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Princedom of Antioch


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House of Poitiers

1099–1111

Bohemond I (son of Robert Guiscard, duke of Apulia; captured Antioch 1098)

1111–1112

Tancred (sister's son; regent 1105–11)

1112–1119

Roger of Salerno (grandnephew of Robert Guiscard)

1119–1126

Baldwin II of Jerusalem

1126–1130

Bohemond II (son of Bohemond I)

1130–1163

Constance (daughter; deposed, died 1164?)

1136–1149

Raymond of Poitiers (son of William IX of Aquitaine; married Constance)

1153–1160

Reginald of Châtillon (second husband of Constance; deposed, died 1187)

1163–1201

Bohemond III, the Stammerer (son of Constance and Raymond of Poitiers)

1201–1216

Bohemond IV, the One-eyed (son; count of Tripoli 1187; deposed)

1216–1219

Raymond Rupen (nephew; deposed, died 1222)

1219–1233

Bohemond IV (restored)

1233–1252

Bohemond V (son)

1252–1275

Bohemond VI (son; Mamluk capture of Antioch 1268)

1275–1287

Bohemond VII (son)

1288–1289

Lucy (sister; deposed, Mamluk capture of remaining Christian strongholds)

Subjects: History.


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