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  Lebanon Heads of State
1152 Regent Dowager Countess Hodierna of Jerusalem of Tripoli
Hodierna was the third daughter of Queen Morphia (dp.1129) and King Baldwin II of Jerusalem (d.1131).
Hodierna was married to Count Raymond II of Tripoli, the son and heir of Pons of Tripoli (c.1133), and became Countess of Tripoli (c.1143) following the death of her father-in-law.
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 Science Fair Projects - Hodierna of Tripoli
Hodierna was the third of four daughters; her older sisters were Melisende (wife of Fulk of Jerusalem) and Alice (wife of Bohemund II of Antioch), and her younger sister was Ioveta (abbess of Bethany).
The four sisters were close; Hodierna may have asked Melisende to arrange for the assassination of Alphonse I of Toulouse, son of Raymond IV of Toulouse, in 1148, when Alphonse came to claim the County of Tripoli.
Around the same time, Hodierna was in the middle of a dispute with her husband Raymond II of Tripoli, whom she had married around 1135.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: County of Tripoli (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The County of Tripoli continued to exist as a vassal state of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, while within the county itself the Knights Hospitaller were given an autonomous castle in 1142, Krak des Chevaliers.
Count Raymond III, who reigned in Tripoli from 1152 to 1187, was an important figure in the history of the Kingdom to the south, due to his close relationship to its Kings (his mother Hodierna was a daughter of Baldwin II of Jerusalem) and to his own position as Prince of Galilee through his wife.
Raymond of Tripoli (1193–1194), son of Bohemund III of Antioch.
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 County of Tripoli
The County of Tripoli was the last of the four major Crusader states in the Levant to be created.
The County of Tripoli continued to exist as a vassal state of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Count Raymond III[?], who reigned from 1152 to 1187, was an important figure in the history of the Kingdom to the south, due to his close relationship to its Kings (his mother Hodierna was a daughter of Baldwin II of Jerusalem) and to his own position as Prince of Galilee through his wife.
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 tripoli
Tripoli was the last city of conquest, taking almost six years of siege before it was finally brought under the Crusader banner.
He was in Tripoli at the time that Raymond II was killed by a band of Assassins at the city gates.
A Sicilian fleet was at port in Tripoli, which prevented a siege of that city.
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 Genealogy - pafg2306 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Raymond II Di Tripoli [Parents] was born in 1115.
Hodierna De Rethel [Parents] was born in 1110.
Raymond III Di Tripoli was born in 1140.
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 Raymund Of Tripoli - LoveToKnow 1911
RAYMUND OF TRIPOLI, the most famous of the descendants of Raymund of Toulouse, was a great-grandson of his eldest son Bertrand: his mother was Hodierna, a daughter of Baldwin II., and through her he was closely connected with the kings of Jerusalem.
But as Saladin grew more threatening, Raymund grew more indispensable; and in 1184 he became regent for Baldwin V., on condition that, if the king died before his majority, his successor should be determined by the great powers of the West.
His ambiguous position led contemporaries to accuse him of treasonable correspondence with Saladin; but his loyalty to the Christian cause was nobly shown in 1187, when he reconciled himself to Guy, and aided him in the battle of Hattin, which was engaged, however, in the teeth of his earnest advice.
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 The Counts of Toulouse and the County of Tripoli
The County of Tripoli continued existed as a vassal state of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, while within the county itself the Knights Hospitaller were given an autonomous castle in 1142, the famous Krak des Chevaliers - one of the greatest castles in the world.
In 1137 Tripoli was invaded by the sultan of Damascus, and Pons was killed in battle.
Raymond often quarrelled with Hodierna, and Hodierna's sister Melisende was invited to mediate in 1152.
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 Hodierna of Tripoli - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Around the same time, Hodierna was in the midst of a dispute with her husband Raymond II of Tripoli, whom she had married around 1135.
Hodierna died at an unknown date, probably in the 1160s.
Hodierna is said to have come down from her castle on hearing the news, and Rudel died in her arms.
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 Crusaders, Greeks, and Muslims by Sanderson Beck
Tancred was reconciled with Baldwin II of Edessa, and the Toulouse inheritance was divided as Bertram pledged fealty to King Baldwin.
