vitalis. The Chronicon Fontanellense names "Papia" as second wife of Duke Richard, adding that "cuius fratres Ansfredus et Osbernus" were monks at Fontanelle. "Osbernus et Anfredus fratres, tempore Ricardi secundi comitis, qui eorum sororem Papiam in coniugio habebat" donated "alodum...in monasterio Odelerii cum capella S. Desiderii" to Saint-Wandrille by charter dated to . "Ricardus princeps et dux Normannorum, filius Ricardi seniroris" donated "villam...Fontes in Braio...Brendelcurt cum ecclesia...æcclesiam de Nouobosco, æcclesiam de Bosmesnil..." to Saint-Wandrille, at the request of "Yvonis...militis",by charter dated to , subscribed by "Riccardi principis Normannorum, Papie comitisse, Roberti archipresulis fratris eiusdem principis, Yvonis militis...Hugonis Baiocensis episcopi, Girardi Flagitelli...". "Duke Richard [II]" donated property to the abbey of Mont Saint-Michel by charter dated to [1024/26], subscribed by "…Papie uxoris comitis". "Guillelmus Archensis comes et frater meus Malgerius Archiepiscopus" donated the vill of Periers sur Andelle to the monastery of Saint-Ouen at Rouen, at the request of "matris mee Paveie" and the consent of "Guilielmo Normannorum comite", by charter dated to [1047/50].
Papie married Richard II de Normandie Duc de Normandie, son of Richard I de Normandie Comte de Normandie and Gunnora. (Richard II de Normandie Duc de Normandie was born in Fécamp, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, 76400, FR, died on 23 Aug 1026 in Fécamp, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, 76400, FR and was buried in Abbaye de la Trinité de Fécamp, Fécamp, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, 76400, FR.)