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 John of Ibelin (jurist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John of Ibelin (1215 – December 1266), count of Jaffa and Ascalon, was a noted jurist and the author of the longest legal treatise from the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
He was the son of Philip of Ibelin, bailli of the Kingdom of Cyprus, and Alice of Montbéliard, and was the nephew of John of Ibelin, the "Old Lord of Beirut".
John was by now an extremely famous lord in the east, corresponding also with Henry III of England and Pope Innocent IV, who had confirmed Henry I's grant to John.
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 Ibelin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ibelin was a castle in the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem in the 12th century (at modern Yavne, 31.820° N 34.713° E), which gave its name to an important family of nobles.
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.
John married Maria, sister of Hethum I of Armenia, and was the father of James, count of Jaffa and Ascalon and also a noted jurist; and of Guy, count of Jaffa and Ascalon and husband of his cousin Maria, Hethum's daughter.
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 John of Ibelin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John of Ibelin was the name of a number of important crusader nobles of the 13th century, descended from Balian of Ibelin and Maria Comnena:
John of Ibelin (1179-1236), the "Old Lord of Beirut," constable of Jerusalem, regent of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, regent of the Kingdom of Cyprus, and an opponent of Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor.
John of Ibelin (1215-1266), count of Jaffa and Ascalon, bailli of Cyprus, and author of the Assizes of the Haute Cour of Jerusalem.
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Frederick was married to Isabella II, John of Brienne’s daughter, and he attempted to claim the kingship of Jerusalem and the overlordship of Cyprus, as well as John of Ibelin’s lordship of Beirut, which John naturally refused.
John was deposed and the island was placed under imperial control, but he resisted with military force, and outside Nicosia on July 14, 1229, he defeated the imperial bailiffs that Frederick had left on the island after returning home in April.
John was supported by his nobles on Cyprus, and in his continental holdings in Beirut, Caesarea, and Arsuf, as well as by the Knights Templar and the Genoese merchant community.
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 ST JOHN (TOWN) - LoveToKnow Article on ST JOHN (TOWN)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
His daughter Johanna married Sir Walter St John of Lydiard Tregoze and was the grandmother of Viscount Bolingbroke, By his second wife he had two children, and after her death he married, in 1645, Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel Oxenbridge.
St John is an important station of the Intercolonial, Canadian Pacific, and New Brunswick Southern railways, and shares with Halifax the honor of being the chief winter port of the Dominion, the harbour being deep, sheltered and free from ice.
When it was decided to fortify Ibelin (Beit-Jibrin) as an outpost against attacks from the side of Ascalon, it was to the Hospitallers that the building and defence of the new castle were assigned; and from 1137 onwards they took a regular part in the wars of the Cross.
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 Haute_Cour_of_Jerusalem
His description was an idealized explanation of the laws and procedures, based on the idea that Godfrey of Bouillon, the first king of Jerusalem, had personally established it and that it had remained unchanged since then (in the 13th century Godfrey was already a legendary figure).
John of Ibelin's description, while useful, was taken too literally by later historians.
In the 19th century, the court was commonly held to be the purest representation of feudalism in all of the Middle Ages, although today this is considered too simplistic.
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 John of Ibelin (jurist) -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
John of Ibelin (1215-1266), (Click link for more info and facts about count of Jaffa and Ascalon) count of Jaffa and Ascalon, was a noted jurist and the author of the longest legal treatise from the (Click link for more info and facts about Kingdom of Jerusalem) Kingdom of Jerusalem.
John was by now an extremely famous lord in the east, corresponding also with (Click link for more info and facts about Henry III of England) Henry III of England and (Click link for more info and facts about Pope Innocent IV) Pope Innocent IV, who had confirmed Henry I’s grand to John.
John could do little while (Click link for more info and facts about Baibars) Baibars, the Mamluk sultan of Egypt, fought with the (A member of the nomadic peoples of Mongolia) Mongols in (A British mandate on the east coast of the Mediterranean; divided between Jordan and Israel in 1948) Palestine.
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 Castles and Fortifications in Northern Cyprus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
In this peaceful interlude the castle was expanded and used as a summer residence by the Lusignans (a Crusader dynasty), and as a refuge from the plague in 1349-1350.
