Sibylla of Lusignan
Armenian queen
Sibylla of Lusignan
Sibylla of Lusignan (October/November 1198 – c. 1230 or 1252) was the daughter of Amalric II of Jerusalem and Isabella of Jerusalem. She was a member of the House of Lusignan. She was the second wife of King Leo I of Armenia, married in 1210, by whom she had one daughter, Isabella of Armenia. She claimed the throne of Armenia for herself after the death of her husband, who had left the throne to their infant daughter, but was exiled by the regent Constantine of Baberon.
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    THIRTIES
  • 1230
    Age 32
    Died in 1230.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1210
    Age 12
    She was the second wife of King Leo I of Armenia, married in 1210, by whom she had one daughter, Isabella of Armenia.
    More Details Hide Details She claimed the throne of Armenia for herself after the death of her husband, who had left the throne to their infant daughter, but was exiled by the regent Constantine of Baberon.
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  • 1198
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    Born in 1198.
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