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  Baldwin of Ibelin - Wikipedia Mirror
Baldwin and Balian supported Raymond III of Tripoli over Miles of Plancy as regent for King Baldwin IV in 1174, and in 1177 the brothers were present at the Battle of Montgisard.
Baldwin was captured in battle at Marj Uyun in 1179, along with Odo de St Amand, Grand Master of the Templars, and Raymond of Tripoli's stepson, Hugh de St Omer of Tiberias.
Baldwin V became sole king while still a child in 1185, and when the young king died in 1186, Sibylla was crowned queen with Guy as her consort.
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  Baldwin IV of Jerusalem - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Baldwin IV (1161 – 1185), the son of Amalric I of Jerusalem and his first wife Agnes of Courtenay, was king of Jerusalem from 1174 to 1185.
Baldwin IV was educated by the historian William of Tyre, who discovered that the boy was a leper.
Sibylla was being raised by her great-aunt, Ioveta (the youngest sister of former Queen Melisende), in the convent of Bethany, and Isabella was in the court of her mother, the dowager queen Maria Comnena, in Nablus.
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 Science Fair Projects - Ibelin
Ibelin was a castle in the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem in the 12th century, the namesake of an important family of nobles.
The Ibelin family claimed to be descended from the Le Puiset viscounts of Chartres, but the ancestor of the family was actually Barisan, who was given the castle of Ibelin in 1141 by Fulk as a reward for his loyalty during the revolt of Hugh II of Le Puiset in 1134.
Ibelin was part of the County of Jaffa, which was itself part of the royal domain after Hugh's unsuccessful revolt.
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 tScholars.com | Ibelin   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ibelin was a castle in the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem in the 12th century (at modern Yavne, [[[:Template:Coor URL]]31.820_N_34.713_E_ 31.820° N 34.713° E]), which gave its name to an important family of nobles.
Barisan was given the castle of Ibelin in 1141 by King Fulk as a reward for his loyalty during the revolt of his then master Hugh II of Le Puiset, Count of Jaffa, in 1134.
Balian of Ibelin, seneschal of Cyprus, married Alice of Lampron (Armenia)
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 Baldwin IV of Jerusalem - RecipeFacts   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Baldwin IV (1161 – 1185), called the Leper or the Leprous, the son of Amalric I of Jerusalem and his first wife Agnes of Courtenay, was king of Jerusalem from 1174 to 1185.
Baldwin IV was educated by the historian William of Tyre (later Archbishop of Tyre and Chancellor of the kingdom), who made a disturbing discovery about the prince: he and his friends were playing one day, attempting to injure each other by pinching their arms, but Baldwin felt no pain.
Baldwin also betrothed his 8-year-old half-sister Isabella to Humphrey IV of Toron, repaying a debt of honour to Humphrey's grandfather, who had given his life for him at Banias, and removing Isabella from the control of her mother and the Ibelin faction.
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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 himself arranged the marriage to Guy, whose brother Amalric, well-regarded and able, had first come to court as Baldwin of Ibelin's son-in-law and was now constable of Jerusalem.
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 Baldwin V - BaldwinV   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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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 Hugh of Ibelin - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hugh was the eldest son of Barisan of Ibelin and Helvis of Ramla.
In 1163 Hugh married Agnes of Courtenay, the former wife of King Amalric I and mother of Baldwin IV.
Another Hugh of Ibelin was the son of John of Ibelin, the Old Lord of Beirut, and the grand-nephew of this Hugh.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem
Baldwin I attacked even the Caliphate of Egypt but died at El-Arish (1118) in the course of this expedition.
His cousin, Baldwin du Bourg, Count of Edessa, was chosen by the barons to succeed him.
Baldwin II (1118-1131), who had followed Godfrey of Bouillon to the crusade, was a valiant knight and, in 1124, took possession of Tyre.
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 Outremer   (Site not responding. Last check: )
His little nephew was to be crowned Baldwin V and Raymond was to serve as regent.
Baldwin V was still only a little boy.
Baldwin of Ibelin openly refused homage to Guy, then rode north to enter into the service of Bohemond of Antioch, who favored Raymond.
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 Science Fair Projects - Sibylla of Jerusalem
She was the eldest daughter of Amalric I of Jerusalem and Agnes of Edessa and sister of Baldwin IV.
Once her brother became king as Baldwin IV, she was his heir and her choice of husband became a paramount concern in the kingdom.