Elanor convinced John that his Bulgarian bodyguards were plotting to kill him, so he had all 24 of them brought to the tower, and threw them out the window, one-by-one.
John, without sense, or bodyguards, was easy prey for Elanor and her followers, and was soon dispatched (one could have hoped by being tossed out the same window).
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 arsuf   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
In 1187 Arsuf was captured by the Muslims, but fell again to the Crusaders on September 7, 1191 after a battle between Richard I of England and Saladin.
John of Ibelin, Lord of Beirut (1177-1236) became Lord of Arsur in 1207 when he married Melisende of Arsur (born c.1170).
Their son John of Arsur (c.1211-1258) inherited the title.
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 Outremer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
John of Ibelin was tipped off to his approach, though, and moved first, occupying key castles.
John of Ibelin was now in possession of Cyprus, Ricardo Filangieri was in possession of Tyre and Beirut, and the city of Acre was under the control of the Commune.
Filangieri had to defeat Ibelin or his authority in the East would never be anything but a shadow.
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 1215 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
June 15 - King John of England forced to put his seal to the Magna Carta, outlining the rights of landowning men (nobles and knights) and restricting the king's power.
August - King John rejects the Magna Carta, leading to English civil war (the First Barons' War).
England - John, King of England, Lord of Ireland, Duke of Normandy and Aquitaine, and Count of Anjou (ruled England 1167 - 1216)
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 CWS Talk! - The "Kingdom of Heaven" historical accuracy
Balian of Ibelin (died 1193) was an important noble of the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem in the 12th century.
Ibelin, Nablus, and Ramla and all of Balian's other territories were captured by Saladin after Hattin, but Balian and his family were permitted to flee to Tripoli.
The Ibelin family were patrons of the dowager-queen Maria, and historian Bernard Hamilton suggests that Baldwin of Ibelin acted this way in hopes of marrying one of Baldwin's sisters himself.
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 Peter Edbury - Publications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
John of Ibelin, Le Livre des Assises, ed.
John of Ibelin and the Kingdom of Jerusalem (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 1997), xviii + 222 pp.
'John of Jaffa and the Kingdom of Cyprus', Epeterida tou Kentrou Epistimonikon Erevnon, 19 (1997), pp.
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 Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
However, he continued to take his time in setting off, and in 1227, Frederick was excommunicated by Pope Gregory IX for failing to honor his crusading pledge - perhaps unfairly, at this point, as his plans had been delayed by an epidemic.
The crusade ended in a truce and in Frederick's coronation as King of Jerusalem on March 18, 1229 — although this was technically improper, as Frederick's wife Yolande, the heiress, had died in the meantime, leaving their infant son Conrad as rightful heir to the kingdom.
Frederick's further attempts to rule over the Kingdom of Jerusalem were met by resistance on the part of the barons, led by John of Ibelin, Lord of Beirut.
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 The DHAVLOS Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Two years later in 1232 in the absence from Cyprus of the Regent John d Ibelin, the supporters of Emperor Frederick II headed by Sir Aimery Barlais occupied the Castle again.
There, Prince John of Antioch took refuge when he managed to escape from Famagusta, where he had been imprisoned by Genoese, disguised as cook with the help of one of his cooks.
Later on in 1391 King James I (1382-1398), an uncle and successor of Peter II fortified Kantara Castle according to Etienne Lusignan.
www.kypros.org /Occupied_Cyprus/dhavlos/kantara.htm   (1447 words)

  
 John of Ibelin and Kingdom Jerusalem, 0851157033, £50.00/$90.00, 24 1997
John of Ibelin, count of Jaffa and Ascalon (d.
John's career and his ancestors' rise to prominence are the subject of the first half of this book.
The Ibelins and the Kingdom of Jerusalem (1115-1193)
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 Cyprus History: Lusignan Period - Alix (Alice) of Jerusalem-Champagne, Queen of Cyprus & Regent of Jerusalem
Alice was also the aunt of Yolanda (1225), the daughter of her half-sister Maria of Montferrat, and titular Queen of Jerusalem.
She entrusted the government of Cyprus to her uncle Philip of Ibelin, but relations between the two were far from happy, and she constantly insisted that her wishes not taken into consideration.
