Person:Raymond-Roupen Unknown (1)

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Raymond-Roupen _____
b.1199
d.Bet 1219 and 1222
  1. Raymond-Roupen _____1199 - Bet 1219 & 1222
  1. Maria of Antioch-Armenia1215 - 1257
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Name Raymond-Roupen _____
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1199
Death[1] Bet 1219 and 1222
Reference Number? Q888113?


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Raymond-Roupen (also Raymond-Rupen and Ruben-Raymond; 1198 – 1219 or 1221/1222) was a member of the House of Poitiers who claimed the thrones of the Principality of Antioch and Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia. His succession in Antioch was prevented by his paternal uncle Bohemond IV, but his maternal granduncle Leo I of Cilicia recognized him as heir presumptive to Cilicia and pressed his claim to Antioch. In 1211 Raymond-Roupen was crowned junior king of Cilicia, and was finally installed as Prince of Antioch in 1216. The War of the Antiochene Succession ended with Leo's death in 1219, shortly before Raymond-Roupen was ousted from Antioch. He then pursued his claim to Cilicia, which Leo had unexpectedly willed to his daughter Isabella on his deathbed, but was defeated and imprisoned until death.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Raymond-Roupen, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.