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  Baldwin III of Jerusalem
From 1156 to 1158 Baldwin was occupied in hostilities with Nureddin.
Baldwin III was the first of the kings of Jerusalem who was a native of the soil of Palestine.
Baldwin was a man of a subtler type--a man capable of dealing with the intrigues of a court and with problems of law, and, as such, suited for guiding the middle age of the kingdom, which the different qualities of his predecessors had been equally suited to found.
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 Jerusalem (After 1291)
The arms of Jerusalem formed one of the fifty-eight quarterings of the Imperial Arms of Austria; and "Koenig von Jerusalem" was one of the emperor's long string of titles, till Ferdinand I (1835-48) had the good sense to reduce both quarterings and titles to those that had a real meaning.
Jerusalem and the holy places especially, as being the most interesting parts of the empire to Christians and the scene of continual Christian pilgrimages, were the places where the Turkish government was most anxious to show that its reforms were really meant.
Jerusalem, like the other free branches of their communion, has always indignantly withstood the many attempts of Constantinople to assert a kind of papal authority, and has always upheld the axiom that that ecumenical bishop has no ecclesiastical jurisdiction outside his patriarchate.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem
Baldwin II (1118-1131), who had followed Godfrey of Bouillon to the crusade, was a valiant knight and, in 1124, took possession of Tyre.
Baldwin IV died in 1185, at the age of twenty-five, without having married, and left the kingdom a prey to discord and exposed to the attacks of Saladin.
The title of King of Jerusalem continued to be borne in a spirit of rivalry: by the Kings of Cyprus belonging to the House of Lusignan; and by the two Houses of Anjou which claimed to hold their rights from Mary of Antioch.
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 BALDWIN IV, Latin king of Jerusalem. The Columbia Encyclopedia: Sixth Edition. 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
(Baldwin the Leper), c.1161–1185, Latin king of Jerusalem (1174–85), son and successor of Amalric I. Raymond, count of Tripoli, was regent from 1174 to 1176.
Baldwin was constantly engaged, except for a truce (1180–82), in defending his kingdom against Saladin.
Raymond was regent for Baldwin V, who was succeeded as king by Guy of Lusignan.
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 Baldwin V of Jerusalem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baldwin V of Jerusalem (Baldwin of Montferrat, also known as Baudouinet) (1177 1186) was the son of Sibylla of Jerusalem and her first husband, William of Montferrat.
Baldwin IV was dying slowly of leprosy, and the succession was likely to be contested between his older sister Sibylla and their younger half-sister Isabella.
Baldwin V was carried on the shoulders of Balian of Ibelin, not only because Balian was particularly tall, but also to demonstrate that his aunt Isabella's family supported his accession.
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 kingsofjerusalem
Baldwin III was the first king born in the Holy Land and was thirteen years old wen he was crowned on Christmas Day in 1142.
Baldwin III was a king who understood the people and area where he grew up and also commanded authority and ruled justly.
By this treaty, Jerusalem was to be restored to the Crusaders and Frederick II was to be King of Jerusalem, with the truce to last for about ten years.
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 King of Jerusalem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Baldwin V of Jerusalem - Baldwin V of Jerusalem (Baldwin of Montferrat, also known as Baudouinet) (1177 – 1186) was the son of Sibylla of Jerusalem and her first husband, William of Montferrat.
Baldwin I of Jerusalem - Baldwin of Boulogne (died April 2, 1118) was one of the leaders of the First Crusade, who became count of Edessa and then the second monarch and first titled king of Jerusalem.
Isabella of Jerusalem - Isabella of Jerusalem (1172 – 1205) was Queen of Jerusalem 1190/1192–1205.
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 Sibylla of Jerusalem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
She was the eldest daughter of Amalric I of Jerusalem and Agnes of Courtenay, sister of Baldwin IV and half-sister of Isabella of Jerusalem, and mother of Baldwin V of Jerusalem.
In 1176, Baldwin and Raymond arranged for Sibylla to marry William Longsword of Montferrat, eldest son of the Marquess William V of Montferrat, and a cousin of Louis VII of France and of Frederick Barbarossa.
Baldwin IV died in spring 1185, leaving Sibylla's son as sole king, Raymond as regent and the boy's great-uncle Count Joscelin III of Edessa as guardian.