She then offered the position to Amaury of Barlais, however, John of Ibelin was confirmed in his appointment as "Bailli" of Cyprus (1227).
www.cypnet.co.uk /ncyprus/history/lusignan/1hugues1a.htm   (515 words)

  
 06-chronological_txt_01.html
The Lord of Beirut [John d'Ibelin, Lord of Beirut 1197-1226]..
He placed the King of Cyprus andthe King of Salonika [Demetrius of Monterrat, titular king of Salonica] at the first place at another long table, together with the Marquis of Lancia [Manfred II, Marquis of Lancia, vicar-general of Lombardy] and the other barons of Germany and of the Kingdom.
Some of them - namely Sir John d'Ibelin, later Count of Jaffa, who was then a child, his sister, and other gentle-folk - fled in the midst of the winter.
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 Boydell & Brewer Ltd
John Donne and Conformity in Crisis in the Late Jacobean Pulpit
The sermons of John Donne are seen to embody the tensions and pressure on public religious discourse 1621 - 25.
A study of the career of John of Ibelin, followed by his record of the institutions, government and resources of the kingdom of Jerusalem in the 13c.
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 1236 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
May 6 - Roger of Wendover, Benedictine monk and chronicler.
John of Ibelin, the Old Lord of Beirut
Aragon - James I King of Aragon and count of Barcelona (reigned from 1213 to 1276)
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 John of Ibelin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
This is a new critical edition of the legal treatise by John of Ibelin, count of Jaffa and Ascalon (died 1266).
John was a leading magnate in the Latin East, and his first-hand experience of the courts meant that he was well-placed to write authoritatively on his subject.
His work is in French and describes in detail the procedures of the High Court of the kingdom of Jerusalem, and the law as administered there.
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 British Academy News and Reports: British Academy Research Readerships, Senior Research Fellowships and Thank Offering ...
Professor John Bell will work on a study of the nature of legal cultures in Europe, a topic of major significance to European integration and the understanding of legal systems.
Professor David John Mattingly is currently directing a new programme of archaeological fieldwork on the Garamantian heartlands in Libya and, simultaneously, is working on a definitive publication of the results of earlier archaeological study of the Garamantes by Charles Daniels which produced dramatic evidence for their settlement and cemeteries.
John dealt with the law and custom as applied in the High Court of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, and his writings constitute a major source for our knowledge of the law, society and assumptions of the European community settled in the East.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Assizes of Jerusalem
Not even the names of these are all known, though two of them were the well-known John of Ibelin, who composed, before 1266, the "Livre des Assises de la Cour des Barons", and Philippe de Navarre, who, about the middle of the thirteenth century, compiled the "Livre de forme de plait en la Haute Cour."
There are nine treatises in the "Assizes of Jerusalem", and they concern themselves with two kinds of law: Feudal Law, to which the Upper Court of Barons was amenable; and Common Law which was applied to the court of Burgesses.
The celebrated "Livre de la Haute Cour" of Ibelin was adopted, after revision (1359), as the official code of the Court of Cyprus, which kingdom succeeded to the title and regulations of Jerusalem.
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 ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
John of Ibelin, Count of Jaffa, along with the King himself, distinguished themselves with their courage.
That same day she heard that the Italians were planning to abandon Damietta as the city was threatened with a shortage of food.
As a final irony, he was preceeded in death at Tunis by his son, John Tristan, the boy born at Damietta amid disaster.
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 Islam during the Crusades   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
He tried without success to attack the Frankish strongholds while the Crusader army was pinned down in Egypt.
This pulled John of Ibelin back to Palestine, but al-Muzzam was unable to capture anything.
In 1221, he began raising a new army to return to Egypt.
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 Medieval Sourcebook: The Crusade of Frederick II, 1228-29
He placed the King of Cyprus and the King of Salonika [Demetrius of Monterrat, titular king of Salonica] at the first place at another long table, together with the Marquis of Lancia [Manfred II, Marquis of Lancia, vicar-general of Lombardy] and the other barons of Germany and of the Kingdom.
The King [the infant Conrad IV, titular King of Jerusalem] and all the Cypriots, together with the Lord of Beirut, [John D'Ibelin] accompanied him.
Some of them ­ namely Sir John d'Ibelin, later Count of Jaffa, who was then a child, his sister, and other gentle-folk ­ fled in the midst of the winter.
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