Henry of Antioch
Henry of Antioch (b. 1198–1217, d. 18/27 of June, 1276), alternately known as Henri de Poitiers or Henry of Poitiers, was the son of Bohemond IV of Antioch, Prince of Antioch and his first wife Plaisance Embriaco de Giblet.
|Henry of Antioch|
|Spouse||Isabella de Lusignan|
|Issue||Hugh III of Cyprus|
Margaret of Tyre
|Father||Bohemond IV of Antioch|
|Mother||Plaisance Embriaco de Giblet|
Henry and Isabella had two children:
- Hugh III of Cyprus (1235–1284), also Hugh I of Jerusalem.
- Margaret of Tyre (c. 1244–1308), married in 1268 Jean de Montfort but had no children by him. She later became a nun in Cyprus, and was buried in Nicosia.
His children both adopted their mother's surname of "de Lusignan", founding the Second House of Lusignan.