Person:Hethum I, King of Armenia (1)

Hethum I _____, King of Armenia
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Facts and Events
Name Hethum I _____, King of Armenia
Gender Male
Birth? House of Hethumids
Marriage to Isabella _____, Queen of Armenia
Death[1] 1271
Reference Number? Q733854?

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Hethum I (Armenian: Հեթում Ա; 1213 – 21 October 1270) ruled the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia (also known as "Little Armenia") from 1226 to 1270. He was the son of Constantine of Baberon (d. 1263) and Princess Alix Pahlavouni of Lampron (a third-cousin of Leo I) and was the founder of the dynasty which bears his name: the Hetհumids. Having accepted the suzerainty of the Mongol Empire, Hethum himself traveled to the Mongol court in Karakorum, Mongolia, a famous account of which is given by Hethum's companion, the historian Kirakos Gandzaketsi, in his History of Armenia.

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  1. Hethum I, King of Armenia, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2.   HETHUM, son of KOSTANDIN Lord of Barbaron and Partzerpert [Armenia-Hethumid] & his second wife Alix of Lampron [Armenia-Hethumid] (1215-28 Oct 1270, bur Trazarg), in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.