Person:Agnes of Courtenay (1)

Agnes _____, of Courtenay
b.Abt 1136
d.Abt 1184
  1. Sibylla of JerusalemAbt 1160 - 1190
  2. Baldwin IV of Jerusalem1161 - 1185
  • HHugh _____, of IbelinAbt 1130 & 1133 - Bet 1169 & 1171
  • WAgnes _____, of CourtenayAbt 1136 - Abt 1184
  • HReginald of SidonEst 1135 - 1202
  • WAgnes _____, of CourtenayAbt 1136 - Abt 1184
Facts and Events
Name Agnes _____, of Courtenay
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 1136
Marriage to Amalric I _____, of Jerusalem
Marriage to Hugh _____, of Ibelin
Marriage to Reginald of Sidon
Death[1] Abt 1184
Reference Number? Q241228?

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Agnes of Courtenay ( – ) was a Frankish noblewoman from the Crusader states. Agnes's parents, Joscelin II of Edessa and Beatrice of Saone, lost the County of Edessa in 1150. As the widow of Reynald of Marash, Agnes married Count Amalric of Jaffa and Ascalon, younger son of Queen Melisende. When he unexpectedly inherited the crown in 1163, the High Court of Jerusalem refused to accept Agnes as queen and insisted that Amalric repudiate her in return for their recognition of his succession. Agnes retained the title of countess and married twice more. She gained influence after Amalric died and their son, Baldwin IV, became king.

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