Person:Catherine Cornaro (1)

Catherine Cornaro
b.25 Nov 1454
d.10 Jul 1510
m. Dec 1472
  1. Jacques III _____, King of Cyprus1473 - 1474
Facts and Events
Name Catherine Cornaro
Gender Female
Birth[1] 25 Nov 1454
Marriage Dec 1472 Famagusta, Cyprusto James II of Cyprus
Death[1] 10 Jul 1510
Reference Number? Q149192?

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Catherine Cornaro (25 November 1454 – 10 July 1510) was the last monarch of the Kingdom of Cyprus, also holding the titles of the Queen of Jerusalem and Armenia. She was queen consort of Cyprus by marriage to James II of Cyprus, regent of Cyprus during the minority of her son James III of Cyprus in 1473–1474, and finally queen regnant of Cyprus. She reigned from 26 August 1474 to 26 February 1489 and was declared a "Daughter of Saint Mark" in order that the Republic of Venice could claim control of Cyprus after the death of her husband, James II.

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