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  Humphrey IV of Toron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Humphrey's sister Isabella was married to Rupen III of Armenia.
Humphrey's mother convinced Saladin not to direct his attack against the tower in which the newly married young couple lived, although he continued to besiege the rest of the fortress; Kerak was eventually relieved by King Baldwin IV.
Humphrey probably died soon after this, and the lordship of Toron was claimed by his sister Isabella (married to Ruben III of Armenia) and her issue, rex iunior of Armenia prince of Antioch, and eventually the claim to the lordship was inherited by the Montfort family, lords of Toron and Tyre.
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 Toron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Humphrey IV was married to Isabella, King Amalric I's daughter (Toron passed into the royal domain during their marriage but its title was returned to Humphrey IV after their divorce).
The lords of Toron were also connected to the Lordship of Oultrejordain by the marriage of Humphrey III and the maternal inheritance of Humphrey IV.
Toron Ahmud remained in the Lordship of Beirut until John of Ibelin sold it to the Teutonic Knights in 1261.
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 Humphrey II of Toron - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Humphrey II of Toron   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Humphrey II of Toron (1117-1179) was lord of Toron and constable of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Humphrey had become lord of Toron sometime before 1140, when he married the daughter of Renier Brus, lord of Banias.
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.
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 Humphrey IV of Toron -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
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 (Click link for more info and facts about Baldwin IV) Baldwin IV.
Humphrey was also intimidated into the divorce by Guy of Senlis, a (The Romance language spoken in France and in countries colonized by France) French noble, who challenged him to combat (Humphrey refused).
As Humphrey was fluent in (The Semitic language of the Arabs; spoken in a variety of dialects) Arabic he was able to negotiate with Saladin on Richard's behalf.
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 Humphrey B. Bear - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Humphrey B. Bear   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Humphrey B. Bear is an Australian children's television series and its fictional character namesake is an icon of Australian children's television.
The character of Humphrey is a tall, shaggy brown bear with a large plastic nose, straw boater, tartan waist-coat and over-sized yellow bow-tie.
Each episode of Humphrey is designed to entertain and educate its audience as they join in the fun with the character of Humphrey B Bear.
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Humphrey's mother, Stephanie of Milly, sent a message to Saladin telling him of the recent wedding and reminding him of their shared history.
Her half-brother Baldwin IV was recognized unanimously as king, as he was the only male available, but the concerns of illegitimacy shadowed Isabella's half-sister Sibylla's position for the entire period.
While married to Henry it was retrospectively decided that her marriage to Humphrey was not in fact invalid, but as Humphrey had died in the meantime, Isabella was married for a fourth time to Amalric II of Jerusalem (also Amalric I of Cyprus), brother of Guy of Lusignan.
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 BALDWIN IV OF JERUSALEM FACTS AND INFORMATION
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, who discovered that the boy was a leper.
In the summer of 1180, Agnes had Baldwin IV marry Sibylla to Guy_of_Lusignan, brother of the constable Amalric of Lusignan.
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 Kerak
In 1176 Raynald of Chatillon gained possession of Kerak after marrying Stephanie of Milly, the widow of Humphrey III of Toron (and daughter-in-law of Humphrey II).
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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 Stephanie of Milly   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Her son with Humphrey was the future Humphrey IV of Toron, and their daughter Isabella married Ruben III of Armenia.
In 1183 Stephanie's son Humphrey married Isabella of Jerusalem in the castle of Kerak.
Raynald was killed at the ensuing Battle of Hattin, and Humphrey IV was later captured.
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 Encyclopedia: Raynald of Chatillon
Because his wife Constance had died in 1163, Raynald married another wealthy widow, Stephanie, the widow of both Humphrey III of Toron and Miles of Plancy, and the heiress of the lordship of Oultrejordain, including the castles Kerak and Montreal to the southeast of the Dead Sea.
Saladin vowed to behead Raynald himself, and at the end of the year Saladin attacked Kerak, during the marriage of Raynald's stepson Humphrey IV of Toron to Isabella of Jerusalem.
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.
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 Raynald of Chatillon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
After his released in 1176, he married Stephanie, the widow of Humphrey III of Toron, and the heiress of the lordship of Oultrejordain, including the castles Kerak and Montreal to the southeast of the Dead Sea.
In 1181 the temptation of the caravans which passed by Kerak proved too strong, and, in spite of a truce between Saladin and Baldwin IV, Raynald began to plunder.
His ships were captured by one of Saladin's officers, and at the end of the year Saladin attacked Kerak, during the marriage of Raynald's stepson Humphrey IV of Toron to Isabella of Jerusalem.
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 Humphrey IV of Toron   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
In 1186, when Baldwin V died, Baldwin's stepfather Raynald tried to convince Humphrey to claim the throne in right of his wife, whom Dowager Queen Maria and the Ibelin faction wanted to crown as soon as possible.
