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John of Brienne — (c. 1170 – 27 March, 1237) was a French nobleman who became King of Jerusalem by marriage, and was later invited to become Latin Emperor of Constantinople.He was the second son of Erard II, count of Brienne, in Champagne, and of Agnes de… … Wikipedia
John of Brienne — born с 1170 died March 1237, Constantinople Count of Brienne (in northeastern France) and later titular king of Jerusalem (1210–25) and Latin emperor of Constantinople (1231–37). The penniless younger son of a French count, he married the queen… … Universalium
John of Ibelin, the Old Lord of Beirut — John of Ibelin (c. 1179 ndash; 1236), called the Old Lord of Beirut, was a powerful crusader noble in the 13th century. He was the son of Balian, Lord of Nablus and Ibelin, and Maria Comnena, widow of Amalric I of Jerusalem. By 1198 he had become … Wikipedia
John I — may refer to:People* John Chrysostom (349–c. 407), Patriarch of Constantinople. * John of Antioch (died 441). * Pope John I, Pope from 523 to 526. * John I of Naples (died c. 719). * John I of Gaeta (died c. 933). * John I Tzimiskes (c. 925–976) … Wikipedia
John of Ibelin (jurist) — John of Ibelin (1215 ndash; December 1266), count of Jaffa and Ascalon, was a noted jurist and the author of the longest legal treatise from the Kingdom of Jerusalem. He was the son of Philip of Ibelin, bailli of the Kingdom of Cyprus, and Alice… … Wikipedia
John de Cheam — [Cheyam] was a 13th century English cleric who became Bishop of Glasgow. Before attaining Glasgow, he had previously been the archdeacon of Bath and a papal chaplain. In the summer of 1259, after the quashing of the election of Nicholas de Moffat … Wikipedia
John of Rupella — • Franciscan theologian, b. at La Rochelle (Rupella), towards the end of the twelfth century Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. John of Rupella John of Rupella … Catholic encyclopedia
john — /jon/, n. Slang. 1. a toilet or bathroom. 2. (sometimes cap.) a fellow; guy. 3. (sometimes cap.) a prostitute s customer. [generic use of the proper name] * * * I known as John Lackland born Dec. 24, 1167, Oxford, Eng. died Oct. 18/19, 1216,… … Universalium
John — /jon/, n. 1. the apostle John, believed to be the author of the fourth Gospel, three Epistles, and the book of Revelation. 2. See John the Baptist. 3. (John Lackland) 1167? 1216, king of England 1199 1216; signer of the Magna Carta 1215 (son of… … Universalium
John of Jerusalem — The name John of Jerusalem can refer to a number of people Monarchs * John of Brienne, King of Jerusalem (John I) * John II of Jerusalem, King of Cyprus (John I) and Jerusalem (John II) Religious leaders * Saint John the Baptist * John I, Bishop… … Wikipedia