Anglesia Visconti

Anglesia Visconti (1377–1439), was a queen consort of Cyprus by marriage to Janus of Cyprus. She was daughter of Bernabò Visconti, Lord of Milan and Beatrice Regina della Scala, daughter of Mastino II lord of Verona.

Coat-of-arms of Visconti.

Her father was a cruel and ruthless despot, and an implacable enemy of the Catholic Church. Anglesia became queen consort of Cyprus, wife of king Janus of Cyprus, sometime after January 1400. Janus was also a titular king of Jerusalem and Armenia. The marriage was annulled and they divorced between 1407 and 1409 without issue.

Her sister Valentina Visconti married to Peter II of Cyprus, a cousin of Janus.


Royal titles
Preceded by
Helvis of Brunswick-Grubenhagen
Queen consort of Cyprus
Succeeded by
Charlotte de Bourbon