Isabella of Ibelin, Queen of Cyprus and Jerusalem

Isabella of Ibelin (1241–1324), was Queen of Cyprus and Jerusalem by marriage to Hugh III of Cyprus.[1]

Isabella of Ibelin
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Coat-of-arms of Ibelin
Born1241
Died1324 (aged 82–83)
SpouseHugh III of Cyprus
IssueJohn II of Cyprus
Bohemond
Henry II of Cyprus
Amaury II, Prince of Tyre
Mary
Aimery
Guy
Hugh IV of Cyprus
Isabella
Margaret
Alice
Helvis
Isabella
HouseHouse of Ibelin
FatherGuy d'Ibelin
MotherPhilippa Berlais

She was the daughter of Guy d'Ibelin, marshal and constable of the Kingdom of Cyprus, and of Philippa Berlais.

She married Hugh III of Cyprus (1235–1284), the King of Cyprus (reign 1267–1284).

IssueEdit

Isabella and Hugh III had the following children:

AncestryEdit

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Edbury, Peter W. (1994). The Kingdom of Cyprus and the Crusades, 1191-1374. Cambridge University Press.


Isabella of Ibelin, Queen of Cyprus and Jerusalem
Born: 1241 Died: 1324
Royal titles
Preceded by
Isabella of Ibelin
Queen consort of Cyprus
1267–1284
Vacant
Title next held by
Constance of Sicily