Person:Amalric, Prince of Tyre (1)

Amalric _____, Prince of Tyre
b.Est 1272
d.5 Jun 1310 Nicosia, Cyprus
  1. John II of Jerusalem1259 - 1285
  2. Henry II of Jerusalem1271 - 1324
  3. Amalric _____, Prince of TyreEst 1272 - 1310
  4. Marie de Lusignan, [Princess of Cyprus]1273 - 1319
  5. Margaret of Lusignan1276 - 1296
  6. Guy of Lusignan - 1303
  1. Agnes of LusignanAbt 1293 - 1309
Facts and Events
Name Amalric _____, Prince of Tyre
Gender Male
Birth[1] Est 1272
Marriage to Isabella of Armenia, Princess of Tyre
Death[1] 5 Jun 1310 Nicosia, Cyprus
Reference Number? Q453370?

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Amalric, Lord of Tyre, also called Amalric of Lusignan or Amaury de Lusignan (c. 1272 – June 5, 1310, in Nicosia) was a prince and statesman of the House of Lusignan, a younger son of King Hugh III of Cyprus and Isabella of the House of Ibelin. He was given the title of Lord of Tyre in 1291, shortly before the city of Tyre fell to the Mamluks of Egypt. He is often but incorrectly called the Prince of Tyre.

In April 1306, with the support of the barons, Amalric forced his brother Henry II to ceded authority to him. He thereafter governed Cyprus as "rector, governor and administrator", effectively regent, until his assassination.

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