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Officers of the Principality of Antioch

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Principality of Antioch mirrored the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem in its selection of great offices: constable, marshal, seneschal, admiral, Chamberlain, butler, chancellor and at certain times also bailiff.

The Officers of the Principality of Antioch are as follows:

Constable

  • Robert (1098)
  • Richard (1101–1114), perhaps only titularly
  • Adam (1101–1114)
  • Rainald I Masoir (1126–1134)
  • Walter de Surdeval (1134–1135)
  • Roger des Monts (1140–1149)
  • Archembauld (1153)
  • Geoffrey Sourdain (1154)
  • Guiscard de l'Île (1170–1172)
  • Baldwin (1174–1175)
  • Rainald (1179)
  • Ralph des Monts (1186–1194)
  • Roger des Monts (1194–1216)
  • Robert Mancel (1207–1219)
  • Simon Mancel (1262)

Marshal

  • Raymond (1140)
  • Guarin Malmuz (1140–1160)
  • William Tirel (1149–1169)
  • William de Cava (1175–1186)
  • Bartholomew Tirel (1186–1191)
  • Hugh Flauncurt (1193–1200)
  • Thomas (1200–1231)
  • Basil (1210), either honorarily or as marshal of Armenia
  • Bartholomew Tirel (1262)

Seneschal

  • Eschivard de Sarmenia (1149–1169)
  • Gervais de Sarmenia (1181–1199)
  • Acharie de Sarmenia (1216–1251)
  • Peter de Hazart (1262)

Chamberlain

  • Trigaud (1138)
  • Basil (1140)
  • Peter (1151–1172)
  • William (1163)
  • Raymond de Gibelet (1174)
  • Oliver (1179–1190)
  • Simon Burgevin (1195)
  • Simon (1215–1216)

Butler

  • Martin de Margat (1140–1144)
  • Peter Salvarici (1149)
  • William de Moci (1169)
  • Paganus (1210)
  • Julien le Jaune (1216)

Chancellor

  • Walter (1114–1122)
  • Ralph (1127)
  • Franco (1133–1135)
  • Eudes (1140–1143)
  • John (1149)
  • Walt (1154)
  • Geoffrey (1154–1155)
  • Bouchard (1155)
  • Bernard (1163–1170)
  • William (1172)
  • John (1177–1183), became bishop of Tripoli
  • Albert (1186–1200), archbishop of Tarsus, perhaps only titular chancellor
  • John of Corbonio (1203–1205), perhaps also constable as well as chancellor of the County of Tripoli
  • Jourdain (1215–1216)
  • John (before 1225), perhaps same as John of Corbonio
  • Geoffrey (1241)
  • William (1262)

Bailiff

See also

References

  • La Monte, John L. Feudal Monarchy in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem 1100 to 1291. Medieval Academy of America, 1932. Cf. pp. 252–60.
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