Conrad then married Isabella himself (although he had already married twice and it was possible that at least one of those wives was still alive at that time), and claimed the throne of Jerusalem through her, with the support of the Ibelins and other barons.
Humphrey probably died soon after this, and the lordship of Toron was claimed by his sister Isabella (married to Rupen of Armenia) and her issue, rex iunior of Armenia prince of Antioch, and eventually the claim to the lordship was inherited by the Montfort family, lords of Toron and Tyre.
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 Humphrey Gilbert - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Humphrey Gilbert   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
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 - Principality of Galilee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
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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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 the summer of 1180, Agnes had Baldwin IV marry Sibylla to Guy of Lusignan, brother of the constable Amalric of Lusignan.
Additionally, Agnes also had Baldwin marry the eight-year-old princess Isabella to Humphrey IV of Toron, an ally to Agnes, thus neutralizing the Ibelin-Maria faction.
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She was the eldest daughter of Amalric I of Jerusalem and Agnes of Courtenay and sister of Baldwin IV.
Baldwin IV deposed Guy as regent in 1183 and attempted to have Sibylla's marriage annulled through-out 1184.
Baldwin IV himself expired by early 1185, leaving Sibylla's son as king and Raymond as regent.
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 Vassals of the Kingdom of Jerusalem : search word
The castle of Toron was built by Hugh of St. Omer, 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 and Humphrey IV was married to Isabella, Amalric I's daughter (Toron passed under royal control during their marriage).
Toron was later merged with the royal domain of Tyre.
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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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 KERAK FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
These were used for living quarters and stables, but also served as a fighting gallery overlooking the castle approach and for shelter against missiles from siege_engines.
In 1176 Raynald_of_Chatillon gained possession of Kerak after marrying Stephanie_of_Milly, the widow of Humphrey_III_of_Toron (and daughter-in-law of Humphrey II).
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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 Articles - Balian of Ibelin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
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.
Isabella and Humphrey IV first had to be divorced, and Balian gave his support to this decision, perhaps remembering that Humphrey had defected to the court party in 1186.
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 Richard I of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
From Cyprus onwards, Richard had among his friends and allies a Franco-Syrian noble, Humphrey IV of Toron, the former husband of Richard's father's first cousin Isabella, Queen of Jerusalem.
The young Humphrey was the dispossessed Lord of Toron, Oultrejordain, etc. He knew the Muslim culture and spoke Arabic, whereby Richard used him as his translator and negotiator.
As contemporary sources allege, Humphrey was not suited to married life and was known as soft and effeminate.
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 Christian Web Site Forum Archive - ChristianWebSite.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Baldwin IV was educated by the historian William of Tyre, and came to the throne at the age of thirteen.
November 25, 1177 Battle of Ramleh (Montgisard): Although a force of 500 led by King Baldwin IV attempts to stop Saladin at Ascalon, the same site where an Egyptian relief force was defeated almost one hundred years before, the Egyptian army is able to bypass the Crusaders and continue on towards the goal of Jerusalem.
His mother, Sibylla, sister of King Baldwin IV, is crowned Queen of Jerusalem by Joscelin of Courtenay and her husband, Guy of Lusignan, is crowned King.
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 Stephanie of Milly - free-definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Her son with Humphrey was the future Humphrey IV of Toron.
In 1176 she married Raynald of Chatillon, the former prince of Antioch, who had recently been released from captivity in Aleppo.
In 1183 Stephanie's son Humphrey married Isabella of Jerusalem in the castle of Kerak, but the ceremonies were interrupted by the arrival of Saladin, who besieged the place.
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 Religious Military Orders - by Brad A. Sand and Dr. Carl Edwin Lindgren
In an attempt to raise interest in the Latin states predicament and because he was upset by their support for Guy, Baldwin IV had dispatched the Templar Grand Master Arnold de Torroge, the Hospital of Saint John, Hospitaller, Grand Master Roger de les Moulins and the patriarch of Jerusalem Heraclius to Europe.
Baldwin IV provided that his nephew become his heir and if the boy should die before he reached the age of ten, the succession to the throne would be decided by the four powers of Christendom: the pope, the Holy Roman Emperor, the king of France and the king of England.
When Humphrey IV of Toron abandoned the barons, their cause was lost.
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 Articles - Conrad of Montferrat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The heiress of Jerusalem was Isabella of Jerusalem, Queen Sibylla's half-sister, who was married to Humphrey IV of Toron, of whom she was fond.
Another suspect was Humphrey IV of Toron, Isabella's first husband.
Later, while returning from the crusade in disguise, Richard was recognised by Meinhard II of Görz, who is described as Conrad's nephew (which suggests the identity of his first wife), and then imprisoned by his cousin Leopold V of Austria.
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