Raymond II of Tripoli offered his daughter Melisend in marriage to Manuel, and both were crushed when the Emperor rejected her to marry Princess Maria of Antioch.
The Dominican William of Tripoli was living in Acre and pleaded for conversion of the Saracens by persuasive missions rather than conquest by the sword.
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 Raymond II of Tripoli - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hodierna was very independent, but Raymond was a jealous husband and kept her in seclusion.
Hodierna's nephew Baldwin III of Jerusalem ensured the support of the nobles of the county, and Hodierna allowed him to give the castle of Tortosa to the Knights Templar, in order to defend from an attack by Nur ad-Din, who invaded when he heard of Raymond's death.
Raymond and Hodierna's daughter Melisende was later a candidate to marry Byzantine emperor Manuel I Comnenus.
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 RAYMUND OF TRIPOLI - Online Information article about RAYMUND OF TRIPOLI
Tripoli in 1152, on the assassination of his See also:
In 1164 he was captured by Nureddin, and was only released in 1172 after a captivity of eight years.
He escaped from the battle wounded, and ultimately retired to Tripoli, where he died (1187).
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 Women in power 1150-1200
1152 Regent Dowager Countess Hodierna of Jerusalem of Tripoli (Lebanon)
Hodierna was married to Count Raymond II of Tripoli.
1173 she married Raimond III of Tripoli, and in 1179 she paid a ransom of 50.000 Turkish Dinars (Lira) for her son, Hugo, who was taken prisoner by Sultan Saladin.
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 Melisende of Jerusalem
In the years afterwards she became known as a great patron of the arts and founded a large abbey at Bethany.
She gave political support to her sister Alice in a regency question, and was present at her sister Hodierna's marriage to Count Raymond II of Tripoli in 1137.
She is said to have had a succession of lovers, as well.
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 Liban Tripoli   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Treaty with Tripoli (1796) - The Treaty of Tripoli (the Treaty of Peace and Friendship) was a 1796 peace treaty between the United States and Tripoli.
It was signed at Tripoli on November 4, 1796 and at Algiers (for a third-party guarantee) on January 3, 1797 by Joel Barlow, the American consul to the Barbary states of Algiers, Tripoli and Tunis.
Melisende of Tripoli - Melisende of Tripoli was the daughter of Hodierna of Tripoli and Raymond II, count of Tripoli.
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 Informat.io on Baldwin Ii Of Jerusalem
Baldwin was called a cousin of the brothers Eustace III of Boulogne, Godfrey of Bouillon, and Baldwin of Boulogne, but the exact manner in which they are related has never been discovered.
His daughters Alice and Hodierna also married important princes, Bohemund II of Antioch and Raymond II of Tripoli respectively (his fourth daughter Ioveta became a nun in Bethany).
In 1131 Baldwin fell sick and died on August 21, and was buried in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
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 Raymond III of Tripoli - Avoo - Ask Us A Question - Raymond III of Tripoli (1140–1187) was Count of Tripoli from 1152 ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Raymond of Saint-Gilles was a great-grandson of Raymond IV of Toulouse (Raymond I of Tripoli).
His mother, princess Hodierna of Jerusalem, daughter of King Baldwin II, ruled as regent until Raymond came of age three years later.
The County of Tripoli plays no role in the movie and Raymond/Tiberias is simply 'Marshall' (sic) of Jerusalem, which was in reality a very low position in the kingdom.
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 Armenians and Crusaders - HyeForum
Baldwin IV died in March 1185, leaving, according to previous agreement, Raymond of Tripoli as regent for the child king Baldwin V. But when Baldwin V died in 1186 the court party outmanoeuvred the other barons and, disregarding succession arrangements that had been formally drawn up, hastily crowned Sibyl.
The County of Tripoli and the Principality of Antioch were each reduced to the capital city and a few outposts.
Bohemond VI of Tripoli marries Hetoum's daughter, Sybille and Prince Levon is knighted at Mamistra.
