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Encyclopedia > Hugh I of Jerusalem

Hugh of Antioch of the family of Poitiers-Aquitaine, Hugh I of Jerusalem (Hugh III of Cyprus) (died 1284), was the son of Isabella of Cyprus (daughter of Hugh I of Cyprus) and Henry of Antioch. He became King of Jerusalem after the decision of High Court of Kingdom of Jerusalem, as the throne fell vacant due to the execution of Conradin in 1268. His claim to the throne of Jerusalem was challenged by Events June 26 - According to the Brothers Grimm and older sources, in this date the Pied Piper of Hamelin visits the town of Hamelin, resulting in ca. ... Isabella of Lusignan was princess of Antioch and regent of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. ... Hugh I of Cyprus (died 1218) succeeded to the throne of Cyprus in 1205 upon the death of his father Amalric of Lusignan. ... This is a list of Kings of Jerusalem, from 1099 to 1291, as well as claimants to the title up to the present day. ... Portrait of Conradin from the Codex Manesse (Folio 7r). ... Events May 18 - the Principality of Antioch falls to Mameluk Sultan Baibars. ...

  1. Charles of Anjou who had, with papal sanction, purchased the rights to the kingdom of Jerusalem from Melisend Mary of Antioch.

and Charles I (March 1227 - January 7, 1285) was the posthumous son of King Louis VIII of France by Blanche of Castile. ...

  1. Hugh of Brienne, Count of Brienne, who had claimed the regency (and, indirectly, a place in the succession) in 1264 as senior heir of Henry I of Cyprus, being descendant of the eldest daughter of King Hugh I of Cyprus and Alice of Jerusalem, but was passed over by the Haute Cour in favor of his cousin Hugh of Antioch. This claim fell to his son Walter V of Brienne and his descendants.

He was married to Isabella of Ibelin. He had six children:

Preceded by:
Hugh II
King of Cyprus Succeeded by:
John I/II
Conradin King of Jerusalem

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Hugh IV of Cyprus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (289 words)
The son of Guy of Lusignan, Constable of Cyprus, and Eschiva of Ibelin, Hugh succeeded to the throne of Cyprus on the death of his uncle Henry II, in 1324.
Hugh appears to have been content to rule Cyprus, as he prevented his son, Peter I, from going to Western Europe to recruit support for a new crusade to recover their Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Hugh resigned the crown to his son, Peter I (rather than his grandson Hugh) in 1358, and died on October 10, 1359 in Nicosia.
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