Princess of Antioch

Princess consort of AntiochEdit

House of Hauteville, 1098–1163Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Princess Ceased to be Princess Death Spouse
  Constance of France
[1]
Philip I of France
(Capet)
1078 25 March/26 May 1106 3 March 1111
husband's death
14 September 1126 Bohemond I
  Alice of Jerusalem
[1]
Baldwin II of Jerusalem
(Rethel)
1110 Autumn 1126 February 1130
husband's death
1136–1151 Bohemond II

House of Poitiers, 1163–1268Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Princess Ceased to be Princess Death Spouse
Orguilleuse d'Harenc - - 1168–1170 maybe 1175
divorce
after March 1175 Bohemond III
Theodora Komnene probably John Komnenos, Byzantine Duke in Cyprus
(Komnenoi)
1150/55 1175/77 1180
divorce
after 1182
Sibylla - - 1181 1199
divorce
1216
Isabella - - 1199 20 March/1 October 1201
husband's death
-
Plaisance of Giblet
[2]
Hugh III Embriaco, Lord of Giblet
(Embriaco)
- before 21 August 1198 20 March/1 October 1201
husband's accession
1216
husband's death
1217 Bohemond IV
(1st reign)
  Helvis of Lusignan Amalric II of Jerusalem
(Lusignan)
1196/7 before 1210 1216
husband's accession'
1219
husband's restoration'
7 February 1216/March 1219 Raymond-Roupen
  Melisende of Lusignan
[2]
Amalric II of Jerusalem
(Lusignan)
after 1200/01 1/10 January 1218 1219
husband's restoration
March 1233
husband's death
after 1249 Bohemond IV
(2nd reign)
Luciana di Segni
[2]
Paolo, Count of Segni - 1235 January 1252
husband's death
- Bohemond V
  Sibylla of Armenia
[2]
Hethum I of Armenia
(Hethumids)
1240 June/October 1254 1268
loss of Antioch
1290 Bohemond VI

Titular Princess consort of AntiochEdit

House of Poitiers, 1268–1299Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Princess Ceased to be Princess Death Spouse
  Sibylla of Armenia
[2]
Hethum I of Armenia
(Hethumids)
1240 June/October 1254 1268
loss of Antioch
11 May/July 1275
husband's death
1290 Bohemond VI
  Margaret of Brienne
[2]
Louis of Acre
(Brienne)
- 2 January 1278 19 October 1287
husband's death
9 April 1328 Bohemond VII

House of Toucy, 1299–1300Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Princess Ceased to be Princess Death Spouse
  Eleanor of Anjou
[3]
Charles II of Naples
(Anjou)
August 1289 1299 1299
husband's accession
17 January 1300
marriage annulled by the Pope
9 August 1341 Philip

House of Lusignan, 1300–1457Edit

Although the ultimate heirs to the Principality of Antioch was the Kings, later Titular King, of Cyprus, they didn't use the title of Prince of Antioch nor their wife Princess of Antioch; it was only given to a few heirs to the Cypriot throne and a potential jure uxoris king.

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Princess Ceased to be Princess Death Spouse
  Constance of Sicily Frederick III of Sicily
(Barcelona)
1307 1343, after 16 April 1345
husband's appointment as Prince
after 19 June 1344 John I
  Alice of Ibelin Guy d'Ibelin, Seneschal of Cyprus
(Ibelin)
1325/30 14 April 1350 1375
husband's death
after 1374
  Charlotte of Cyprus John II of Cyprus
(Lusignan)
28 June 1444 21 December 1456 1456
husband's appointment as Prince
7 October 1457
husband's murder
16 July 1487 John III

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b Also Princess consort of Taranto.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Also Countess consort of Tripoli.
  3. ^ Also Lady consort of Laterza.

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