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 Bethany Homes
The eldest, Melisende, married Fulk V of Anjou and succeeded Baldwin to the throne of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Alice married Bohemund II of Antioch, and Hodierna married Raymond II of Tripoli.
When Melisende lay dying in 1161, Ioveta and Hodierna were at her side (Alice had probably died sometime earlier).
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 The Assassins: 4
At this time Raymond's marriage was in a bad state: his wife Hodierna, sister of Queen Melisende, was headstrong and flighty, and Raymond, who was intensely jealous, tried to keep her shut up like a Muslim woman.
Raymond III of Tripoli, son of that Raymond who had been murdered by the Assassins in 1152, became regent; he was able and determined but he could not unite the kingdom.
Two parties arose, one composed of the native barons and the Hospitallers, who followed Raymond and who were prepared to reach a sensible accommodation with the Muslims, and the other, aggressively and militantly Christian, composed of the Templars and of newcomers from the West with little understanding of the situation in the East.
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 Tripoli   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Siege of Tripoli - The Siege of Tripoli lasted from 1102 until July 12, 1109.
Tripoli City Lebanon - Tripoli City Lebanon City Schools and City Politics: Institutions and Leadership in Pittsburgh, Boston, and St. Louis by John Portz, Educational reform is one of the most critical issues facing our cities, but some cities are better at it than others.
City Schools tripoli city lebanon and City Politics is based on an eleven-city NSF study of civic capacity tripoli city lebanon and urban education.
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 Cleverpedia, the ultimate encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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It followed its father Raimund II., which was killed by the Assassinen, and Hodierna, which governed for it during its minority.
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 Alice of Antioch - Avoo - Ask Us A Question - Alice of Antioch (also Haalis, Halis, or Adelicia) was Princess of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Antiochene nobles appealed to Fulk for help, and Alice allied with the rulers of the other two northern Crusader states, Pons of Tripoli and Joscelin I's son Joscelin II.
Pons would not allow Fulk to pass through the County of Tripoli, and Fulk was forced to travel to Antioch by sea.
Of her other sisters, Hodierna married Raymond II of Tripoli, and Ioveta became abbess of the convent in Bethany.
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 County of Tripoli - Avoo - Ask Us A Question - The County of Tripoli was the last of the four major Crusader states in ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
County of Tripoli - Avoo - Ask Us A Question - The County of Tripoli was the last of the four major Crusader states in the Levant to be created
The Lordship of Botron was centered around the castle of Batroun.
Raymond IV of Tripoli (1187–1189), son of Bohemund III of Antioch.
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 antique maps of Africa 7 December 2006
Le Coste di Barbaria Ovvero I Regni di Marocco di Fez di Algeri di Tunisiadi Tripoli coi paesi circonvicini.
A map of Africa from the 'Atlas Curieux'.
A map of Tripoli (Libya), shows the Gulf of Sirte.
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 Medieval Scottish History
Melisende, eldest daughter of King Baldwin II (du Bourg) of Jerusalem and Edessa, becomes queen at his death and marries the Duke of Anjou.
[Her sisters are Alice [Princess of Antioch], Hodierna [Count Raymond II of Tripoli] and Joveta [Abbess of Bethany].
She ‘improves’ relations between Jacobite and Armenian churches, murders Alfonso-Jordan, Count of Toulouse and creates an army for Count Joscelin of Edessa.
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 4th Units Preview: The County of Tripoli - Total War Center Forums
John I Tzimisces did bring his armies close to Jerusalem and if things had been a little different, the Byzantines could well have extended their presence over much of Syria.
Though I dont like the heavy cavalry so much do the "retangular"-ish looking cloth that surrounds the horse's legs and the two clothing types avaliable...
For practical reasons why would a soldier leave his shield on his back,if I were a men at arms ill draw that shield out pretty quickly before battle.
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 swuklink: Searchable Time-Line     (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Death of Pons of Tripoli, Count of Tripoli; succeeded (-1152) by his son, Raymond II of Tripoli
1115-1152) to Hodierna of Rethel, daughter of Baldwin II, king of Jerusalem
King Stephen crosses to Normandy to enforce his claim to the duchy of Normandy
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