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Amalric II

Amalric II of Jerusalem

Amalric II of Jerusalem or Amalric I of Cyprus, born Amalric of Lusignan (1145 - April 1, 1205), King of Jerusalem 1197-1205, was an older brother ...

roman catholic monarchs, 1145 births, 1205 deaths, burials at saint sophia cathedral, nicosia, de jure uxoris kings, kings of cyprus, kings of jerusalem

Henry II, Count of Champagne

Henry II of Champagne (Henry I of Jerusalem) (July 29, 1166 – September 10, ... Her fourth (and last) husband was Amalric of Lusignan, king of Cyprus.

roman catholic monarchs, 1166 births, 1197 deaths, accidental deaths from falls, counts of champagne, de jure uxoris kings, kings of jerusalem, people of the third crusade (christians)

Ralph of Tiberias

Before tried to get Ralph to marry Isabella of Jerusalem, and thereby claim the throne, after Henry II of Champagne died and before Amalric had married her.

1220 deaths, crusade people (christians), medieval jurists

Amalric

Amalric derived from the German elements amal meaning "work, labour" and ric meaning "power", forebearer of the word America may refer to:

given names

Amalric of Jerusalem

Amalric of Jerusalem may refer to: Amalric I of Jerusalem Amalric II of Jerusalem


Eschive d'Ibelin (1160–1196)

She married Amalric II of Lusignan (1145 - 1205), constable of the kingdom of Jerusalem, then king of Cyprus (1194-1205) and of Jerusalem (1197-1205 ...

house of ibelin, 1160 births, 1196 deaths, kingdom of cyprus, queens consort, women of the crusader states

Sibylla of Lusignan

Sibylla of Lusignan or Sibylle de Lusignan (October/November, 1198 - c. 1230 or 1252) was the daughter of Amalric II of Jerusalem and Isabella of ...

1198 births, 1230 deaths, people of cypriot descent, women of the crusader states

Helvis of Lusignan (1190–1218)

Helvis of Lusignan (c.1190-c.1218) was the daughter of Amalric II of Lusignan, king of Cyprus, and his wife Eschive d'Ibelin.

medieval women

Mary of Antioch

By her mother, she was the granddaughter of Isabella, Queen of Jerusalem, and her fourth husband, Amalric II of Jerusalem.

1307 deaths, medieval women

Isabella I of Jerusalem

Baldwin IV, in payment of a debt of honour to Humphrey's grandfather Humphrey II who had been mortally wounded saving the king at Banias, and to remove ...

women of the crusader states, 1172 births, 1205 deaths, kings of jerusalem, people of the third crusade (christians), queens regnant, roman catholic monarchs