Officers of the Kingdom of Cyprus
The Officers of the Kingdom of Cyprus from its founding were:
- Amalric of Lusignan (before 1194)
- John of Lusignan
- Baldwin of Bethsan (c. 1195)
- Guy of Beirut
- Walter of Beirut (c. 1206), lord of Caesarea
- John of Ibelin (c. 1227-1229), called the Old Lord of Beirut
- John of Ibelin (c. 1247), son of prec.
- Guy of Ibelin (c. 1250), brother of prec.
- Baldwin of Ibelin, son of prec.
- Balian of Ibelin, (c. 1276), son of John of Arsuf
- John of Lusignan (before 1284)
- Guy of Lusignan (c. 1291) son of Hugh III
- Philip of Ibelin (c. 1302), son of Baldwin, seneschal of Cyprus
- Aimery of Lusignan (c. 1303) brother of Guy.
- Hugh of Lusignan (c. 1318), son of Guy
- Honfroy of Montfort (c. before 1326)
- Guy of Lusignan, (c. 1336–1338), son of Hugh IV
- Peter of Lusignan (c. soon after 1343, assumed), son of Hugh IV
- James of Lusignan (c. after 1369), son of Hugh IV
- Philip of Lusignan, son of prec.
- Guy of Lusignan, brother of prec.
- Hugh Martin (1194–1196)
- Renaud de Soissons (1210–1217)
- Adam de Gaures of Antioch
- John of Antioch (1247), son of prec.
- William de Canet (1269)
- Simon de Montolif
- Thomas de Montolif (1328)
- Daniël van de Merwede (1361)
- Johann of Brunswick-Grubenhagen (died 11 June 1414)
- Garceran Suárez de los Cernadilla (1432–after 1458)
- Amaury de Bethsan (1218–1220)
- Geoffrey le Tor (1247)
- Philip de Cassie (1269)
- Walter of Antioch (1286)
The office of butler was created in 1328.
- Edbury, Peter W. The Kingdom of Cyprus and the Crusades, 1191–1374. Cambridge University Press, 1993.
- La Monte, John L. Feudal Monarchy in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem 1100 to 1291. Medieval Academy of America, 1932. Cf. pp. 252–60.