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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 made peace with Damascus and used the forces of Jerusalem to attack Ascalon; the Egyptians besieged Jaffa in 1256 in response.
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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.
Shortly thereafter, sometime between 1246 and the beginning of the Seventh Crusade, John became count of Jaffa and Ascalon and lord of Ramla.
Henry I died in 1253, and Louis IX left for France in 1254, leaving John as bailli of Jerusalem.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Kingdom of Jerusalem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
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.
Ibelin was a castle in the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem in the 12th century (at modern Yavne, 31.
The nobles of Outremer, led by the regent John of Ibelin, resented his attempts to impose Imperial authority over their kingdom, resulting in a number of military confrontations both on the mainland and on Cyprus.
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The double County of Jaffa and Ascalon was one of the four major seigneuries comprising the major crusader state, the Kingdom of Jerusalem, according to 13th-century commentator John of Ibelin (jurist).
In 1221 it was given to Walter IV of Brienne by his uncle the king-consort John of Brienne, Walter being married to a granddaughter of the late king-consort Amalric II, who had held the county as successor of his brother king-consort Guy.
It was bestowed anew upon John Perez Fabrice by James II of Cyprus and Jerusalem.
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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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According to the 13th century jurist John of Ibelin the four highest barons in the Kingdom were the Count of Jaffa and Ascalon, the Prince of Galilee, the Lord of Sidon, and the Lord of Oultrejordain.
Lord Balian of Ibelin maried Maria Comnena, widow of King Amalric I, and the Ibelins became the most powerful noble family of the kingdom, later ruling over Beirut.
Toron Ahmud remained in the Lordship of Beirut until John of Ibelin sold it to the Teutonic Knights in 1261.
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In the 13th century the bailiff ruled essentially as a king himself, and was the most powerful man in the kingdom, as the kings were usually foreign monarchs who did not live permanently in the kingdom.
Hugh of Montbéliard (1228-1240) (with Balian of Ibelin, 1229-1239, and Walter Penenpié, 1240)
John of Ibelin (1254-1256; the jurist, not the same as the above)
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For the University of Pittsburgh School of Law's legal news and research website, see JURIST.' A 'jurist' is a professional who studies, develops, applies or otherwise deals with the law.
:'For other people with this name, see John of Ibelin.' '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.
'Qasim Amin' (1863-1908) was an Egyptian jurist, one of the founders of the Egyptian National Movement and Cairo University.
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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.
His son John of Ibelin was Lord of Beirut and constable of Jerusalem.
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The order of Red Knights of St John of Jerusalem was founded in 1070 as a charitable institution: Hospice of St John the Almoner of Jerusalem, with the aim of treating the wounded and ill soldiers and pilgrims, hence the name Hospitalers.
Humphrey of Toron, Aimery the constable, Hugo of Ibelin
Hugo of Ibelin was Hugo le Bel de Ibelin as described in the letter from the East to the Master of the Hospitalers 1187.
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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.
In the mid-1230s, Frederick's viceroy was forced to leave Acre, the capital, and in 1244, Jerusalem itself was lost again to a new Muslim offensive.
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John and Jane Smith are a couple who have been married for 6 years and things appear to be normal.
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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.
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The crusade ended in a truce in Frederick's coronation as King of Jerusalem on March 18, 1229 — supposing was technically improper, as Frederick's wife Yolande, the heiress, had died in the meantime, leaving their unfledged son Conrad as precise heir to the kingdom.
Frederick's other attempts to dictum bygone the Kingdom of Jerusalem were met by resistance on the chip of the barons, led by John of Ibelin, Lord of Beirut.
In February 1249 Frederick fired advisor prime minister, the eminent jurist poet Pier delle Vigne on kickbacks of speculation embezzlement.
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He hereafter embarked on the crusade the following year of achievement (1228), which was casted on by the Pope as a provocation, since the amen corner could not take member in the honor of the crusade, harvesting in a binary excommunication.
The crusade ended in a truce & in Frederick's coronation as King of Jerusalem on March 18, 1229 — even supposing that was technically improper, as Frederick's wife Yolande, the heiress, had died in the meantime, leaving their juvenile son Conrad as opportune heir to the kingdom.
Frederick's in addition attempts to preparation the Kingdom of Jerusalem were met by resistance on the member of the barons, led by John of Ibelin, Lord of Beirut.
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The crusade ended in a truce and in Frederick's coronation as King of Jerusalem on March 18, 1229 — supposing was technically improper, as Frederick's wife Yolande, the heiress, had died in the meantime, leaving their youthful son Conrad as kosher heir to the kingdom.
Frederick's attempts to brocard fulfilled the Kingdom of Jerusalem were met by resistance on the sliver of the barons, led by John of Ibelin, Lord of Beirut.
In February 1249 Frederick fired their advisor and prime minister, the honored jurist and poet Pier delle Vigne on protections of speculation and embezzlement.
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He sometime embarked on the crusade the following year of achievement (1228), which was squinted on by the Pope as a provocation, since the synagogue could not take whatever property in the honor of the crusade, backwashing in a beyond excommunication.
The crusade ended in a truce und in Frederick's coronation as King of Jerusalem on March 18, 1229 — much as that was technically improper, as Frederick's wife Yolande, the heiress, had died in the meantime, leaving their puerile son Conrad as proper heir to the kingdom.
Frederick's yon attempts to formula terminated with the Kingdom of Jerusalem were met by resistance on the property of the barons, led by John of Ibelin, Lord of Beirut.
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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.
Constance of Sicily (daughter of Roger II of Sicily and Beatrice of Rethel)
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Jaffa was captured during the Crusades, and became the County of Jaffa and Ascalon, one of the vassals of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
One of its counts, John of Ibelin, wrote the principal book of the Assizes of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
During the period of the Crusades, the Jewish traveller Benjamin of Tudela (1170) sojourned at Jaffa, and found there just one Jew, a dyer by trade.
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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.
William of Tyre, A History of Deeds Done Beyond the Sea.
Mayer, "Carving Up Crusaders: The Early Ibelins and Ramlas", in Outremer: Studies in the history of the Crusading Kingdom of Jerusalem presented to Joshua Prawer.
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