Princess Isabella JERUSALEM
- Married (2): Abt May 1192, , , Palestine
Another name for Isabella was JERUSALEM Princess.
Princess of JERUSALEM
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1981, Micropaedia, Vol VI, p397, Lusignan:
"...Twoother sons of Hugh VIII became kings of Jerusalem and Cyprus...
"...Guy's brother Amalric II (Died 1 Apr 1205) succeeded to the crown of Cyprus and became king of Jerusalem in 1197 by marrying Sybil's sister Isabella after the death of hertwo previous husbands. Amalric was the founder of a dynasty of sovereigns of Cyprus...His descendants after 1269 regularly enjoyed the title of King of Jerusalem..."
A History of the Plantagenets, Vol I, The Conquering Family, Thomas B Costain, 1949, Doubleday & Co, p173:
"Mention has already been made of Conrad of Montferrat. This proud and difficult member of the crusading band had married Isabella, the second daughter of the last King of Jerusalem. Sibylla, the eigne daughter, had married Guy of Lusignan, and the latter had acted as king in her fight. But Sibylla died and Conrad promptly claimed the title because his wife survived."
Isabella married King Conrad Montferrat JERUSALEM.
Isabella also married King Henry Champagne JERUSALEM, I, son of Count Henry CHAMPAGNE and Princess Marie FRANCE, about May 1192 in , , Palestine.
Isabella also married King Amalric Lusignan JERUSALEM, II, son of Hugh De LUSIGNAN, VIII and Bourgogne De RANCON. (King Amalric Lusignan JERUSALEM, II died on 1 Apr 1205.)