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  • Maria Komnene, Queen of Jerusalem (c.1154 - 1217)
    Maria Komnene or Comnena (Greek: Μαρία Κομνηνή, Maria Komnēnē), (c. 1154 – 1208/1217), was the second wife of King Amalric I of Jerusalem and mother of Queen Isabella of Jerusalem. She was the daughter...
  • Amoz . (deceased)
    Isaiah 1:1. Talmudic references:* Nedarim 38a - His wealth.* Succah 52b - Amos as one of the 8 "Princes" - Adam, Yishai, Shaul, Samuel, Amos, Tzefaniah, Tzidkiyahu/Chizkiyahu, Messiah, Eliyahu.* Megill...
  • Zedekiah Crown Prince . (-598 - bef.-597)
    Jer 22:30 had married Princess Tamar 19, who became Queen Tamar 19. Together, they had one son, Crown Prince Zedekiah 20 died at a very young and premature age. The official royal line of King Solomon ...
  • Esthra ., the Jewish Princess (deceased)
    d) Pedaiah (Phadaia), father of Esthra (daughter), 3rd wife of Zerubabel [her cousin]=3(536) Esthra, a Jewish princess [his cousin], daughter of Pedaiah, his father's brother [maybe this is the source ...
  • Amariah . (deceased)
    Book of Zephaniah 1:1.


The Families of Outremer: The Feudal Nobility of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1099-1291

A project to include profiles of the leading families of Outremer during the years 1099 through the evacuation to Cypress. An additional list of soldiers or others mentioned during research is included under "Others living in the Kingdom of Jerusalem."

Nobles without profiles

Jacques d’Avesnes d. ca 1187 (a scion of the house of Avesnes), was buried by order of Richard the Lionhearted in a full requiem service held in the Church of St. Mary in Arsur.

Johannes d’Arsur, Lord of Arsur

Melisende d'Arsur, Lady of Arsur, his wife


"Tancred d' Hauteville" Prince of Gallilee" supposed nephew Bohemond I and son of Marcisus") because his parentage has never been proven, I am listing him here); he also has a brother:

William of Marchisus

Richard of Principati;

Arnulfo of Principati ;

Peter the Hermit;

Robert of Anse;

Herman of Cannae;

Robert of Surda Valley;

Robert, son of Tostannus;

Hunfred, son of Raoul;

Hunfred of Mt. Seaglioso;

Raymond D 'Aguilliers;

Adhemar of Le Puy;

Walter the Penniless;

Hugh the Great;

Everard of Puiset;

Achard of Montmerle;

Ysooard of Mousson;


Others living in the Kingdom of Jerusalem

William of Tyre

Capital Jerusalem (1099–1187) Tyre (1187–1191) Acre (1191–1229) Jerusalem (1229–1244) Acre (1244–1291) Languages Latin, Old French, Italian (also Arabic and Greek) Religion Roman Catholicism (official), Greek Orthodoxy, Syrian Orthodoxy, Islam, Judaism Government Feudal monarchy King of Jerusalem

- 	1100–1118	Baldwin I
- 	1118–1131	Baldwin II
- 	1131–1152	Melisende - with Fulk 1131–1143
- 	1143-1152-1162	Baldwin III
- 	1162–1174	Amalric I
- 	1174–1185	Baldwin IV
- 	1185-1186	Baldwin V
- 	1186–1192	Guy I
- 	1192	Conrad I Legislature	Haute Cour Historical era	High Middle Ages
- 	First Crusade	15 July 1099
- 	Second Crusade	1145
- 	Siege of Jerusalem	1187
- 	Third Crusade	1189
- 	Treaty of Ramla	1191
- 	Capture of Acre	18 May 1291 Today part of	 Egypt
State of Palestine