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  Bohemund I - LoveToKnow 1911
From Constantinople to Antioch Bohemund was the real leader of the First Crusade; and it says much for his leading that the First Crusade succeeded in crossing Asia Minor, which the Crusades of 1101, 1147 and 1189 failed to accomplish.
Bohemund was the first to get into position before Antioch (October 1097), and he took a great part in the siege, beating off the Mahommedan attempts at relief from the east, and connecting the besiegers on the west with the port of St Simeon and the Italian ships which lay there.
But Bohemund was not secure in the possession of Antioch, even after its surrender and the defeat of Kerbogha; he had to make good his claims against Raymund of Toulouse, who championed the rights of Alexius.
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 Raymund - LoveToKnow 1911
RAYMUND, prince of Antioch (1099-1149), was the son of William VI., count of Poitou.
Fulk, the king of Jerusalem, and, as such, guardian of Antioch, was concerned to find a husband for her, and sent envoys to England to offer her hand to Raymund, who was then at the court of Henry I.
The marriage excited the indignation of Alice, the mother of Constance, who had been led by the patriarch to think that it was she whom Raymund desired to wed; and the new prince had thus to face the enmity of the princess dowager and her party.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Raynald of Chatillon
Constance of Antioch (1127-1163) was the ruler of the principality of Antioch (a crusader state) from 1130 to her death.
The Patriarch of Antioch is one of the Eastern Orthodox patriarchs, sometimes called the Greek Patriarch of Antioch to distinguish from the Oriental Orthodox Syrian Patriarch of Antioch.
Maria of Antioch (1145-1182) was the daughter of Constance of Antioch and her first husband Raymond of Poitiers.
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 ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Byzantine influence over Antioch was patently evidenced when, in 1165, Bohemond married a niece of the emperor and installed a Greek patriarch in the city, who remained in his position until he died in an earthquake five years later.
The emperor was buried at Antioch and the Germans became an insignificant contingent during the crusade.
In 1254 the quarrel between Antioch and Lesser Armenia was at length put to rest with the marriage of Bohemond VI and Sibylla, daughter of Hethoum I of Lesser Armenia.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Constance was the only daughter of Bohemund II of Antioch by his wife Alice, princess of Jerusalem.
In 1136, while still a child, Constance was married to Raymond of Poitiers, whom the noble supporters of the regency had secretly summoned from Europe; Alice was tricked into believing Raymond was going to marry her, and, humiliated, left Antioch for good when the marriage was performed.
Maria of Antioch (1145-1182), married (rechristened as "Xena") to Manuel I Comnenus
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Following the regencies of Baldwin II of Jerusalem (1130-1131) and Fulk of Jerusalem (1131-1136), Raymond assumed the control of the principality of Antioch by his marriage in 1136 with the heiress of Bohemund II of Antioch, Constance, a child of ten years of age.
The marriage had the blessing of the Patriarch of Antioch, but not of Alice of Antioch, the mother of the bride, who believed that Raymond was intended to be her husband.
The first years of Raymond and Constance's joint rule were spent with conflicts with the Byzantine Emperor John II Comnenus, who had come south partly to recover Cilicia from Leo of Armenia, and to reassert his rights over Antioch.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Bohemund VI of Antioch
Bohemund VI of Antioch (1237-1275), was ruler of the principality of Antioch (a crusader state) between 1251 and 1268.
Bohemund VI was the son of Bohemund V of Antioch by his wife Luciana of Segni, niece of Pope Innocent III.
Bohemund returned to Antioch in 1165, and married one of Manuel's nieces; he was also convinced to install a Greek Orthodox patriarch in the city.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Bohemund-VI-of-Antioch   (791 words)

