Melisende of Lusignan
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Melisende of Lusignan

Princess + Queen + King
Born 1200
Hometown Holy Land

Melisende de Lusignan, Princess of Antioch, was the youngest daughter of Queen Isabella I of Jerusalem by her fourth and last marriage to King Amalric II of Jerusalem. She had a sister Sibylla of Lusignan, a younger brother, Amalric who died as a young child. By her mother's previous marriages, Melisande had three half-sisters, Maria of Montferrat, who succeeded their mother as queen of Jerusalem on 5 April 1205; Alice of Champagne, and Philippa of Champagne.… Read More

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Melisende of Lusignan
Melisende of Lusignan
d.4713 BC

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1200 Birth Born in 1200.
1205 5 Years Old By her mother's previous marriages, Melisande had three half-sisters, Maria of Montferrat, who succeeded their mother as queen of Jerusalem on 5 April 1205; Alice of Champagne, and Philippa of Champagne. In January 1218, Melisande married as his second wife, Bohemond IV, Prince of Antioch, son of Bohemond III, Prince of Antioch and Orgueilleuse de Harenc. … Read More

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1246 46 Years Old Melisende protested the succession of her nephew King Henry I of Cyprus as Regent of Jerusalem on the death of her half-sister, Alice in 1246. … Read More
1249 49 Years Old She died sometime after 1249. … Read More
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