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 Catholic, Crusader, Leper and King
Baldwin IV was born in Jerusalem of King Amalric and Queen Agnes of Courtney in 1161.
Jerusalem had agreed not to support the Sicilians who were attacking Saladin’s power base in Egypt and the latter had free reign to build up his forces through conquest in Syria, where his trajectory revealed plans to encircle the Crusader kingdom.
Baldwin immediately marched against the Moslem aggressors and repulsed them, though he had a much smaller army and was probably too weak to fight by this point.
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 Female Hero: Melisende (Women in World History Curriculum)
Melisende was the daughter of the king of the Frankish kingdom of Jerusalem and his Armenian wife.
Her last stronghold was the cramped confines of the Tower of David in Jerusalem.
Of course, the rivalries between Melisende and her husband and son were not the only reasons Christians had trouble holding on the Jerusalem.
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 BALDWIN I - Online Information article about BALDWIN I
summons; and in the strength of that reaction Baldwin was able to become the first king of Jerusalem.
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 Jerusalem
He in turn was succeeded by his cousin, Baldwin II, who was followed by his son-in-law, Fulk V the Young, count of Anjou (1092-1143).
Godfrey died in 1100 and was succeeded by Baldwin.
Daughter of Almaric I and sister of Baldwin IV; on death of Baldwin (1185), conspired with her husband Guy of Lusignan to seize throne for themselves instead of their son Baldwin V; action led to disastrous war with Saladin.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Baldwin of Canterbury
Baldwin, who, according to Gervase, refused to accept the archbishopric unless he was elected by the monks, was installed, and an arrangement was entered into by which, in the future, the bishops' elections were to be disallowed.
He was several times engaged in disputes with the Canterbury monks, necessitating the further interference of King Richard and of the Holy See.
Baldwin acted as legate in Wales, where he held a visitation in 1187, and in 1188 preached the Crusade, after having himself taken, The cross on hearing the news of the loss of Jerusalem.
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 thePeerage.com - Colonel Harold Paget and others
She married, firstly, Baldwin of Jerusalem, King of Jerusalem, son of Fulk V d'Anjou, 9th Comte d'Anjou and Melesende of Jerusalem, Queen of Jerusalem, circa 1157.
     Sybil of Jerusalem, Queen of Jerusalem was the daughter of Almaric I, King of Jerusalem and Agnes d'Edessa.
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 Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem — FactMonster.com
Jerusalem itself contained the counties of Jaffa and Ashqelon, the lordships of Krak, Montreal, and Sidon, and the principality of Galilee.
The kingship was elective, and the Assizes of Jerusalem, the law of the country, reflected the ideal feudal law.
The kings of Jerusalem of the house of Bouillon were Baldwin I (reigned 1100–1118) and Baldwin II (reigned 1118–31).
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 1177 at AllExperts
*November 25 - Baldwin IV of Jerusalem and Raynald of Chatillon defeat Saladin at the Battle of Montgisard.
* Baldwin V, king of Jerusalem (died 1186)
* William of Montferrat, father of Baldwin V of Jerusalem
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 Outremer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Baldwin was able to see to the question of succession, for he had four daughters but no sons.
Baldwin realized he could not press the attack in those conditions.
Baldwin II was the first King of Jerusalem to be able to arrange for a smooth succession.
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 Fall of Jerusalem 1187   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
In the same year, Constance, the countess of Brittany, daughter of earl Conan, whom Geoffrey, earl of Brittany, her husband, had left pregnant at the time of his decease, was delivered of her eldest son on the holy night of Easter, and his name was called Arthur.
It also deserves to be known, that between the time when Jerusalem was rescued from the hands of the Pagans by the warriors before-named; and the time when king Guido was deprived of it, a space of eighty- seven years intervened.
Upon this, the princes of the earth, hearing the mandates of the Supreme Pontiff, exerted themselves with all their might for the liberation of the land of Jerusalem; and accordingly,- Frederick the emperor of the Romans, and the archbishops, bishops, dukes, earls, and barons of his empire, assumed the sign of the cross.
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 Who was a Christian in the Holy Land?: B
He was beheaded at Jerusalem by the Moslems during the reign of Emperor Constantine and Irena (780-797), under the patriarch of Jerusalem Elias II in 7861787.
Baldwin was the first King of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, he was sacred on Dec 25, 1100 at Bethlehem.