  
 The Ultimate Constance of Antioch Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
Constance Guiscard (1127-1163) was the ruler of the principality of Antioch (a crusader state) from 1130 to her death.
Mary of Antioch (1145-1182), married (rechristened as "Xena") to Manuel I Comnenus
Philippa of Antioch, married to Andronicus I Comnenus
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 Antioch, Norman Principality of
The centre of the principality was Antioch (modern Antakya, Turkey), which predominantly had a Christian population.
Antioch was the leading commercial centre of the Latin East, central in trade both with Christians and Muslims.
Antioch was a fragile state, and many of its rulers died in battle.
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 Constance Lucille Nash Brady, A.I.A.
Constance was the first woman to graduate from the College of Architecture at the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
Constance was a founding member of the East County Area Planning Advisory group, a precursor to the East County Planning Commission.
Constance was born on August 26, 1931 in Redlands, California.
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 Roman Emperors DIR Mary of Antioch
At Antioch, Choniates tells us, Manuel took part in a tournament with blunted lances, in which the men of Reynald of Chatillon, prince of Antioch, were outmatched and Manuel excelled himself by unhorsing two knights with one blow.
Marguerite-Constance of Antioch, the daughter of Raymond of Poitiers and Constance of Antioch (who had married Reynald of Chatillon after Raymond's death), was one of the two main contenders for the position of Manuel's new bride, the other being Melisende, sister of Raymond III of Tripoli.
[[43]] Maria of Antioch is herself spendidly represented in the manuscript at fol.
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 I5241: Constance of ANTIOCH (____ - ____)
Constance appealed to Emperor Manuel I, who sent ambassadors to Antioch to negotiate a marriage between her daughter and the emperor, their presence alone being sufficient to re-establish Constance's rule in Antioch.
Runciman specifies that Constance appealed to Konstantinos Dukas Kalamános as Governor of Cilicia for help when she was exiled, but this appears incorrect as Kalamános was only appointed Governor in 1367.
After the arrival in Antioch in Mar 1148 of Louis VII King of France at the head of the French army of the Second Crusade, Prince Raymond was unable to persuade the king to attack jointly the city of Aleppo which was the centre of Muslim power in the region.
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 Banks/Dean Genealogy - Person Page 75
Constance of Antioch (?) was born in 1129.
She married Bohemond II of Antioch, son of Bohemond I of Antioch and Constance of France (?), after September 1126.
Bohemond I of Antioch was born in 1057 at Italy.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: General Councils
Synod of Pisa in 1409, and in part with the Councils of Constance and Basle.
Antioch (341), that the law of the Church (kanon) forbids "the
Antioch in which they read: "Si quid sane ab his fratribus quos ad S. Synodum vice mea, praeter id quod ad causam fidei pertinebat gestum fuerit, nullius erit firmitatis" (If indeed anything not pertaining to the cause of faith should have been settled by the brethren I sent to the
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 All Ecumenical Councils - All the Decrees
Third Council of Constantinople (680-681), under Pope Agatho and the Emperor Constantine Pogonatus, was attended by the Patriarchs of Constantinople and of Antioch, 174 bishops, and the emperor.
The synod dealt with the crimes and errors imputed to the Knights Templars, the Fraticelli, the Beghards, and the Beguines, with projects of a new crusade, the reformation of the clergy, and the teaching of Oriental languages in the universities.
Council of Constance (1414-1418), was held during the great Schism of the West, with the object of ending the divisions in the Church.
www.piar.hu /councils   (1185 words)

