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  • Adam II. (Bethsan) — Adam II. (* um 1107[1]; † vor 1161) war Herr von Bethsan im Königreich Jerusalem. Er war der Sohn und Nachfolger des Adam I. von Bethsan aus dem französischen Adelsgeschlecht Béthune.[2] Bethsan gehörte ab 1101 zur Krondomäne des Königs von… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • 1291 — Year 1291 (MCCXCI) was a common year starting on Monday Calendar Portugal 1291 (Julian calendar), Time and Date AS / Steffen Thorsen, 2008, webpage: [ country=15 TimeandDate calendar 1291… …   Wikipedia

  • Joscelin III of Edessa — (died 1190s) was the titular Count of Edessa 1159 ndash; after 1190. He was the son of Joscelin II of Edessa and his wife Beatrice. He inherited the title of Count of Edessa from his father, Joscelin II, although Edessa had been captured in 1144… …   Wikipedia

  • Gerard de Ridefort — Gerard of Ridefort (died October 1, 1189) was Grand Master of the Knights Templar from the end of 1184 until his death in 1189. Gerard of Ridefort is thought probably to have been of Flemish origin, although some nineteenth century writers… …   Wikipedia

  • Agnes of Courtenay — (c. 1136 ndash; c. 1184) was the daughter of Joscelin II of Courtenay by his wife Beatrice (widow of William, Lord of Saone), and the mother of king Baldwin IV of Jerusalem and queen Sibylla of Jerusalem.DynastyThe Courtenay family ruled the… …   Wikipedia

  • Assizes of Jerusalem — Coat of arms of the kingdom of Jerusalem. The Assizes of Jerusalem are a collection of numerous medieval legal treatises containing the law of the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem and Kingdom of Cyprus. They were compiled in the thirteenth century,… …   Wikipedia

  • Reginald of Sidon — Reginald Grenier (1130s ndash; 1202; also Reynald or Renaud) was Lord of Sidon and an important noble in the late 12th century crusade Kingdom of Jerusalem. Rise to fameReginald was the son of Gerard of Sidon and Agnes of Bures, and a great… …   Wikipedia

  • Clan MacFarlane — A Victorian era, romanticised depiction of a member of the clan by R. R. McIan, from The Clans of the Scottish Highlands, published in 1845. Clan MacFarlane (Scots Gaelic: Clann Mhic Pharthalain) is a Highland Scottish clan. The clan claims a… …   Wikipedia

  • Clan Logan — Crest badge suitable for members of Clan Logan. Clan Logan is a both a Highland and Lowland Scottish clan. The clan does not have a Chief recognised by Lord Lyon King of Arms, and therefore can be considered an Armigerous clan …   Wikipedia

  • Gerard Grenier — ( fr. Geraud/Gérard Grenier; died between 1165 and 1171) was the eldest son of Eustace Grenier and Emelota. He succeeded his father as Lord of Sidon while Walter succeeded in Caesarea. His mother Emelota remarried Hugh II of Le Puiset, a cousin… …   Wikipedia

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