Isabella I of Jerusalem
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Isabella I of Jerusalem

Queen of Jerusalem
Female
Born 1172
Hometown Nablus
Died Apr 5, 1205
Death Place Acre

Isabella I was Queen regnant of Jerusalem from 1190/1192 until her death. By her four marriages, she was successively Lady of Toron, Marchioness of Montferrat, Countess of Champagne and Queen of Cyprus. She was the daughter of Amalric I of Jerusalem and his second wife Maria Comnena, making her a younger half-sister of King Baldwin IV of Jerusalem and Queen Sibylla of Jerusalem.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1172 Birth Born in 1172.
1180 8 Years Old In 1180, when Isabella was 8 (according to William of Tyre), she was betrothed to Humphrey IV of Toron, on the orders of her half-brother 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 her from the Ibelins' political orbit. They were married in 1183, when Humphrey was about 16 or 17 and Isabella 11. … Read More

TEENAGE

1185 13 Years Old Baldwin IV died in spring 1185, shortly after ordering a formal public crown-wearing by Baldwin V at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, at which Balian of Ibelin carried the child-king, to signify that Isabella's family accepted his claim. … Read More
Baldwin V, never a healthy child, died in summer 1186. … Read More
1190 18 Years Old In autumn 1190, Maria and Balian abducted Isabella from Humphrey, and forced her to consent to an annulment because she had been under-age at the time of her marriage, and had been coerced by her half-brother, Baldwin IV. … Read More

THIRTIES

1205 33 Years Old 1 More Event
…  King Amalric died in 1205 of food-poisoning caused by white mullet, four days before his wife, and shortly after their infant son.
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