  
 ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Whether the two were cooperating or fighting, though, events in Byzantium were of great importance to Outremer (especially to Antioch) and to the Crusading movement.
The Hungarian was eventually married to Agnes of Châtillon, daughter of the infamous Reynauld and Constance of Antioch, and with Greek help succeeded to the Hungarian throne in 1173.
With the marriage in 1184 of Henry Hohenstaufen to the Norman princess Constance of Sicily, he knew that the whole weight of the Holy Roman Empire was now joined to the old Norman program of the conquest of Byzantium.
www.the-orb.net /textbooks/crusade/byzantinecru.html   (6537 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Holy See
It was first used to designate the Churches founded by the Apostles; later the word was applied to the principal Christian Churches.
The aforesaid rules of Benedict XIII and John XXIII appeared on 28 November, 1404, and 5 June, 1413, respectively (Von Ottenthal, "Die papstlichen Kanzleiregeln von Johann XXII bis Nikolaus V", Innsbruck, 1888, pp.
During the journey of Martin V (1417-1431) from Constance to Rome it frequently occurred that the pope and ecclesiastical authorities were separated from each other; even at this late
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 Antioch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
She md Raymond II Berenger, Count of Barcelona, abt 1075, son of Raymond I Berenger, Count of Barcelona, and Almodis de la Marche.
Bohemond I, Prince of Antioch, b abt 1068, d 1111, Canossa, Italy.
Constance of Antioch b abt 1128, d 13 Oct 1173.
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 Relatives of D.T. Rogers(b. 1943) - pafg539 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Bohemond II Guiscard of Antioch [Parents] was born about 1090.
Bohemond I Guiscard of Antioch [Parents] was born in 1058.
Princess Constance of France [Parents] was born about 1078 in,, France.
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 AEA in Germany: Courses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Interested students define their interests and the time they can commit; Antioch will facilitate the contacts and provide the support necessary to help them find an appropriate experience.
Antioch's Resident Director helps students choose the proper combination of lectures, seminars and laboratory work to meet home institution requirements, because credits are not part of the German educational system.
These are supplemented by Antioch course evaluations - narratives prepared by the students that document both individual learning and course content.
www.antioch-college.edu /AEA/germany/courses.html   (865 words)

  
 MAJOR COUNCILS OF THE CHURCH: (councils.htm)
Though only 140 bishops were at Lyons, it had the support of the Patriarchs of Antioch, Constantinople, Venice and the Emperor of the East.
Though the Patriarchs of Antioch and Alexandria joined the Pope, it was a noticable difference from the last Council for far fewer bishops and dignitaries attended.
Condemned were the heresies of John Wycliffe and John Hus, the tip of the iceberg that would erupt a century later.
www.dailycatholic.org /history/councils.htm   (2468 words)

  
 The Public's Economic Program -- Page 4 -- TIME
Antioch has emerged from the turbulence of the past few years with its educational programs not only intact but strengthened.
A current report ranks Antioch ninth in success in admittance of its graduates to medical schools.
Antioch College is on the brink of nothing more than another era of progressive education.
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 'Round and 'Round
Constance smiles warmly at Falcone, but it is clear that her attention is beginning to waver for the dashing man the closer she gets to Antioch.
Constance smiles, seeming perfectly comfortable around the impressive dragon lord, where she might be less so around humans.
Constance smiles at the guileless innocence of the young mortal girl.
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 Hauteville   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
[1m.] Bohemond I, Duke of Tarento, Duke of Antioch (1098-1108/11), *1054, +7.3.1111; m.Chartres 1106 Constance of France (*1078 +1124/26)
Constance, Pss of Antioch (1130-63), Lady of Laodicea and Gibel, *1127, +1163; 1m: 1136 Raimond I de Poitiers (+1149); 1153 2m: Renaud de Chatillon-sur-Loing (*ca 1120, +1187)
Constance, *1154, +1198; m.Milan 1186 King Heinrich VI of Germany (*1165 +28.9.1197)
genealogy.euweb.cz /italy/hautvle.html   (604 words)

  
 File 94: Ancestors of Paul Bailey MCBRIDE
Constance (Clementia) of Brittany Countess of Brittany (1162-1201) m(1) Geoffrey of England Duke of Brittany (1158-1186)
Daughter of Bohemond II Prince of Antioch Duke of Calabria (1107-1131) and Alix (1110-1131)
Daughter of Robert_II the_Pious King of France (970-1031) and Constance of_Provence (-1032)
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 The Byzantine Empire during the Crusades   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Hungarian was eventually married to Agnes of Châtillon, daughter of the infamous Reynauld and Constance of Antioch, and with Greek help succeeded to the Hungarian throne in 1173.
Manuel was initially successful in the east, but then suffered a dramatic reverse.
He was so far successful in Syria that we was able to restore a Greek patriarch at Antioch in 1165.
crusades.boisestate.edu /Byzantium/06.shtml   (924 words)

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