By all accounts their marriage was a happy one, for when Baldwin IV deposed Guy as his regent in 1183, and attempted to have the marriage annuled in 1184, Sibylla refused to participate.
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Baldwin's daughters Hodierna and Alice were also married into the families of the Count of Tripoli and Prince of Antioch, while in Jerusalem his eldest daughter Melisende was his heir and succeeded him upon his death in 1131.
Baldwin II was succeeded in 1131 by his daughter Melisende, who ruled jointly with her husband Fulk, the former Count of Anjou.
Melisende continued to rule as regent long after Baldwin came of age, until her government was overthrown by Baldwin in 1153: the two agreed to split the kingdom in half, with Baldwin ruling from Acre in the north and Melisende ruling from Jerusalem in the south, but both knew that this situation was untenable.
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 The Ultimate Baldwin of Ibelin Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
Baldwin and Balian supported Raymond III of Tripoli over Miles of Plancy as regent for Baldwin IV in 1174, and in 1177 the brothers were present at the Battle of Montgisard.
Baldwin was captured in battle at the Ford of Jacob's Daughters on the Jordan River in 1179.
Another Baldwin of Ibelin was the son of John of Ibelin, the Old Lord of Beirut, and the grand-nephew of this Baldwin.
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 Balian of Ibelin - Definition, explanation
The Ibelins were partisans of the nobles' faction in the kingdom, made up of the lower nobility and older families who had lived there for generations; this faction was opposed to the new families of recently arrived crusaders, who tended to ally with the royal family.
Balian and Baldwin supported Raymond III of Tripoli over Miles of Plancy as regent for King Baldwin IV in 1174, and in 1177 the brothers were present at the Battle of Montgisard, leading the vanguard victoriously against the strongest point of the Muslim line.
Baldwin IV died in 1185 and eight-year old Baldwin V became king, but when the young king died in 1186, Raymond's choice for the kingship, Humphrey IV of Toron (husband of Maria's daughter and Balian's step-daughter Isabella), refused the crown and swore fealty to Guy.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Amalric II of Jerusalem
Amalric married Eschiva, daughter of Baldwin of Ibelin.
Baldwin IV (1161 – 1185), called the Leper or the Leprous, the son of Amalric I of Jerusalem and his first wife Agnes of Courtenay, was king of Jerusalem from 1174 to 1185.
In 1194, on the death of Guy, he became King of Cyprus as Amalric I. By his first wife, Eschiva of Ibelin, he was the father of Hugh I of Cyprus and was crowned in Nicosia on September 22, 1197.
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 ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Baldwin laid siege to it in 1103 and the city was on the point of surrendering when it was saved by an Egyptian fleet.
Baldwin II was cousin to Baldwin I and was the last of the greater princes of the First Crusade.
Baldwin sent the Patriarch and the two Masters to the West, to try to raise a Crusading army to rescue the Kingdom, for he knew that Saladin's strength was such that Jerusalem could not stand unaided against him.
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 Guy of Lusignan Information
It was in 1174 that his older brother Amalric married the daughter of Baldwin of Ibelin and entered court circles.
Guy and Sibylla were hastily married at Eastertide 1180, apparently preventing a coup by Raymond's faction to marry her to Amalric of Lusignan's father-in-law, Baldwin of Ibelin.
When Baldwin IV finally succumbed to his leprosy in 1185, Baldwin V became king, but he was a sickly child and died within a year.
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 Baldwin of Ibelin - Definition, explanation
He was the son of Barisan of Ibelin and brother of Hugh of Ibelin and Balian of Ibelin.
The Ibelin family was not yet as important as the French counts of Lusignan and Baldwin was unsuccessful.
Baldwin's daughter Eschiva married the future Amalric II and became the mother of the future king Hugh I of Cyprus.
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 directopedia : Directory : Society : Genealogy : Surnames : B [6] : Baldwin
Baldwin Street in Dunedin (New Zealand), is world's steepest street, with a maximum slope of 38%.
Baldwin was a bishop of Kraków in the 12th century, died ~1109.
Baldwin Piano is the largest manufacturer of pianos and keyboard instruments in the United States.
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 kingsofjerusalem
Baldwin (Le Bourg), was married to Morfia, also an Armenian Princess, and became Baldwin II, King of Jerusalem.
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.
