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  1. Isabella II (1212 25 April 1228), also known as Yolande of Brienne , was a princess of French origin who became monarch of Jerusalem.

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  3. Isabella II of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

    Isabella II (1212 – 4 May 1228), also known as Yolande of Brienne, was a princess of French origin, the daughter of Maria, the queen-regnant of Jerusalem, and her husband, John of Brienne. She was reigning Queen of Jerusalem from 1212 until her death in 1228. By marriage to Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, Isabella also became Holy Roman ...

  4. Isabella II | Queen of Jerusalem, Crusader ... - Britannica

    Isabella II, original name Yolande de Brienne, (born 1212—died May 1, 1228, Palermo, kingdom of Sicily), queen of the Latin kingdom of Jerusalem (1212–28) and consort of the Holy Roman emperor Frederick II. The daughter of John of Brienne and Mary (Marie) of Montferrat, Isabella inherited the throne on her mother’s death in 1212, but her ...

  5. Isabella I of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

    Isabella I (1172 – 5 April 1205) was reigning Queen of Jerusalem from 1190 to her death in 1205. She was the daughter of Amalric I of Jerusalem and his second wife Maria Comnena, a Byzantine princess. Her half-brother, Baldwin IV of Jerusalem, engaged her to Humphrey IV of Toron.

  6. Kingdom of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

    The Kingdom of Jerusalem, also known as the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, was a Crusader state that was established in the Levant immediately after the First Crusade. It lasted for almost two hundred years, from the accession of Godfrey of Bouillon in 1099 until the siege of Acre in 1291.

  7. Isabella I | Queen of Cyprus, Regent of Jerusalem | Britannica

    Isabella I, byname Isabella of Anjou, French Isabelle d’Anjou, (born 1172—died 1205), queen of Jerusalem (1192–1205).. Daughter of Almaric I of Jerusalem and Maria Comnena, she succeeded to the throne of Jerusalem after the death of her sister, Sibyl (Sibylle), in 1190 and the deposition of Sibyl’s husband and consort in 1192.

  8. Burial sites of European monarchs and consorts - Wikipedia

    Albania Kingdom from 1928 until 1943 (1939–1943 in personal union with Italy) Austria Empire under the Habsburg monarchy from 1804 until 1918. All emperors, with the exception of Charles I, were buried in the Imperial Crypt (Kaisergruft), at the Capuchin Church, in Vienna.

  9. Pious Belligerence: Dialogical Warfare and the Rhetoric of ...

    The queen of Jerusalem whom Shachar—again following Runciman—names as Yolanda (pp. 18, 24) named herself Isabella in her charters, and modern crusade scholars normally refer to her as Isabel or Isabella II of Jerusalem.

  10. Isabella I Blois, queen of Jerusalem & Cyprus -

    She was the daughter of Amalric I of Jerusalem and his second wife Maria Comnena, half-sister of Baldwin IV of Jerusalem and Sibylla of Jerusalem, aunt of Baldwin V, a grandniece of Byzantine emperor Manuel I Comnenus, who had received the town and territory of Nablus as a dower from her husband the king.

  11. Reconquista, in medieval Spain and Portugal, a series of campaigns by Christian states to recapture territory from the Muslims (Moors), who had occupied most of the Iberian Peninsula in the early 8th century. Learn more about the history and significance of the Reconquista in this article.

  12. Isabella II of Jerusalem | Historica Wiki | Fandom

    Isabella II of Jerusalem (1212-25 April 1228) was Queen of Jerusalem from 1212 to 25 April 1228, succeeding John of Brienne and preceding Conrad IV of Germany/Alice of Champagne. Isabella was born in 1212, daughter of John of Brienne and Maria of Montferrat, in Andria, Sicily. Her mother died of puerperal fever shortly after Isabella's birth, and she became Queen of Jerusalem at only a few ...