Latin patriarch of Jerusalem from 1920 to 1947.
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 FootnoteMedia (tm) : Kingdom of Heaven
Baldwin IV (1161-1185) was crowned king in 1174 at the age of 13, following the death of his father, King Amalric.
Baldwin IV had appointed his young nephew, Baldwin IV, who was Sibylla's daughter by a prior marriage, to the throne shortly before his own death (Balian of Ibelin participated in the installation ceremonies, a move seen by some as designed to show that Guy was disfavored).
Baldwin V died after about a year as king, and Guy then led a coup that resulted in his assuming the throne.
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 AllRefer.com - Baldwin II, Latin king of Jerusalem (Ancient History, Late Roman And Byzantine, Biography) - Encyclopedia
1131, Latin king of Jerusalem (1118–31), count of Edessa (1100–1131); cousin and successor of Baldwin I. He accompanied Godfrey of Bouillon on the First Crusade and was captured (1104) by the Muslims.
In Baldwin's reign the Latin principality of Antioch was reduced to dependence on the kingdom of Jerusalem.
Baldwin's daughter Melisende married (1129) Fulk of Anjou, who succeeded Baldwin.
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 Second Crusade   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Baldwin V of Jerusalem died in August 1186, and his mother and aunt fought for control of Jerusalem, leaving the Christians with a crisis of leadership.
Saladin invaded the Frankish territory in 1187 and in July of that year defeated the combined armies of the crusader states at the Battle of Hattin.
The destruction of the army left the territories vulnerable and Saladin was able to retake Jerusalem and most of the territory of the Crusaders, leaving only Tyre, Tripoli and Antioch.
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 Classics in the History of Psychology -- Baldwin (1901) Definitions Ja - Jz
He was sent on a diplomatic errand to Rome in 63 A.D., and commanded in Galilee during the Jewish revolution.
Becoming a captive in the Roman army, he ingratiated himself in the royal families, and returned to Rome with Titus after the destruction of Jerusalem to spend the remainder of his life.
V ('Justice'); ARDIGO, Sociologia, in Opere filos., iv (1886).
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 Sibylla of Jerusalem: Flakey Crusades Era Heiress or Queen of Jerusalem?
Sibylla of Jerusalem (1160-1190) is remembered today as a pawn in crusader politics in the decade before the Third Crusade.
Finally, she was a diplomatic and military leader, organizing the defense of Jerusalem against Saladin after the Battle of Hattin in 1187.
Her brother, who ruled as Baldwin IV until he died in 1185, disliked Guy, though Sibylla apparently was able to avoid any censure due her husband.
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 Marcus Antonius to Maite - tobn86 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Fulk V, Count of Anjou, was born 1092, and was Count 1109-1142.
Fulk V was son of Bertrada de Montford, who eventually deserted her husband and became the mistress of Philip I of France.
In 1143 he died, leaving two sons by Melisande, who both became Kings of Jerusalem, as Baldwin III and Almaric I. Fulk had continued the tradition of good statesmanship and sound churchmanship which Melisande's father and grandfather, Baldwin I and II had begun.
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 The Quest for Jerusalem - Dr. Carl Edwin Lindgren
Baldwin V’s (the child king) fate was also a tragic one.
Baldwin IV had foreseen the possible death of the boy king and had requested that the nobles swear if the child was to die, Raymond would remain as Regent until the pope, the kings of
Baldwin of Flanders, Boniface of Montferrat, Philip of Swabia and Theobald of Champagne, with backing from Innocence III, mounted a crusade to strike what they hoped would be a final blow to the Moslem kingdom of Egypt.
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1176 Marriage of Sibylla of Jerusalem and William of Montferrat.
Baldwin V (the nephew) rules as a child for a year.
Al Aqsa Mosque was occupied by the Templars during the Crusader occupation of Jerusalem.
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 Fulk V of Anjou and Jeruslaem
Fulk V succeeded his father Fulk IV as count of Anjou (and of Touraine) in 1109 (his elder brother Geoffroy having died in 1106), and obtained the county of Maine in 1110 by his marriage to Éremburge, heiress of Maine.
His first wife having died in 1126, he was offered the hand of Melisende, daughter of king Baldwin II of Jerusalem, along with the throne of Jerusalem.
He was succeeded there successively by Baldwin III and Amalric I, his two sons by Melisende.
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