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 Side Effects (of living and being me) :: June :: 2006
Baldwin IV was educated by the historian William of Tyre (later Archbishop of Tyre and Chancellor of the kingdom), who made a disturbing discovery about the prince: he and his friends were playing one day, attempting to injure each other by pinching their arms, but Baldwin felt no pain.
The Ibelin family were patrons of the dowager queen Maria, and it is possible that Baldwin of Ibelin acted this way in hopes of marrying one of Baldwin’s sisters himself.
Baldwin also betrothed his 8-year-old half-sister Isabella to Humphrey IV of Toron, repaying a debt of honour to Humphrey’s grandfather, who had given his life for him at Banias, and removing Isabella from the control of her mother and the Ibelin faction.
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 Baldwin - Place, People, Companies
Baldwin is the name of some places in the United States of America:
Viv Baldwin Warren Baldwin Wilhelmina Baldwin William Baldwin (born 1963), American actor, one of the "Baldwin brothers" William Baldwin (lawyer) William Warren Baldwin (1775–1844), Irish-Canadian businessman, lawyer, judge, and political figure
Baldwin Locomotive Works, one of the world's largest builders of steam locomotives in the 19th and early 20th century.
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 Sibylla, Raymond, Isabella, marriage, Tripoli, until, crowned, Philip, Category, support, marry, married, first - ...
She was the eldest daughter of Amalric I of Jerusalem and Agnes of Courtenay, sister of Baldwin IV and half-sister of I
It claims that Sibylla was in love with Baldwin of Ibelin, a widower over twice her age, but he was captured and imprisoned in 1179 by Saladin.
Once free, Baldwin went to the Byzantine court, where he received a grant from Emperor Manuel, the emperor previously receiving confirmation from his niece, Maria Comnena, the dowager queen, of the likelihood of the Sibylla-Baldwin match.
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 Ibelin - Definition, explanation
Ibelin was a castle in the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem in the 12th century, which gave its name to an important family of nobles.
Barisan was given the castle of Ibelin in 1141 by King Fulk as a reward for his loyalty during the revolt of his then master Hugh II of Le Puiset, Count of Jaffa, in 1134.
With Alice of Montbéliard, Philip was the father of John of Ibelin, count of Jaffa and Ascalon, regent of Jerusalem, and author of the Assizes of the Haute Cour of Jerusalem, the most important legal document from the crusader kingdom.
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Amalric had also obtained the patronage of King Baldwin IV and of his mother Agnes of Courtenay who held the county of Jaffa and Ascalon and was married to Reginald of Sidon.
Raymond of Tripoli and his ally Bohemond III of Antioch were preparing to invade the kingdom to force the king to marry Sibylla to Baldwin of Ibelin, Amalric of Lusignan\'s father-in-law.
When Baldwin IV finally succumbed to his leprosy in 1185, Baldwin V became king, but he was a sickly child and died within a year.
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 Crusaders, Greeks, and Muslims by Sanderson Beck
At Edessa Baldwin was adopted as the son of Thoros.
Tancred was reconciled with Baldwin II of Edessa, and the Toulouse inheritance was divided as Bertram pledged fealty to King Baldwin.
Baldwin I always needed dedicated soldiers and in his last year had urged Hugh of Payens to recruit knights for a new order of the Temple that was authorized as the Templars by Pope Honorius II in 1128.
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 Guido_di_Lusignano
Baldwin IV had wanted a loyal brother-in-law, and was frustrated in Guy's disobedience.
Baldwin V, Sibylla's son from her first marriage, in precedence over Sibylla, and decreeing a process to choose the monarch afterwards between Sibylla and Isabella (whom Baldwin and the Haute Cour thus recognized as at least equally entitled to succession as Sibylla), though she was not herself excluded from the succession.
As Sibylla's parents marriage had been annulled and both she and Baldwin had been legitimized by the church, Isabella was seen by many as the legal heiress.
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The plot, in a nutshell, is an attempt by Ridley Scott to tell the "true" story of Balian of Ibelin, the man responsible for the defense of Jerusalem against Saladin.
Baldwin IV dies of his leprosy, and Sibylla is crowned queen.
Supporter of Baldwin IV (Edward Norton) the dying King of Jerusalem, Balian has to deal with the (many) factions of knights (templars, hospitallers) whose greed endangers the Kingdom, like the real characters of Guy of Lusignan (Marton Csokas) and Raynald of Chatillon (Brendan Gleeson).
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