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  Wikipedia: WikiProject Fact and Reference Check/Example 6/ - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He was the son of Humphrey III of Toron and Stephanie of Milly&sup6;, and grandson of Humphrey II, former constable of Jerusalem.
Humphrey's sister Isabella was married to Rupen III of Armenia&sup7;.
Humphrey IV, as a member of an old family, was therefore an anomaly in the royal family¹0;; in 1180 he became betrothed to Isabella of Jerusalem¹1;, daughter of former king Amalric I, under the agreement that Toron would become a royal territory¹2;.
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 Toron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Banias, which had been given to Baldwin II by the Assassins in 1128, was inherited by Toron around 1148 when Humphrey II married the daughter of Renier Brus, lord of Banias and Assebebe.
Toron was dismantled by Sultan al-Mu'azzam in 1219 along with the defences of Jerusalem and the castles of Safed and Banyas.
Toron Ahmud remained in the Lordship of Beirut until John of Ibelin sold it to the Teutonic Knights in 1261.
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 agnes of courtenay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Agnes was the daughter of Joscelin II of Courtenay, count of Edessa, and sister of Joscelin III.
She also appointed Amalric of Lusignan constable of the kingdom when Humphrey II of Toron died in 1179; there were rumours that she was having an affair with Amalric.
In 1183 she probably helped arrange the marriage of Humphrey IV of Toron to Isabella of Jerusalem; one of the terms of marriage was that Toron should become a royal domain.
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 Humphrey Iv Of Toron   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
1192) was the lord of Toron, Kerak, and Oultrejordain in the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Humphrey IV, as a member of an old family, was therefore an anomaly in the royal family; in 1180 he became betrothed to Isabella of Jerusalem, daughter of former king Amalric I, under the agreement that Toron would become a royal territory.
Humphrey's mother convinced Saladin not to direct his attack against the tower in which the marriage was taking place, although he continued to besiege the rest of the fortress; Kerak was eventually relieved by king Baldwin IV.
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 Humphrey II of Toron   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Humphrey II of Toron (1117-1179) was lord of Toron and constable of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Humphrey was defeated by Nur ad-Din at Banias in 1157 and was besieged in its castle until Baldwin III arrived to lift the siege.
He was succeeded in Toron by his grandson Humphrey IV, son of Humphrey III and Stephanie of Milly; Humphrey III was his son by his unknown first wife.
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 Humphrey II of Toron - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Humphrey II of Toron   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Humphrey had become lord of Toron sometime before 1140, when he married the daughter of Renier Brus, lord of Banias.
Humphrey became castellan of Hebron in 1149 when Hebron became a domain of the royal family of Jerusalem.
Humphrey himself later married Philippa, sister of Bohemund II of Antioch, who had previously had an affair with future Byzantine emperor Andronicus I Comnenus, Manuel's cousin.
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 Second Crusade Online Research :: Information about Second Crusade   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Count Baldwin II of Jerusalem and future count Joscelin I of Edessa were taken captive after their defeat at the Battle of Harran in 1104.
His successor Joscelin II of Edessa was forced into an alliance with the Byzantine Empire, but in 1143 both the Byzantine emperor John II Comnenus and the King of Jerusalem Fulk of Jerusalem died.
Joscelin II continued to rule the remnants of the county from Turbessel, but little by little the rest of the territory was captured or sold to the Byzantines.
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 vassals of the kingdom of jerusalem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
When Hugh II rebelled against King Fulk in 1134 the county was divided into a number of smaller holdings, and Jaffa itself became a royal domain.
Banias was given to Baldwin II by the Assassins in 1128.
The lords of Toron tended to be very influential in the kingdom; Humphrey II was constable of Jerusalem and Humphrey IV was married to Isabella, Amalric I's daughter (Toron passed under royal control during their marriage).
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 Articles - Vassals of the Kingdom of Jerusalem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Banias was merged with Toron under Humphrey II of Toron until it fell to Nur ad-Din in 1164, and when it was recovered it became part of the Seigneury of Joscelin III of Edessa (see below).
Humphrey IV was married to Isabella, Amalric I's daughter.
Toron had two vassals of its own, the Lordship of Castel Neuf, which fell to Nur ad-Din in 1167, and the Lordship of Toron Ahmud, which was sold to the Teutonic Knights in 1261.
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 Humphrey Gilbert - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Humphrey Gilbert   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Humphrey Gilbert - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Humphrey Gilbert.
Sir Humphrey Gilbert (1539 - 1583) was Sir Walter Raleigh's half brother.
In 1566 he presented A Discourcs of a Discoveries for a new Passage to Cataia to Queen Elizabeth I of England, to gain royal patronage for voyages of exploration to China (Cataia) by sailing in a Northwest direction, via an anticipated "Northwest Passage".
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 Articles - Second Crusade   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Count Baldwin II and future count Joscelin of Courtenay were taken captive after their defeat at the Battle of Harran in 1104.
His successor Joscelin II was forced into an alliance with the Byzantine Empire, but in 1143 both the Byzantine emperor John II Comnenus and the King of Jerusalem Fulk of Anjou died.
In late 1144, Joscelin II allied with the Ortoqids and marched out of Edessa with almost his entire army to support the Ortoqid Kara Aslan against Aleppo.
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 Articles - Principality of Galilee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The castle of Toron was built by Hugh of St. Omer, second prince of Galilee, to help capture Tyre.
The lords of Toron tended to be very influential in the kingdom; Humphrey II was constable of Jerusalem.
Humphrey IV was married to Isabella, Amalric I's daughter (Toron passed into the royal domain during their marriage but its title was returned to Humphrey IV after their divorce).
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 ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Baldwin II was cousin to Baldwin I and was the last of the greater princes of the First Crusade.
