Person:Maria of Antioch (pretender) (1)

Maria _____, of Antioch
d.Aft 10 Dec 1307
  1. Maria _____, of Antioch - Aft 1307
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Name Maria _____, of Antioch
Gender Female
Death[1] Aft 10 Dec 1307
Reference Number? Q461235?

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Maria of Antioch ( 1220 – 1307) was a claimant to the throne of the Kingdom of Jerusalem from 1268 to 1277. In 1267 she laid claim to govern the kingdom as regent in the name of the absentee King Conrad III. Her legal case was solid, resting on the proximity of blood to the king, but she was rejected by the High Court of Jerusalem in favor of Hugh III of Cyprus. When Conrad died in 1268, she demanded to be crowned as his successor. Spurned yet again for Hugh, she moved to Europe and eventually sold her claim to Charles I of Anjou.

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