Person:Henry I of Cyprus (1)

Henry I of Cyprus
b.3 May 1217
d.18 Jan 1253 Nicosia, Cyprus
  1. Marie de LusignanBef 1215 - 1251
  2. Isabella of AntiochAbt 1216 - 1264
  3. Henry I of Cyprus1217 - 1253
  1. Hugh II of CyprusTo 1253 - 1267
Facts and Events
Name Henry I of Cyprus
Gender Male
Birth[1] 3 May 1217
Marriage to Plaisance of Antioch
Marriage to Alix of Montferrat
Marriage to Stephanie of Armenia
Death[1] 18 Jan 1253 Nicosia, Cyprus
Reference Number? Q506087?

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Henry I of Cyprus, nicknamed the Fat (; 3 May 1217 – 18 January 1253 at Nicosia) was King of Cyprus from 1218 to 1253. He was the son of Hugh I of Cyprus and Alice of Champagne. When his father Hugh I died on January 10, 1218, the 8-month-old Henry became king. His mother was the official regent, but handed off the actual governing to her uncle, Philip of Ibelin. When Philip died, the effective regency passed to his brother, John of Ibelin, the Old Lord of Beirut.

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