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Philip of Ibelin (died 1304)

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Philip
Armoiries Ibelin.svg
Coat-of-arms of Ibelin.
Constable of Cyprus
Reignc. 1302
PredecessorGuy, Constable of Cyprus
SuccessorAmalric, Lord of Tyre
Dieddied 1304
Spouse(s)Simone de Montbéliard
Issue
Balian
Baldwin
Guy
Hugues
Marguerite
Helvis
Alice
Echive
Marie
FatherBaldwin of Ibelin, Seneschal of Cyprus
MotherAlix, daughter of Walter III

Philip of Ibelin (died 1304) was constable of Cyprus.

He was son of Baldwin of Ibelin, Seneschal of Cyprus, and Alix, daughter of Walter III of Bethsan and Theodora Comnena-Lathoumnena.[1]

He married c. 1253 to Simone de Montbéliard, daughter of Odo of Montbéliard[a][2] and had issue:

  • Balian (died 1315), titular prince of Galilée; married to Alice of Poitiers, daughter of Hugh III of Cyprus
  • Baldwin
  • Guy
  • Hugues
  • Marguerite
  • Helvis
  • Alice, married to Gautier de Bethsan (died 1315)
  • Echive, married firstly to Gautier de Dampierre-sur-Salon and secondly to Hugh of Ibelin lord of Crusoche.
  • Marie, married to Guy of Ibelin, Count of Jaffa and Ascalon.

Notes

  1. ^ Peters states Odo's daughter marries Philip d'Iblelin.[2]

References

  1. ^ Grousset 2006, p. 902.
  2. ^ a b Peters 1971, p. 160.

Sources

  • Grousset, René (2006). Histoire des croisades et du royaume franc de Jérusalem - III. 1188-1291 L'anarchie franque (in French). Perrin.
  • Peters, Edward, ed. (1971). Christian Society and the Crusades, 1198-1229 (2nd ed.). University of Pennsylvania Press.
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