Baldwin II was the first King of Jerusalem to be able to arrange for a smooth succession.
When she was freed, she asked Saladin to free her son Humphrey of Toron, who had been captured at Hattin.
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 Kerak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Because of its position east of the Jordan River, Kerak was able to control Bedouin herders as well as the trade routes from Damascus to Egypt and Mecca.
In 1184 Saladin besieged the castle in response to Raynald's attacks.
The siege took place during the marriage of Humphrey IV of Toron and Isabella of Jerusalem, and Saladin, after some negotiations and with a chivalrous intent, agreed not to target their chamber while his siege machines attacked the rest of the castle.
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 Israel Heads
Her marriage to Louis II of Anjou in 1400, who spent much of his life fighting in Italy for his claim to the kingdom of Napoli.
When her husband King Jacques II died, she was appointed Queen until the birth of an heir, with a council of regency among whom were her uncles Her son King Jacques III only lived one year.
Daughter of Jean II (1425-70), Duc de Lorraine, Titular King of Napoli and Claimant to Aragón by his grandmother, Yolanda de Aragón, and successor of her brother, Nicolai.
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 Second Crusade   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Unlike the First Crusade, the new venture attracted Royalty, such as Eleanor of Aquitaine, the queen; Thierry of Alsace, Count of Flanders; Henry, the future Count of Champagne; Louis’ brother Robert I of Dreux; Alphonse I of Toulouse; William II of Nevers; William de Warenne, 3rd Earl of Surrey; and numerous other nobles and bishops.
Emperor Frederick I, duke of Swabia during the Second Crusade In Asia Minor, Conrad decided not to wait for the French, and marched towards Iconium, capital of the Seljuk Sultanate of Rüm.
The [[Umayyad Mosque in the center of Damascus]] In Jerusalem the focus of the crusade quickly changed to Damascus, the preferred target of Baldwin III and the Knights Templar.
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 iqexpand.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
HUMPHREY HODY HODY, HUMPHREY (1659-1707), English divine, was bort at Odcombe in Somersetshire in 1659.
Humphrey Hody is appointed regius professor of Greek at Oxford.
Humphrey-Hawkins Full Employment Act Humphrey Hody Humphrey II of Toron Humphrey IV of Toron Humphrey Jennings Humphrey Lyttelton Humphrey Plantagenet, Duke of Gloucester Humphrey Repton Humphrey Stafford...
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 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg1423 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Bohemond II of Antioch GUISCARD [Parents] died 1130.
Humphrey IV of TORON [Parents] married Isabel I of JERUSALEM.
Henry II of CHAMPAIGNE [Parents] died 1196 in Acre, Palestine.
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 Definition of hubert h. humphrey metrodome
1:...f [[Toron]], [[Kerak]], and [[Oultrejordain]] in the [[crusade]]r [[Kingdom of Jerusalem]].
1:...f Jerusalemlord of Toron]] and [[constable]] of the [[Kingdom of Jerusalem]].
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 Women in power 1150-1200
Joscelin II de Courtenay lost most of the territory to Nur ad-Din of Aleppo in 1146 and in 1150 he was taken prisoner during an attempt to reconqor the county, and Beatrice sold what was left of the area to the Byzantines.
Matheiu II died in 1180 and she married Count Gerhard III van Gelders, Duke Berthold IV von Zähringen (or possibly Berthold V) and finally Count Rainald I. von Dammartin-en-Goelo, who were all joint regents.
Following the death of her husband, Duke Bogislav von Pommern (Bogusław I of Pomorze), she was regent for her sons Bogislaw II and Kasimir II jointly with with Wartislaw II as joint guardian, who sought to have the fief renewed by King Knud of Denmark but also made ties with the German rulers.
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 Articles - Baldwin III of Jerusalem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1152 Baldwin and his mother were called to intervene in a dispute between Baldwin's aunt Hodierna of Tripoli and her husband Count Raymond II.
Baldwin named his supporter Humphrey II of Toron as the new constable.
In 1157 he sent Humphrey of Toron to negotiate with Emperor Manuel, and it was decided that Baldwin should marry Theodora, Manuel's niece.
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 Encyclopedia: Kerak
Caravans comprise land-based trading convoys, often utilising the camel as a beast of burden, and generally associated with crossing deserts in Asia or Africa.
Events January 21 - Philip II of France and Richard I of England begin to assemble troops to wage the Third Crusade September 3- Richard I of England is crowned as king of England.
In AD 1263, the Mamluk ruler, Baybars, enlarged and built a tower on the north-west corner.
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 Crusaders, Greeks, and Muslims by Sanderson Beck
Baldwin II appealed to Bohemond and Joscelin; but a dispute whether Baldwin's flag or Bohemond's should be raised first resulted in the crusaders failing to take Harran when a Turkish army arrived.
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.
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 Lebanon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The primary center of the Phoenicians, the source for the anciently-famed cedars of Lebanon, and the mountainous home of a great many cultural survivals, it continues today to be a stage upon which dramatically important events take place.
As an interesting aside, it should be noted that Mardaite communities existed elsewhere in the Levant, and that in the late 600's Justinian II relocated a large number of these as part of a peace treaty with the Caliphate.
In 358, Tabnit II raised the standard of rebellion in Sidon, but was crushed by Persia later the same year.
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 Kerak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1176 Raynald of Chatillon gained possession of Kerak after marrying of Milly the widow of Humphrey III Toron (and daughter-in-law of Humphrey II).
The siege took place during the of Humphrey IV of Toron and Isabella of Jerusalem and Saladin after some negotiations and a chivalrous intent agreed not to target their while his siege machines attacked the rest the castle.
The siege was eventually relieved King Baldwin IV After the Battle of Hattin in 1187 Saladin besieged Kerak again and finally it in 1189.
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