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  Hugh of Ibelin Information
Hugh was the eldest son of Barisan of Ibelin and Helvis of Ramla.
He was old enough to witness charters in 1148, as was his younger brother Baldwin of Ibelin, which suggests he was born c.
Another Hugh of Ibelin was the son of John of Ibelin, the Old Lord of Beirut, and the grand-nephew of this Hugh.
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 Ibelin Information
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.
John, lord of Arsuf, constable of Jerusalem, married Alice of Cayphas
Balian of Ibelin, seneschal of Cyprus, married Alice of Lampron (Armenia)
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 John of Ibelin, the Old Lord of Beirut - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 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.
1211-1258), lord of Arsuf and constable of Jerusalem.
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 John of Ibelin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 (died 1264), lord of Beirut, often called John II to distinguish him from his grandfather.
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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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Kingdom of Jerusalem
In the 13th century, John of Ibelin drew up a list of fiefs and the number of knights owed by each; unfortunately this probably reflects the 13th-century kingdom, not the 12th, and gives no indication of the non-noble, non-Latin population.
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.
Ibelin was a castle in the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem in the 12th century (at modern Yavne, 31.
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 World History
John's efforts had been very costly, and measures such as the tax of a 13th in 1207 (which raised about £60,000) were highly unpopular.
John obeyed the Emperor's summons to meet him in Cyprus but despite intimidation refused to surrender his lordship of Beirut and insisted that his case be brought before the High Court of barons.
John was able to conduct highly successful expeditions to Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, and it was not until 1212 that a plot, involving Robert Fitzwalter and Eustace de Vesci, was first hatched against the king.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem
As the common property of Christendom it retained its international character to the end, although the French element predominated among the feudal lords and the government officials, and the Italians acquired the economic preponderance in the cities.
In 1459 Charlotte, daughter of John III, King of Cyprus, married Louis of Savoy, Count of Geneva, and in 1485 ceded her rights to Jerusalem to her nephew Charles of Savoy; hence, from that time up to 1870, the title of King of Jerusalem was borne by the princes of the House of Savoy.
Renaud de Châtillon, who became Lord of Montréal in 1174, himself waged war against the Moslems, whom he terrified by his cruise in the Red Sea, and his individual policy was counter to that of King Baldwin VI, who was powerless to prevent him from waging war against Saladin.
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 Crusader Sites in Syria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Reconquered by Crusaders and King Aimery (of Jerusalem) grants it as a fief to his brother-in-law, John I of Ibelin.
He is called the Old Lord of Beirut.
John II, grandson of John I, rules Beirut.
users.stlcc.edu /mfuller/beirut.html   (269 words)

  
 The Crusades
In May of 1212 a 12 year old uneducated shepherd called Stephen of Cloyes appeared at the court of King Philip of France.
The barons of Palestine lead by Jean d'Ibelin, Lord of Beirut refused to allow the takeover of the Island of Cyprus.
Meanwhile, Count Thibaud IV of Champagne was losing in Syria and the Duke of Burgundy along with Richard of Cornwall (the king's brother) who were to recover Ascalon, signed a truce with Egypt.
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 The Episcopal Diocese Of Jerusalem - Diocesan News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to bring good news to the poor, to heal the broken-hearted, to proclaim release to the captives, recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free, and to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.” Luke 4:18
Each church had their own form of service, yet the Lord's Prayer, the Litany for Peace, and St. Francis’ Prayer for Peace were always said together.
In the words of St. John: "In Jesus was life and the life was the light of men.
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 Medieval Sourcebook: John of Ibelin: Account of a Plea, 1198
You neither ought to nor can do this thing, neither by assize [a reference surely to the Assise sur la ligece, as elsewhere in John's treatise, or perhaps to Baldwin's Assise on Confiscation.] nor by custom of this kingdom, so that I want my rights in your court.
And as much as I offer to do this in your court, you ought not to exile me from your kingdom without esgart and verdict of your court.
Therefore I require and adjure you as my lord that you should not exile me from your kingdom, after what I have offered in your court, and that you do me right in your court as your man, and judge me by the esgart of my peers'.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/source/1198ibelin.html   (360 words)

  
 1236 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
May 6 - Roger of Wendover, Benedictine monk and chronicler.
John of Ibelin, the Old Lord of Beirut (born c.
Aragon - James I King of Aragon and count of Barcelona (reigned from 1213 to 1276)
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